WSE represents London in Brazil!

WSE represents London in Brazil!
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We are in exciting times indeed! 

We are delighted to announce that Wimbledon School of English has been chosen to represent London as part of the English is Great Campaign in Brazil and we are very proud that one of our teachers, Justin Noppe, will visit Brazil and give special lessons in several cities as part of campaign. 

English is Great will stage ‘travelling classrooms’ at the Salão do Estudante fairs in Belo Horizonte, Salvador, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo in September 2015, and as part of this Justin will be giving ’open lessons’ in each of those locations.  

He will also be on the English is Great stand at the fairs in the following cities:

Curitiba at the Four Points by Sheraton from 3pm to 8pm on September 15th.

Belo Horizonte at the Hotel Mercure BH Lourdes from 3pm to 8pm on September 17th.

Recife at the Shopping Rio Mar from 2pm to 7pm on September 19th.

Salvador at Hotel Pestana Bahia frin 2pm to 7pm on September 20th.

Rio de Janeiro at the Sofitel from 3pm to 8pm on September 22nd.

Brasilia at the Centro de Convençōes from 3pm to 8pm on September 24th.

São Paulo at the Tivoli São Paulo Mofarrej from 2pm to 7pm in September 26th and 27th.

If you're a student thinking about studying in London or you just have an interest in the language and the city, we would like to invite to come and see Justin when he is in your city. You'll have the chance to experience a lesson given by a WSE teacher and get an insight into what London life is like, why students should choose to come and study in London and the opportunities the city can present. You will also have the chance to ask him anything you would like to know about Wimbledon School of English. 

We hope to see you there! 

Look out for Justin and follow his adventure on Twitter & Facebook

And be sure to keep up to date on everything on our end at Wimbledon School of English on our Facebook, Twitter & Instagram!

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