Glasgow. The capitol of Scotland has seen great economic growth in recent decades and as a result there has been a considerable wave of immigration in the recent decade. With the University of Glasgow stimulating the influx of international students and researchers, the city continues to grow into one of the UK’s most progressive and cultured cities. Today, the city is a melting pot of ethnicities, with strongly rooted communities of Lithuanians, Chinese and South Asians.
As Glasgow continues to grow and welcome new residents from all countries, it becomes more important to polish your foreign language skills. Learn a second (or third! or fourth!) language for business, personal, or travel reasons and see what opportunity awaits. Take one of our free online language level tests to see how good your foreign language skills currently are and then send us an enquiry to get started with a personalised language package right in your area.
Europe boasts about 225 indigenous languages.
Bilingual children do better in school than monolinguals.
Bilinguals have better literacy skills.
Some of our Language Teachers in Glasgow
Kate is an English teacher who has 10 years of experience teaching the language in various settings. She has served as an English teacher at public high schools, as well as for the Glasgow City Council. She holds a Master's in English Literature and Philosophy from Glasgow University.
Madelen is a native Swedish language trainer who was born and raised in Sweden. She has taught the language to a variety of learners, including primary and secondary school students at public schools, as well as adults on a one-to-one basis.
Glasgow's twin city is: Bethlehem, Palestine
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Client testimonialsSee some of the testimonials we have received from our clients.
”My Japanese teacher is great. Her dedication to teaching the language is very impressive and would certainty recommend to anyone wanting to learn Japanese.”Japanese course in Glasgow
”I'm enjoying the course. Czech is a very difficult language but I am making progress.”Czech course in Glasgow