Languages

German

German is spoken in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein, as well as parts of other European countries such as Italy, France and Belgium. After English, German is the most popular foreign language to learn in Europe. German speaking countries are centrally located in Europe and thus they play important role in European and world affairs. Germany also has the world's third biggest economy (after the USA and Japan). It largely influences Europe economically and politically. It is also leading export nation in the world.

There exists career opportunities in various fields like business, in government and international organisations, health services, automobile industry, travel and tourism. Many German companies like Daimler, BASF, Infineon, BMW, VW, Siemens, Hexal, Robert Bosch and many others are looking for international partners.

Besides, German speaking countries have rich cultural heritage. Our interactive courses shall make German learning interesting.

French

French is native language in more than 20 countries. An ability to speak French is an advantage on international job market. France is world‘s fifth biggest economy and hence proves to be a key economic partner.

Knowledge of French gives one access to the world of fashion, cooking, literature, dance and architecture. Speaking French also offers various study opportunities at French universities.

After English and German, French is the third most used language on internet. French speaking countries are among the top tourist destinations.

Spanish

Spanish is becoming popular second or third language and of greater importance in Europe besides United States. It is spoken widely in North America, knowing these language makes travel to this destinations fun and you would be an active participant to being a just an observer. Spanish also offers a wealth of modern and traditional literature.

Spanish is becoming important with regard to business. Hispanic consumers are fast-growing market sector. At the same time your studying opportunities abroad are increased. Various exchange programs are available with renowned universities in Spanish speaking countries.

Chinese

At first Mandarin may appear difficult but only written Chinese. Spoken Chinese is much easier than what you have thought of. The entire grammar structure is different as compared with European languages. For e.g. it does not have tenses, plurals, subject-verb agreement, tenses, and conjugations.

It is the most widely spoken language in the world.

There is lot of opportunity with regard to business to tap the Chinese market and develop business relationships. Chinese is a fast growing economy, so speaking little Chinese will give you competitive edge and benefit you with new opportunities. China is not just a manufacture centre of the world, but also fast growing market with more than a billion consumers. China has become easily accessible to tourists.

Japanese

Japan is the second largest economy in the world. Knowledge of this language is a skill and this may make a difference to your resume. It offers various opportunities. After English and Chinese, Japanese is the third most spoken language on internet. It ranks second overall in the world economy. Academically there are many world’s government and agencies offering scholarships. Japan is very resourceful country and innovations have made them world leaders in technology. Tourism to and from Japan is increasing. Learning this language opens doors to other Asian languages. Japanese culture has already found place in international culture.

English

It is considered universal language. Most of the universities worldwide include English as one of their major subject. Learning English is not that difficult if you have taken admission in the right institution. There is major difference in writing English and speaking English. It’s not necessary that a person who can write fluent English can also speak English fluently. Our courses are specifically targeted to master your spoken language skills. The courses are designed based a person’s prior knowledge of the English language. Nevertheless, it is an interesting and easy language to master.

Hindi

It is one of the second most spoken languages in the world after Mandarin. It is the national and official language of India. Indian songs and hymns have been adapted and used by various popular rap and pop music artists. From science to commerce and business to various multimedia has shown India to becoming a viable world economy with increasing interest in the world. Bollywood as it is called as the second biggest film industry following Hollywood. Indian music has become influential with not only audiences in the United States but also with the rest of the world. Our conversation course not only prepares you to speak and understand this language but also gives you an insight in their culture.

Marathi

Marathi is the native language of people of Maharashtra. Marathi belongs to the group of Indo-Aryan languages which are a part of larger of group of Indo-European languages. Marathi ranks 4th in India with respect to the number of people who claim it as their primary language. Along with Bengali, Marathi is the oldest of the regional literatures in Indo-Aryan languages.

It is advisable to know this language to integrate well with the Marathi culture. Our conversation course not only prepares you to speak and understand this language but also gives you an insight in their rich culture.

Sanskrit

Sanskrit has moulded the minds of our people to the extent to which they themselves are not conscious. Sanskrit literature is national in one sense, but its purpose has been universal. That was why it commanded the attention of people who were not followers of a particular culture. − As said by Dr. S. Radhakrishnan. Sanskrit (meaning “cultured or refined”), the classical language of Hinduism, is the oldest and the most systematic language in the world.

Our modern languages of India are children of Sanskrit, and to it owe most of their vocabulary and their forms of expressions. Our language course not only prepares you to speak and understand this language but also gives you an insight in their culture.

Gujarati

It is 26 th most spoken language in the world. Gujarati is an Indo-Aryan language. In the past decade, the Indian state of Gujarat state has flourished economically. A lot of corporations want to conduct business in Gujarat. Gujarati is used in the Indian state of Gujarat as the main language. Gujarati also finds its speakers in the Indian Union Territories of Daman and Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli and various other states adjoining Gujarat such as Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. Our conversation course not only prepares you to speak and understand this language but also gives you an insight in their rich culture.

Malayalam

It is the official language of the state of Kerala, India, and the union territories of Lakshadweep and Pondicherry. It is spoken by 36 million people. Malayalam is one of the four major Dravidian languages of southern India. Overseas it is also used by a large population of Indian expatriates living around the globe. Our conversation course not only prepares you to speak and understand this language but also gives you an insight in their rich culture.

Bengali

Bengali is the fourth largest language of the world. Bengali is a very poetic and popular language of the subcontinent. Bengali is spoken exactly as it is written so being a phonetic language it is very easy to learn to read. It is the mother tongue of Bangladesh and of West Bengal. Our conversation course not only prepares you to speak and understand this language but also gives you an insight in their rich culture.

Tamil

The origins of Tamil, like the other Dravidian languages but unlike most of the other established literary languages of India, are independent of Sanskrit.

Tamil has the oldest literature amongst the Dravidian languages. It is the eighteenth most widely spoken language. Tamil is spoken predominantly by Tamils in India, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and Singapore.

It also has smaller communities of speakers in many other countries like Indonesia, United Kingdom, Canada, Mauritius, Australia, USA, South Africa. It is one of the official languages of India, Singapore and Sri Lanka. Our conversation course not only prepares you to speak and understand this language but also gives you an insight in their rich culture.