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Learn English abroad

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Want to study English? Do it at a top English school abroad! Find out about the types of classes, visa, and accommodations.

English courses abroad are a great way to learn the language while traveling. You travel to the English-speaking country and learn from native speakers while exploring local culture and lifestyle. Choose where to study, how many hours per day, and which specific skills and topics to work on. There are so many choices out there.

LinguaTrip.com prepared this comprehensive guide to cover everything you need to know about studying languages abroad.

  • Where to Live Abroad

    The language schools offer three major types of housing:

    You can stay with a local host family in their house. This is the best choice for those who want to quickly adapt to living abroad and start practicing English for casual conversations. For an additional charge, you can often pick families that live closer to your school or enjoy a single room, have breakfast and dinner prepared by the host, etc.

    School residences are usually a block of single and double rooms situated near the school or on campus at a local university or college. Foreign students often live together in such places so choose this option if you are looking for a vibrant international environment. There are usually common kitchen and lounge-areas so you can enjoy joint activities with your housemates. Some residences have special rules you need to adhere to, e.g. non-smoking policy or ban on the amount of noise allowed in the night hours.

    You also can find your accommodation independently, by using sources like Airbnb or by staying at a hotel. In this case, you will have fewer opportunities to meet international students outside the classroom, but you may enjoy higher levels of comfort or lower cost. It's up to you to decide what to prioritize when choosing accommodation.

  • Additional Factors to Consider

    Money. When planning your language studies abroad, think not only about your classes but also about cultural programs. Do not forget to take some money for excursions and entry tickets to museums or theaters. Check in advance what are the major tourist attractions in the vicinity of where you will stay, and feel free to ask in your school whether they arrange any trips to these sites. If not, do not get upset; you can always invite your new classmates to join you in making the trip happen.

    Learning materials. The foreign language schools always provide you with textbooks and printouts for your classes, however, you should bring your own stationary and notepad. If you would like to boost your reading skills, ask for recommendations from your teacher and head to the local bookstore to get some books and magazines in the language being studied.

    Local SIM-card. Internet connection is usually provided in the schools and in some types of accommodation, however, if you do not have internet and need to stay connected for your entire journey, you can acquire a local SIM-card. It is worth mentioning that in big cities there are usually plenty of free networks available everywhere, from malls and restaurants to museums and high trafficked streets. You will always be able to connect to say ‘hi’ to your family and friends or share some photos on Instagram.

    Documents. Last but not least is ensuring that you get all the proper documentation in order. Print out your accommodation and course confirmations to show them at customs with your passport and other travel documents. Make sure your visas and travel documents are up to date.

Summary

There are many reasons why studying English abroad is a fulfilling and rewarding experience. You will begin to feel comfortable using English in casual situations and your comprehension will grow by leaps and bounds as you learn to use the language more confidently. You will acquire the specific language skills needed when preparing for international language tests.

There are English courses suited to all ages, purposes and proficiency levels, so you will definitely find the option that is perfect for you. The same may be said about the wide variety of accommodations available, whether you decide to stay with a host family, at a student residence hall or opt for finding your own private accommodation.

Specialists at LinguaTrip.com are always happy to help you choose the best options and prepare for this unforgettable trip.


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