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Category: VERBALISTS in ACTION
Our students’ adventures that allow them to embrace a language, experience a new culture, and meet students from other countries. The Verbalists network is always happy to share its members’ and friends’ experience or the once-in-a-lifetime language travel opportunities which we uncover. If you would like us to publish your travel adventure and photos, please contact us.
The language network Verbalists (Verbalisti) action packed summer camps give children the opportunity to experience what life is like as a young professional footballer whilst also improving their English skills. Enroll here
Milan is all about design and high fashion, so the range of shops and trendy bars can be almost overwhelming. But Milan also has the Duomo cathedral, da Vinci’s “Last Supper” and the simple neighborhood restaurants where no long lunch is complete without ossobuco and risotto alla milanese. Milan is popular with language travel students who enjoy its vibrancy and nightlife, and is definitely a city to be visited many times. READ MORE
Verbalists, the world’s leading language network, is about connecting people to the power of languages and joy of journeys that inspire, surprise and entertain. No matter how old you are – we have the Spanish course that’s just right for you. How about Ibiza? READ MORE
Discover the exciting way to learn English with the My LONDON program! This program is the first pick for most of Verbalists students as it is unique and gives them the chance to combine General English classes with sightseeing and excursions to uncover a side of London that is most interesting and that often only locals see.
An experienced travel guide of the Verbalists Language Network will help you immerse yourself in the real London.
The city of Oxford is home to some 150,000 residents and a famous seat of learning, the oldest English-speaking university in the world. Although the exact date of its founding isn’t known, it is said that local priests and monks were first taught in monastery schools in the area in the eleventh century.
Watch the video with Verbalists students who attended the My OXFORD language travel program: