Toronto, ON Canada (PressExposure) August 30, 2012 -- Experiencing unprecedented growth, Omnicom School of Languages places major emphasis on its real asset - qualified top-notch professionals. Omnicom School of Languages is proud to announce the appointment of Francesco D'Elia (firstname.lastname@example.org ) as its new European Marketing Director based in Italy. Mr. D'Elia is a well-rounded bright professional with a wealth of experience in working with educational agents around the globe. Francesco D'Elia will not only ensure consistent branding of Omnicom School of Languages in Europe but also be in charge of Omnicom School of Languages' fast and reliable network of international agents in European countries.
Omnicom School of Languages (www.omnicomstudy.com) is one of the oldest and most successful language schools in Canada (www.omnicomstudy.com) with subsidiaries across the country. It has been helping students learn and perfect their English since 1980. With its award-winning English language courses supplemented with a wide variety of cultural activities, Omnicom School of Languages exemplifies a successful 21st-century language school.
International students benefit from Omnicom School of Languages' traditional, in-class courses as well as from top-notch TESL-qualified teachers. Traditionally, language schools have concentrated on simply teaching language skills, neglecting the cultural component. However, to become truly proficient in their new language and succeed in any future educational pursuits, international students also need to experience the culture of the people who speak that language.
This is what sets Omnicom School of Languages apart from many other schools: a comprehensive integrated approach, which touches on all aspects - academic, social and cultural - of education as well as traditional in-class and innovative online teaching. Omnicom School of Languages is fully recognized and accredited by Languages Canada, and has both the means and the ability to ensure students' successful transition to Canadian colleges and universities.