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Wall Street Institute - School of English reopens in Al-Khobar

AL-KHOBAR - Ansam for Language Teaching & Training Co. Ltd. (master-franchise holder of the Wall Street Institute - School of English in Saudi Arabia), officially reopened its branch in Al-Khobar in its new location north to Al-Rashid Mall last May 18.
The reopening ceremony was attended by a number of prominent figures in both the public and the private sectors.
Eng. Sahal S. Hefzi, president and CEO of the company, delivered the welcoming speech, followed by a presentation of the unique advantages of the Wall Street Institute - School of English system.
It highlighted the advantages of the technique that the company has adopted and improved throughout the years in helping hundreds of thousands of learners overcome their English language acquisition challenges in non-English language speaking environments.
Wall Street Institute - School of English is a vast network of more than 400 pioneer English-language teaching centers in 27 countries around the globe.
With its unique Blended Sequence communicative approach, the company has constantly developed unique solutions for adult learners and corporations in reaching their language objectives effectively using the combination of technology and the human experience in their delivery in a fine ambience of small classroom setups not exceeding 4 learners with a native English language-teaching expert.
The recent study that was carried on the courses and curricula of the Wall Street Institute System by the prestigious University of Cambridge - ESOL Department has proven the great alignment between the curricula of Wall Street Institute didactic materials with the well-known Common European Framework Reference (CEFR) - the most accredited English language teaching curricula development body in Europe and the World.
“With an existing 9 centers for male and female in Saudi Arabia (among which 3 are sub-franchised), the goal of Ansam Co. is to reach 22 centers (for both genders) in Makkah Al-Mukarramah, Al-Qasim, Hail, Al-Baha, Ajjubail, Tabuk, and Yanbu,” Hefzi added. – SG
 
   
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