EMS Language Center is an English language school located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia.
Founded in 2003. Many students are learning not only English, but also about “Global Culture”.
There is a Japanese counselor who can help you with admission procedures and school life.
In Malaysia, English is the official language. Also, there are many Malaysians of Chinese and Indian. Compared with other Southeast Asian countries., Malaysia is a multicultural country with a wide variety of nationalities and races. EMS attracts students from about 42 countries, including the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia, China and South Korea, to study in an international environment.
Not only that, our lecturers also have diverse backgrounds. Since the curriculum is changed every month, you can learn world-class English.
Of course, different cultures have different attitudes and customs.
By interacting with many classmates with different "cultures", you can experience what was thought to be the norm in Japan but it’s not the norm in other regions of the world, as the world expands, so will your opportunities.
Why not study together with EMS, where you can learn not only English, but also “Global Culture”?
◆ Related Article ※in Japanese
- Interview article with EMS Japanese coordinator Okayasu
The appeal of studying abroad in Malaysia where the world expands and confidence is gained
- Discussion between two graduates of EMS and staff
Multi-nationalities Lecturers → Gain "World English"
Japan can be said to be a country with a longing for "American English" and "Queen's English". There is also a strong sense that if one studies English, one will be able to access English speaking countries such as Canada, the United States, and Australia.
However, less than one-quarter of the world's English population has native English speakers.
Probably, most people you’ll meet on business or traveling abroad have learned English as a second language.
Even if you say "English", the accent of English in the world varies by country and region.
Even if you understand American accents, you may not understand English that spoken by other countries and regions.
If you are aiming for the world, it is important to understand various "English" by improving listening skills. In EMS, we have lecturers from various nationalities, and each month, EMS will alternatively exchange English native and non-native lecturers, organizes classes, so you can interact with and truly acquire global English!
Benefits of studying abroad in Malaysia
When talking about studying English abroad, the United States, Canada, Australia, and recently the Philippines come to mind, but rarely do people think of Malaysia.
Malaysia is still not well known as an English learning destination, but there are many benefits to studying here!
① Low cost of studying abroad
② English is one of the official languages → English can be used in the city
③ Good security
④Multi-national students → International exchange within the school!
⑤Multi-national lecturers → You can learn English with various accents
⑥Rich food culture
⑦ Friendly national character
For the benefits of studying in Malaysia, please refer to the related articles in the message section.
Interact with students from 42 countries around the world → Experience cultures beyond the"Japanese Norm"
EMS has an international environment where students from 42 countries around the world study.
Students who grew up in environments with different climates, religions, and lifestyles have different cultures.
By interacting with EMS classmates and lecturers, you will be able to experience in many ways the shocking differences between your culture and your classmates.
Also, by experiencing the multi-cultures and ways of thinking in the world, you can see from a different angle that Japanese values are unique to Japan only and concern that you have when you are in Japanese society.
Studying abroad at EMS is not just about English, it’s about expanding your horizons.
You will have a greater sense of accepting the opinions of people with different values from you, and you will be able to see things from a broader perspective.
Input & output method to learn Business & University English
English lessons in Japan often involve classroom lectures and memorization, but that does not give you the ability to write and speak.
However, lack of "input" such as reading, listening, and grammar, causes poor output.
At EMS, in addition to 4 hours of input, there is a class for output called Extra Course, 2 hours a day, and hands-on training using the words and vocabulary learned during the input time.
By learning a well-balanced combination of output and input, you will learn English at a level that can be used in practical situations such as university enrollment and business.
Here are the recommended courses and schedules for studying abroad at EMS.
Enroll in the 「Intensive General English Course」for 1 month
Beginner 9:00～16:00 / Intermediate and advanced level 11:00～18:00
Study time is 6 hours a day.
Regardless of level, General English 4 hours + Extra Courses 2 hours
- Lunch break 13: 00-14: 00
- Other short breaks available
RM2,280/ month + registration fee RM200 (once a year) + textbook RM100
For other inquiries about EMS, please do not hesitate to contact us in Japanese!
EMS Language Centre (CITINETICS. SDN. BHD)
Mr. Amid Abdollahzadeh
No. of Employees/従業員数
Nature of Business/事業内容
Tel & Fax
KL branch: 03 2181 1219
Date of establishment/設立年月日
1st February 2003
KL branch: B-7-3 & B-7-2, Block B (Unit 1-5), Megan Avenue II, Jalan Yao Kwan Seng, 50450 Kuala Lumpur.