Turnover of private language schools in Hungary has fallen at least 20% over the past year and a half, but talk of the future is optimistic, business daily Napi Gazdaság reported on Monday.
Gábor Szemes, managing director of language school London Studio, told the paper that enrollment in September showed an improvement, with the number of non-corporate language learners down only about 10% from the previous half year.
Zoltán Rozgonyi, who heads the Professional Association of Language Schools, said interest was picking up for corporate language courses too after a drastic drop in demand. Between 90% and 95% of the country's language schools weathered the crisis, cutting costs where possible, he added. (MTI-Econews)