Eye Level Learning Centers Franchise

Eye Level Learning Centers

Min. Liquid Capital: $50,000

Total Investment: $59,338 - $126,750

Net Worth Required: $150,000

Initial Franchise Fee: $5,000

Training Provided: Yes

No of Existing Units: 1000

About Eye Level Learning Centers

Eye Level Learning is a brand of the company Daekyo America, Inc., which is a subsidiary of the Daekyo corporation headquartered in Korea. This franchise operates over 1,000 learning centers in the United States and worldwide; there are currently about 180 centers in the US. These centers provide tutoring in English and math; some centers may also offer Korean language classes.

These learning centers serve students starting from preschool age all through high school. An initial diagnostic test determines placement and optimal class selection. Some students take classes in order to catch up with the regular school curriculum, while others benefit from them as an enrichment activity. Eye Level Learning emphasizes a low teacher-to-class size ratio and individualized instruction.

Why Eye Level Learning Centers?

Operating an Eye Level Center can be highly rewarding. Effective tutoring is increasingly in demand. Some parents want to maximize their children's success in school, performance on standardized testing and chances of admission to a competitive college. Others come from a standpoint of wanting their children to develop good learning and thinking skills or of giving them the opportunity for deeper study of a subject they enjoy. Eye Level centers meet both of these needs.

Franchisees enjoy solid support from Daekyo. In addition to strong branding, the company has a high level of experience both from the business and the educational standpoints. In addition, the company keeps pace with new developments and environments. As a result, it is willing to make changes in order to achieve improvement. It also revises its methodology and materials in order to better meet its clients' needs.

Ideal Candidate

Franchisees must pay an initial franchise fee of $5,000; they may get a credit for part of the amount when opening additional units. The total initial investment range can vary based on geographic location, local costs and more.

The franchisor looks for owners with both business and educational experience. Ideally, it would like to see teaching experience and at least a four-year degree; however, it may very rarely choose to waive this requirement in the case of special circumstances. Franchisees must excel at working with children in a wide age range.

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