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Frequently Asked Questions

These questions and answers are designed to cover any queries you may have about Quality English and Quality Education. If you cannot find the information you are looking for, email info@quality-english.com

I am a student...

  1. What are Quality English Schools?

Answer: Quality English Schools are privately owned, independent and run by the people who own them. Quality is paramount to the principles of these schools which have to have local accreditation certifying their high academic standards. The Quality English logo is an assurance that you, as a student, will have a rewarding and enjoyable experience, whilst improving your English Language skills. Quality English Schools offer a range of English Language courses including; General English, Exam Preparation, Junior Courses, English for Academic Purposes and Teacher Training courses.

 2. What are Quality Education Colleges?

Answer: Quality Education Colleges are privately owned, independent and run by the people who own them. Quality is paramount to the principles of these college which have to have local accreditation certifying their high academic standards. The Quality Education logo is an assurance that you, as a student, will have a rewarding and enjoyable experience whilst furthering your studies. Quality Education Colleges offer a variety of vocational and academic courses taught in English.

  1. What are Quality English Associate Schools?

Answer: Associate Schools are well-respected English Language schools in non-English speaking countries. These schools maintain high academic standards which QE verifies and monitors on a regular basis. The schools often work closely with QE schools and QEd colleges so that their students can progress to courses at those institutions as and when they are ready to do so.

 4. How does QE choose the schools and colleges?

Answer: Quality English Schools and Quality Education Colleges are selected from the best independent schools and colleges in English speaking countries. We carry out a comprehensive assessment to ensure that they meet our criteria whilst also gathering feedback from current students, and the agents the school or college works with. We carry out regular inspections to ensure the high standards are being maintained.

 5. Are all of the schools and colleges accredited?

Answer: Yes, all QE schools and QEd colleges are required to have accreditation from their local regulatory body before applying for a QE or QEd Licence. This accreditation has to be maintained in order for them to retain the QE or QEd Licence.

 6. Why should I go to a QE school or QEd college?

Answer: By choosing a QE School or QEd College you can be assured that you will have a great experience. Our schools and colleges are renowned for both their academic excellence as well as their very personal and caring approach to making you, as a student, settle in and feel comfortable in your new surroundings. The staff will ensure that you have the opportunity to enjoy the attractions of the local area and to meet new friends from all over the world.

 7. How do I find a course?

Answer: Whatever type of course you are looking for you can find it on our Course Finder. You can search by course type, country, city or enter keywords to find the institution that suits you.

 8. How do I register for a course?

Answer: Search for the course that suits you by using our Course Finder.  When you have found the perfect course and school, you can either contact the school directly using the form on the school’s page, contacting one of their active Authorised Quality Agents or click through to the school’s own website to contact them.

 9. What should I do if I have a problem with a school/college?

Answer: If there is any dispute with your school or college you should try to resolve the issue with them in the first instance. If you have used an agent to help you book your course then they may be able to help. Otherwise you could contact the school’s accreditation board eg British Council (UK) who may be able to help.

I run or work for a privately owned language school...

  1. How can we become a Quality English School, a Quality Education College or an Associate School?

Answer: If you are interested in applying for a Quality English, Quality Education or Associate School Licence, email: info@quality-english.com

  1. Why should we become a Quality English School, a Quality Education College or an Associate School?

Answer: The Quality English and Quality Education brands are recognised and respected throughout the industry. An institution which carries one of our logos benefits from being associated with the other excellent licensed institutions around the world and has the opportunity to network with them and to share best practice. We work closely with our network of Quality Agents who we monitor to ensure that they regularly work with our schools and colleges but are also providing a first-class service to their students.

Schools can use our well-known and trusted global brand to strengthen their own marketing and sales initiatives in a number of ways – from broad-based image building to specific promotional events such as our Missions.

I am an agent...

  1. How can I become a Quality Agent?

Answer: In order to become a Quality Agent you must already be working with at least three Quality English Schools or Quality Education Colleges. If you are interested in becoming a Quality Agent, email: agents@quality-english.com

  1. Why should I work with a QE school or QEd college? 

Answer: Our schools and colleges pride themselves on offering a personal service to their students and agents. We monitor the feedback we get from students and agents to ensure that students are receiving the academic tuition and pastoral support they expect throughout their course.

  1. What should I do if I have a problem with a school/college?

Answer: If there is any dispute with your school or college you should try to resolve the issue with them in the first instance. Otherwise you could contact the school’s accreditation board eg British Council (UK) who may be able to help.

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