Swansea Language Courses
Swansea. This lovely city has been named the UK’s second cleanest metropolis. The proud home of one of the nation’s top universities, Swansea brags a vibrant international student culture. Swansea offers a mix of beautiful nature and thriving business. With an ever-expanding global population, this stunning city should be on every culture and language enthusiast’s list of must-see places.
Keep up with Swansea’s young international business scene. Learn a foreign language and connect with the city’s international community, chat with friends and family abroad, or prepare for upcoming travels. Learn at your own pace with skilled native-speaking language tutors right in Swansea itself. Discover how good your language skills are with a free online level test, then contact Language Trainers to begin your language adventure today!
Bilingualism helps delay the mental aging process!
Bilingual children do better in school than monolinguals.
One out of every four people has at least some knowledge of the English language.
Some of our Language Teachers in Swansea
Cintia is a native Spanish speaker from Spain. She has worked at a variety of schools both in the UK and Spain, and has given one-on-one language classes to adult students. In addition to Spanish, she speaks English and French.
Born and raised in South Korea, Susie is a native Korean speaker with ample experience in the language teaching, translation, and interpretation fields. She is working on her Master's in English/Korean Interpretation and Translation, and has worked in this capacity for the South Korean government.
Swansea's twin city is: Mannheim, Germany
Our clients include:
Green Hill & Co. International LLP
Taurus Investment Holdings
Client testimonialsSee some of the testimonials we have received from our clients.
”I am enjoying my lessons very much. My trainer is great and she also has lots of patience!”Japanese course in Swansea
”My Greek lessons are going great! I'm really loving it. It's literally my favourite time of the week!”Greek course in Swansea