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Lingua Institute has succeeded in offering value to individuals and institutions across West and Central Africa.

 In all our English engagements, we have left lasting impressions on our clients that will be considered pleasurable at best and leaves them longing to come again.

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Learning in a multicultural conducive environment

Patrice Dodo CoulibalyPatrice Dodo Coulibaly

Patrice Coulibaly Dodo

Since October 1998, Patrice has been the Director of the College Moderne Descartes, one of the largest and respected secondary schools in Abidjan. He is also a founding member and the first Director General of H.E.G.E.S (Hautes Etudes en Gestion, Banque Assurance et Commerce) - A tertiary institution in Abidjan-Cote d’ivoire.

Patrice is a graduate of the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Abidjan. He is an experienced English Language professor. He holds a CAP- CM in English as well as several certificates in education and management from universities in both the USA and Israel.

 

Alex AdorborAlex Adorbor

Alex Adorbor has over a decade’s experience working in the language and education sector in Ghana. He is currently the Managing director and board member of Lingua Institute.

Alex had worked in the banking sector working in different portfolios such as customer service , marketing and credit control officer before moving on to work with Linguaphone Ghana as a Centre Manager and Operations Manager.

Alex holds an honorary degree in the Social Sciences from the University of Ghana; He also holds a diploma in business management, as well as a professional certification in marketing.

 

 

 

Eli FiadzoeEli Fiadzoe

Eli Fiadzoe had for a number of years been Deputy Director for Linguaphone Ghana, franchisee of a global language trainer headquartered in the UK. In that portfolio, he served as the Business Development Manager. He had also served as Accounts Officer and Marketing Executive in prominent organizations in Ghana. Currently, he serves as board member of the Lingua Institute.

 

Eli has a Master’s Degree in Development Studies (Applied Economics) from the University of Ghana and holds an Intermediary Status with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), UK. He enjoys writing articles for newspapers and authoring books for the reading public. He loves to train people on such soft skills as leadership and interpersonal skills.

 

Colonie de Vacances au GhanaColonie de Vacances au Ghana

Listes des effets et documents pour le séjour

 

  • Documentation
  1. Passeport ou Pièce d’identité
  2. Carnet de vaccination- fièvre jaune, fièvre Typhoïde, Méningites,  etc.
  • Literie

1 drap de lit

1 couverture

  • Hygiène

3 Rouleaux de papier toilette

1 Eponge and 2 Serviettes

1 pommade (facultative)

2 Savons de bain & 2 sachets de savon en poudre de 500g

1 paire de chaussure de bain

1 Pâte dentifrice & 1 brosse à dent

  • Habillement et accessoires

5 habits de maison

3 habits de sortie (Eglise, tourisme etc.)

1 tenue de sport sans oublier le maillot de bain

2 paires de chaussures (fermées)

Quelques habits nécessaires (Pull-over,…)

 

  • Des médicaments de premières nécessités
  • Kits de cours

1 dictionnaire bilingue Anglais/français

2 crayons and 2 stylos

1 cahier de cours

  • Kits de cantine

1 verre, 1 cuillère, 1 fourchette & 1 couteau

1 Assiette pour manger

  • Kits technologique

Téléphone portable (facultatif)

Ordinateur portable (facultatif)

  • De l’argent de poche (50.000 frs maximum)

NB : pas de grosse valise et éviter un grand nombre d’habits