Moe Myanmar Language Centre opened on 25 May 2014 as the first dedicated Yangon teaching centre for learning Burmese. Our 4 Myanmar language teachers are well-trained and experienced and the centre offers a conducive environment for Myanmar language lessons of all levels, from beginner Burmese to advanced lessons for fluent speakers.
Teacher Moe Chit
Moe Chit is the Managing Director and founder of MMLC. She was born in Muse, Shan State, but was raised in Yangon. During her high school education, Moe studied English and thoroughly enjoyed the language. After completing high school, she attended the University of Dental Medicine in Mandalay – a highly regarded institution, where she qualified as a dentist. During this time, she also took the British Council IELTS exam, scoring 7.5.
Following graduation, she enrolled for the Pre-Collegiate program of the Diplomatic School of Yangon. This prestigious liberal arts program covered a broad syllabus, including philosophy, history, critical thinking and debate. She also hosted foreign visitors and guests and, due to her excellent English, was often called upon to interpret between parties.During her time at PCP, Moe was one of two Myanmar nationals awarded a scholarship to attend the ‘ASEAN in Today’s World’ program in Bangkok as a country representative.
After completing the Pre-Collegiate Program, she enrolled on the University of Foreign Languages Post-Graduate Diploma in English and simultaneously secured a Certificate in TKT (Teaching Knowledge Test) from the British Council.
After teaching English at an International School in Mandalay for one year, she relocated to Yangon to as a SAT and TOEFL instructor at Amara Learning Centre for two years. After that, she decided to teach Burmese to foreigners and work as a freelancer for 3 years before establishing “Moe Myanmar Language Centre”. The MMLC was established on May 25, 2014.
Thandar was born in Taungoo, Bago division. She completed high school in Yamethin and moved to Yangon, where she enrolled at the National University of Arts and Culture, specializing in painting. After graduating, Thandar worked as a freelance Art teacher and English teacher. Thandar’s students always give good feedback on her patience when teaching and clear Burmese pronunciation. She has been working together with Teacher Moe Chit (Founder of MMLC) at Moe Myanmar Language Centre since it is opened.