|▲ CEO Lee Yoon-jeong|
Opened in 2004, Edu Simson has built its reputation in English through its differentiated portfolio-based student management system. Students are encouraged to watch news and debate on various subjects from politics and economy to science and social issues after which they go through presentation, discussion and essay writing.
Key vocabulary, idioms and grammar maps are made and provided for easy and comprehensive understanding and analysis, and students go through habitual use of ‘why?’ to build their logical thinking power. The vocabulary, idioms and grammar maps built through this ‘why process’ eventually increase their scores in school entrance exams. The predicted questionnaires made by excellent teachers at Edu Simson who have extensive knowledge and knowhow in the field have shown high accuracy rates and they are well proved by sending numerous students to prestigious universities in Korea.
What makes Edu Simson stand out among other English language institutes, however, is at its ‘inclusive management policy’. Teachers and students wear the same T-shirts for a month during the summer; ‘Work Hard, No Short-Cut’ is marked on students’ and ‘Great Teaching & More’ on teachers’; in addition, parents share the same dress code with ‘Believe in Simson’ mark on. The purpose of this ‘inclusive management policy’ is to build a strong tripartite bond between teachers, students and parents.
As a result, Edu Simson has achieved 100% entrance rate of its applicants for three years in a row through its in-house career consulting lab that offers all-in-one aptitude, resume and interview services.
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