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March 08, 2019 Friday 10:15:42 AM IST
Quality English network expands

Quality English has added two schools to its portfolio of independent English language schools to carry the QE licence, which will join the organisation’s missions and events in 2019. Established in 1976, English in Chester is the only British Council accredited full-time, year-round English language training centre in Chester. 

Converse International School of Languages (CISL) offers adult courses in San Diego and San Francisco and provides junior programmes across the US, while English in Chester is the only British Council accredited full-time, year-round English language training centre in the British city.

Both schools have excellent reputations and a history of offering high-quality courses. These additions bring the number of QE’s schools up to 74 across nine countries. It currently has 42 schools in the UK and nine schools in the US, as well as nine ‘associate schools’, which offer English language courses in non-English speaking countries.

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