Language School La Rochelle
Perfect your French in a place where others holiday during a language study stay at the school in La Rochelle. The west coast of France offers a beautiful backdrop and the language school in La Rochelle is an architectural experience in itself. The school is housed in a futuristic building that was designed especially for this purpose. The fantastic location, the skilled language tuition, two huge sun terraces, spacious and bright rooms and a multitude of attractive recreational activities all make a language holiday in La Rochelle particularly popular. La Rochelle is multi-faceted and is in the third most popular tourist region in France. Cliffs, bays, fishing villages, harbour scenes – you will find maritime life at its best here. Culture and history are all around you.
Feel the Atlantic breeze in your hair at the language school in La Rochelle – it lies directly next to the beach, yacht harbour and city centre. The historic centre of La Rochelle is an exciting open-air museum: The ancient harbour, Middle Ages towers and artistic old buildings turn a city tour into a journey through time. There are also countless recreational opportunities close to the school: Cafés, terraces, bars, restaurants, water sports, bike tours, film, music and theatre events. The host families are often retired people: They welcome you into their homes with open hearts and a sympathetic ear. They often keep in touch with students for many years afterwards. Maybe you will soon be biking your way through this interesting city on France’s west coast.
A typical day at Eurocentres La Rochelle
Rooms flooded with sunlight, the smell of sun cream, the sound of cafeteria chatter... Impressions from La Rochelle. Mirjam from Germany is here to perfect her French. She chose La Rochelle because she loves the ocean and likes a wide variety of recreational activities. It was the best decision! The sympathetic ambience and the well-structured language tuition are just what she was hoping for. Her friend from the USA also comes on to the sun terrace, where they discuss together – in French – what they want to do after school. Students come here from all corners of the world, which ensures an interesting multicultural mix.
Many students hire a bike in order to travel from their accommodation to the school or to tour the beautiful coastal area. You can learn to sail on the Atlantic or just go swimming, but there is also lots to do away from the water. There is even a piano at the school for the students to play – which Mirjam is particularly pleased about. She sometimes organises a concert with her fellow students. The teachers take time for each of the individual students – with a maximum of 14 students per class, this is easily possible. Thanks to this, Mirjam has been able to considerably improve her language skills. With the regular coaching, she is making fast, targeted progress. La Rochelle – she will miss it!
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