Language School San Diego — Eurocentres: The Californian Way
The language school San Diego is THE place to learn English if you love the Pacific, a perfect climate and the ‘American way of life’. At the south-western tip of California, close to the Mexican border, San Diego offers a lot of beach, shopping and nightlife fun. The teachers at the language school in San Diego – all qualified experts – work hard to ensure that students achieve their goals. They provide interestingly diverse tuition and teach with great enthusiasm. The good atmosphere at the school probably has a lot to do with the uncomplicated ambience of the city. Students particularly praise the friendly environment combined with high quality.
The language school in San Diego is located in the lively Gaslamp Quarter of this coastal city, which is also known locally as ‘America’s finest city’. It is just 12 minutes from the school to Seaport Village, a little paradise directly on the ocean front with restaurants, shops and souvenir stores. Further attractions such as Balboa Park and the Globe Theatre are also within walking distance. The beautiful beaches with their surf stations are best reached by car. A car is the favourite means of transport in California anyway. This fact is an integral part of your languages study stay in San Diego and for the American way of life, and thus also for the host families, who include a mix of young and older couples, singles, locals and immigrants.
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- Learning centre
- Student lounge
- Vending machines
A typical day at Eurocentres San Diego
Of course, Su-Yun had already heard a lot about the American lifestyle and this is why she chose San Diego. Despite this, her first few days in the new location were not so easy. The helpfulness of the Eurocentres team in San Diego, however, helped her get over the initial difficulties. Now, Su-Yun goes back and forth to school, goes on excursions with her classmates from all over the world and can no longer understand why she had such problems in the beginning. This morning, Su-Yun was dropped off at school by her host father, John, on his way to work.
Before going to her classroom, Su-Yun grabs an apple, one of the many snacks in the cafeteria that are free of charge. She looks forward to her classes and her English skills have improved tremendously in a very short time. Encouraged by this quick success, she is even considering taking the certificate exam. She wants to discuss this option with the administration team during the lunch break before meeting her friends in the nearby steakhouse.
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