Cape Town Hosts 2007 IALC Workshop

2 June 2006

Quality Language Schools Worldwide

After three record-breaking workshops in Europe, IALC heads south to Cape Town in 2007. This popular travel destination is fast emerging as a favourite place to learn English. Good Hope Studies, which has English language centres in central and suburban Cape Town, will host the 24th IALC Workshop at the Cape Sun Hotel from 26 to 29 April.

The three-day meeting will feature daytime business meetings and evening social events, culminating in the traditional IALC gala dinner, featuring Cape Town’s best music, wine and food.

Cape Town is one of the world’s most exciting and beautiful travel destinations, enchanting its many visitors with breathtaking landscapes, international cuisine and first-class entertainment. As well as visits to the Good Hope Studies schools and accommodation, sightseeing tours are being arranged during and after the workshop for working delegates and their companions. They will include trips to world-famous attractions like Robben Island and the Cape of Good Hope, a Garden Route tour and a safari. The tour packages in the week after the IALC workshop can be booked in modules, allowing flexible add-on tours of between 1 and 7 nights.

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Another chance to win a free flight to Cape Town for the IALC Workshop

Study abroad agencies now have two chances to win a free economy class return airfare to Cape Town for the 2007 IALC Workshop. All respondents to the IALC Agent Survey will be entered in a prize draw for one ticket. Additionally, agents attending the IALC party at the International Languages and Education UK Fair in Brighton in August will be entered in a draw for a second free air ticket. For more information about the IALC party in Brighton, check this website regularly or contact the IALC Secretariat.

More Information:

http://www.ialc.org/contactus.asp

Request access code for agent survey

http://www.ialc.org/contactus.asp

Contact:

info@ialc.org

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