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Crown Institute attends Salon de l’Etudiant in Noumea

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Crown attended the Salon de l'Etudiant in Nouméa on Fri 4 Sep and Sat 5 Sep 2015. The fair was well-attended, and many students visited the Crown stand to find out information on our English language, travel and tourism, hospitality and business courses.



Crown's interpreter and assistant was Mr Paul Vircondelet. Paul did a brilliant job, and also helped Alan (Crown's Director) to improve his very limited French!

If you would like more information about Crown's courses then contact us by emailing info@crown.ac.nz
 

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