WESLI – Executive Business English Student: Hospitality
Janis works in hospitality in Colombia. Needing more English for her next professional step, Janis decided to study in Madison, Wisconsin to improve her skills with an immersive experience. She signed up for the Wisconsin ESL Institute (WESLI) Executive Business English Program for professional employees needing professional English for short-term study.
This intensive four-week program is tailored for executives so they can excel on the job without a long absence. Small class sizes and personalized programs provide a customized curriculum with personable and knowledgeable teachers.
Janis’ program focused on hospitality. She toured different hotels in downtown Madison to learn about the industry in a local context. On the tours she learned from sales staff about their independent or franchised hotel, asking questions and getting behind-the-scenes access.
“My time during the program was wonderful. The staff were super friendly and I learned so much. The tours were so helpful with my English practice, too,” said Janis.
“In only 4 weeks I feel my English has really improved and I am more confident now than when I arrived.”
English is necessary to succeed in all areas of business in our increasingly globalizes world. This program is designed to teach the skills necessary to thrive in business. Successful graduates are world leaders in areas of banking, pharmaceuticals, marketing, communications, politics, aviation, finance, and sales.
“We have so many business professionals needing a boost in their English skills. Our Executive Business English program allows us to customize it for each student in the short time they have available to be away from their job,” said Jennifer Phillips ([email protected]), Director of WESLI. With multiple start dates throughout the year, executives can come when it works for their schedule and employer.
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