Meu nome é Luiza Meyer e sou responsável pela divulgação da NESE (The New England School of English) no Brasil e em países da América Latina desde 2010. A NESE é considerada uma das melhores escolas de inglês nos EUA e é bastante procurada por estudantes profissionais (maiores de 30 anos) de todo o mundo. A NESE está situada na cidade de Cambridge, em frente à Universidade de Harvard, e bem ao lado de Boston.
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