Jun 15 2012

MAXIMISE YOUR POTENTIAL- A WEEK OF FREE LANGUAGE COURSES!

Just a quick reminder for all students with an interest in language studies, we will be running a series of events and courses for undergraduates. We will be offering courses in 10 different languages. Each course is designed to give you a FREE taster! You will get two hours of fun and enjoyable lessons each day for a week.

The sessions will run in week 9 and 10 of the Summer Term. Below are the courses that will be available this year:

Language Days Book a place
Arabic Mon-Fri See schedule and book a place
English (Pronunciation Practice 1) Wednesday See schedule and book a place
English (Pronunciation Practice 2) Friday See schedule and book a place
French Mon-Fri See schedule and book a place
German Mon-Fri See schedule and book a place
German (Intermediate) Mon-Fri See schedule and book a place
German (Advanced) Mon-Fri See schedule and book a place
Italian Mon-Fri See schedule and book a place
Japanese Mon-Fri See schedule and book a place
Mandarin Mon-Fri See schedule and book a place
Portuguese Mon-Fri See schedule and book a place
Russian Mon-Fri See schedule and book a place
Spanish Mon-Fri See schedule and book a place
Spanish (Advanced) Mon-Fri See schedule and book a place


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4 Responses to MAXIMISE YOUR POTENTIAL- A WEEK OF FREE LANGUAGE COURSES!

  1. NATTAWADEE says:

    I am an undergrad lse student, I have received the information about this short taster session. Could I ask if the class for either German or Spanish beginner is still available?

    Thank you so much!

  2. Antonio says:

    Hello,

    I’m a new postgraduate student at LSE. I just want to know whether there will be some English or German language courses in September or the coming October?

    Thanks!

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