E&G introduces New Laundry service system on Feb. 08.
"E&G International Language Center" and "LAUNDRY WORLD" have recently made an agreement that E&G will outsource its in-house laundry work to "LAUNDRY WORLD"
which is one of the best launder service providers in the Philippines, and which already provide quality laundry service to big hotel franchises, hospitals, spa, salons and many other local businesses.
With the help of "LAUNDRY WORLD",
E&G can now guarantee its students the laundry service of better quality.
One more good thing is that students can avail of this laundry service everyday (even on Sundays) and their well washed, dried
and folded laundry items will be returned to them clean only in 1 day and this service is still for free including pick-up and delivery.
Students should only pay "LAUNDRY WORLD" personally only for the particular laundry items (i.e. bags, belt, shoes, cap/hat and others) which need to be charged at different rates and for the general laundry items in excessive of the certain kilos stated in their own laundry vouchers. (If a student studies in E&G for 8 weeks, 40 kg (5 Kg * a total number of weeks) will initially be given to the student and the amount used will be deducted from the initial 40 Kg.)
This new laundry system will be launched as of Feb. 08, 2016, Monday, but this doesn't mean E&G will no longer take care of students' laundry. Those who are currently studying and will study after the launch date can have the option to choose whether to leave their laundry to "LAUNDRY WORLD" or still to E&G, while all new students who are scheduled to start their courses after the launch date should follow the new laundry system.
E&G always exerts every effort to provide its students with better educational and living environment.
Academic Calendar in February
February 1: Deadline for TOEIC test (L&R) in February
February 6: Simulated TOEIC test
February 8: Chinese Luna new year (NO CLASS)
February 13: Official TOEIC test (L&R)
February 26: People Power Anniversary (NO CLASS)
February 26: Monthly Evaluation (in the morning)
1. In case when a student arrives at DAVAO during weekdays;
1.1. PICK-UP SERVICE is provided to the student no matter when he/she arrives.
1.2. The student is supposed to follow the schedule for new students(Level Test / Orientation / Money Exchange) on the following day.
1.3. If the student arrives in the morning, it is left to his/her option whether to follow the said schedule for new students in the afternoon so that he/she can start taking regular classes on the very next day.2. CHECK-IN DAY and CHECK-OUT DAY should be the same;
2.1. If a student checks in on Saturday, this student is supposed to check out on Saturday.
2.2 Ifa student checks in on Sunday, this student is supposed to check out on Sunday.
2.3 If the student needs to stay in E&G Dormitory after the checkout day, Php 1,000/day will be charged.3. Visa Extension
4 weeks or less (Exempted, Php 0)
8 weeks (1st, Php 3,630)
12 weeks (1st + 2nd, Php 3,630 + 4,900)
16 weeks (1st + 2nd + 3rd , Php 3,630 + 4,900 + 2,930) 20 weeks (1st + 2nd + 3rd + 4th, Php 3,630 + 4,900 + 2,930 + 2,930) 24 weeks (1st + 2nd + 3rd + 4th + 5th, Php 3,630 + 4,900 + 2,930 + 2,930 + 2,930)
additional Php 310 only if staying during NOV, DEC, JAN or FEB4. Special Study Permit / ACR I-Card 4.1. SSP is one of the requirements needed for any foreign people to "study" in the Philippines no matter what type of Visa they stay on and this SSP is to be issued to "accredited" language schools, not students; therefore, another SSP should be issued if students transfer to another language school. 4.2. ACR I-Card is a certificate of ailen registration which is only applicable to those who stay in the Philippines over 59 days.