New Computers for Globe Students in Exeter

14 July 2004

Quality Language Schools Worldwide

The Globe English Centre Exeter has acquired seven new computers for its self access centre for adult students and is installing a new computer room for juniors.

The computers in the self-access centre are fast, state-of-the-art Pentium 4 machines with a flat screen and docking facilities for USB devices such as digital cameras and pen drives. The centre now

also has three lap top ports and can support wireless lap top connection.

Globe's adult students can use the computers for free as before. And as the Exeter school is in the process of installing a brand new computer room in its Junior Centre, younger students will soon be able to keep in touch much more easily with their families as well as improve their language skills during their course.

The Globe English Centre Exeter recently won the 2004 Excellence Award.

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