My name is Rudy and I was a student at MCA Languages. I had visited the school before registering, and I remember when I visited the school with my parents and brother, they were refurbishing the school to properties. The director explained that it was difficult for them to find the right standard in Manchester properties either they were very expensive or the standard was very poor. So as they wanted to change that they took on refurbishing the building they were in to properties as well. When
I came to visit the school, I really enjoyed what Gee and Ingrid were telling me, I liked the coaching and mentoring aspect but most of all they really seem genuine. So I decided to register. I was first supposed to move in October but in the end I moved in by March the following year as the refurbishment was not ready. To my surprised when I first arrived I was stunned by how beautiful it was and how comfortable they try to make the property despite the fact that it was an old building. I was supposed to stay for 3 months but in the end I stayed for almost 6 months. I went from being a student to become an intern and then to work for #mcalanguages I had done it all, from guiding students who were just like me, to help them painting walls….. to reassuring students and ‘coaching’ them when they were not feeling secure or simply when they were crying because they adventure at MCA Languages ended.
Thanks to them I grown in maturity, I knew at last that I enjoyed languages and knew that I wanted to do something along these lines… don’t get me wrong I am still studying but I am confident that my path is getting clearer and I can only recommend to whoever need a little bit of light to go and check #mcalanguages… and yes along the lines, my brother join me and studied at MCA and we have made a lot of friends!