Have you ever imagined traveling to another country on another continent and having the opportunity to learn one of the world’s most spoken languages? From January 13 to 27, 2024, Chenac Idioms will promote an exchange to the city of London, located in the United Kingdom in Europe. You must be at least 13 years old to participate. This initiative is in collaboration with the Experimento Intercâmbio Cultural agency.
Located in the south of England, London is the political and economic capital of the United Kingdom. Also, it is one of the most visited cities in the world. Postcards like the London Eye, Big Ben and Buckingham Palace dictate the itinerary for the city’s sightseers. Multicultural and cosmopolitan, London is considered the birthplace of the English language and is one of the most widely spoken.
According to Ariel Fernando Berti, Professional Education Manager of Senac-RS, the Senac-RS exchange program is an opportunity to broaden cultural background, enrich vocabulary and improve English. “Many people dream of traveling abroad but give up due to multiple bureaucracies or financial problems, and it is with this in mind that our partnership seeks to achieve this objective through accessible and quality conditions for all,” he highlights. .
What is included
– 2 weeks of English classes at Oxford International;
– Accommodation in London – Generator Hostel or similar, in shared rooms and bathrooms;
– Food – full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner);
– 1 Brazilian leader monitoring for every 10 participants;
Tours and activities as per calendar provided on arrival;
– A full-day weekend excursion;
– Teaching material and course completion certificate;
– Arrival and departure transfers at London Airport;
– Universal Assistance Insurance coverage up to USD 200,000;
– Boarding kit with t-shirt, backpack, document holder, suitcase tag, plug adapter.
Courses are structured to focus on real, everyday situations and ensure students make the most of the best teaching. The school has programs for youth called summer and winter camps.
On the first day, all students take an English test to ensure they are placed in a class at the appropriate level. Then, students will have classes with their new international classmates every morning or afternoon, Monday through Friday.
Skills developed during the exchange include flexibility, emotional intelligence, collaboration, empathy, leadership skills, service orientation and effective communication.
To learn more about exclusive packages, interested parties can visit the Senac Exchange Program website or contact (51) 3375-7368.
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