03 Sep Discover the Hidden Treasures of Europe at Eton Institute’s European Day of Languages


Eton Institute will celebrate its 9th European Day of Languages by uncovering Europe’s hidden treasures through free lessons, massive discounts on language courses and fun-filled activities for language enthusiasts in the UAE. Dubai, 3 September 2015 – With its theme Discover the Hidden Treasures of Europe, Eton Institute’s most awaited European Day of Languages will take place on 28th September 2015, encouraging language enthusiasts to interact with one another from across the UAE and all over the world.First organized by the Council of Europe in 2001 as part of the European Year of Languages initiative, European Day of Languages is Eton Institute’s way of commemorating the continent’s diversity in language and culture to highlight the benefits of language learning.

Eton Institute, a leading international language and professional development training provider, taps into the unique location of the UAE as a home to more than 100 nationalities sharing cultures among tourists and residents.

Career opportunities, lifestyle, and non-resident tax status are some of the reasons why European expats settle in the UAE, making it one of the popular expat destinations alongside Australia, Hong Kong, USA and South Africa.  

According to BQDoha’s article on the UAE’s population by nationality (April 2015), British (120,000) is the most popular European nationality in the UAE. It is followed by French (25,000), German (12,000), Spanish (12,000) and Italian (10,000). The estimated figures were gathered from 2013 to 2015, showing an overview of European nationality distributions in the Emirates.

The European Day of Languages is a great event to learn about the wide array of European languages and the benefits of language learning, celebrating the UAE’s cultural diversity and the love of languages, said Moaz Khan, Marketing Director at Eton Institute. The event is a perfect opportunity to socialize and meet people, while gaining an insight from native speakers into countries they may be travelling to in the future, he added.

Eton Institute has partnered with restaurants and organizations that share the same vision of celebrating Europe and bringing its extremely rich heritage to the UAE community. The free event will start at 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm in Eton Institute Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

Aside from the exciting activities and presentations, Eton Institute will offer massive discounts on all European language courses booked on the day from 8:00am to 9:00pm at the Institute, as well as a 24-hour online sale.

To register at Eton Institute’s European Day of Languages, visit http://middleeast.etoninstitute.com.


Discover the Hidden Treasures of Europe at Eton Institute’s European Day of Languages
About Eton Institute:

Eton Institute is globally recognized as a leader in learning and development solutions, offering Professional Development Training, courses in over 100 Languages, Teacher Training and Computer Training internationally throughout the Americas, East Asia, Europe, Middle East and South Asia. With a dedicated team of professionals developing highly customized programs, Eton Institute features the most sought after training methodologies and techniques, and is proud to be associated with top international thinkers to successfully provide organizational change for over 2,000 clients globally.
It offers flexible timings and uniquely tailored courses to suit the learner’s needs. All training is facilitated by highly qualified and experienced instructors, teaching practical skills while maintaining competitive prices for individuals and businesses.Eton Institute is an Approved Center for the delivery of Cambridge Exams and City and Guilds business qualifications. Additionally all language courses offered by Eton Institute are EAQUALS-accredited and meet Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) standards set by Council of Europe.For additional information please contact:
Manon Hazell
Marketing Manager
Eton Institute
Ph: +971 4 4386 809

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