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New York, NY, United States, 2014/10/15 - The Irish Academy of Public Relations announced today that it has entered into a formal agreement with the International School of Languages (ISL) in Santiago - IrishAcademy.com.
This agreement will see all the Academy’s online communications courses in English and Spanish promoted throughout Chile.
‘Our association with the International School of Languages opens up a new market for us and gives us the ability to reach young graduates from all over Latin America. The ISL is a new, very proactive, dynamic language and business school which is just one year old. We are delighted to partner with them and grow our businesses together,” remarked Ellen Gunning, Director of The Irish Academy of Public Relations at the launch today.
The International School of Languages in Santiago provides courses covering a range of topics including Spanish, culture and business. They have business partners in Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Argentina, Peru and Bolivia.
Mariana Bustamante, Director of the International School of Languages in Santiago said, ‘I am very pleased for ISL to be associated with the Irish Academy of Public Relations. I am looking forward to promoting the Academy’s courses to our students who are based in Chile and throughout South America. They will benefit greatly by joining the Irish Academy’s international network of students.’
Online courses have proven to be very popular in South America. This agreement follows the Academy’s announcement earlier this year that the World Trade Centres in Montevideo and Santiago would be promoting their courses across Uruguay, Paraguay and Chile.
The Academy’s online course in public relations (irishacademy.com) is available through five different languages; English, Spanish, French, Polish and Russian. Established over 20 years ago, the Irish Academy of Public Relations has graduates in over 30 countries around the world. Courses include public relations, event management, journalism, social media marketing and grammar.