Buxiban Owners: Great Opportunity for Extra Income

How would you like to make some easy, and potentially big money this summer?

Now you’re probably thinking, “Yeah right, so what’s the scam?”

No scam. Here’s the deal …

EF (Education First) – the world’s LARGEST language school, with offices in over 45 countries, and serving more than 3 million students since 1965, is interested in cooperating with local schools (and bushibans!) to promote their “Summer Language Travel” programs designed for students age 7-16.

If you’re a small school (or even if you’re big), here’s a great chance to link up with a reputable, trustworthy, INTERNATIONAL educational organization – the biggest in the world! In fact, EF just celebrated their 40th anniversary so they must be doing something right

Besides that, EF has four local offices (Taipei, Taichung, Kaohsiung, Tainan), so you’ll be working directly with the school instead of through an agent. That adds up to better quality; better service; and overall, a safer program for your students.

And there’s more …

EF provides ALL promotional and marketing materials – and they can even arrange an “info seminar” for parents – right at your own school.

All you need to do is … provide the students. And don‘t worry – you won’t have to “sell” the programs yourself. Leave that to the EF staff. If you’re interested in cooperating, the EF sales director will meet with you face-to-face to discuss the best way of introducing the program to your students and/or the parents.

This summer (2005), EF will be sending a total of 26 groups of students (age 7-16) to some of the most popular destinations in the world. Countries include: US, UK, Canada, Australia, and Singapore.

Each program is 2-4 weeks in duration, and includes: sightseeing and cultural excursions, trips to world famous attractions, opportunity to live with a host family (not all programs), attend professional sports events, etc., etc., and of course … part-time study in one of the most innovative and results-oriented language learning programs available anywhere.

If you’d like to learn more about EF, visit: www.ef.com. Unfortunately the local site is all in Chinese but if you click on the link in the middle of the page - the one with the Taiwanese flag (or look at the bottom of the homepage) – you’ll be directed to the international sites.

And then if you think this is something you’d like to offer to your students - an opportunity of a lifetime, an experience they’ll never forget – then please contact Clare Chiu (EF Sales Director) at: 02-8773-5585, or clare.chiu@ef.com