Monday, 12 August 2013

Language stays for each with Contacts Linguistiques

Students, young graduates, professionals and all those who seek to improve their practice of foreign languages are turning to language stays because it is the best way to learn more about foreign cultures. If you are interested in this kind of travel, please feel free to visit to organize your stays.

With over 40 years of experience in language studies, Contacts Linguistiques offers expertise and advice to interested parties by offering them adequate training. Trips combining effective language teaching and leisure, to discover other cultures in a concept of Exchange, friendliness and relaxation.

Many destinations are available to satisfy every taste: stay in the city or countryside, destinations, classic or exotic, tropical scenery or European proximity as a linguistic stay England. The catalogue offered on their site will help you in your choice.
In addition, in most proposed language stays, it is possible to choose the type of accommodation (stay with a family of home, residence or shared... apartment) but also the type of room (single or shared). Some trips offer even to benefit from a personal bathroom at the request (subject to availability)

In order to offer courses adapted to the needs, level and the desires of each, contact linguistic has a wide range of formulas such as courses of initiation-discovery course, semi-intensive or intensive courses, or courses in a professional or academic theme specific.
Contacts language also diversified its course types. Training in school language, courses in business, Working Holiday Visa stays, stays au pair or Demi... In addition, consultants are at your disposal to find "your stay. It comes in some sort of work in Exchange for shelter and food. For such stays can strengthen and put into practice the knowledge of the language. Unlike stays au half pair, au pair stays require more working hours and are paid.
Several destinations are offered for these types of trips such as England, the Ireland, the Australia and the New Zealand.
Those who participate more often have to perform light household tasks, and are in Exchange housed in fullboard, single room. Two days of weekly leave their are granted and their compensation is a function of their hours worked. The use of time is developed with the family to enable them to study and follow their course.

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