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ILAC wins Ryugaku Journal’s Japan Best School Award 2017

ILAC is pleased to announce Ryugaku Journal has awarded us with two prestigious recognitions of the Japan Best School Award.

Ryugaku Journal is a leader in educational consulting and a pioneer in promoting cultural exchange through education, counselling, research, and publishing. Being one of the first agencies founded globally, it is among the most well known and respected in Asia and the world.

Based on the reviews of 500+ students attending international schools abroad, candidates for the Japan Best School Award are evaluated under the following criteria:

  • Teaching and Administrative Support
  • Lessons
  • Accommodation
  • Facilities and Environment.

Only the schools with the highest rankings are selected, awarding English Language schools from all over the world that demonstrate excellence and provide students with top quality services.

This year, the Japan Best School Award ranked ILAC as the #1 Chain School internationally, and ILAC Vancouver as the #3 school in the Lesson category.

It is not the first time ILAC’s programs and campuses have been recognized with this award. We were proud to be 2013 and 2015 winners of the Japan Best School Award!

Malcolm X said: “Education is our passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today.” Let’s keep dreaming big and working together to provide international students with a brighter future and an unforgettable and rewarding experience learning English in Canada.

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