Our students know that multilingualism is more than just important; it’s fast becoming a necessity. Languages open doors and learning a language is essential to succeed in a multilingual and multicultural society.
Having a second or even third language gives students a distinct advantage as they progress in their studies and their careers. Whether viewed from the financial or social aspect, being able to communicate in a foreign language helps them make more valuable connections with people as well as gaining an understanding of other countries and cultures in preparation for life as global citizens.
Within the Institute, our language teachers include native speakers who can support learning with an insight into the values and customs that shape a country. Students thus learn relevant idioms and dialects, which helps greatly when conversing in a second language with other native speakers. The confidence gained from learning from a native speaker gives those learning more motivation and opportunity to put their new language skills to the test outside of the learning environment of the classroom and provides a distinct advantage in preparing for language oral exams.