Wall Street English


A Global Academic Language

The English language is the most widely used academic language globally. As an academic or researcher, proficiency in English gives you a distinct competitive advantage. By keeping up with the increasing demand for English language instruction around the world, Wall Street English has become the market leader in language training and education for the next generation of students.

In addition to Higher Education English language programmes, Wall Street English, Ferrara is expanding to provide university level language training in 4 leading European languages, as well as English for business and STEM subjects. Wall Street English is seeking linguistics specialists and teachers, educated to degree level, to join its growing network of highly skilled language professionals.


English Language Learning Research

We conduct regular research into the English language learning market. We investigate and gather useful insights for several audiences including:

  • Investors and franchisees;
  • The ELT industry and teachers;
  • English language learners all around the world.


The world’s largest education company

We have over 420 learning centres located in 29 territories in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East. Utilizing both company-owned and franchised centres, Wall Street English has provided instruction to over 3 million people with a current enrolment of over 180,000 students.

Offering language courses from beginner to professional level, Wall Street English is a global language teaching provider, specialising in English, German, French and Spanish. We also offer courses in Scientific and Academic English.

Wall Street English has partnered with the Università Degli Studi di Ferrara, Italy to bring university level language lessons to the Emilia-Romagna region of northern Italy at our newly established language centre.


Università Degli Studi di Ferrara

The University of Ferrara offers a unique historical environment. Magnificent reminiscences of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance live on in palaces, houses, churches, museums, squares, courtyards and alleys.

Far from being shrouded in the past, it continues to move forward by promoting internationalisation. Fostering an international scientific and academic community involves a multiple perspective: the pursuit of the highest teaching and research standards strengthened by a focus on specific areas of excellence and thriving on the presence of a strong historical and cultural identity.

Fostering innovative views of the future supported by deeply rooted cultural traditions is a primary goal of the University of Ferrara, which offers a broad range of BA and MA degrees and PhDs in the sciences and the humanities. The whole town is a lively campus thriving on the interaction between national and international students.

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Key staff:

Centre director: Elena Ruzziconi

Executive assistant: Emilia Castiglione

Didactic consultant: Aura Trombini

Service Manager: Francesca Giordano

Didactic/project coordinator: Alex Cavriani

Personal tutor & Web-Marketing Specialist: Giada Mistri

Personal Tutor: Elena Onofri

Teachers: Lucy Wenborn, Stacie Clousing, Nicholas Hain, Benjamin Gilli, Isra Salah, Amanda Santos