Beat the January blues with a UIC Languages course

Got the new years blues? Fed up of broken resolutions? Why not try something different this January and learn a new skill to enhance your life? Learning a new language at an evening class or intensive course can open up a new world of opportunity.

Taking a course will get you out of the house and socialising and communicating with new people. You can learn about the culture and history of the country you are studying and start looking at things in new and exciting ways. If you are planning a trip to Europe this summer, what better time to start practising your language skills?

London based school UIC Languages offer courses in many modern foreign languages that start on a regular basis. This January you can start classes in languages such as French and Japanese. Studying is flexible and courses range from one-week intensive classes to weekly classes, usually held in the evenings over a 10-week period. All of the language courses are taught in a similar way where there is the maximum opportunity for students to improve their communication skills.

Learning French is simple with UIC – whether it is for professional reasons or just for pleasure you will find UIC has the experience and the skills to deliver what you need. The school takes a proactive and detailed approach to language learning from initial needs analysis and level testing through to delivery. Group Lessons include a balance of conversation, listening, pronunciation and grammar which will help students survive and communicate in everyday situations in French speaking countries.

Other adult languages on offer include Italian, German, Spanish and Arabic and evening classes can be taken at centres all over the country. Lunchtime courses and classes for all levels from beginner to advanced are available from UIC Languages.

Via EPR Network
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