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. Why did you choose Philippines to improve your English? ,and how did you find CIP?
– The reason why I chose CIP is I can learn a lot in this school and experience different activities. Korean agency recommend this, but I can’t focus on study if I choose Cebu. Baguio is too far and there is no airport. In addition, I studied English online with a Filipino teacher for 5 months last year. Her pronunciation was good and taught me very well, so I thought that I want to study in the Philippines, ofcourse the tuition fee in the Philippines is cheaper than other countries. I’m going to Australia for working holidays. I think It would be better to study here before going there.
2. What were your impressions of studying English in The Philippines?
– I have not thought about the Philippines, because a number of people said that Filipino accent is strong, So you can not understand them very well. However, When I attended the classes for the first time. I was surprised. Because Teachers are very friendly, lively, funny and kind. Their accent is not so strong. Now my impression about Philippines has changed. Actually, I love CIP, my friends and teachers, so I want to study here again if I have chance.
3. Do you think your English skills improved while studying English in The Philippines?
– Absolutely yes. Although it was a short period of time, I’ve learned a lot. I think my English skills has improved, because my teachers taught me many things and they explained our lessons kindly when I asked some question.
4. Do you think that CIP has more advantages compare to the other language schools in the Philippines?
– Yes, there are many school activities. Ican join go go dance to learn dance with teachers on Tuesdays and volleyball, badminton or basketball competition on Thursdays. Sari Sari is also very close from school, so I can drink beer and talk with friends whenever.
5. Who is your favorite teacher in CIP?
– I like all the teachers, especially my buddy teacher Carla. She helped me with many things. I always discussed with her such as my health condition, class and study. In addition, she gave me confidence when she gave a difficult homework. I said that I can not do it or please change homework easier, but she doesn’t change and say I know that you can do it, so now, I try not to think I can not. I just believe I can do it.
6. Did you make many friends while you were here?
– Yes, I have friends of various nationalities such as Japanese, Chinese, Taiwanese and Vietnamese. I made good memories with them. I also have 2 roommates from Japan and Vietnam. We were dancing using exciting music every night in our room, I really like them.
7. Do you think you learned a lot from your native English teacher while studying English in Philippines?
– Sure, they thought me useful idioms and pronunciation.
8. Please share your good memories in CIP.
– Actually, I enjoyed everyday during my stay here. Especially when the classrooms were blackout, we were dancing with music outside. It was great.
9. If you graduate, will you recommend your friends to English language school in the Philippines?
– Yes ofcourse. I’ve saw many students who improved their English skill. I also improved it. Actually, I already recommend this school to my Korean friends.
10. Finally, do you have any ideas you would like to suggest to CIP for better development?
– To be honest, I have no idea. I’ve thought about that I was satistied with CIP life.