Are you yet to make plans for Christmas and New Year? Then take a language course with us during the festive period and experience a Christmas like no other!
Not only will it allow you to put your language skills into practice with native-speakers, it will also give you a wonderful insight into the local customs and traditions of your chosen destination, so you can experience the Christmas holidays in a completely unique way! What better time to immerse yourself into a new culture, than when the streets are bustling with Christmas shoppers and every corner is alive with festivities? Whatever your chosen destination, you will be sure to have a Christmas to remember.
Some of our schools even offer special Christmas courses during this period, which usually include Christmas-themed lessons and activities. This way, you can spend the festive period with like-minded individuals from across the globe and learn in the company of fellow language enthusiasts.
More schools open over Christmas
Many of our other schools remain open over the Christmas and New Year period, and offer their general language courses during this time. Activities and excursions will take place as normal, often with a Christmas-themed twist!
Please note that most schools will be closed on public holidays (usually 25th December and 1st January).
You can find a list below of our schools that are open over Christmas. Don’t hesitate to contact us now, for further information about our language courses during the festive period.
Germany is renowned for its Christmas festivities, with countless markets in every town and city. From local beers and gastronomic delicacies to original handicrafts, you will never run out of things to admire during your Christmas break in Germany!
Our Prenzlauerberg school in Berlin remains open for the Christmas period, where enchanting displays of light and colour make the city’s squares and monuments even more impressive than usual. You can marvel at Brandenburg Gate surrounded by a sea of twinkling lights, or visit the pop-up funfair in the famous Alexanderplatz. Or, you can study with us in Radolfzell or Regensburg, where traditional buildings serve as a magical backdrop to the colourful street stalls.
Alternatively, if you would like to experience festivities in Austria, our school in Vienna also stays open for Christmas!
Experience Christmas in France’s capital, and take a language course at our school in Paris! Go ice-skating underneath the Eiffel Tower or wrap up and take a stroll around the festive markets, where you can enjoy a warming mug of Vin Chaud or a delicious Crepe.
Our language school in Vichy also stays open over the holiday season, where you can admire elegant French architecture set amidst sparkling Christmas lights.
As in many locations, the Christmas period in Spain is a time for celebrating with family and friends.
Whether you want to spend Christmas on the coast in Marbella, Alicante, Bilbao; in a big city in Barcelona or Madrid; or amongst the landscapes and mountain ranges of Granada or Murcia we can certainly find the ideal Spanish course for you!
You can even enjoy Christmas in one of our Spanish island locations, as our schools in Palma de Mallorca, Lanzarote, Las Palmas, Costa Adeje and Puerto de la Cruz also remain open over the holiday season.
Whatever your chosen destination, you will be sure to spend your Christmas in Spain amongst impressive displays of light, colour, music and cheer.
Why not spend your Christmas in the UK and get an insight into British festivities?
Our London (Kensington) school remains open over the festive period, where you can learn English whilst experiencing Christmas-time in one of England’s most animated and culturally-rich cities! There are countless Christmas-themed activities on offer around the city, such as Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland, or you can simply simply marvel at world-famous monuments against a white, frosty backdrop.
You could even visit Scotland during Christmas-time and study with us in Edinburgh! Join the celebrations in the heart of the city, or take a trip to the surrounding areas, where you can admire some of Scotland’s finest natural beauties decorated with white blankets of snow.