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CERAN LINGUA INTERNATIONAL

CERAN LINGUA organizes week-long intensive, residential language courses in complete immersion. 66 hours weekly in the target language. Locations in Spa, Belgium; Avignon, France; and Warwick, UK.

Web Site:

Phone:
+32-87/79.11.22

E-mail:

Fax:
+32-87/79.11.88

Address:
Avenue du Chateau, 16
Spa
Belgium
4900

CERAN LINGUA organizes intensive language courses in German, English, French, Spanish, Dutch and Japanese.

The CERAN concept is based on the immersion in the target language so that the course participants can practice the language during more than 66 hours a week and allows the students to make a real step in the language by studying and putting into practice the new knowledge with professionals, from breakfast to 10:30 p.m., from Sunday evening to Friday pm. The programs are adapted to the individual needs of the customers and combines the courses and socio-cultural activities, this combination and the natural way of learning a language give the participant the possibility to gain a maximum of progress in a minimum of time.

CERAN LINGUA offers a new Business interactive program, complement to the basic CERAN program: "LINGUA MANGEMENT"! In the professional arena these days, you are surely faced with complex managerial situations which need to be handled in a foreign language. If so, this is the right choice for you!

CERAN LINGUA organizes, for Juniors (10 to 18 years old) language courses in complete immersion during the school breaks. Enjoy sports and cultural activities with other young people from around the world. You speak the target language 66 hours weekly, and progress quickly. Small class sizes to meet your specific needs, including preparation for exams, school work, and special projects. Learn English, French, Spanish, German, and Dutch in several CERAN JUNIOR Centers (Belgium, Great Britain and Spain).

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