Language School Lausanne — Eurocentres: Bienvenue to the Suisse Romande
The language school in Lausanne is situated in a favoured location – the hip Le Flon quarter, heart of the trendy student city in western Switzerland. Learn or improve your French language skills during the day in the modern premises, and discover Lausanne and its surroundings during your free time. Thanks to the guarantee that all courses will take place and the regular starting date options, you can quickly and very flexibly turn your decision to learn French here in Lausanne into reality. The EAQUALS accreditation and the fact that all teachers have a Master’s qualification ensure a high level of tuition quality.
You will certainly enjoy your language stay in Lausanne, the city situated on Lake Geneva has lots to offer the whole year round. The range of sporting and cultural events is huge and the old centre, with its boutiques, restaurants and bars, is great for lingering. Additionally, there are a multitude of museums, monuments and buildings to see. Lausanne is lively, but not hectic; trendy, but relaxed. The Olympic spirit exuded by the headquarters of the International Olympic Committee provides international flair, as do the many students from all over the world. ‘Ennui’ (boredom) is most definitely a term that you can immediately cross off your vocabulary list – here at the language school in Lausanne, you certainly won’t be needing it.
A typical day at Eurocentres Lausanne
During her two-week language stay, Susanne is living with a young family with two children. Two-year old Viviène and four-year old Stéphanie have already taken their guest from Austria so firmly to their hearts that they make a fuss when Susanne leaves for school each morning. This was also the case again today. Susanne has to promise the little girls that she will play with them in the evening.
Now Susanne sits in her classroom and describes – in French – her home town. Thanks to the competent support by her teacher and the valuable tips her host family have given her on improving her accent, she has already made considerable progress. She is losing her inhibitions and speaking French more fluently. She even involved herself in a discussion in a shoe shop yesterday and was very pleased that she was able to cope so well. After lunch, which she eats with a few friends from her class in a nearby bistro, there is an activity on the programme: the class is going pedalo boating on Lake Geneva. Susanne has been looking forward to it for days. She will certainly have lots to tell Viviène and Stéphanie in the evening.
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