22 May Eton Institute Focuses on Language Learning for Culture Appreciation During the Holy Month of Ramadan
Eton Institute inspires the UAE community with special language learning initiatives during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
Dubai, 22 May 2017 – In the spirit of coming together during the Holy Month of Ramadan, Eton Institute supports personal connection and self-expression within the community of learners through a series of language learning initiatives.
The 6-hour free course will be held over 3 Saturdays (3, 10 and 17 June 2017), from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm (UAE time/GMT+4). Learners can be anywhere in the world, experiencing on-the-go, interactive learning through our virtual product, LiveOnline. It will cover all four essential language skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening. It also includes Arabic cultural tips and insights.
Our Ramadan Deals are suitable for learners with shorter working hours, and students and parents on school break. With discounts over 50%, the courses take place every Sunday to Thursday, 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm (Dubai) and 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm (Abu Dhabi) from 4 to 22 June 2017, finishing conveniently before the end of Ramadan.
Ramadan 20% Offer
The exclusive offer is valid on all Group Courses including Exam Preparation, as well as, English and Arabic Express. To avail the discount, eligible courses must begin during the Holy Month of Ramadan, starting from 27 May 2017. Payments can be made online using the promo code RAMADAN20 or at Eton Institute, both in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
“Cultural immersion is a significant part of the learning process. You can fully grasp your target language if you know the cultural contexts of the place where the language is used for communication. The UAE is considered one of the most multi-cultural countries; culture plays a major role in learning a new language. We are delighted to offer courses that people find affordable, giving them even more reasons to step up towards personal development. Also, this highlights the importance of self-improvement and humility, integral parts of Ramadan’s traditions and values”, said Romina Mahtani, CEO at Eton Institute.
Eton Institute also offers culture-focused eGuides on Ramadan Etiquette and Cultural Awareness that feature practical, concise do’s and dont’s, helping expats and visitors better appreciate the local culture.