Philippines

Using EOP on our San Juan Trip

The cost was about 80,000 won for the meals, beer, van, and lodging. I didn’t think it was expensive at all. The sea was so beautiful that I wanted to visit every week. If you plan on taking a language training course in Monol, make sure to take weekend trips to different places with your friends! We recommend San Juan beach by all means! I was so impressed because of its beauty.

Food Adventure Outside of Monol Academy

Most of the time, students enjoy the meals cooked in Monol but if you want to explore and hang-out with friends on the weekends, you can choose to eat outside of the school. This is also a great way to relieve stress since you’re working hard studying English in a foreign country.

Live and learn: Weekend Trips

Monol’s Weekend trips are something the students can look forward to every two weeks. After spending their weekdays hitting the books and attending classes, the academy gives students an opportunity to travel and explore. These trips introduce students to different places, cultures, and even interests while at the same time helping them unwind.

Christmas: A Glimpse of Summer

Monol came up with the theme of Havana for the yuletide season, tagging it as ‘A Glimpse of Summer in December’. This is for the Christmas party of its employees and it’s packed with many surprises like games, prizes, food, ale, fun, and camaraderies!

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Culture & Mutual Love

I experienced a lot in Monol and I know that I have improved a lot – not only my English skills but also on how to make friends with people from different countries and cultures.

The Great Karaoke Showdown

December 21 – A small Christmas celebration for students takes place in the form of a sing-off! Students battle with their voices through the karaoke, which is a favorite hobby and a prevalent culture of Filipinos. There are also mini-games for non-contestants that come with good food and sur-prizes!

Imagination & Creativity Day

Monol went for a visit to RSCC-CAR to bring a day of fun and share the love. This is an activity that nurtures the foreign students to be compassionate and become champions of humanity. It’s the learning that goes beyond the classroom and the knowledge they get is universal.