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Andrioti School of English, Corfu was founded in 1977 by Ms Stella Andrioti, a graduate in English Language and Literature (B.A Aristotle University of Thessaloniki). Ms Patritsia Andrioti, a B.A and M.Ed graduate (B.A Hons University of London, M.Ed University of Bristol), has contributed to the development and modernisation of the school due to her extensive and diverse expertise in English Language Teaching in the UK and Greece.

Andrioti School of English, Corfu is housed at privately owned premises. It is our prime concern to offer our students a safe and well-equipped learning environment.  The school has been approved by the Greek Ministry of Education as to its functionality and safety and operates in accordance with international standards for educational institutions. Andrioti School holds a license and full recognition by the National Organisation for the Certification of Qualifications and Vocational Guidance (E.O.P.P.E.P) - license numbers 2301304/2100615 - as a Language School and Lifelong Learning Centre.

Our classrooms are bright and comfortable. Every classroom boasts an Interactive ‘Smart’ Whiteboard which is used in all classes. Our school also runs a Resource Centre where students can further practise using state-of-the-art computers, and teachers can prepare, research and organise projects. A lending library, of over 300 titles to choose from, is also available for students of all ages and language level to borrow novels.

A modern school ought to develop as well as care for its staff professional development. Our teachers, beyond the fact that they meet the qualifications set by the Greek Ministry of Education, attend training sessions in teaching methodology and seminars at an annual basis.

Thousands of students have attended language courses at Andrioti School of English, Corfu and each one of them describes their experience as unforgettable …

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