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Eurocentres 2012 – the new brochure will put a smile on the face

10-10-2011 08:08 AM CET | Science & Education

Press release from: Eurocentres Language Learning Worldwide

Eurocentres students playing football in Cambridge, picture by Chungwon Lee

Eurocentres students playing football in Cambridge, picture by Chungwon Lee

Eurocentres has considerably expanded its offer in the field of university pathways. Students are offered a seemless transfer from a Eurocentres language course into university studies in Canada, the USA and New Zealand.
Another focus in the new brochure are courses for participants on a tighter budget. Eurocentres has created courses with some restrictions (e.g. choice of destination, lesson plan) which allow very attractive fees without compromising on the quality of the courses and the learning experience.
In accordance with the foundation’s mission statement, Eurocentres is committed to ensuring a truly international experience. 16,000 students from over 120 different countries study at Eurocentres schools every year.

University Pathways
English as the lingua franca plays an key role in international higher education. The Eurocentres schools in Canada and New Zealand have agreements with renowed national universities which accept Eurocentres students without entry test onto their regular degree courses.
Eurocentres as one of the biggest IELTS test centres of Europe is known for its goal oriented, personalised preparation for university entry exams.

Language Courses for Tighter Budgets
Students who wish to follow a language course of a minimum of 24 weeks can enroll onto a Super Saver Programme. It offers less flexibility in the choice of destination but the quality of the course, the individual attention given to each student (bi-weekly tutorials, assessment of individual strengths and weaknesses, personalised learning agenda) remains untouched and ensures a smooth achievement of the personal learning goals.
Other options are offered in London, such as studying in the afternoon, part-time courses over lunch or in the morning.

Exam Preparation
Eurocentres teaches 8 languages where they are spoken and prepares for the main exams of these languages
(Cambridge, IELTS-Examen for English; DELF, DFP for French, HSK 1-6 for Chinese etc.). The preparation courses are in line with the exam dates. Thanks to an innovative course design Eurocentres is able to still offer a flexibility in start dates and course length.

Our course participants send hundreds of pictures showing their experience while studying at Eurocentres.
We select the best ones for our brochure knowing that many of them will put a smile on your face!

Portrait of Eurocentres

29 Eurocentres schools on 4 continents
Eurocentres can be found in the most important world destinations, such as London, Vancouver, Sydney, Auckland, Cape Town, and Paris, and also in places of special interest such as Florence, La Rochelle, Kanazawa, Lausanne, Brighton or Perth.

During the 60 years since the establishment of the Foundation, people from over 120 countries have booked language courses with Eurocentres. Europe, Latin America, Asia and the Middle East are equally represented in the nationality mix of our annual 16,000 students.

Eurocentres as an institution is a division of Migros Culture Percentage.

Media Contact

Michael C. Gerber, Managing Director, Eurocentres, Seestrasse 247, 8038 Zurich
Tel. 044 485 50 40,,

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