Tuesday February 21st, 2017
At bai&by we work with fixed prices You will find out how much it will cost to complete your objective successfully once you have completed the level test, as our advisors will tell you immediately if you wish. Have any other language schools committed themselves to you to that extent?
Students who have studied English or Basque using the bai&by intelligent method know first-hand that we are a responsible language centre. They also know that few companies implement the same guarantees as bai&by does for students.
For our team, it is important that people who decide to study languages with us not only feel comfortable with the method and intelligent system, but also with all of the services we provide.
Today we want to let you know what our commitments and guarantees are and why they are important to our team.
It is important to know that when you enrol at bai&by, unlike other language centres, you do so for a number of complete levels, not time. This means that if you want to learn Basque to reach level PL1 because the entrance examination that you want to sit requires it, bai&by assures you that you can achieve your goal using the intelligent method. But, of course, just as we commit to you, we need you to commit yourself to yourself.
We assure you that by maintaining an average of 3 hours of study per week, you will achieve your goal.
We not know how long you will need, but we guarantee that you will be able to study with bai&by for as long as you need, at no extra cost. This is one of the main differences between bai&by and other language centres.
In fact, we would like to remind you that, unlike other language centres, we do not charge by time, but by goals. That means that we assume the costs of your study if you need more time to fulfil your commitments than you initially contracted. No one else can say that, but we put it in writing.
Our average students need 25 hours to successfully complete a level. If you need more, you can rest assured, you can carry on studying until you meet your target. Every learning process is different, because each of us is different; in other words, not everyone learns at the same pace. We are aware of this and we want to support you.
We understand that you cannot just study English or Basque and that there are times when, for work or leisure reasons, you need to take a break from your studies, for example for a business trip or a holiday.
At bai&by we are committed to stopping your learning process for as long as you need and you can pick up where you left off. Remember that we ask to commit to studying for 3 hours a week, we do not want to break your average study because you had to go abroad. Although don’t forget that you can take your tablet and carry on studying 😉
We want you to feel comfortable and get a solid foundation in the language you are studying, so that you can finally stop studying the language and start to learn it.
In addition to the commitments and guarantees we offer you, at bai&by we want to reward your perseverance. If you are studying Basque and take part in conversation classes on a regular basis, we have a special scholarship for you.
This is our third commitment: if in the time you needed to achieve your learning objectives you regularly attended the conversation classes at our centres, we will give you a grant for an amount of between €150 and €1200 at the end of your Basque learning process.
In this case, we also have to demand a commitment from you: what we mean by regular attendance at conversation classes is having attended 70% of them. We want you to commit yourself not to bai&by, but to yourself.
These are three of the commitments that bai&by language centres make to our students, because if you are able to commit yourself, we will commit ourselves to your language learning process. As I mentioned in the first paragraph, we are a Foundation, a socially responsible company. And our responsibility is also to your goals.
We are not just another language centre. After all, we have the only intelligent system on the market for learning Basque or English 😉Volver al blog
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