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2 in 1 – Learning Foreign Languages Abroad

Nowadays it’s impossible to live without knowing foreign languages. A young person who dreams about good education, prospective job and career development understands the necessity of learning foreign languages.

What is the best way to learn a foreign language? To find some courses at home or to learn it abroad?

Let’s be frank – if you want to learnt to surf, you won’t go to the swimming pool but to the ocean with its waves, speed and those who have been surfing since they were children. Sure, in the swimming pool you’ll learn how to stay on the board and even how to move with the help of hands, but you won’t become a surfer.

The same thing is about foreign languages. It’s better to learn a language in the place where it surrounds you everywhere – at home, in the street, in transport, in the shop. It’s better to learn any language in those countries where it’s spoken by everyone and everywhere – English in Great Britain, Canada, the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Polish in Poland. You dive into the language medium automatically, and the “verbal metamorphosis” happens much quicker. Language skills improve faster too, vocabulary increases rapidly, the process of learning a language gets a natural character.

Effect of being in the country where everywhere you hear the language you want to learn will be more significant than if you’d study the language at home.

The process of learning a language abroad is different from the scheme in Ukraine. There will be no translations and lectures. There will be professional tutors acquainted with teaching methods and able to show you all the nuances and subtleties of their native language.

There is a wide range of foreign language courses abroad:

- standard;

- intensive;

- year-long;

- foreign language + (learning language + sport, art, tourism and trips, business etc.);

- courses before applying to the higher education institution (Master programme abroad for students having completed the Bachelor’s degree in their native country);

- courses before passing language tests (English – IELTS, TOEFL; Polish – A1);

- specialised programmes (for those who has chosen a certain speciliaty);

- professional courses for teachers and lecturers.

There is only one “side effect” of learning a foreign languages abroad – for some tome after coming home you’ll be still thinking in that language.

In the nearest future on our website we’ll introduce you language courses and programmes in different countries which may draw your attention.

Learning foreign languages abroad is always 2 in 1. You learn the language while having so much fun and new experiences in your life – bright emotions, useful acquaintances, knowledge and skills which broaden your worldview and contribute to your personal development.