The shortlist for the StudyTravel Star Awards 2017 has been released, celebrating the businesses that have most impressed their peers in the international education industry with awards for study travel agents, language schools, associations, service providers and more and we are delighted that IALC schools feature so prominently again this year.
Now in their 12th year, the StudyTravel Star Awards are a unique peer-voted study abroad industry showcase, with agents voting for school partners and vice versa across a total of 23 categories.
The winners of the ST Star Awards 2017 will be revealed at an exclusive dinner dance event at the London Park Lane Hilton hotel on September 2, during the ST Alphe UK conference.
Altogether, twenty IALC schools have been shortlisted for the annual study travel awards.
IALC joined the prestigious ST Super Star Hall of Fame in 2015 which is reserved for organisations that have won their category five times and become ineligible to win again.
Robin Adams, Vice President Marketing at IALC is featured in StudyTravel Star Awards 2017 brochure reflecting on IALC’s ST Super Star status and said, “Achieving Super Star status is tremendously rewarding as it is a strong indication that our industry still values the quality delivered by our independently owned schools. At a time when there are an increasing number of mergers and acquisitions, Education agents can rely on the additional support their clients will receive at IALC Accredited institutions. IALC is a global standard in language study abroad, where passion, excellence and individuality meet”.
The IALC nominees for this year’s ST Star Awards 2017 include: CES (UK & Ireland) Escuela de Idiomas Nerja (Spain), CLIC - IH Sevilla (Spain), Cadiz y Malaga (Spain), Expanish (Argentina), BWS Germanlingua (Germany), Lila* Liverpool (UK), Inforum Education (Australia), Impact English College (Australia), Langports English Language College (Australia), ELC (USA), Rennert International (USA), TLA - The Language Academy (USA), Dilit IH Rome (Italy), Linguaviva (Italy), Accademia Italiana (Italy), France Langue (France), Institut Linguistique Adenet – ILA (France), Genki Japanese and Culture School (Japan), CIAL - Centro des Linguas (Portugal) and Kai Japanese Language School (Japan).
Go to www.studytravel.network/star-awards/ for the full list of nominations and to find out more.