Thursday, July 03, 2008

Eurolingua Institute Website Update

The immensely popular Eurolingua Institute portal at has just become even better and more user friendly in multiple languages, taking advantage of the latest CMS techniques.

The Eurolingua Institute offers foreign language training in 11 languages and in some 40 countries worldwide. Languages taught are Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish and Ukrainian. Our language schools are open year round to international students, adults, business men and women, diplomats and military staff.

Learn to speak your target foreign language fluently like a native in a minimum of time on a unique Eurolingua One-to-One Language Homestay. Live and learn in the home of a fully qualified Eurolingua Homestay Tutor and benefit not only from professionally structured individual lessons (15, 20 or 25 hours per week) but also from total language and cultural immersion on a 24/7 basis. Enjoy local cultural visits and excursions and socialise with your host family's friends, neighbours and professional colleagues.

Eurolingua's One-to-One Language Homestay programmes are highly cost-effective over a 1 to 4 week period. You WILL learn the language. Why spend endless money, time and travel expenses on repeated visits to language schools only to find yourself in a large class of learners? Spend your time with native speakers. Put yourself on the fast track to rapid language learning success with a Eurolingua One-to-One Language Homestay programme and learn to speak like a native!!

Eurolingua Team



At 04 July, 2008 18:15, Blogger s said...

This is a great program...I'm going to check out your link and give this program some thought. This would be the ideal learning situation for me.

Another tool I use is online called Great site for tutorials and learning tools but nothing quite as intensive as this. Thanks for the link.

At 31 August, 2009 12:19, Blogger doshimaitri said...

Language immersion programs give the students more exposure to the language to make them more proficient. Research shows that language students learn more effectively and retain more when they study frequently and for shorter periods of time than if they study infrequently for extended periods of time.


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