Young learners English summer school in London, Stacy’s story

Last summer, Stacy from Russia went to St. Mary’s College to study English with LAL, our partner educator. She attended the Classic Summer School and came back very happy, with lots of stories to tell. Stacy was particularly impressed with three important things… check out her video testimonial below to find out what! READ MORE

English Attack! partners with Prodirekt for language learning innovation across Southeast Europe

Media and education group PRODIREKT, with its Verbalists Language Network, will be responsible for rolling out innovative online entertainment-based approach to English-language learners in seven markets.

Paris, France – June 6, 2012 – Entertainment Learning, the European leading education-via-entertainment company, announced its partnership with PRODIREKT LLC (www.prodirektgroup.com) today for the launch of its flagship language learning service, English Attack!, (www.english-attack.com) in Serbia, Macedonia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia, and in Bulgaria. READ MORE

Young learners language education tops family budget priorities, shows the Verbalists survey in Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia and Bosnia

Belgrade, Serbia – March 6, 2012 – PRODIREKT and its Verbalists Language Network today announced the results of the poll designed to discover how parents in the Balkans feel about the language education of their children. The visitors of the Verbalisti Facebook page were asked “How important is it for your children to learn a foreign language in the native speaking country?”. The survey was conducted in four countries – Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina, during two time intervals – from 21st November to 21st December 2011, and from January 6 to February 6, 2012, and it generated enormous interest among the Verbalisti network fans and other Facebook members alike. The poll reached 247,757 people, while 1,566 participants cast their vote, with 1,226 of them saying that they would send their children to learn a foreign language in a native speaking country, regardless of the family budget constraints. READ MORE