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A Spanish-language school in Valencia attracts every day more students from Asia

09-18-2013 06:36 PM CET | Tourism, Cars, Traffic

Press release from: Costa de Valencia, S.L:

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With the amplification of the web page for the languages Japanese and Chinese more and more language students from Asia are going to come to Valencia for learning Spanish.

Valencia. The access to the necessary information about a Spanish-language school and its offers is going to be easier for the Asiatic region in the future as well. Until now most of the potential Spanish-language students from Europe, America and Australia are able to inform themselves in their respective mother tongue and now the multilingual web page will be accessible in Japanese and Chinese, too.

On the web page the numerous course offers and possibilities of accommodation, the Spanish-language school itself and the varied free-time program are presented, because the Spanish learning in Valencia is not only supposed to take place during classes but also it is supposed to be practised and reinforced in the free-time so the progresses become evident rapidly. This lets the motivation grow even more.

Because of the international origin of the language students, Spanish becomes the language in which they communicate with each other. As the Spanish culture and the city of Valencia are unknown in the beginning, there is a lot to explore and discover. Collectively museums and the historic centre are visited, excursions are made to further and closer surroundings and amusement parks are also explored or the participation in salsa and flamenco classes. It is shown as well as the culinary highlights such as the weekly paella-parties or tapas dinners and horchata the Spanish mentality is taken in quickly.

The city of Valencia scores not only with the nearby beach, the large parks and the warm weather, but with the out-going inhabitants and the broad offer of free-time activities as well. Because of all of this and the motivated teachers and employees the students from all over the world feel comfortable at the Spanish-language school Costa de Valencia. Supposedly they ought to be able to welcome more Asians in their students group soon, for which the European culture is very different, but which will be absorbed by them quickly in Valencia.

Since 1995 the language school Costa de Valencia has focused on teaching Spanish to non-native speakers. This language school, which is situated in the heart of Valencia, is a Centro Acreditado of the Instituto Cervantes and a member of many associations.
The teaching material, which is used during the lessons, is worked out by a team of well-versed teachers. One of the most important aspects of teaching in this school is the individual involvement of every single student. This way every student has the possibility to speak very much during the language course. Furthermore, both managers place big value the quality of the language lessons and a broadly diversified leisure programme.

Costa de Valencia, S.L.
Avda. Blasco Ibáñez, 66
E-46021 Valencia
Tel.: (+34) 96 361 03 67
Fax: (+34) 96 393 60 49
info@costadevalencia.com
www.Costadevalencia.com

Contact person:
Andreas Teßmer (manager)
Andreas@Costadevalencia.com

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