The family atmosphere that we maintain in our relationship with the students, and which we are keen on is one of our advantages that contribute to our progress, one success to another, growth and continuous giving. And of course, the quality of education and devotion led to honoring Modern Language Center an award in Education, which was granted by the late King Hussein Bin Talal; and also led the center to obtain a permanent license (lifetime) from the Ministry of Education in Jordan.
Modern Language Center is one of the best, long-established and specialized language centers in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in particular and the Middle East in general.
The center features classrooms equipped with state-of-the-art education, as well as air conditioning and heating.
The center has three main outdoor areas for activities and events fully equipped with benches, tables, umbrellas against sun and rain.
The center is equipped with special corridors for students with special needs to facilitate their movement between the center and its facilities.
Modern Language Center is located in the heart of Amman, the capital city of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, and in the area that links the east and west of the city.The site has many advantages including:
- The center is located near the Abdali Boulevard area, which is characterized by malls and shops that suit different tastes. In the Boulevard area there are many service centers that students may need, such as banks, western and eastern restaurants and others.
- In the eastern part of the center lies old Amman area and archaeological sites such as Amman Citadel and the famous Roman amphitheater which is located in down town center. Old Amman is a special destination for tourists from all over the world.
- Due to the central location of the center, public transportation is available directly in front of the center and all over the capital Amman at very cheap prices.
- The center is located next to an important landmark of the capital city of Amman; the famous King Abdullah Mosque, which is considered one of the symbols of Amman.