English Courses for Japanese Business People in Amstelveen

Private 1:1 English Course. Free first appointment.

Welcome to The English Center, a popular expat English language school for Japanese people living in Netherlands! Ask us about a free intake appointment.

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The English Center was founded in 2009 by American Brenda de Jong-Pauley, MA. Serving Amstelveen, Amsterdam, Den Haag, Rotterdam and the Randstad,  the English Center team always works for our clients to create a learning atmosphere that is welcoming, challenging, and highly personalized. With a team of carefully selected native-speaker teachers from the UK, the US and Canada, we help individuals, groups and corporations achieve their English goals.

英語は世界中で通用するビジネス言語です」

Our locations in Amstelveen include

  • Amsterdam City South at the Solys Business Center, just off the Beneluxbaan
  • Chirurgijn 51, right by the Poortwachter Metro platform and bus stop, just east of Westwijk
  • Your company office! (in-company training)

We are proud to serve many Japanese business people and companies with private, customized English training. Browse our Amstelveen English / Business English private course menu.

  • Private English Courses, beginner – advanced
  • Private Business English Courses, intermediate – advanced
  • Private English Intensive Courses, beginner – advanced
  • In-Company Training, private and group, intermediate – advanced

Both Amstelveen locations have easy parking and good public transport access

The Chirurgijn location has free parking and the Solys Business Center has an inexpensive parking garage right next door.

Please contact us to learn more. We are happy to offer you a free, no obligation intake appointment.

Our Japanese Corporate Clients include

  • Canon Europe
  • Canon Nederlands
  • Mitsubishi Electric
  • Sony Music
  • Yusen Logistics
  • Yamaha
  • Metawater
  • Furukawa Rock Drill Europe
  • Shinko Machineries Europe
  • Suntory
  • Yokogawa Europe Solutions*Sonoma
Let`s get in touch!
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