Language requirements in a social context:
The English, French and Dutch courses develop the ability of expatriate student to integrate into the cosmopolitan city of Brussels. It enables the student to get around the city and to understand its inhabitants and customs. The role-plays performed during the class prepare the student to face ordinary social situations such as shopping, eating in restaurants and going to parties. Of course, the student can always ask the teacher to work on a specific situation, for example a doctor’s consultation, a school registration, etc.
Language requirements in a professional context:
Both English and French are important to communicate and to understand what is said within the European Parliament. Improving these languages allows the student to express him/herself better, hence to defend his or her position within a meeting or negotiation.
If you are attending meetings in Strasbourg, participating in a debate in English or communicating with the other actors of the European Institutions, we prepare you actively for all situations.
"Speak well and you'll be heard"