A new and exclusive Direct English Master Franchisee partner for Kazakhstan has been announced today by the UK-based Linguaphone Group. This exciting English language training partnership, will see Direct English open their first Direct English training center in Nur-Sultan next month. They will then look to develop a nationwide presence with the global brand.
Direct English to arrive in Kazakhstan
The flagship Direct English training center in Nur-Sultan will offer first-class English language training to companies and individuals alike, using a language training system which has already helped hundreds of thousands of students develop confidence and proficiency in the English language. Direct English Kazakhstan will be run by Mr Yerbol Bolat, an entrepreneur who is already running a successful study abroad business in the country, as well as in Mongolia. In the coming year, Direct English Kazakhstan plans to open two Direct English training centers in Nur-Sultan and one in Almaty.
Linguaphone Group are the owners of the Direct English brand, with over 110 years of experience in the language training market. They already have a strong presence in over 40 countries worldwide with their education programs, Direct English and Pingu’s English.
Now students in Kazakhstan will be able to enrol in the popular nine-level English language training system – which features over 85 learning hours per level, and a brand-new integrated online learning platform. Direct English is benchmarked against the Common European Framework, and enables Direct English students to take a range of English language tests in Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
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