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BROWNS English Language School Investing in Innovation

Chanel Wells for Study GC | January 2018

A new-world digital platform has been launched by BROWNS English Language School promising to revolutionise the experience of international students in Queensland.

The innovative platform will speed up pre-enrolment and admission processes from an average of 10 days down to 10 minutes, setting BROWNS English Language School at the forefront of innovation in the education industry.

“We have dreamt about digitising the quotation and enrolment process for students – just like where an airline allows for digital ticketing and boarding. We’re very excited this is now a reality with myBROWNS.”

- Richard Brown, Managing Director at BROWNS English Language School

This world-class education provider is eliminating paperwork, streamlining processes and providing real-time content to the world.

myBROWNS will be the central booking system for education agents to connect directly with BROWNS English Language School. Partner education agents can now log into myBROWNS from any desktop, laptop, tablet or phone to complete a student application from the initial enquiring all the way through to enrolment confirmation.

This includes access to instant BROWNS Online Placement Test results and recommended study plans.

BROWNS English Language School is today the largest private English language school in Queensland after growing from humble beginnings. The school was opened in 2003 by dynamic brother and sister combo Richard and Niesha Brown, and today welcomes over 6,000 international students across 5 campuses in South East Queensland.

The school holds accolades including the Australian Government’s Export Award and STM Travel Magazine’s Award for Best English Language School in the Southern Hemisphere.

For further information please contact Ms Chanel Wells, International Marketing Manager, BROWNS English Language School: cwells@browns.edu.au | 07 3221 7871 (ext 1351)

This article was originally published on Study Gold Coast as BROWNS Investing in Innovation.

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