Schools in Luang Prabang

Here is a list of English Learning Centres and International Schools in Luang Prabang. Please send any changes if you wish to update this list.

NameNoteFee USD/paMap
LEOT SchoolFounded 2006. LEOT provides free English and Computer education to 300 underprivileged students, provides scholarships and community projects. High quality education. Headway curriculum. Classes are taught by trained, experienced native Lao-speaking teachers. Foreign volunteers train and up-skill teachers.FreeMap
Kiettisack International SchoolFounded 2003. International school. High quality education. All years. Lao and foreign teachers.$3,500Map
Xayadeth CollegeTeaching done by two GVI volunteers per class. No curriculum. They only speak English (no Lao). GVI teachers change every 4 weeks on average. Students potentially understand the rough meaning but not the details and specifics. $200 / 400,000 per 3 monthsMap
MEC (Bright Centre)Founded 2005. Use a Lao English teacher who ensures continuity over the whole year and volunteers who assist and support the Lao teacher. MEC split in late 2017 and became the Bright Centre with a new business 'English for Everyone'. Headway curriculum.400,000 kip/3 months ($46)
English for EveryoneBorn out of MEC. Lao teachers with foreign volunteers. They use the self developed curriculum developed at originally at MEC.400,000 kip/3 months ($46)Map
PhoupanyaEducational programs offered at Kindergarten and Primary school levels.Map
ARDA EnglishIn 2004, ARDA Luang Prabang Language Centre opened to serve the needs of the English language learners. ARDA Luang Prabang Language Centre also has a Lao language program for non-Lao speakers. Classes are taught by trained, experienced native Lao-speaking teachers.
One on one Lao language lessons: $100 per month (4 weeks of 5 one hour classes a week)
Classes are in hourly slots from Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm and set by appointment.
English language courses run for 16 weeks, with 3 x 2 hour lessons each week
2,050,000 KipMap
EFLP - École Francophone
internationale de Luang Prabang
French is the priority and they realise the need to also teach Lao and English. Run by a non-profit association officially registered in France. Any parent of a student becomes a member of the Parents Association. High quality education.$2,900 - $4,600
Big Brother MouseWe invite English-speaking visitors to come by at 9:00 a.m. or 5:00 p.m., 7 days a week, to practice English conversation with young people.FreeMap