IALC signs MoUs with Mexican and Colombian agency associations

The International Association of Language Centres (IALC) has announced memorandums of understanding (MoUs) with the agency associations of Colombia and Mexico to collaborate on future initiatives and support growth from Latin America.

The signing of MoUs with  AMTE (Asociación Mexicana de Turismo Educativo) and ANEX (Asociación Nacional de Empresas para Estudios en el Exterior) took place during the recent IALC Roadshows to Bogotá and Mexico City.

IALC Vice President of Marketing, Robin Adams , said, “We firmly believe that the LATAM region presents our schools with a number of tremendous opportunities for growth. In our determination to raise the profile and awareness of our association, we have sought out two extremely dynamic agent associations and we are extremely proud to have the opportunity to collaborate closely with ANEX and AMTE.

“Our aim will be to develop a number of campaigns with these two great associations in an effort to support more bookings for our member schools.”

Marcela Osorio , Executive Director of ANEX, said, “We loved the IALC Colombia Roadshow. This partnership is a wonderful opportunity for both associations. All IALC schools share a commitment to quality. We look forward to continuing to work together in the coming months and years ahead.”

Coordinator General of AMTE, Oscar Sanz , commented, “The IALC Mexico Roadshow has been a great opportunity for Mexican agencies to meet with quality independent schools. IALC shares the same quality principles as our association. The two associations have developed a solid base from which we can continue to develop exciting initiatives.”

The annual IALC agent workshop will be later this month in Seville, hosted by CLIC IH Seville.

IALC was founded in 1983 and entered into the StudyTravel Super Star Hall of Fame in 2015 after winning the ST Star School Association category for a fifth time. Voting is open until April 25th for the 2019 StudyTravel Star Awards.

By Matthew Knott 

Source: StudyTravel Magazine

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