Mission and Belief
From The Director
Faculty and Staff
My studies at AEI had been helpful and enjoyable. I had been studying in the best conditions with access to different things such as computers and books. Also, I fortunately met some people who will definitely be my friends forever. We could hang out downtown together whenever we wanted to have some fun and create some unforgettable memories. Before AEI, I have never been in a place where the entire staff are kind and effective. I know that I can never be grateful enough for the way they received me, taught me English and helped me whenever I needed some. But, I thank them with my whole heart for preparing me to get ready to study in an American University.
Valentin Mendy, TOEFL
I have found a very pleasant learning atmosphere, here at AEI. Not only have I had excellent instructors, the administration, especially the counseling I received from Julie Ressler, have been very instrumental in my growth and experience at the school. I have not only improved my English, but learned so much about American culture, as well. I know that what Iíve learned here, and the relationships I have made, will improve my future.
Parvez Pattharwala, CAPE
I would love to take the opportunity and say a few words about my experience at Atlanta English Institute. I joined the school at Level One because I did not speak, read or write any English at all but the school helped me to move forward very quickly. I was fortunate to have very high-class professionals as my teachers. And I can never express my gratitude enough to them for their dedication and patience to work with me.
While studying there I was able to work part-time at the school too and I believe this was a great additional help in better understanding and integrating into American culture.
I definitely think that AEI is a great environment to feel safe and focus on studying. The AEI administration really knows student needs, often better then students themselves.
Time spent at AEI will always be one of the most important and memorable of my life. And I wish the school and all its students best of luck and success in future.
Revaz Machaidze, IEP
I am very thankful for the help and information the instructors from Atlanta English Institute gave me during my GMAT Preparation Course. I came from Brazil to take the exam and start my MBA, and the information I received in class, especially regarding the verbal part of the test, was very helpful and important.
The classes about how to organize the essays and sentences correctly were the ones that helped me a lot to achieve my goal.
I am pleased to say I was able to get a higher score on the test than I actually needed due to the information I got from my instructors.
I felt attracted to the AEI from my first visit. I was preparing for my USMLE exams and specifically for step 3. In a short period of time, with the help of the school resources as well as the quiet environment, I was able to pass my exams with excellence. I enjoyed spending time with the staff at the school from teachers to administrative personnel and students.
The school has well-qualified teachers and well-equipped classes, making AEI one of the top schools to learn English in Atlanta.
Finally, I would like to thank Mr. Eric and Ms. Julie for their endless efforts to try to make this school a unique experience for every student and teacher.
Abdulmonam Ali, USMLE
My friends believed that I spoke English well after I'd been learning the language at school in Poland for 4 years. When I arrived in Atlanta, quickly it became clear that I had no skills to talk as freely with the Americans. I had a complex about it and was ashamed to speak. I started searching on the Internet for English language schools in Atlanta. I found Atlanta English Institute and several other schools.
Poles who lived in the city without any doubt recommended AEI. I went there and it was one of best choices I’ve made in my life. On the first day they surrounded me with care and presented the program most suitable for me.
I started with Intensive English Program level 5, being immersed in English grammar. What I learned at AEI I had not heard taught at polish schools I attended. Additionally, I bought a set of books to work at home. I took all to Poland and often look to them. They are priceless.
School lessons at AEI are in small groups, which is important for concentration and learning. Students are able to ask questions and teachers are always willing to answer. They are native speakers and are accessible to the students. It is thanks to well-qualified staff I have gained confidence in my English.
At school, students are from all over the world so you can get to know interesting people and their culture. School administrative staff are always ready to help. They also help in completing the formalities for the Immigration Office.
To sum up my thoughts, the time spent at AEI was a great adventure filled with studying, which have already benefitted me in Poland. I work for a foreign company and English is necessary to my job
Studying at AEI guarantees the quality of your English. If I had to choose a language school again, without hesitation I would choose Atlanta English Institute.
Dawid Sinski, IEP
Hello, my name is John Vincent. I came from India and I have had the privilege to study at AEI. AEI is such a wonderful, well-planned school, with well-trained, disciplined and friendly teachers. The school has small classes and excellent equipment to help the students learn English. Mr. Eric, Director, and Mrs. Julie, Dean of Students, direct the school in a godly manner. I recommend this institute for students to equip themselves spiritually with good spiritual guidance. God willing I will come again to this school to experience more.
May God bless you all.
Pastor John Vincent, IEC
Besides having the chance to learn English with friendly, qualified native English speakers, Atlanta English Institute (AEI) can offer you wonderful facilities to help you prepare for exams that need a lot of commitment and dedication.
AEI is a quiet and wonderful study environment. In addition, all the facilities are in good shape. you will feel as comfortable as if you are studying in your own house, even more. This is what I have experienced so far.
Tarek Aljaroud, CAPE/USMLE
I am very honored and proud to be a student graduating from AEI. Since I have started studying at this school, my English skills have greatly improved. I owe my progress to all the teachers that have dedicated their knowledge, patience and commitment to help me and all the other students in this learning process. I loved all the different classes that I had the opportunity to attend.
But I did not just learn how to speak English here, I have also learned about diversity, acceptance, other cultures and how to appreciate and respect something new and different.
I loved the fact that I had the opportunity to meet people from all over the world and I congratulate all of them for their dedication and hard work in the process of learning a new language.
I want to thank Julie and Eric Ressler, all the teachers and the entire school staff for their help and support. I also want to thank my family for being here for me.
Congratulations to all and have a bright future!
Olga Gurzun, IEP Graduate Speech
March 29, 2011
My experience at Atlanta English Institute was much more than expected. I found a very warm welcome and great hospitality from Ms. Julie and Ms. Barbara during my first day of school. I felt myself as if I was at home and it really matters if you are alone abroad.
During my stay, I was happy spending my time studying for my license exams and the spacious classrooms, nice library facilities, excellent computer area helped me a lot to concentrate on my studies. I was backed up immediately whenever I had questions or needed support which impressed me a lot.
Overall, I can say that AEI has a strong team of professionals and it’s worth your time and money to join a school like this. I wish the school much success in teaching students from all over the world.
Srikanth Naramala, USMLE
Unfortunately, for some personal reasons, I have to leave AEI. I really don’t want to leave AEI because my experience with this institute is unforgettable. I am from a country where English was my second language. it was a difficult task for me to learn better and prefect English, but I’m lucky I found AEI – the best institute for English learners. I was in the CAPE program (instructor, Robin Anyanwu) and my topic was Cutting-Edge Presentations. And, I feel I learned a lot without any burden. The teaching method seems very simple and easy, but it really explores our inner quality and builds our confidence level.
The teachers and the whole staff are very friendly. The teachers here are very helpful and polite. Even though I’ve been studying here only a short time, I think I’ve learned a lot. I want to say a big “Thank you” to AEI for making my experience so enjoyable. I strongly recommend this institute.
Samira Khimani, CAPE
Where there are no strangers, I found myself at home. There is a warm welcome of friendship, love and politeness from the teachers, staff and students. The staff and teachers are just like family members and have a good sense of humor and determined to make sure the students succeed.
A good environment makes it easier for students to study and learn more than they could ever imagine.
Salahuddin Harroon, CAPE
August 16, 2009
Test preparation Schools in Atlanta
Choosing the right school is very important for Students. Students are very much worried about selecting the right preparation school so that they can get higher test scores, and admission in one of the best schools in town. I will take you through two such schools in Atlanta. They are AEI (Atlanta English Institute) and Kaplan Test Prep. I will tell you about the fees, quality of teachers, location and teaching techniques that can be considered before choosing the school.
Cost is the first thing that comes to our mind. Both AEI and Kaplan have reasonable fee structures. There is only a minor difference between the two. Fees are charged on a session basis. Each session ends after eight weeks. If you are not ready at the end of one session then you can re-take the class. An average student can be prepared in two sessions.
Next comes location. Kaplan is located in the heart of the city. This is one of the busiest areas but one can find different fast food centers at their convenience and also regular Marta bus service for those who don’t have their own vehicles. On the other hand, AEI is located in a secluded area making it more comfortable for the students to study in a serene environment. AEI has its own shuttle that picks its students up from the train station. However there are no fast food centers within walking distance of the school.
The last but most important aspect is teachers and their teaching techniques. No matter how much we spend, and regardless of what we eat, teachers play a vital role. They help students in understanding the curriculum in a more simplified form. Kaplan gives the opportunity for new teachers to explore, but this may affect students adversely because teachers keep changing. Also, Kaplan’s classrooms are a little overcrowded due to fewer available classrooms. In comparison, AEI has many classrooms and fewer students in each classroom. This helps teachers in giving personal attention to each student. Again the teachers in AEI are highly qualified and well experienced.
Both these schools have their own popularity. However, I prefer AEI because of the tranquil environment and quality of teachers. I would definitely not forget one of my favorite teachers in AEI. In fact, all teachers should get some guidance from him as he knows how to keep the class interesting and make the subject look simple and easy to understand.
Siraj Lakhani, IEP/ Test Prep
June 17, 2009
I decided to move to Atlanta from my home country, Colombia , in order to achieve what I consider to be my biggest objective academically, to complete an MBA. To achieve that dream I knew I had to improve first my speaking and writing English skills. In my search for good institutes, I found the Atlanta English Institute, which turned out to be a very important tool for my process of getting into one of the best universities in Georgia . I will start my MBA in fall 2009 in big part thanks to the help I received from my teachers at AEI, which very patiently and with a good methodology helped me to write and speak better. My experience in the Atlanta English Institute was short but for sure decisive to achieve that dream. The teachers are the best and the classes small enough to learn from my classmates but more important from my teacher. Based on my experience I recommend to anyone to study English in AEI.
Paola Arenas, IEP
May 1, 2009
I came to this school to learn English in October, 2007, and my goal was to pursue higher education and get a mater degree and PhD in the United States. My major in my home country was Physical Therapy, and I was deeply influenced by my teachers about studying abroad and learning a second language. I realized that I had to learn a second language well in order to help more people. Since English is the language that most people learn in the world, I therefore decided to come to the United States to learn English and pursue my further education.
Atlanta English Institute (AEI) offered the best second language training that I had ever had before. The school had the most professional teachers and the most complete education systems. I followed the school's study schedule from intensive classes to test preparation programs with Collegiate and Professional English (CAPE) programs. Finally, I achieved my goal. Recently, I was accepted by the University of Leeds in England. I was certainly grateful to AEI and to my teachers for all their support and professional education. Without this school and my all excellent teachers, I would not have been successful and been accepted by one of the most prestigious universities in England.
The school provides a great diversity of advanced English programs for students to prepare for adapting the American culture and college level English. Likewise, I learned how to do presentations in front of classes, how to do debate in English, and how to pronounce English precisely. The school, moreover, covers American literature and idioms in class, which are intelligent education and practical applications. In addition, the school supplies different assistance for students to get their state driver licenses, maintain their immigration statuses, and for all kinds of studying and living problems. The school always provides students the best support and efficient suggestions for problem solving. These are definitely beneficial for all international students to adjust well to a new country.
Thank you for the wonderful school and excellent teachers. I will carry on improving my English ability and maintain everything that I learned from here.
Tzu-Yin Liu (Julie)
May 1, 2009
I have been in the United States since September 2007. Undeniably, I felt everything was quietly fresh at that time. This kind of emotion for me, nonetheless, did not last for a long time. I realized my English ability was not as adequate as I thought. Because of my lack of English as a communication tool, I felt like I was circumscribed by the language barrier.
In order to overcome the language obstacle, I needed to learn English first before I went to a university or even applied to a school. Starting my investment in English learning, I was not fully satisfied with the arrangement of my level in the Atlanta English Institute (AEI) in the beginning. Just like many students would be going to do, I argued with the decision of my level. Fortunately, I was convinced by Julie Ressler, the founder of AEI. She was an enthusiastic and patient person. Because of her, I met my first teacher in level four, Lisa. She was a teacher who designed every exam and homework by logical order. I had my English ability rebuilt. Then, Rochelle taught me the next level of English with lots of fun. Another fundamental different teaching style is my next level's teacher-Mr. Sweatman. Not only was he good at teaching grammar with usefully daily examples but also his sense of humor could make students participate in class easily. By the way, he was always very curious about the lives of his students. In the highest level of the intensive program, I met Kevin, who not only knew how to write but even was proficient at playing with the language. After finishing the intensive program, I studied with Gary and Bassett. Both taught me a lot, and it was not just English but more than that. I had a big picture about how English relates to other languages, such as Spanish, Latin and French. Moreover, I learned how American culture relates to American thinking style and daily life. Therefore, I realized that studying English is not just learning a language but also understanding a culture.
Inevitably, the benefits for me until now have been uncountable. Furthermore, I am going to leave since I got the admission from my ideal graduate school. Likewise, I sincerely hope everyone who attends and prepares to join AEI will achieve what they aspired for.
Chung-Yi Lee (Charles), IEP Graduate Speech
November 26, 2007 (Fall 2007 – Intensive English Program Graduation)
I would like start reminding you of how fortunate we are to be graduating today, because not everyone gets a chance to go to college to learn English, and very few have access to the caliber of education that we have received here.
I will admit that I have worried in the past. Sometimes I have worried about the best way to be a fluent English speaker.. Now I think that we have something in our hands to demonstrate that we really can do it!
As a speaker at our graduation, I* am proud to represent all of the graduating classes from Atlanta English Institute, who are receiving a diploma.
I am only one of the histories in this diverse group of experiences, however, we all achieved our goals, we have been successful in this college and we will make a difference in the future and that is something I am proud of representing.
Allow me to speak for all of us when I say thank you to this school for giving us our college experiences, to the teachers in our departments for opening our minds to the world and to all those who have shaped our lives up until this point, giving us the drive to learn and the ability to finish this monumental goal.
From here we all have different pathways, but we all share the same appreciation for the knowledge given to us by this wonderful school. We now have the tools to show each and everyone of you that we can be a positive influence on the world.
Juan Martin Diaz
November 21, 2007 (Graduate Fall 2007 – Currently Test Preparation)
I feel very lucky to choose this school to improve my English.
Before I came here, I took ESL course in a private university in Ohio. Every class had 25 students, and all those students were from China. Every week we took 15 hours course, such as reading, speaking, listening and writing. I needed to pay about 8,000 dollars per semester. After one semester, I found that I had made little improvement on speaking and listening because all the students around me were Chinese, just as in Chinese school. I couldn’t even speak a whole sentence, so a lot of students transferred from that school, including me.
When I visited my sister in Atlanta, she recommended me AEI. She told me that this was this was a wonderful school. At the beginning, I went to level 6 on ESL program. After two semesters, I really found that I had made a great and fast improvement. When I firs saw Mr. Kolar, my level 7 teacher, he asked me what was the first important thing in learning English. I said: “speaking”. But he corrected me, it was listening. I was really shocked at that time. I followed what he said. When I was driving, I listened to the radio. When I was home, I watched TV. Anytime and Anywhere if I had time. After several weeks, I realized that I can listen well and can speak fluently. I was so excited. Thank you my teachers, I appreciate it!
Anyway, I am so happy to learn English here, and I am enjoying every class here. I hope everybody make a bib progress in learning English in the future.
Yong Chun Yuar, IEP/CAPE/Test Prep
April 27, 2007 (Spring 2007 – Intensive English Program Graduation)
Dear Mrs. Julie Ressler, Dean of students, Mr. Erick Ressler, Director, Joyce Robertson , Academic Provost, distinguished Administrative Assistants and Faculty, proud and relieved parents, ladies and gentlemen, and graduating students, good afternoon, and thank you for this great honor. Indeed, I am deeply honored that you have asked me here to say a few words at this important occasion, which you might find what I have to say worthy of your attention on so important a day.
Standing here, I remember the first day I came to the United States , that day I thought I would become in a great journalist here and my dreams would become reality. I guess some of us think the same that this country would open a new door in our life, would give us the opportunity to improve our lives and changes our destiny.
I decided to study English because my best friend Alex told me that I had to learn English; at first I thought it would be a waste of time because I could already TALK GOOD… Well after all he was right… I did not TALK GOOD, but now I guess I SPEAK WELL…
We as foreigners have common experiences, obstacles that we face in this country; we miss our families and we miss our friends. We confront different problems: economical, getting immigrations papers, loneliness, and a big obstacle is the language.
Adopting new culture is a difficult task, one thing that unites us is that we all are humans with feelings and dreams we all want a better life, we came here to build our future, to become in better humans, to find the opportunities that we did not have in our countries.
This graduation is the first step to conquer the obstacle of language. To Jump over “the language barrier” is the first stage of the competence that we have to complete to achieve our goals in the United States of America .
There are some important things to learn, apply and never forget. I want to mention some of them.
And to my mom who is here today sharing with me this special moment of my life. I love you.
Good luck to everyone and thank you so much
April 27, 2007 (Spring 2007 – Intensive English Program Graduation)
Good afternoon everybody
Like people say, nothing is impossible. When I was in Senegal , I though that I’ll never speak English as I do now.
When I came to United States in September 2005, I was no able to understand anything. People were saying, even though I knew several words. Everybody knows that learning a foreign language is very difficult. Since I came to Atlanta English Institute, I have improved my English a lot. We students don’t practice enough and we’re afraid to talk sometimes due to our native languages. Because of the good staff, I can understand native speakers and communicate with them. I had never though about giving a speech in English in front of people. For that reason I want to thank all the teachers, especially Mr. Brian, Rochelle, Lisa, Mr. Craig, Sarah Lee, Mr. Ray Sweatman and the dean of Student Mrs. Julie Ressler for accepting me in her school. Also I want to thank Mrs. Joyce Robertson , the Director Mr. Eric Ressler and all my classmates. AEI helped me a lot and I wish it would help others who will come here to learn English as a Second Language.
I want to say a special thank to my cousin Hiou for being here and helping.
Thank you for your attention and have a nice afternoon
Yaye Binetou Rassoul, IEP
October 26, 2006 (Fall 2006 – Intensive English Program Graduation)
Ladies and gentlemen, good afternoon!
In today’s demanding and competitive world people have to keep up with the newest information and technology. English is today’s language for excellence. Therefore, the program that we finished is one important step for us to attain a place in this informatics era.
Learning a language requires that we dedicate a long time and strong effort to assimilate the new grammar and vocabulary. Also, the people and materials from which we are learning are very important. For that reason, choosing a school is a vital point in our English learning process. I feel happy to have chosen the Atlanta English Institute, because of all that I have learned and all the people I have met.
I am happy to have this opportunity to thank all my teachers. Their creativity, patience and good sense of humor made those long hours every evening interesting and amusing for us.
Of course, I have to give special thanks to the administrative staff and directors for their kindness and help. The high quality of teaching at the Institute is supported by efficient and warm personnel in the administrative office. Together they are a team of high excellence and humanity and that is what students need.
But for me, studying was not the only source of knowledge here. Meeting people from so many countries has been an incredible experience. During the classes I learned about their countries’ history and customs. This enriched my life and also through their conversation I improved my English. Thank you my friends!
I want to dedicate to all my teachers, classmates and administrative staff, those moments in which I surprisingly found myself speaking fluently or understanding what native people were saying in common talk. You were all present in these fantastic moments.
Thank you so much!
Ana M. Velez, IEP
August 1st, 2006
The Good Opportunity to Study Native English
I came from Korea . I am 47 years old. I have been studying ESL course at A.E.I since October, 2005. Now, I am on vacation. After the vacation, I will take level 7.
When I first started studying English, I had a hard time because I couldn’t speak English well. Since I was afraid of studying English, I was coward and discouraged.
But I thought that studying the native English was a good opportunity which I had never experienced in my life. Therefore, I decided to study English harder and harder.
I recognized that the more I study harder, the more I learn. In addition, all of the teachers’ kindness and passion make me encouraged and impressed.
Day by day, I felt that my English was improving. Sometimes, I still had a hard time to study because I had to keep step with my classmates who were younger than me. I think that the best way which overcomes such a difficult environment is to do my best.
Even though I can’t speak English fluently, I will try to improve my English as I study at A.E.I. I am very happy to study at A.E.I. I especially appreciate A.E.I’s good teachers.
Sung Min Park, IEP/CAPE
June 19, 2006
The Atlanta English Institute is one of the best English Schools. Not only due to its high level English Language teaching capabilities but also because its solid foundation in terms of multi-cultural and diversity environment. My wife and I learned a lot with you and we will carry these teachings for the rest of our lives. We really thank you for everything! You are one of the best.
Joselito Mata Diz
December 16, 2005
This past semester was my first term at the Atlanta English Institute. I have had such a great first experience. I came in mid-term, and everyone was son willing to help me learn my way around. All of the instructors asked me if I needed anything, or gave me tips to make my job more efficient. They also share ideas, which make for a better school all around, and they genuinely care about their students.
The administration is organized and dependable. They take care of all business and other issues in a professional manner. They have a good system in place to make sure they address both student and instructor needs, as well as maintenance or computer issues.
The students are also very friendly, and helped me to get adjusted to a new workplace. The students seem to have very positive relationships with each other, as well as the other instructors and administration. It really is a tight-knit school.
I felt honored to be a part of such a great group of people, and I know that I am working in a great school. Thanks for this opportunity!!
Jeannie Daniel, M.A, Applied Linguistics.
February 10, 2005
Teaching at Atlanta English Institute and becoming a member of its strong community has been a truly outstanding experience as a teacher. Students are not simply taught to speak English, they are immersed in an environment whose focus is not only on academics, but on the overall cultural and education health of each student. There are many private schools and universities in the Atlanta area at which students may come away with newfound skills, but students at AEI come away with much more. They are not simply one of many; they are a significant addition to the school. Students are taught not just to speak English, but to communicate with Americans and understand the culture and values of the nation. I have enjoyed teaching at this institute more than any other I've worked with in the past.
Sara E. Lee, MA, TESOL
October 26, 2004
My name is Baska. I'm from Mongolia. I have been studying at this school for just one session, and I'm in level 4 (Donna's class). I have studied at a few other schools before I came here. In Chicago I studied at "Intrax English Institute", Truman College's ESL program and "University Language Services" in Los Angeles. I had learned something from those schools, but I'm learning much, much more here at A.E.I. Also, I really like the books which we are using.
The environment here is very friendly. Also, my teachers spend a lot of time to help me. Even though I've been studying here only a short time, I think I've learned a lot. I feel that my reading and writing skills have improved significantly in just two months. Even my boyfriend said so!
I want to say "thank you" to everyone for making my experience so enjoyable. I've had such a good time, and you've make it very happy for me here. I hope this school can become the best school in the USA and the whole world. I'm sure you won't have any regrets for choosing to study at A.E.I
Delegpil Baasankhun, IEP
May 5, 2004
I'm a Pastor in a Baptist Church in Lausanne (Switzerland). I came for four months to Atlanta in 2003 and 2004 to learn English as for a pastoral training. I took English courses during three months in the AEI. I could notice after a few weeks how this training was precious to me, particularly for my job. Today I can say that I love English more when I arrived in USA. My deep desire is to continue to improve my level by reading, listening and if possible by discussions with people who speak English. Thank you very much for the good work of the AEI team.
Regis Berdoulat, IEP
April 30, 2004
To All Students, Director, Staff, and Educators at Atlanta English Institute:
As I am about to complete all the levels at AEI after being here for almost a year and a half, I want to express myself about the experience and great satisfaction that I have had in and around this wonderful community.
Through my English learning process here, I have met many people from different countries, backgrounds, and civilizations. By meeting all of them, I learned from each and every one. As a result, it helped me not only to understand others' culture but to enhance my English skills as well.
My time here has been pretty valuable to me, especially from the improvement of my English pronunciation to the writing section.
In addition to that, the Director, the Dean of Students, and all educators have given their best to make learning English better here. They have been flexible and available at any time to help students get through all the issues that some of us may have had, such as how to comply with the immigration rules and regulations as well as the reinstatement process.
I thank you all for everything you have done for us and look forward to the continuing growth of this school for the better service of the generation to come.
God Bless You!
Bah Alpha Oumar, IEP
International Student from Guinea
July 5, 2004
AEI is the right place where you can prove your English at the same time gaining the deep appreciation to kind Christians. Their small scale makes it easier to communicate with instructors. Administration people's willingness to help students is unseen at other places. I personally get many helps from them which still dear my heart. Thank you, Atlanta English Institute.
Jiang Rui, LSAT Test Prep
December 22, 2003
Dear Atlanta English Institute
As you know, I studied at the Atlanta English Institute (AEI) for over one and one-half years, driving ninety minutes each way from Macon, Georgia. The reason I drove this distance and over this extended time was that I felt that the English instruction I received at AEI was superior to anywhere else.
AEI gave me an understanding of the whole English language, In addition to paying close attention to me as a student; the school cared very much about me as a person. I believe my instruction at AEI was an essential factor in my being able to secure an excellent job as a manager with the Georgia Public Safety Training Center. In this position, I have responsibility for over 30 employees and for managing a cafeteria that feeds 1500 - 2000 people daily.
If you decide to attend the Atlanta English Institute, I am sure your time and expense would be well worth it.
Yun Tok Scott (Kim Scott), IEC
November 10, 2003
My name is Andres. I studied for six months at the Atlanta English Institute. When I first enrolled, I did so to improve my English. However, my time at school was more than just an academic experience. I made good friends, had fun, and most important, I learned from so many cultures that now I feel as if I have traveled all over the world.
The experience of studying in a foreign country with people from different cultures is one that completely changes one's perspective of the world. It was a great experience!
Andres Vargas, Test Prep
(Andres went on to study for an MBA.)
October 30, 2003
Today is last day.
I'm moving on Monday.
I talked to the teachers,
I got a test.
I guess I learned a lot.
I feel my English is improved.
I was happy to study at good school.
Jong Suk Paik, IEP
September 11, 2003
I just would like to really say thank you for all the support you and Julie and AEI have offered me during this process of re-instatement. I am really grateful and pray that God would continually enlarge your territory.
Please pray for me.
December 18, 2002
I have been accepted to the Master of Divinity program at Candler School of Theology, Emory University. I thank you for your help. I believed without studying at AEI, I can't make it. Please tell this news to school staff and to my teacher. I wish all the best for the Atlanta English Institute!
Seung Ho Bang
July 28, 1999
This is to recommend the Atlanta English Institute for anyone who wants to study English. I am a visiting professor at Georgia Tech and searched all over the city to find the best school for my daughter, Jean to study English at.
After my search, I felt the Atlanta English Institute was the best school. Since enrolling Jean, my expectations have been more than met. The school not only knows how to teach English, but they care very much for each student. When my wife and I cam in to express a concern, the school had already addressed this concern. Moreover, they have sought to know and to address the proper study objectives for my daughter.
I am very happy with the school and I hereby heartily recommend it.
John Lee, Ph.D.