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November 04, 2013


Embassy English launches student focused website

embassy-english-website.jpgThe PIE (Professionals in International Education) News reports on a new student-oriented website for language provider Embassy English.

International English language provider Embassy English has redesigned its website – accessible via desktop and mobile platforms– with a strong student focus allowing for a more colourful insight into Embassy English’s schools, facilities and overall study experience, all of which will be translated into multiples languages in the coming weeks.

The website will showcase schools across the UK, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, course packages as well as student life covering everything from visas to what happens inside the classroom.

“The new look reflects the Embassy English values of high quality in education and excellent facilities, with an emphasis on extensive location photography, recommendations from students, and clear, easy-to-read information on Embassy’s 18 study centres,” Ilse Marshall Web Strategist at Embassy English told The PIE News.

The new design also has punchy slogans against scenic location shots on an easy to scroll slideshow advertising everything from business communication to studying in Australia, on the landing home page.

Read the full post on The PIE News.

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