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Uceda School Officially Launches New Website
Uceda School, the world-wide leader in teaching students ESL, introduced the launching of its brand new website.
After rapid worldwide enlargement of its recently re-launched website, Uceda School is experiencing growth in many of its schools with students who are searching for dependable english classes. Having spanish support on their website expresses Uceda School's obligation to work with many relationships in the Latin American community.
Its English language counterpart is paralleled by the spanish section of the site, focusing on presenting new systems teaching and handling new students that have brought Uceda School success in getting ahead in the education market. In a current growth of reps for the company there were many spanish speaking employees across Latin American markets that were added by the group to better explain their classes and services.
"From Mexico to Venezuela (not to mention all across the globe), we have employees that offer support to nearly every Latin American Nation," said Uceda School representative Bob Smith. "By providing the language-specific section of the website we have been getting a great reaction by the Lati American community from every corner of the nation."
"The Spanish section of the website assists with our student acceptance process, enabling us to walk our students thruogh the different classes that Uceda School (http://www.ucedaenglish.com/
Uceda School plans to carry on its expansion initiatives and representative support classes through its continuing dedication to student development.
About Uceda School:
Uceda School is a leader in the field of teaching English as a second language to students from all over the world. Their innovative methods of instruction to students include making use of numerous techniques to ensure that students advance through the learning process at a radid rate. If you would like to learn more about them please visit their website at http://www.ucedaenglish.com/
Page Updated Last on: Oct 12, 2012