One of the best way of learning English is to practice. And if you are learning English in Hawaii, there’s a wide range of activities on offer that will enable students to do just that!
Global Village Hawaii strongly believes that offering a wide range of fun, educational and cultural activities aligned with each student’s needs is a major component in the student having an overall satisfying and enjoyable experience in beautiful Hawaii. What one student considers a perfect activity may not necessarily be the case for another student.
Like most language schools, at France Langue we have activity officers who are responsible for arranging the activities calendar. Here’s their feedback on student activities. Read more
One of Phoenix Academy’s busiest Study Tour seasons has drawn to a close. The season saw over 250 young learners join the school during the June to August period. Read more
To give the language stay the final touch, we offer a varied activity program to all of our students. Participating to activities such as visits to nearby cities, food or wine tasting, french movies, theater masterclasses, etc… is another interesting way to study and learn more french.
We believe in the overall experience for our students, and activities are helping a lot to create a group connection. Read more
It’s important for the students to see another side of the city of Aix-en-Provence, not just take the classes, and experience what we, who live in Aix-en-Provence enjoy doing. Learn something new, discover something new, try something new – all in French. A good selection of activities offers all students the possibility to interact and thrive outside of the classroom. Read more
It’s summer in Scotland. This means we’ve had some very nice weather, with warm, sunny days – ideal for a BBQ. It really is one of the most beautiful countries in the world*, as you can see from the photograph of Loch Lomond below. Read more
Even though a majority of Asians study Japanese language in order to enter Japanese universities, many Westerners’ main intention is to experience Japan itself, often without particular strong plans for the future. Read more
Course providers and their agent partners share a common goal – to provide their clients with a memorable and successful study travel experience. The three pillars upon which such a successful study holiday hinge are an effective English language learning course, a dynamic age-appropriate social programme and the provision of accommodation which satisfies all your client’s needs and meets his or her expectations. Read more
Franziska Haas, Business Development Manager for Campus Living Villages, discusses changing student expectations and the importance of high quality standards in residential accommodation. Read more
International Students have a wide range of accommodation options to choose from nowadays. The type of accommodation choice and its outcomes can actually play an important role in an International Students’ life while abroad, and not only that, this experience could contribute positively for improving English language skillls and therefore determine a students’ future confidence with their new language. But how to know which type of accommodation best suits your student? Read more