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November 15, 2013

Russia | Asia

Quality English expands missions to Russia

The PIE (Professionals in International Education) News reports on a recent successful mission to Russia by a marketing association for independent English language schools.

English language schools from Europe and North America met over 30 Russian agents at the Quality English mission in Moscow last month.

Quality English is a marketing association for independent English language schools that conform to universal high standards. Ten schools from the UK, four from Ireland and one each from the USA and Canada attended the workshop.

Representatives from the British Council and the Irish Embassy in Russia were also on hand to provide support and advice while the Association of Russian Education Advisors (AREA) shared market insights.

One of the mission’s sponsors Isobel Clarke from the Wimbledon School of English said the event facilitated interaction with quality agents.

“I really found it very useful to sponsor the event, as after the [Wimbledon School] presentation a lot of agents came to see me as they liked the look of the school,” she said. “I feel I got to speak with people that I wouldn’t have necessarily met had it not been for the presentation.”

Read the full article from The PIE News.

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