10 Jul Press Release: In celebration of the Ramadan spirit, Eton Institute has launched Special Ramadan Deals on popular courses
Press Release:In celebration of the spirit of Ramadan, Eton Institute has launched Special Ramadan Deals on popular courses
Ramadan is also known as the month of giving and to honor the spirit of Ramadan Eton Institute has added popular languages such as French, German, Spanish, Italian and Arabic as part of their “Ramadan Special Deals”.
Dubai, 10th July 2013 – The blessed month of Ramadan is a month of generosity, sharing and giving. In celebrating the spirit of Ramadan, Eton Institute, UAE’s largest training and development centre is offering “Ramadan Special Deals” in popular languages on its popular Eton Deals website.
Keeping in mind the reduced work timings during Ramadan, Eton Institute has put together their special Ramadan Eton Deals for both their Abu Dhabi and Dubai branches, to provide individuals with the opportunity of learning a new language. Popular, internationally accredited language courses such as French, German, Italian and Spanish are all available at over 50% discount. Also available on offer are exotic languages such as Swedish, Hindi and Turkish and online language courses. Individuals interested in learning more about the Arabic culture can also take up Arabic conversation courses at both the branches.
“This year Ramadan has fallen at a particularly hot time of the year. Lack of outdoor activities in the summer and shorter working hours provides a great opportunity for people to take advantage of the Ramadan Eton Deals on the popular language courses that are now even more affordable,” commented Stoyana Raycheva, Marekting Executive at Eton Institute.
Visit www.deals.eton.ac or Call 800 ETON (800 3866) to grab our Ramadan Eton Deals.
Headquartered in Dubai-UAE with operations in the Middle East, Europe and America, the Institute offers training both in-house and onsite, leveraging considerable experience in providing solutions that fit an individual’s or an organisation’s needs.