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Our experienced sales team have visited many locations.
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Barcelona, Flamingo Beach, Florence, Granada, Malaga, Marbella, Monteverde, Nerja, Rome, San Joaquin de Flores and Venice.Amber's full profile
BTEC National Diploma in Media
English, basic Spanish
My favourite place where we have a school is Rome - you can spend a whole day wandering around and not have to spend any money! Favourite place to go on holiday is Greece - lovely people and fantastic food. Also like Norway for atmosphere and scenery.
Food (buying it, cooking it and eating it (in and out), walking, going to the cinema, and spending time with friends and family.
As a student at the beginning stages of learning Spanish I fully appreciate how nerve-racking it can be to put your new language skills to use! However, the satisfaction you get from communicating in another language (whether it be asking for directions or shopping for shoes!) is amazing. A common problem faced by many new students when learning a language is a lack of confidence. Being able to practise every day in real situations soon helps you to overcome that.
London, Bologna, Florence, Elba, Rome, Venice, Cusco, Malaga, Valencia and LanzaroteMonia's full profile
Languages and cultures for business, University in Urbino (Italy), 2008-2012
Italian, English, Spanish
Florence, Elba and London. As Italian and a lover of our cultural and historical heritage, I think that Florence represents the best location where you can combine our greatest artistic attractions with nice food and wine. Another pearl of Italy is Elba, which offers a fantastic natural environment and the opportunity to practise Hiking. One of my favourite places is also London, as it offers a unique scenery and there is always something new to discover anytime I go to this beautiful city, even though I have lived in London for a few months.
Travelling, watching documentaries, walking
I love going abroad, meeting new people, new cultures and habits. I believe that every journey enriches yourself, makes you aware of other ways of living and thinking and teaches about life. I think that taking a language course abroad will no just allow you to improve your language skills but will let you experience a new lifestyle and immerse yourself into the local culture, especially if you choose to stay in a host family.
Amsterdam, Barcelona, Beijing, Bristol, Chamonix, Florence, Hamburg, Heidelberg, Liverpool, London, Los Angeles, Malaga, Naples, Newcastle, New York, Oxford, Paris, Pisa, Rome, Seville, Siena, Toronto and Venice.Peter's full profile
The University of Nottingham, BEng Manufacturing Engineering and Management
English, basic German
Too many to list! I really enjoy visiting my sister in Barcelona and my mother's spectacular homeland of Norway. I’ve lived in both Toronto and Muscat and list them both very highly. I am looking forward to my next trip to North America, but also need to visit Latin America when I still can. A recent trip to Beijing opened my eyes to a fascinating and completely different culture, whilst every single meal I had was delicious. In Europe, I found Siena, Italy to be a completely magical place, Portugal offered so much more than I could have imagined and my two weeks learning German in Hamburg will stay with me forever! For those that want to learn English in the UK then you should never rule out Liverpool as it is one of the most fun and friendly cities we have. From my experience it is clear that studying abroad really does make you appreciate places, people and culture in a whole new way to simply being a tourist.
I’ve represented both Loughborough and Nottingham at national league volleyball and enjoy playing five-a-side football, basketball and most racquet sports when possible. I enjoy good food, nights out, visiting new places, meeting new people and generally enjoying life!
After university I spent a year working in an English language school in Toronto and was fortunate enough to meet hundreds of fascinating people who came to the city to learn English. I also studied languages myself in Hamburg, which was an incredible experience that I cannot recommend enough. I don’t think it’s possible to not have fun on a language course abroad. Learning from other nationalities about their language, culture, traditions and life experiences is incredibly important in this globalised society, and life changing for anyone who has not had the privilege of doing so before. There is no better way to learn a language than immersing yourself amongst the natives and sharing your experiences with your new, fascinating friends from all around the world.
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