Inlingua Singapore
3.285715
Average: 3.3 (14 votes)

Inlingua Singapore

Description supplied by school: 

Inlingua School of Languages has been operating in Singapore since 1972 and offers a choice of more than 12 different languages. With effective learning in small groups, a well-integrated syllabus, rigorous performance assessments, and a truly global mix of nationalities, you will find a very warm welcome at inlingua School of Languages.

Operating Since: 
1972
51 Cuppage Road, #10-12
229469
Singapore
+65 6737 6666
3.285715
Average: 3.3 (14 votes)

Reviews

Kevin koh

1
2 Bad Experiences: #inlinguafail Attended 10 Malay classes. From end of last class in Dec till now, no definitive date for when next module is starting is starting. Attrition from the first course was high. Stupidly recommended school to friend. He paid in Feb for a course starting in Apr. When he physically turned up for class, was ONLY told then that it was postponed. Subsequently, he was then told that the class is cancelled due to lack of numbers. Asked for refund and after 2 weeks it is still processing. Appalling that after asking for payment and being paid, class is postponed and then cancelled at a whim. Absolutely unprofessional. If you are looking to commit long-term to mastering a language thru a lang. school (particularly for Malay), please look elsewhere.
Teachers: 
1
Facilities: 
1
Accomodation: 
1
Location: 
1
Value: 
1
Student Diversity: 
1
What could this school do better?: 
improve your school standards
Your age at the time of your course: 
18 to 22
Type of course you attended: 
Other
Seok ping

1
Similar to another review posted here. Administrative management of this school is very bad. I received an email stating that my module was confirmed and starting on 16 April 16 to which I replied that I would make payment on the first day of class and inlingua did not object to that. When I turned up for class on 16 April I told that the class was not confirmed. They never bothered to inform me that the class was cancelled. Simply pushing the blame to me that I did not make payment and that I could easily have made payment via ibanking. But looking at reviews here, it seems like students will likely have a hard time getting refunds for classes that are cancelled. No apology was given. And I never received any certificates for the past 3 modules that I took with them. I had to request for it and I'm waiting to see if these certificates would materialise. Please do something about your admin.
Teachers: 
1
Facilities: 
2
Accomodation: 
1
Location: 
1
Value: 
0
Student Diversity: 
1
What could this school do better?: 
train your staffs well.
Derek Lim

1
I totally agree with all the comments that have been made here on the admin staff. You are just a number in their books; not only unhelpful, but they can be patronising too. It negates whatever good work that's being delivered by the teachers. When my 10 session module ended, I was informed of the next session for which I confirmed I would attend. When it was later cancelled as a 4 pax class couldn't be formed, I made the effort to suggest we start with a smaller 3 pax class and I was even prepared to pay more. Unfortunately it couldn't start as not everyone was prepared to pay more. After more than a month, I was informed abruptly on a Fri (today) that the class will start next Tuesday. I requested a delay of 1 week to the start as I will be overseas next week (the start date has been delayed by so many weeks already anyway). The staff must be rushing to punch out and go party on a Friday, for he not only did not consider and make the effort to check, he basically told me my only choice was to accommodate them (!), when they didn't even have the basic decency to check if I can make it before deciding on the start date. #inlinguafail
Teachers: 
0
Facilities: 
0
Accomodation: 
0
Location: 
0
Value: 
1
Student Diversity: 
0
What could this school do better?: 
Train your staffs well
Your age at the time of your course: 
18 to 22
Type of course you attended: 
Business English
Johnathan

2
From the end of the last German class in June until now, no update on the next module. That's already a gap of 4 months with no continuity of lessons. So whilst the students from the last module all have registered interest to continue, the excuse the school gives is that they have not met the minimum number of 4 students. On top of that, they removed the module from the class schedule online, which doesn't help in getting more students. The school even had the cheek to say that this is the first time they have students who want to advance to such a high level. Quite frankly, students cannot advance if the classes are not offered. So now the students are stuck midway in Elementary level and cannot progress to Intermediate. If you're looking to seriously learn a language with the purpose of progressing, look elsewhere.
Teachers: 
1
Facilities: 
1
Accomodation: 
0
Location: 
1
Value: 
1
Student Diversity: 
1
Your age at the time of your course: 
23 to 29
Type of course you attended: 
General English

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