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How can Gymglish help University students?

Hello,
Not sure this is the correct place to post this request. Gymglish seems to be oriented towards business English improvement. This is great and many professionals need this type of program.
I'd like to know whether Gymglish is also adapted to University students, particularly those studying English, which needs are quite different : knowledge of press as well as literary words, translation abilities, accurate pronunciation...
No e-learning or computer program seems to really answer those needs at present. It may be that the market is too small. Of course, one could also add modules of culture and civilization.
Very demanding Jane64

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  • Hello 'Jane64' !
    Here is Willy The Security Guard (of the Delavigne Corp.)
    I think you'll find lots of informations here :
    GymGlish and University
    GymGlish looks for 'Education Partners'!!!
    Best Wishes,
    Willy-






    From Jane64:
    Hello,
    Not sure this is the correct place to post this request. Gymglish seems to be oriented towards business English improvement. This is great and many professionals need this type of program.
    I'd like to know whether Gymglish is also adapted to University students, particularly those studying English, which needs are quite different : knowledge of press as well as literary words, translation abilities, accurate pronunciation...
    No e-learning or computer program seems to really answer those needs at present. It may be that the market is too small. Of course, one could also add modules of culture and civilization.
    Very demanding Jane64

     
  • Hi Willy and many thanks for your answer. Very useful indeed! I had read something about the program being useful to University students as well but hadn't seen that there was a special program for them.


    Tried to register for the UNiversity version but doesn't seem possible since I'm already registered for a trial of the general version.


    I'll try and sort this out by sending an e-mail to the team.


    Many thanks again for your help and best regards.


    Grateful Jane.


  • Hey Jane!
    Here is Willy The Security Guard (of the Delavigne Corp.)
    Concerning the EDUC version, it's quite the same than the GP version (in a 'pedagigical point of view'). The difference concerns mostly the fact that the GymGlish Team deals with a university pedagogical officer, who valides a list of students, who has access to the assiduité, the level, the evolution...
    Best Wishes!
    Willy -


    From Jane64:
    Hi Willy and many thanks for your answer. Very useful indeed! I had read something about the program being useful to University students as well but hadn't seen that there was a special program for them.

    Tried to register for the UNiversity version but doesn't seem possible since I'm already registered for a trial of the general version.

    I'll try and sort this out by sending an e-mail to the team.

    Many thanks again for your help and best regards.

    Grateful Jane.

     
  • bonsoir je suis un medecin algerien qui veux continuer ses etudes medicale de specialisation a l'engletterre alors je voudrai bien que quelqu'un m'aide et m'orionte pour reussir
    card.mono@hotmail.com
  • From Jane64:
    Hi Willy and many thanks for your answer. Very useful indeed! I had read something about the program being useful to University students as well but hadn't seen that there was a special program for them.


    Tried to register for the UNiversity version but doesn't seem possible since I'm already registered for a trial of the general version.


    I'll try and sort this out by sending an e-mail to the team.


    Many thanks again for your help and best regards.


    Grateful Jane.

     
  • I hope that gymglish could help me in my studies!!
  • Hello,
    I'm Miléna, a student who speak not really good english...
    To try learn better english, I began the programm of GymGlish.
    I hope again that GymGlish could help me in my studies!!!
    Best regards

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