Last Tuesday, I was privileged to spend an hour chatting to the latest ‘students’ at Hamilton School (part of Global School of English in Edinburgh). They are in fact English teachers from Morocco who came to develop their already exceptional English: four lovely ladies, full of fun, enthusiasm and motivation. Our discussion was wide-ranging, stimulating and fascinating.
Ahmed Nouh is from Saudi Arabia. He has been studying at Glasgow School of English since October 2014 and recently won a competition at the School to identify locations across the world that had been ‘visited’ by Scottie, the School’s mascot. Read more
Témoignages de deux étudiants : Joel et Katharine, qui sont venu en France pour améliorer leur Français et acquérir une expérience professionnelle à l’étranger.
Two years ago we had a student from Venezuela, Frederik Oldenburg, who was a sports journalist who wanted to improve his English for work.
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
Wimbledon is famous for its annual tennis tournament. Many students who attend our language courses at Wimbledon School of English, are keen to attend the tournament or to play tennis themselves. Here are some of the questions we get asked.
You may be surprised to find out that Italian is the fourth most studied language in the world, but indeed it is. Ahead of Chinese, Japanese and German, Italian confirmed to be one of the most loved languages by foreigners. How to explain this success? We have interviewed some of our students, of different ages and nationalities, and here it is a list of the main reasons why they study Italian.
Je m’appelle Marine Colliot et je suis étudiante en Langues Étrangères Appliquées en anglais et chinois à l’Université Occidentale de Brest, France. J’étudie le chinois depuis le lycée et c’est une langue qui m’attire depuis mon plus jeune âge, grâce à des amis de ma famille qui nous faisaient part de leurs fréquents voyages en Chine. J’ai eu l’occasion de débuter mes études du mandarin au lycée et ce cours m’a tellement plu que j’ai décidé de continuer à l’université. Me voilà maintenant en troisième année de licence et afin d’approfondir mon apprentissage avant de commencer un master, j’ai décidé de partir en Chine et participer à des cours de chinois à Pékin avec l’école de chinois LTL Mandarin School.