AIS, All Language Centre open new branches

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Oknha Dr. Mengly J. Quach leads the opening of the new branches of AIS and AII Language Center near the Central Market in Phnom Penh.

With a vision to uplift the education quality of the Kingdom, American Intercon School opened its doors for Cambodian students in 2004. It then expanded to other institutions and branches that remarkably drove education up and forward. But as the population continuously grows and the demand for better education rises, Ais and the AII Language Center recently inaugurated is new branches near the Central Mark (Building 1C and 13D, Street 53, Phum 5, Sangkat Psar Thmey 3, Khan Daun Penh) on May 8.

Both institutions – offering different programmes – have long been recognised as an outstanding education provider in the Kingdom. With its outstanding curriculum, strict discipline and student-centered services, students at AIS and AII Language Center do not only absorb knowledge but gain valuable experiences beyond the classrooms.

During the opening of the new campuses, Oknha Dr. Mengly J Quach expressed his excitement in finally welcoming more students to the AIS family. The founder of the Mengly J Quach Education explained that Central Market is a strategic place for the new schools because of its accessibility and security.

“Year after year, there’s an increase in the number of students at AIS and AII. The population grows rapidly. So to respond to this and to enable students to study comfortably, we try to expand and open more branches. We envision our school to focus on quality, discipline and service, which will help us achieve international standard of education,” said Dr. Mengly.

The educationist added, “So far, people have shown their support and trust. And I am planning to expand to 20 more branches including urban areas of Phnom Penh and some potential provinces of Cambodia such as Siem Reap and Battambang province.”

With the new branches, Dr. Mengly said that AIS and AII Language Center will continue to provide the kind of education Cambodians deserve. The new branches will offer the same quality of programmes and activities that have become MJQE’s brand for more than a decade now.



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