Beijing Municipal UNESCO Clubs Association visits ELS KL


In the effort of promoting Malaysia as a centre of education excellence in the Asian region, Embassy of Malaysia in Beijing together with the Beijing Municipal UNESCO Clubs Association organized a group of 38 students from Hebei to visit Malaysia. Hebei Province, which is located north of the Yellow River and to the east of the Taihang Mountains, is home to more than 50 ethnic groups such as Han Hui and Manche.

The objective of this visit is for them to realize that Malaysia is proud to be the choice as a study destination that offers quality international education at affordable cost. Besides the affordable education cost, Malaysia is an ideal gateway to develop his or her Asia-Pacific network and relationships as well as to learn from Malaysia’s great diversity, rapid economic development and people living in peace and harmony.

ELS Language Centres, Malaysia and Mayflower Sdn Bhd played hosts to this group of Senior Middle II students and teachers. From January 23rd to the 25th, this group of students experienced English learning at ELS Language Centres, Kuala Lumpur. They were really bright and sporting students with lots of enthusiasm to learn.

They attended the Certified Intensive English Programme which is comprised of: Structure and Speaking Practice, Reading and Writing, Skills Enhancement and multimedia lessons in the Language Technology Centre for 2 days.

This intensive English programme is ideal for university-bound students, professionals with a limited time of study and serious students who want to learn English quickly. Its certificate is accepted by many universities and colleges worldwide in place of TOEFL/IELTS for entry requirements.

This full-time course is structured to accelerate learning with maximum time spent in ELS. For 30 hours of intensive English classes a week, it enables you to reach your academic and career goals in the shortest time possible.

At the end of the 2-day Certified Intensive English Programme, they fell in love with English. From comments such as ‘Learning English is fun’ and ‘ELS has experienced and friendly teachers’, it’s easy to see that the students enjoyed the English learning experience with ELS.

In the graduation ceremony that we organized for them, some of the students expressed, ‘Malaysia is a beautiful and modern country, Studying in Malaysia is so different, Malaysians are so unique.’ Such visits from International students will only help to promote Malaysia as a world leader of English education in particular, and higher educational opportunities in general.

– James Marcynuik, ELS KL