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ESE Receives International Award

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ESE Receives International Award

Congratulations! ESE has once again proven itself to be one of Malta’s quality schools!

European School of English YEDAB


ESE has received the award from the YEDAB – Yurt dışı Eğitim Danışmanları Derneği (Association of Study Abroad Counsellors) and Eurasia Workshops in Istanbul, Turkey. This was an award for Best Support during the Pandemic, for handling the COVID-19 crisis best so far. The criteria were as follows:

1- The school’s treatment of students during the pandemic whilst assisting their return to their home countries,

2- Close cooperation with their agents, both financially and morally,

3- Creating new online methods of teaching to support the students and agents,

4- Those who managed to reopen quickly by adapting to measures given by the government and enabling agents’ new enrolments,

5- The organisations who took an initiative and carried on promoting their services or created alternate programmes,

6- The clear coordination between agents and students and regular updates.

European School of English Turkish YEDAB Award

About YEDAB:

YEDAB was established in 2013 and is Turkey’s largest association of study abroad counsellors. The agencies who work with this association have over 20 years of experience in the International Education sector. This is important to produce new ideas and a stronger reputation in the industry, and the organisation must create a common framework of standards for improving the quality of work in this sector. The association offers standards that students can rely on when meeting educational consultants and simultaneously offer the same qualities from their agencies.


For a full list of ESE’s accreditations click here.

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