China’s Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) is the standardized international test used to determine the fluency of non-native speakers in Chinese and it is used by all Chinese universities to assess the enrollment of foreign students and by a number of Chinese companies looking for foreign employees. Read more
A guide for students: how to get ready and make sure your perform well in your language exam.
Junior summer camps are popular. These language programmes appeal to parents who want their children to learn a language while being supervised by professionals. While language schools need to offer an attractive programme, agents need to manage their clients’ expectations.
Here are four tips from IALC managers and directors to ensure a successful summer camp experience. Read more
Booking the accommodation before the student goes overseas is a great idea. We find that our students know where they are going to stay and they don’t feel the pressure to find accommodation once they arrive in Byron Bay.
There are a lot of different types of accommodation students can choose from. But one of the most popular options for our English language learners is the Student House accommodation. Read more
Um es unseren Studenten so einfach wie möglich zu gestalten eine Wohnung in Byron Bay zu finden stellt BBELS Studentenhäuser bereit, in denen unsere Stundenten während ihres Aufenthaltes wohnen können. Read more
We’ve gathered tips and views from IALC language centres in France, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Spain and the UK on the characteristics and preferences of the senior or 50+ age group. Read on and decide for yourself: integrate or separate! Read more
Advising students on work experience and internships abroad is a complex process. Managing student expectations is the key to ensuring they have a positive and happy experience. Read more
Usually everybody is going to Australia, New Zealand or America. However, I do not have a preference for the mainstream destinations, so I decided to explore Africa. Read more
A testimonial from 21 year-old German student Laura Ha, who studies Russian with Liden & Denz while volunteering with Action Reconciliation.
Today is my last day after 6 amazing months in Saint Petersburg studying Russian and working as an Intern for Liden & Denz. In that time, I have learned, grown and changed so much as a person and student in ways that I cannot even begin to measure. Read more