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Language Courses in Cambridge

Famous for its outstanding university, the historic and multicultural city of Cambridge is small but vibrant. You will feel at home, no matter where you are from, as the city offers a wide variety of social and cultural activities and events that honour the rich and diverse cultural heritage that influences its landscape. Even though most of the people living in Cambridge speak English, almost 20% of the population speak other languages at home, the most popular of them being Polish, Chinese, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Bengali, Arabic and Russian (as recorded by the 2010 census). So, start learning a foreign language today and access all the social, professional and cultural opportunities the city has to offer to bilingual speakers. Contact us today to make it happen!

Where to Study Foreign Languages in Cambridge: If you are thinking about your future, then you should consider that language study will open more doors to you where career or degree options are concerned, and there is no better place to study than at Cambridge, a city known for its world-class education. The renowned University of Cambridge offers exceptional opportunities to study the languages and cultures of most European (and many non-European) countries with programmes that will provide you with advanced linguistic and critical skills, as well as intercultural sensitivity. If you would like to enrol in some of Cambridge’s courses, please consider that even though some languages can be learnt from scratch, there are a number for which A-Level standard is required, such as French and Latin. Contact us at Language Trainers and we will help you get ready for this amazing opportunity and ensure you reach the minimum standards required to start studying your chosen course. And if you decide to study at other institutions, like Anglia Ruskin University, you will be glad to know the Language Centre programme provides a course range of fifteen languages: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Modern Greek, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swahili and Turkish. You certainly won’t run out of opportunities to study in this city!

Where to Practise Foreign Languages in Cambridge: Contact us at Language Trainers and we will design a course that suits your skills and abilities so you become fluent in any language of your choosing. But you should consider that practising outside the classroom is also necessary to become truly proficient. Luckily, you will find plenty of opportunities to do so around Cambridge, especially if you join a language exchange group, such as Cambridge International Friends. This meet-up aims to bring together anyone who would like to learn a foreign language while making friends from all over the world. If you are interested in travelling, exchanging stories and having fun, then this is the group for you! Another great option is to take part in the activities organised by the Cambridge Language Café. It doesn’t matter if you are learning English, Hungarian or Greek; as long as you are interested in socialising with people of all ages and learning more about their culture and experiences, you are welcome!

Language Jobs in Cambridge: Cambridgeshire’s economy continues to boom as its biggest companies have enjoyed years of economic growth, headquartering giants like the pharmaceutical AstraZeneca, with a turnover of $20 billion. Also, other businesses, like Marshall of Cambridge, Hilton Food and BHL Holdings, have expanded abroad and, so, are always on the lookout for bilingual employees who can communicate with their clients and partners overseas. Increase your language skills and stand out when applying for a job at one of these international companies! Meanwhile, if you would like to establish your existing business abroad, don’t hesitate to contact one of the many chambers of commerce and business councils in the city. For instance, you can find such entities for the Chinese, Italians, Spanish and Portuguese. All these institutions aim to promote friendly business relations between the UK and other nations, for which they usually organise talks, conferences and events where you can network with entrepreneurs of other countries and establish meaningful business connections!

Using Language to Experience Culture in Cambridge: Sign up for a language course and you will also be able to deepen your knowledge of other cultures while having some fun, as Cambridge offers plenty of opportunities for you to explore the traditions and festivals of its adopted foreign citizens. For example, you can participate in the Cambridge Folk Festival held each year since 1965. The event attracts around 14,000 people, many of whom return year after year. The festival is renowned for its unique atmosphere and features music from all around the world. You will be able to enjoy the best traditional folk artists from the UK and Ireland, country singers from the USA, Italian orchestras and music stars from around the world. Meanwhile, if you are studying Mandarin, then you can take part in the exotic Cambridge Chinese Culture Festival that honours the Chinese heritage and influence in the city. Or, you can attend the local Oktoberfest if you are looking to explore the lively German culture and try delicious food and craft beer. If you are looking for a full list of annual events that take place in the city, check out the Visit Cambridge website and have the time of your life while getting to know new cultures and practising your language skills.        

Expand your capabilities and get a head start in this diverse city by taking a language course in Cambridge. Connect with Language Trainers and meet a native, qualified tutor in your area who will design a language programme to fit your busy schedule and learning goals. He or she will come to your home or office to teach you. You can also study in a public place of your choosing, if you prefer, such as the Cambridge Central Library on 7 Lion Yard, Cafe Blue Sage on Mill Road and Stir on Chesterton Road.

Are you based in the outskirts of Cambridge and would like to take a course with us? Don’t worry, you can still do it. We have amazing tutors ready to get started in Teversham, Comberton, Dry Drayton, Milton or Fulbourn.

Are you ready? Contact us and we will inform you about all the personalised courses available in Cambridge. But if you have studied the language you want to learn in the past, please take our free language Level Test, so we understand your current level and can start designing a tailor-made course for you!

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