Here at CIP, we make sure that we satisfy the needs of our students. We help them reach their goals and be prepared for their future.
Check out what one of our students said about our school.
1) What made you decide to choose a language course in the Philippines?
– Because English is the second language in the Philippines and the study environment is more efficient than in my country.
2) What were your impressions of studying English in the Philippines?
– My initial impressions were the facilities and the teachers. They provide various suitable courses for all students as well as a variety of classrooms and dormitories.
3) Do you think your English improved while studying English in the Philippines?
– Of course, I strongly believe that the students can be accustomed to this environment and improve their English rapidly due to the quality of teachers as well as lessons.
4) Who is your favorite teacher in CIP?
– To me, every teacher in CIP also has their own strengths and weaknesses. It depends on the student, but my favorite teachers are Teacher Janella, Teacher Mark, Teacher Jonah and Teacher Danne.
5) What can you say about the school environment?
– For this aspect, the facilities in CIP is great with beautiful classrooms, large campuses for relaxation and chatting. The school always tries to make an environment-friendly atmosphere to foster students.
6) Did you make many friends while you were here?
– As a multi-cultural environment, making friends is necessary to every student. During my stay here, I tried to make friends in different countries by chatting, greeting them or sharing our own stories and experiences.
7) What can you say about your 1 on 1 class with Native?
– Although, I attended the special course, I still can talk to many Native Teachers outside classrooms as they’re really nice, friendly and humorous.
8) Please share your good memories from your time at CIP.
– Playing Sports with my friends in CIP’s gym.
– Attending Go Go Dance every Wednesday night.
– Dinner times in the School Cafeteria.
– Watching football while enjoying instant noodles in CIP campus.
9) Have you recommended English language schools in the Philippines to your friends?
– Of course yes. I’ve already checked-in at CIP and shared some of my posts with my family and friends in my country.
10) Finally, do you have any ideas for improving CIP?
– I think to improve CIP, the school should know their problems and overcome them appropriately such as some electrical machines and Wifi connection. About the quality of teachers and lessons, I strongly assume that it’s really good and quite convenient for students and the teachers to receive some rewards as motivation.