Monol International Education Institute, Inc. Maximizing learning through and intensified Spartan Educational System 01 Let’ s have fun speaking in English. History and Achievements 2014 Launched TOEIC and Intensive Speaking ESL curriculum 2013 Launched the new General ESL curriculum Launched International Foundation Group under a Guarantee Program for students who plan to study in colleges or universities 2011 abroad Opened the IELTS course in online English EMONOL 2010 Launched EMONOL Online English classes Became a recommended English Institute by the Department of Tourism in the Philippines Opened the fourth (4th) MONOL Building in Tacay Road, Pinsao 2008 Proper Barangay, Baguio City Conducted a language course in Yonam Institute of Digital Technology Opened the MARTIN Campus in Baguio City 2007 Conducted a language course at the Jinju Gyeongsang University Conducted a language course at the Center for Language Studies 2006 Program in Jinju University 2005 Opened the BRENTWOOD Campus in Baguio City Certifications and Recognitions l 2004 Launched the Junior English Camp Formally launched as a language training center in Baguio City Was recognized to conduct and offer language courses by the 2003 Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and Securities and Bureau of TESDA Business Permit Exchange Immigration TVET Program the Bureau of Immigration of the Philippines Commission Accreditation
Studying English in Baguio City WHY the Philippines? 02 WHY Baguio City? Minimum cost, maximum improvement in English Through man-to-man classes in Monol, students can have 10 times more chances to speak than in typical large group classes. This way, students can boost their confidence and focus more on improving their skills. In addition, they need not worry about meals, cleaning, and laundry. Monol takes care of all these to ensure that students can devote all of their time on studying. Cool weather Baguio City is located 1,500 meters above sea level making it the highest major Philippine city in terms of elevation. It boasts of a year-round temperature of 16 to 25º Celsius, which makes the environment conducive to intensive learning. Conducive environment for learning Unlike other cities, Baguio does not have so many recreational facilities like casinos, gambling houses, pubs, etc. that may distract students from studying. Also, the people of Baguio communicate well in English. This way, students get to practice and apply what they learn in class Well-guaranteed security There is no other place more secure than Baguio. The city’s cool weather is often associated with the mildness and good- naturedness of the people. Thus, crime rate is lower than in other cities. Baguio City : education and tourist city Baguio is considered as the education center of Northern Luzon. There are 10 colleges and 6 universities in the city, including a campus of the University of the Philippines, the top university in the country. Because of its cool weather and quiet atmosphere, Baguio is also developed as a resort city. More commonly known as the Summer Capital of the Philippines, Baguio City features various tourist attractions like the Mansion House (the Presidential Palace), Camp John Hay, Teachers Camp, Philippine Military Academy and various parks to explore.
Advantages of studying in Monol Reasons why Monol is the right choice 03 The strongest Spartan education and management system From 8:00 a.m. to 9 p.m., students follow a strict and hectic study plan. The academy imposes regulations and restrictions that are designed to supervise and manage the students. These sets of rules are helpful for making a productive learning atmosphere. School-wide and Dormitory
24-hour speak-in-English policy Through the English-Only-Policy, students are required to speak in English at all times even during meals and inside dormitory rooms. This way, they are trained that speaking in English becomes a way of life. Living with a teacher in a room :
3+1 dormitory system By living with a teacher in a room, students are not only able to speak in English but also develop a good relationship with their teachers. Since a 3+1 room merges people with different cultural backgrounds, students under this program can improve their English much faster than others. “Gather together and have fun with English” diverse activity programs Various activities are regularly held in Monol to help students relieve stress from a Spartan education system. The academy organizes city tours, 3+1 activities, parties, fun sports tournaments, and club activities, which are all done in English. Provides various curriculums for students MONOL has developed its curriculums as well as books and other educational materials to facilitate and guarantee the students’ swift and effective learning of the English language. The academy offers courses like General ESL, IELTS, Business English, Flight Attendant Training Program and TOEIC to meet the diverse needs of the students. Monol International Education Institute, Inc.
Student Services Student Services 04 Room Cleaning and Laundry To make the students’ stay more comfortable, Monol provides room cleaning and laundry service for free to relieve them the task of doing it themselves. Schedules are followed on the requests for these services. Counseling and Medical Assistance Through counseling, students are able to address their concerns and issues to the management. These can be done in group or individual sessions. Further, students are given medical attention on their health concerns with the help of a Company Nurse. Gym and Sports Facilities Gym and sports facilities of Monol are open any time of the week for students and employees. Students who wish to seek advice on fitness can also consult gym and yoga instructors, who conduct sessions regularly. Visa Extension To avoid conflict and inconveniences, Monol assists students in the processing of their study permits and visa extensions. Notices are posted regularly to inform students of the necessary procedures and fees to settle. Books Monol authors and reproduces textbooks and workbooks used by students for their classes. Students are given a booklist every start of the term for their subjects and will purchase these materials inside the academy. Pick-up The academy schedules pick-up once to, at most, twice in every term to ensure the safety of the students upon their arrival in the Philippines. Registrations for these services are arranged earlier to accommodate all requests. Monol International Education Institute, Inc.
Sparta management system Sparta management system 05 STUDY Apart from regular offl ine classes, MONOL also provides preparatory and post-study courses online. This is made possible by the M-POP system. Preparatory online ↓ Offl ine studying ↓ Post online Monol recognizes 3 distinct factors in ensuring effective learning among its students: curriculum, course materials, and Self-Study. Class- oriented curriculum Effective HEALTH Learning Self-Study Course Organizes various indoor and outdoor sports and 3Rs materials activities such as basketball, soccer, bowling, futsal, table tennis and badminton. Offers yoga, pilates, weightlifting, and work- *The 3Rs system (Review, Rewrite, Read out loud) out activities assisted through yoga and gym recognizes the need for retention and repetition during instructors. Self-Study. The combination of these factors defi nes the Recommends specially designed diet programs. uniqueness of every classroom activity and also Gives initial diagnosis and assistance through a promotes continuity of practice through workbooks registered nurse. and homeworks. ♪ LIFE LEISURE Enforces the use of 24-hour English: Organizes diverse club activities (photography, fi lm English Only Policy showing, yoga, sport tournaments, etc.) Practices Advisory System from teacher-in-charge Recommends exciting weekend activities (cave and mine exploration, mountain trekking, beach and island hopping, surfi ng, scuba diving, etc.) Offers 3+1 dormitory: 3 students with a teacher Holds delightful weekday activities (Recognition Conducts regular counseling Day, parties, and talent showdowns.) Provides immediate assistance and information for Requires monthly evaluations students’ trip and operates emergency notifi cation.
Daily & Monthly Schedule Daily & Monthly schedule 06 l Daily Schedule l 06:00-07:00 Wake-up time ........................................................................................................... 07:00-08:00 Breakfast ........................................................................................................... 08:00-12:00 Regular classes ........................................................................................................... 12:00-13:00 Lunch ........................................................................................................... 13:00-17:00 Regular classes ........................................................................................................... 17:00-18:00 Break time ........................................................................................................... 18:00-19:00 Dinner ........................................................................................................... 19:00-21:00 Self-Study ........................................................................................................... 21:00-24:00 Free time ........................................................................................................... 24:00- Bed time l Monthly Schedule l Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri 1 2 3 4 5 Level Test Orientation Pick-up City Tour Revalidation Test Self-Study Self-Study Recogniton Day Sports Night 6 7 8 9 10 Self-Study Self-Study Free Friday 11 12 13 14 15 Meeting with new Graduation Self-Study Self-Study IELTS mock exam TOEIC mock exam Sports Night students Meeting 16 17 18 19 20 Free Friday Business Final Examinations Self-Study Self-Study Term Evaluation Presentation Review Class Exercise Class Graduation
General ESL course Speak out! 07 General ESL General ESL is a language course that focuses on the improvement of a student’s skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing, as well as in grammar and pronunciation. The General ESL program offers two (2) courses: Regular ESL and Intensive Speaking ESL with proficiency levels that define the ability of the students to comprehend, express and communicate with English. The progress of students are determined every eight (8) weeks with the enforcement of regular examinations, final tests every term, homework, workbook output, and various classroom activities. Regular ESL Starting day: every 2 weeks (designated days) Requirement: registered study program should have a minimum duration of eight (8) weeks Program features Composed of five subjects with two proficiency levels: Foundational ESL and Essential ESL Constitutes seven (7) hours of lectures and practice with three (3) hours and 30 minutes of free optional classes in a day Provides level-appropriate textbooks, workbooks and media authored and produced by the academy Conducts regular examinations for the assessment of students’ skills Practices continuous supervision and checking of homework and workbooks Establishes complete class guidelines on educational materials for better facilitation of learning Evaluates students using a Percentage Grading System Enforces a Bridge Program to students who fail to reach the passing score on every level PROGRAM FOUNDATIONAL ESL ESSENTIAL ESL IELTS Score 2 3 4 5 6 Elementary Advanced Elementary Intermediate Advanced ESL LEVEL 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks General ESL class
General ESL course 08 Subject Description Subjects Type Duration Description This subject equips students on the critical skills in listening comprehension as tools for successful communication. It does Listening 1:1 2 hours so by having students listen to carefully prepared listening class materials that expose them on how the English language is sounded, heard and decoded for meaning. This subject strengthens the reading speed and at the same time the comprehension skill of each student. The course also 1:1 Reading 1 hour helps improve his/her skills of concentration, retention, and class decoding unknown words to become a better, more fluent reader. This subject gives each student maximum opportunity to understand and speak the English language to improve his/ Speaking 1:4 2 hours her level of proficiency in verbal communication. The course class primarily focuses on speaking practices as well as expression and vocabulary expansion. This subject exposes learners in the art of writing as a communicative tool through systematic activities and Writing 1:4 1 hour evaluative exercises. Further, this subject provides a venue for class actual writing practice incorporating vocabulary, grammar, fundamentals, writing elements, and effective writing techniques. This subject teaches students the standard American English pronunciation. It is focused on the processes behind the Pronunciation 1:4 1 hour correct recognition and accurate production of the different class sounds in the English language both at word and sentence levels. This subject aims to maximize the break time of students Discussion Optional 1 hour by providing venues for exchanges and discourses. It 1:1 class tackles varying topics that expands vocabulary and tests comprehension as well as expression.
General ESL course 09 Grading System Students who fail to reach the passing grade of 80% and get a Final Grade of 76 and below after 8 weeks automatically go through the Bridge Program for 4 weeks. On the other hand, Revalidation Tests are given to students who get a Final Grade of 77-79 after 8 weeks as another opportunity to advance their profi ciency level. Students who fail to pass these tests need to go through the Bridge Program. Duration: 4 weeks Examination (30%) + Class Standing (30%) + Workbook (25%) + Attendance (15%) SUBJECT GRADE Duration: 4 weeks Listening (25%) + Reading (20%) + Speaking (25%) + Writing (20%) + Pronunciation (10%) COURSE GRADE Duration: 8 weeks [Couse Grade 1 (4 weeks) + Course Grade 2 (4 weeks)] Couse Grade 1 (50%) + Course Grade 2 (50%) FINAL GRADE Intensive Speaking ESL Starting day: every 2 weeks (designated days) Requirement: registered study program should have a minimum duration of eight (8) weeks Program features Composed of core and elective subjects set in man-to-man classes Highlights more speaking activities and classroom exercises to allow students to acquire and strengthen their speaking skills and develop fl uency through communicative student-centered tasks. Constitutes fi ve (5) hours of lecture and practice with three (3) hours and 30 minutes of free optional classes in a day Flexible class procedure and management Incorporates supplementary activities for the improvement of PROGRAM INTENSIVE SPEAKING ESL skills other than speaking IELTS Score 4 5 6 Provides students maximum opportunities to improve and Elementary Intermediate Advanced expand vocabulary, comprehension, ESL LEVEL conversation, and pronunciation 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks skills
Intensive Speaking ESL course 10 Subject Description Subjects Type Duration Description This subject is designed to give the learner maximum opportunity to understand and speak the English language to improve his level of proficiency in verbal communication. English Communication This is achieved by providing intensive practice of useful, 1:1 Development (ECD) 2 hours practical, and level appropriate English as well as exposing class the student to the different speaking methods and techniques and by providing the appropriate vocabulary, expressions, and sentence structures for his immediate use on any given discourse scenario. Developing Basic This subject is designed to enhance and develop the 1:1 Comprehension (DBC) 1 hour student’s listening comprehension as a tool for successful class communication. This subject provides the student an ideal venue for practicing English vocabulary, listening comprehension, and verbal communication on diversified topics to advance English Picture Description (PD) 1:1 1 hour proficiency. This is achieved mainly through pictures related class to a topic with the aid of presented vocabulary as well as relation questions and expressions that stimulate discussion to amplify the student’s speaking opportunity. This subject aims to maximize the break time of students Optional *Discussion Elective 1 hour by providing venues for exchanges and discourses. It tackles varying topics that expands vocabulary and tests 1:1 class comprehension as well as expression. *Elective subjects serve as supplementary classes to students. They may opt not to take these lessons or complete a total of five (5) class hours in a day. They can choose one among the two offered 1:1 elective classes in addition to the three (3) core subjects: English Communication Development, Developing Basic Comprehension, and Picture Description.
IELTS course Greater chances to achieve target! 11 IELTS The IELTS course is offered to students who plan to study or work abroad and aims to train students towards the goal of achieving a high Band Score in either the British Council or IDP Australia IELTS exams. Using the Academic Module, this program provides an Introductory and Proper courses to students that are designed for an intensive study program of six (6) months. Starting day : every 4 weeks (designated days) Requirements : 8-week study program; 4.0 Band Score in the Mock exam conducted upon arrival in Monol or Completion of the Regular ESL course’s Intermediate level Program features Constitutes eight (8) hours of lecture and practice with three (3) hours and 30 minutes of free optional classes in a day Offers Elective Practice subjects set in man-to-man classes for a more intensive studying on skills that need more improvement Conducts IELTS mock exams every term as qualifying tests to applicants Requires applicants to achieve a passing score of 4.0 to qualify for the course or complete the Intermediate level of the General ESL course Provides textbooks and other related media authored and produced by the academy Assists students in testing applications Assesses students through weekly exams in all subjects and mock exams every term Offers a Guarantee Program to students who fail to achieve the target band score within a specific time period PROGRAM INTRODUCTION TO IELTS IELTS PROPER IELTS Score 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.5 Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4 Term 5 Duration 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks IELTS Score guarantee class Description This program is offered to support students in achieving a band score within a target number of weeks. 5.5 Band Score within 12 weeks from 4.0 6.0 Band Score within 12 weeks from 5.0 Guarantee Score 6.5 Band Score within 12 weeks from 6.0 7.0 Band Score within 12 weeks from 6.5 Advantage Failure to achieve the target Band Scores entails free tuition (excluding accommodation and other fees) Scope All Regular IELTS students Requirement Full payment of tuition and accommodation fees Students must have: Conditions - 95% Attendance in classes - Perfect attendance in Mock exams conducted every term
IELTS course 12 Program Description PROGRAM Type Duration Subjects l Introduction to IELTS l Reading Lecture Introduction to IELTS is the first stage of the IELTS course, Listening Lecture which is given to students on their first two (2) terms. This 1:5 1 hour each class (5 hours) Speaking Lecture program constitutes lecture subjects on the four (4) skills Writing Task 1 Lecture and introduces all the basics of the IELTS testing format; Writing Task 2 Lecture from the structure of the exams to the terms and procedures in answering questions. *Elective Practice 1:1 1 hour each class (3 hours) *Elective Practice *Elective Practice l IELTS Proper l Reading Practice Students who have already mastered the procedures and 1:5 1 hour each Listening Practice terms used for the IELTS testing format take on the IELTS class (5 hours) Speaking Practice Writing Task 1 Practice Proper Program, which is composed purely of Practice Writing Task 2 Practice subjects. During this program, they are thoroughly prepared and trained by their teachers through exercises and *Elective Practice applications. 1:1 1 hour each *Elective Practice class (3 hours) *Elective Practice Subject Description Subject Type Duration Lecture subjects for the four (4) skills introduce basic terms and procedures 1:5 related to the actual IELTS exams. Here, students are acquainted with Lecture methods, approaches and possible topics on exams alongside the continuous Listening Class improvement of abilities and vocabulary. Speaking Reading Contrary to Lecture subjects, Practice subjects focus more on how students Writing Task 1 prepare for the actual IELTS exams. This is done through series of exercises 1:5 Writing Task 2 and applications inside classrooms, wherein students are trained to answer Practice questions just as though they are taking the real exam. Teachers, meanwhile, Class provide suggestions and corrections after every exercise for the students’ improvement. Elective Practice subjects are conducted in man-to-man classes chosen by *Elective Practice IELTS students according to their need. They can choose three (3) subjects 1:1 Class among Listening, Reading, Speaking, Writing Task 1 and Writing Task 2 every term. IELTS class
Business English course Be the best you can be! 13 Business English Business English is a specialized course of learning that is related to the language used in business and professional careers. It offers three (3) courses: Pre-employment, Post-employment and Flight Attendant Training, which have varying modules and approaches that are essential in building charisma and confidence alongside effective communication. Starting day : every 4 weeks (designated days) Requirements : 8-week study program; a score of 65 points over 100 in the entrance exam or completion of the
Regular ESL course’s Intermediate level Program features Constitutes seven (7) hours of lecture and practice with three (3) hours and 30 minutes of free optional classes in a day Offers three (3) courses: Pre-Employment, Post-Employment and Flight Attendant Training Requires applicants to achieve a score of 65 points over 100 in the entrance exam to qualify for the three (3) courses or complete the Intermediate level of the General ESL course Provides textbooks and reference materials authored and produced by the academy Opens opportunities and venues for lesson application through business presentations, advertising campaigns, and mock interviews Trains students to easily adapt to and cope with possible challenges encountered within varying working environments Program Description COURSE Term Type Duration Subjects l Pre-Employment l 1:1 2 hours Cover Letter and Resume Writing This program aims to prepare students class 1 hour Company Background Research for job opportunities, particularly on Term 1 4 weeks 2 hours Standard Job Interview 1 interviews. Subjects under this program 1:5 1 hour Group Discussion Interview 1 focus on the improvement of students’ class 1 hour Presentation Interview 1 skills in writing and listening in relation to business vocabularies, at the same time; 1:1 2 hours Essay Writing teach them on how to create a good class 1 hour Career Planning impression to future employers. Term 2 4 weeks 2 hours Standard Job Interview 2 1:5 1 hour Group Discussion Interview 2 class 1 hour Presentation Interview 2 l Post-Employment l 1:1 2 hours Business Correspondence This program improves not only the Term 1 class 1 hour Business Reading 1 students’ English skills in writing and 4 weeks 1:5 2 hours Business Presentation and Plan reading but also increases their self- class 2 hours Business Communication 1 confidence. It also serves as their training ground for business presentations and 2 hours Reports, Newsletters,Press Releases, 1:1 advertising campaigns as well as effective and Blogging class communication within workplaces. Term 2 1 hour Business Reading 2 4 weeks 1:5 2 hours Marketing and Advertising Campaign class 2 hours Business Communication 2
Business English course 14 Presentations, mock interviews, text and video resume, etc. are among the major requirements of the Pre-Employment and Post-Employment Program. Business English Class Program Description COURSE Term Type Duration Subjects l Flight Attendant l 1:1 2 hours FA Listening 1 This program is offered to students class 1 hour FA Writing 1 who wish to enter a career as a flight Term 1 4 weeks 2 hours FA English 1 attendant. Apart from improving English 1:5 1 hour FA Interview 1 skills, this program also equips students class 1 hour FA Group Discussion Interview 1 with abilities that are relevant to the duties of a flight attendant and trains 1:1 2 hours FA Listening 2 them on how to efficiently execute these. class 1 hour FA Writing 2 Term 2 4 weeks 2 hours FA English 2 1:5 1 hour FA Interview 2 class 1 hour FA Group Discussion Interview 2
TOEIC course Be ready to compete in the workforce! 15 TOEIC The TOEIC course is offered to students who wish to pursue employment and a fulfilling career in the global workplace. It is comprised of two (2) sections - Listening and Reading Comprehensions and is designed for a 16-week study program. The course provides in-depth lectures and practices to equip students with strategies on how to achieve a high TOEIC score and to provide venues and opportunities for the enhancement of communication skills needed in an international environment. Starting day: every 4 weeks (designated days) Requirement: 8-week study program; a score of at least 450 in the entrace test or Completion of the Regular ESL course’s Elementary level Program features PROGRAM INTRODUCTION TO TOEIC TOEIC PRACTICE Comprised of two (2) sections - Term 1 2 3 4 Listening and Reading Duration 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks 4 weeks Comprehensions Provides on-going introduction, review and practice of the TOEIC Test as well as English grammar, vocabulary and general communication activities Constitutes seven (7) hours of lectures and practice with three (3) hours and 30 minutes of free optional classes in a day Introduces TOEIC-related vocabulary as well as detailed strategies to eliminate wrong answers and determine correct answers Conducts complete practice tests to better acquaint students with the testing format and to assess improvement of skills Offers supplementary lessons through Elective subjects, set in either man-to-man or group classes Program Description PROGRAM Terms Description The first two terms of the TOEIC program consist primarily of lectures covering the Introduction different parts of the TOEIC test as well as the strategies and approaches to properly 1 and 2 to TOEIC respond to questions. Alongside these essential classroom discussions are several 8 weeks exercises for practice and application and Elective subjects that support the skills improvement of students, particularly targeting vocabulary expansion and grammar. Subject Description Subjects Type Duration Scope Listening 1 Photographs Listening 2 1:4 1 hour each Question-Response Reading 5 & 6 class (3 hours) Incomplete Sentences (5) & Text Completion (6) Listening 3 & 4 1:1 1 hour each Conversations (3) & Talks (4) Reading 7 class (2 hours) Reading Comprehension Group Elective 1:4 class 1 hour Grammar TOEIC a. Vocabulary 1:1 *1:1 Elective class 1 hour b. Discussion c. Reading d. Listening *There are four (4) elective subjects offered as supplementary lessons to students. Based on their needs, they can choose one 1:1 Elective subject among the four (4) offered classes.
TOEIC course 16 Program Description PROGRAM Terms Description The last two terms of the TOEIC program are exclusively composed of TOEIC Practice 3 and 4 practice subjects in preparation of the actual TOEIC listening and reading 8 weeks comprehension tests. It conducts full tests three (3) times in a week along with discussions for corrections and feedback every after exam. Subject Description Subjects Type Duration Scope Listening 1 Photographs Listening 2 1 hour each 1:4 Question-Response class (3 hours) Reading 5 & 6 Incomplete Sentences (5) & Text Completion (6) Listening 3 & 4 1:1 1 hour each Conversations (3) & Talks (4) Reading 7 class (2 hours) Reading Comprehension Full tests are mock tests given to the students as if they are taking the actual *Full Tests 1:1 2 hours TOEIC exam. It is facilitated every other day wherein corrective feedback on class the test results of students are discussed the day after the exams. Free Optional Classes Free classes are offered to all students regardless of course. They can choose any subject that would support their needs or may opt to take it all to maximize their learning! Subjects Type Duration Description This class covers topics on general Morning Class 30 min pronunciation and grammar, which serve as a warm-up activity for students. This subject provides comprehensive instruction in the main areas of English Grammar Class 1:∞ 1 hour grammar as well as the standard patterns class of English sentences. It is conducted based on the current level of students. These classes are considered as an alternative for weekday self-study. Classes Night Class 2 hours offered provide supplementary knowledge on IELTS Speaking, TOEIC Speaking, or English Job Interview.
Facilities MONOL NAVIGATION 17 14F What are the special offers of the Monol 3+1 program? 1. Through teacher`s guidance, students are encouraged to speak in English in their room. Monol International Education 2. Students can always ask room teachers to aid 8F-13F them in difficult tasks or answer queries. 3. Students can have a unique experience living with other nationalities. 4. There are 3+1 fun and learning-based activities designed only for the students under this program. Room for 2 students Room for 3 students 7F Classrooms, Table tennis and Billiards room Dormitory for male students Dormitory for male students Dormitory for male students Lobby Offices Dormitory for female students, Clinic 6F Dormitory for female students Dormitory for female students Lobby, Offices, Library, Basketball court, AVR Dining hall Computer room Dining room, Kitchen, Computer room, Gym, Conference room 1F-5F Classrooms, Sauna, Coffee shop Classrooms Classrooms Classrooms, Laundry room Man-to-man classroom Group classroom Yoga room
Facilities 18 Monol International Education Relaxation room Billiard table Table tennis table Room for 3 students Room for 4 students Clinic Bunk bed Offices Library Lobby Basketball court Computer room Gym Yoga Gym Group classroom Laundry area Coffee shop Sauna
Activities Let’ s have fun speaking in English. 19 Monol’s Activity Pick-up with teachers Students receive a warm welcome and experience first hand hospitality from teachers upon arrival. City Tour Students and teachers get a chance to enjoy and explore the beauty of the city. Recognition Day Exciting and educational activities are facilitated every start of a term during the academy’s Recognition Day. Fun-Fun sports Regular sports tournaments such as basketball, bowling, billiards, futsal, badminton, etc. are enjoyably participated by many. Outreach Programs Charitable activities are organized wherein volunteers immerse in the local community through tree-planting, orphanage visits and clean-up drives. Naturally, students who join these activities receive certificates of participation.
Power health and yoga class Activities Viable health training program facilitated by gym and yoga instructors is available. 20 3+1 activity Fun and learning-centered activities are regularly
organized every term for students under the 3+1 program. These activities, which are prepared by room teachers, are exclusively for the 3+1 program. Parties and Contests Every term is capped parties where students and teachers showcase their talents and skills. Such event also serves as a venue for teachers, students and staff to interact and enjoy activities as one family. Famous attractions in Baguio and neighboring cities ① Beaches : Hundred Islands, Bolinao, San Fernando ② Beach sports : scuba diving, banana boat, surfing, jet ski ③ Cave adventure : Sagada, Bingaongao ④ Volcano adventure : Mt. Pinatubo ⑤ Mine exploration ⑥ Various activities : mountain climbing and bicycling
Pick-up and send-off Group 21 Pick-up service l Group Pick-up Service l Monol picks up students on designated days only. Students arriving earlier than the pick-up time should wait for those who are expected to land within the pick-up time before departing to Baguio City. Date once in 2 weeks (Saturday) Place all airports in Manila Time 8pm ~ 1am (Sunday) *based on Philippine standard time Group Pick-up Schedule for 2014 Group Pick-up Schedule for 2015 Jan 11, 25 Jul 12, 26 Jan 10 Jul 25 Feb 8, 22 Aug 9, 23 Feb 7 Aug 22 Mar 8, 22 Sep 6, 20 Mar 7 Sep 19 Apr 5, 19 Oct 4, 18 Apr 4 Oct 17 May 3, 17, 31 Nov 1, 15, 29 May 2, 30 Nov 14 Jun 14, 28 Dec 13, 27 Jun 27 Dec 12 *Dates marked red in 2014 are the term starts for Post ESL courses: IELTS, Business English, and TOEIC. Minimum number of days in one term is 18 days. Make-up classes are set in terms with lesser days. Arrival schedule Departure schedule One week before Orientation Inspection, Clearance Graduation day Departure day Group pick-up Depart to Manila One day after arrival Simple Orientation, City tour One day after graduation Arrive in Manila Two days after arrival Level test, Orientation, Filling out of Accommodation for two days after graduation is provided with documents additional payment. (1,000 PHP/day) Getting to Manila One week before the graduation of students, a simple orientation is given to brief them on the necessary procedures before leaving the campus until they reach the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.. Graduating students can take the infamous airport limousine that can drop them off at a certain airport terminal. From here, students can transfer to other airport terminals using various shuttles of airlines or bus companies. Public transport like taxis, buses, and trains crowd the Manila streets all the time. However, with services such as these, students are assured to have a safe and secure travel from Baguio to Manila, and likewise, have a more convenient mode of transport.
Tuition and other fees Tuition and fee registration 22 rules l Fees paid before arrival in the Philippines l Registration fee $ 100 Non-refundable Pick-up service fee $ 50 Group pick-up at the Manila airport on designated dates Regular ESL/Intensive Speaking ESL $ 1,210 / 4 weeks Includes accommodations in a Tuition room for 4 dormitory Business English $ 1,230 / 4 weeks IELTS/TOEIC $ 1,280 / 4 weeks *Minimum duration of study program: 8 weeks Room for 2 dormitory $ 200 / 4 weeks Additional fees for: Room for 3 dormitory $ 70 / 4 weeks 3 students + 1 teacher dormitory $ 120 / 4 weeks Round trip flight Depends on travel agencies and seasons Student’s insurance In case of emergencies (Required) l Fees paid upon arrival in the Philippines l SSP 6,300 PHP [Special Study Permit] Every six (6) months ACR I-CARD 3,000 PHP After 59 days (Required) Security Deposit $ 100 or 4,500 PHP Refundable on Graduation Day 1st 3,430 PHP 2nd 4,700 PHP Visa extension 3rd 2,730 PHP Depends on the duration of stay 4th 2,730 PHP 5th 2,730 PHP Books 200-300 PHP / book (estimated cost) Prices are based per volume and depends on subject and course Utilities (water and electricity consumption) 400 PHP / 4 weeks (estimated cost) Measured by a gauge and divided into the number of users every 4 weeks l Total fees (includes registration, pick-up service, tuition and dormitory) l Curriculum Dormitory 8 weeks 12 weeks 16 weeks 20 weeks 24 weeks Room for 2 $ 2,970 $ 4,380 $ 5,790 $ 7,200 $ 8,610 Regular ESL/ Room for 3 $ 2,710 $ 3,990 $ 5,270 $ 6,550 $ 7,830 Intensive Speaking ESL Room for 4 $ 2,570 $ 3,780 $ 4,990 $ 6,200 $ 7,410 3+1 $ 2,810 $ 4,140 $ 5,470 $ 6,800 $ 8,130 Room for 2 $ 3,110 $ 4,590 $ 6,070 $ 7,550 $ 9,030 Room for 3 $ 2,850 $ 4,200 $ 5,550 $ 6,900 $ 8,250 IELTS/TOEIC Room for 4 $ 2,710 $ 3,990 $ 5,270 $ 6,550 $ 7,830 3+1 $ 2,950 $ 4,350 $ 5,750 $ 7,150 $ 8,550 Room for 2 $ 3,010 $ 4,440 $ 5,870 $ 7,300 $ 8,730 Room for 3 $ 2,750 $ 4,050 $ 5,350 $ 6,650 $ 7,950 Business English Room for 4 $ 2,610 $ 3,840 $ 5,070 $ 6,300 $ 7,530 3+1 $ 2,850 $ 4,200 $ 5,550 $ 6,900 $ 8,250
l Registration and refund policy l Registration • Enrollment is encouraged through accredited agencies associated with Monol. Unless circumstances require it, direct registrations are not entertained. • The ideal minimum duration of stay is 8 weeks. Extension of study programs are gladly accepted. • Registration can only be finalized after submission of necessary forms and tuition remittance. • Tuition and other fees must be paid 4 weeks before arrival in the Philippines. If payment is impossible due to personal reasons, it is necessary to inform Monol as soon as possible. Cancellation of registration • Cancellation of registration must be made through the agency that students initially register with. • Registration fee is not refundable. • If tuition and other fees are not fully paid within 4 weeks prior to arrival in the Philippines, the registration is automatically cancelled. • For cancellation of study in the middle of the program, Monol will follow a refund policy. Delay • Refund for missed class days are not given to students who arrive late in the academy without valid reasons • The pick-up service fee is not refunded to students who cannot arrive within the pick- up time due to personal reasons. Refund policy • If a student is expelled for incurring numerous violations, refund they are entitled to receive will be forfeited. • If a student stops studying due to personal reasons, s/he will receive a refund depending on the remaining period of stay. • Refunds can be received 30 days after forwarding the written request to the management. • For more information, please visit our website (www.mymonol.com) Monol International Education Institute, Inc. Purok 9, Tacay Road, Pinsao Proper, Baguio CIty, Philippines, 2600 Tel. 63-74-442-0383 Fax. 63-74-442-6869 E-mail. email@example.com Monol Korea Office 1509, (Gwancheol-dong) 67, Cheonggyecheon-ro, Jongro-gu, Seoul, Korea (110-111) Tel. 82-2-535-1837 Fax. 82-2-6008-8867 E-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org