The best way to learn a language is by traveling to a country where the language to be learned is spoken as an official tongue. These courses are held in language schools on site, where the lessons will be taught by qualified and professional native teachers. Our experience has taught us the benefits of learning a language in a foreign country. The fast learning curve of our students prove the advantages of the methodology of our courses and the impact of the daily use of their language skills during their stay in a foreign country.
According to our students, learning a language is not the only reason to take a language course abroad. As can be seen below, all the reasons of the USA students are:
In this graphic, you can compare our most popular language courses and find detailed information about them.
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It has been noticed that depending on the age of our students some destinations are more suited for them to be of interest. In the following graph, these destinations could be found:
Concerning the gender distribution of our students, the graph below shows the share distribution by gender for all our clients from USA, including related additional information.
The graph below shows the typical duration of the courses that former students took in the past including the different types of accommodation available for you to take during your studies.
The most requested accommodation during a language course abroad is the host family; however, we offer a wide variety of options available for you. The following graph shows how frequently each of these accommodations has been booked by our students:
It is convenient to know when the language schools are particularly busy during high season and when you may be enrolled in small groups during the offseason. The following graphic shows this distribution by month: