English schools in Asia
Education Agency "King's Speech" was established in 2011 in Astana, capital city of Kazakhstan (Central Asia). King's Speech provides various services in the sphere of education:
- local language courses (English, Russian, Kazakh, Italian, Spanish, Turkish, German, Arabic)
- national and international exams preparation (Unified National Testing, Complex Testing for Applicants, SAT, TOEFL, IELTS, GRE, GMAT, HSK and etc.)
- preparation for entrance exams to the most prestigious school and universities in Kazakhstan (Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools, Kazakh-Turkish Lyceums, KIMEP University, Nazarbayev University, KBTU and etc.)
- preparation for school subjects (Math, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, History, Geography)
- education abroad consulting (language courses, boarding schools, colleges and universities, academic programs, business training)
- scholarship program in USA
- volunteering projects around the world
- Work and Travel USA
- Work and Study Programs in New Zealand, Canada, Australia and Ireland
- language and training services for corporate sector
We have 2 offices with the most convenient locations in central parts of old and new city centers of Astana. Our staff is about 15 people: a general director, an academic director, an executive director for education abroad, 2 managers for education abroad consulting, 2 client support managers, corporate affairs manager, and about 10 teachers in different areas (languages and subjects). We have a very friendly staff of different age groups: students, young professionals, experienced and retired people. But all of them are very professional, competent and very committed people.
We have different students: school children, university students and adult professionals. About 100 students are attending our local courses, and about 25-30 people use our services on education abroad every year.
King's Speech is a certified ICEF agency on education abroad consulting (ICEF, 2015). Additionally, our managers on education abroad are certified agents on UK education (British Council, 2013) and on UK visas (British Council, 2015).