Manchester. Britain’s most culturally varied city and one the most ethnically diverse in the world, as well as the proud home of the oldest professional football league on the planet. This exciting city has a population which speaks as many as 153 different languages and around two-thirds of Manchester’s residents are bilingual. Facts like these make Manchester a big destination for travellers and the third most visited city in Britain.
Expand your linguistic abilities in the city that never stops. Learn with a native, qualified tutor and choose from a variety of package options to learn a new foreign language for personal, business, or travel purposes. Language Trainers offers personalised programmes to help you reach your learning goals, on your own time. Take a free online language level test to find out how good your language skills are, then send us a quick enquiry to learn more about our course options!
Europe boasts about 225 indigenous languages.
Bilingual children do better in school than monolinguals.
Bilinguals have more grey matter, the part of the brain responsible for muscle control and sensory perception, than their monolingual counterparts.
Some of our Language Teachers in Manchester
A native French speaker with nearly 20 years of teaching experience, Cyrille is one of our most qualified French teachers. He has taught the language to learners of all ages, from primary school-age to adults. In addition to French, he speaks Spanish and English.
Manchester's twin city is: Los Angeles, California, USA
Top Cultural CentersCenter for Chinese Contemporary Art Type: Chinese
Our clients include:
Abbey National plc
Corporate Governance Consultancy Ltd
Client testimonialsSee some of the testimonials we have received from our clients.
”The learning material my teacher had prepared was exactly right and was very interesting.”German course in Manchester
”Thanks for your e-mail. I have to say it was really a fantastic experience with our course. The teacher was very nice and knowledgeable.”English course in Manchester