Delfin unveils junior courses and new brand

22 January, 2014

Delfin School of English, a language provider based in Ireland and the UK, has announced details of its new UK junior centres in London and Oxford for 2014, and has also unveiled a new brand and image.



Delfin’s Oxford teaching campus for summer 2014

The London centre will be based in Holloway, a few minutes from central London, while the Oxford programmes will be in Headington, near the historic city centre.

Both centres offer single-room residential accommodation within walking distance of class, with en suite also available in Oxford. Programmes will consist of 15 hours’ tuition per week with activities every afternoon and evening and half- and full-day excursions.

“We are incredibly excited to be offering junior programmes in London and Oxford this year,” said Sales & Marketing Director, Rory Curley. “We have chosen medium-sized centres to ensure that we will be able to provide the same level of service that we have at our year-round schools, if not better. Feedback from agents has been incredibly positive, with many considering dual-location programmes for teen groups.”

He added, “All the Delfin team are very excited about expanding into the junior market – we’re bringing together a lot of expertise to give teens from all over the world an unforgettable learning, and fun, experience.”

Delfin also recently unveiled a redesigned logo, brochures and marketing materials. The new look comes as part of a focus on developing agent relationships, said Curley.

“Since starting in 2005, Delfin Dublin has become one of the largest schools in Ireland and experienced great success, and as a result Delfin is now in a new growth phase,” said Curley. “We opened our year-round London school, on Bloomsbury Square, at the beginning of 2012 and we will have summer junior centres in the UK in summer 2014. With the new courses and destinations, the time felt right for a refreshed look for Delfin. We’re really happy with the results,” he added.

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