Nisai recently organised a pilot programme of English and Maths booster courses for students at the European Lyceum of Baku, Azerbaijan.

The students were very impressed with Nisai’s online courses and created a video to show their appreciation.

Rahila Aliyarzadeh, Director of ITC at the European Lyceum of Baku, said:

“Thanks for the wonderful lessons you have organised! They were very enjoyable and academically beneficial. We hope to continue our partnership with you in the future as it is the best way to share experience for the benefit of our students.”

Comments from various students at the Lyceum included:

“Mr. Daniel and Ms. Corrina were brilliant teachers and every week we were looking forward to their lessons! Nisai changed my opinion and attitude to distant learning.”

“It is the formula of a perfect lesson. I wish my other friends were able to try it!”

“One of the highlights of all lessons is that you wrote a sentence on Azerbaijani language! It was extremely thoughtful and cool!”

Dhruv Patel, CEO of Nisai, remarked:

“It’s wonderful to have gotten such brilliant feedback form the students at the European Lyceum of Baku. We look forward to working with them on UNESCO SDG 2030 projects and introducing Cambridge International programmes to their school in future.”


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