Wall Street English Expands Further with Center Opening in Tunisia

24/11/2017 By
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Wall Street English is proud to announce the opening of our 28th territory with the launch of a center in Tunisia on November 16th.  The new center is located in an attractive and booming part of Tunis – Berges Du Lac – situated on the shores of the city’s lake, surrounded by businesses, restaurants, shops and schools/universities. There are direct links to English, making WSE feel immediately at home – the center is in Rue du Loch Ness, and the British Embassy is just a few steps away!

Owner/CEO Dhia Ben Letaifa, along with his partners and team, have extensive experience in the Tunisian market and are very optimistic. Dhia commented:

“The Tunisian economy has been growing steadily for the last few years, and we are an export-oriented country. For this reason, English skills are the gateway for many to the international market”

The launch party hosted esteemed figures from industry and trade, and guest of honor to the opening ceremony was British Ambassador to Tunisia, Louise de Sousa.

At the event, WSE’s Service Manager – Tracy Olson-Benrhouma – who has worked in the adult education market in Tunisia for some years – said:

“There is significant demand for English language training in Tunisia, in fact more demand than supply! On top of that, WSE is the first school to offer a flexible learning schedule to its learners, meaning they can plan their classes and studies individually around their own busy schedule.”

The WSE International team was there to support Dhia, Tracey and their newly-hired team in preparing for the launch and wishes them all the very best in bringing our unique learning method to the Tunisian market.

Tunisia marks WSE’s third country on the African continent after Morocco (2009) and Angola (2015). Across the continent, there is an increasing demand for quality English tuition, which will result in further centers in our existing territories and further new country openings soon.

If you would like to learn more about WSE Tunisia visit their website: www.wallstreetenglish.tn

 

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