Founded in 2000, Pro Language has expanded from a single location in the heart of Bangkok’s thriving business district to become a leading provider of language training across Thailand. Selected as “The Best Private Language School in Thailand for 2008” by the Thai Ministry of Education, our students are guaranteed professional and quality language training by qualified, native speakers.
A multi-language training centre, Pro Language provides professional language training in Thai, Chinese, English, Italian, German, Japanese, Russian and Spanish which will enable you to start using the target language immediately!
We also have a large corporate training division which currently works with some of the largest local and international companies in Thailand as well as numerous governmental clients. Additionally, we provide specialized language training for academic preparation tests such as TOEIC, TOEFL and IELTS. Pro Language is also able to assist foreign residents who enroll with us to obtain the Thai Education Visa.
Whatever your language needs, our friendly and professional staff are ready to assist you at any of our branches in Bangkok, Chiangmai, Pattaya or Rayong.
With branches throughout Thailand, we are an international school that has been providing a high-quality service for 16 years. Unlike many other languages schools in Thailand, our classrooms are global. This means you will study with people who speak a different language than your own, so you must communicate by using the language that you are learning. This will help you to learn faster. This is especially true for English; the world’s most widely-spoken language. Also, learning in a global classroom gives you the opportunity to improve your awareness and understanding of other cultures, improves critical thinking, and helps to develop an appreciation for other points of view.All our courses are taught by qualified, native teachers. We offer a variety of courses.
Find our more about us: https://www.prolanguage.co.th/courses/
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