Wimbledon School of English opens its first overseas language centre in Vientiane, Laos
Wimbledon School of English is delighted to announce the opening of a language centre in Vientiane, Laos, in partnership with the prestigious Panyathip International School, the British International School in Laos. WSE Vientiane is the first British English language centre to open in Vientiane.
The agreement between WSE and Panyathip was signed on Friday 24th August 2018 by Jane Dancaster, Managing Director of WSE, and Ms Pathana Panyathip, Founder and Director of Panyathip International School. The signing was witnessed by the Right Honourable Mark Field MP, Minister of State for Asia and the Pacific, and His Excellency the Ambassador to Laos, Mr Hugh Evans.
WSE Vientiane will provide IELTS and English for Academic Purposes courses to students from Panyathip International School and also from the local area, including those intending to join the University of Nottingham’s Foundation Programme which is also delivered in partnership with Panyathip. The centre will also provide general English and business and professional courses to the local clientele.
WSE’s Managing Director, Jane Dancaster, said
“We are delighted to be the first British English language centre to open in Laos and have the opportunity to work with such an inspiring educational practitioner as Ms Pathana Panyathip. As one of the leading international schools in Laos, Panyathip International School is the perfect partner for WSE. We share the same educational values and commitment to quality in everything we do and we are looking forward to working together to ensure that we provide top quality courses and associated services.”
Best wishes from Laos
L-R: Ms Pathana Panyathip, Founder and Director of Panyathip International School;Minister of State for Asia & the Pacific, the Right Hon Mark Field; Managing Director of Wimbledon School of English, Jane Dancaster; British Ambassador to Laos, Hugh Evans.