President & Founder
The author of Menar Program and trainer of master trainers.
A Short Biography
Halit Sen started his professional life as a teacher in 1972. He has more than 40 years of experience in the field of education. He has an M.A. degree in Linguistics. He has received several certificates from various institutions such as University of Columbia, Barcelona University, Aramco Training Department and CMA Institute. He authored and co-authored several books in language teaching. He retired from his position as a university teacher before he established Menar in 2008. He designed the whole educational foundation of Menar program with all its resources.
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Who We Are
Menar is a family company established in 2008.
Menar opened its first center in Mersin, Turkey in September 2008 with 40 students. A year later, we started the new school year in September 2009 with 4 franchises and 250 students
Today it is operating in 14 countries with tens of franchises in hundreds of centers reaching more than 50 thousand students.
- 2018 -
Menar Russia Olympics, St. Petersburg, May,
Lithuanian Menar Olympics, Vilnius, March
- 2017 -
Menar Siberia Olympics, Kemerovo, May,
Menar Russia Olympics, St. Petersburg, April,
Menar Siberia Olympics, Novosibirsk, April
- 2014 -
Azerbaijan Menar Olympics, Baku, October,
Menar Lithuania Olympics, Vilnius, November.
- 2013 -
Menar Turkey Olympics, Istanbul, September.
Menar Azerbaijan Olympics, Baku, October
Why Choose Menar
What is Menar Abacus Mental Arithmetic?
It is Menar's program that provides children with a fast brain development while at the same time helping them build extraordinary arithmetic skills.
What kind of Arithmetic skills do they have?
They can mentally calculate difficult arithmetic problems in lightening speed, like solving a multiplication problem such as 674 X 893 accurately in less than 10 seconds. They can verbally carry on a conversation while at the same time following and calculating tens of numbers flashing on the screen with a speed of 500 miliseconds.
What do Menar students do in Olympics?
They compete with their performances and mental calculation skills in speed and accuracy in all kinds of arithmetic problems of various difficulty levels.