Welcome


Thank you for taking time to learn about us. The Language Company is here to help you achieve your dream. With us, you will improve your English skills and at the same time build great memories of the United States and its people.

You will study under teachers highly skilled in teaching English to international students. You will have academic counselors to guide you every step of the way. Our cooperating college network will make it easier for you to enter the American university of your choice.

You will grow culturally as well as academically. Activities sponsored by The Language Company feature exploring communities and cities where you experience the American way of life.

As part of our family, you will meet students from faraway places and make new friends. Since 1983, The Language Company has provided superior English instruction and cultural exchange to students worldwide.

We want to help you achieve your English goals. We are ready to help you begin your English Language Adventure. Please contact us today





















Ali Robati, Chairman; Brenda Robati, CEO; Mina Robati Morgan, President

Mission


The Language Company is a globally-minded organization that provides English as a Second Language instruction and cultural opportunities to individuals who are seeking educational, professional, and personal enrichment.

Teaching Philosophy


The Teaching Philosophy of The Language Company is reflected in the Mission Statement: The Language Company is a globally-minded organization that provides English as a Second Language instruction and cultural opportunities to individuals who are seeking educational, professional, and personal enrichment.

To this end, all programs at The Language Company are grounded in pedagogically sound principles of second language acquisition and the development of academic literacy in English as a second language. These principles are infused into all classes across all levels and all language domains of listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

TLC selects instructors who are both knowledgeable and enthusiastic with regards to not only the formal instruction delivered in the classroom but also in less formal settings such as discussion groups and off campus trips. The professionalism and quest for continuously improving the quality of TLC instruction at all centers is supported by opportunities for Professional Development at both the center and corporate level.

Programs at each TLC center support our larger Mission Statement in addressing the needs of all students and support the broader curriculum parameters of The Language Company as a whole while maintaining the individual requirements of each host university or cooperative institution.  The Language Company also values accreditation of all of our centers and the maintenance of that accreditation with ACCET

Overall Goals

  1. Develop and deliver quality programs with distinctly qualified personnel and delivery systems that ensure client and sponsor satisfaction.
  2. Ensure effective governance, leadership, and communication throughout the entire organization.
  3. Ensure a strong financial foundation for the company.
  4. Set standards and ensure opportunities for professional growth and development for all employees.
  5. Develop and deliver quality services to ensure client and sponsor satisfaction satisfaction.
  6. Ensure company vitality through client diversification and fiscal management.
  7. Ensure the company's strategic activities and planning are in line with ESL industry standards and drive the company's mission.

Our Affiliations

 
Image result for accet ACCET was founded in 1974 for the purpose of improving continuing education and training and has been officially recognized by the U.S. Department of Education since 1978 as a “reliable authority” as to the quality of education and training provided by the institutions we accredit. Accreditation serves the interests of companies, agencies, and the public through the establishment of standards, policies, and procedures in conjunction with an objective third-party professional evaluation designed to identify and inspire sound education and training practices. When such a process is matched by an institution’s commitment to high standards and accountability, a partnership for quality becomes reality. Read ACCET's Principles of Ethics for Accredited Institutions.
EnglishUSA is the only organization in the United States that includes all types of intensive English programs (IEPs). With a membership of over 470 accredited IEPs, we are the largest membership organization specifically serving and supporting IEPs in the United States. We support the professional development of IEP leaders and staff, uphold professional standards for IEPs, and increase the visibility of IEPs in the USA.
Image result for ibhe The Illinois General Assembly and Governor Otto Kerner created the Illinois Board of Higher Education in 1961 to plan and coordinate Illinois' system of colleges and universities at a time when enrollments in post-secondary education were taking flight. The goal was to create an agency with the expertise, credibility, and statewide perspective to map an efficient and orderly course for the dramatic growth of higher education then underway.
Since its inception in 1948, NAFSA has been engaged in setting standards and encouraging ethical conduct among individuals, institutions, and organizations active in the field of international education and exchange. The association provides a statement of ethical principles to help guide international educators in providing high-quality education and services to participants in international education and exchange. NAFSA is the largest nonprofit association dedicated to international education and exchange. Read NAFSA's Statement of Ethical Principles.