If you’re in Hong Kong over Christmas and looking for something fun and educational for your children to do, why not start them on learning a new language, or boosting the skills they’ve already acquired? Over this year’s upcoming end-of-year holiday period, the Hong Kong Institute of Languages (HKIL) is offering Holiday Intensive Courses in seven different languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese and Japanese.
The courses are run by professional teachers using fun and engaging activities. “We’ve developed a creative proven approach to teaching languages, which focuses on giving youngsters positive reinforcement to boost their confidence while strengthening their ability to communicate in a different language,” says the HKIL team. Classes are taught 100 percent face to face in dedicated facilities designed for children’s learning.
Book a Holiday Intensive Course now!
Here are all the details you need:
What: 10-hour intensive language courses
Who: For children aged 4 to 12 and teens aged 13 to 17 years
When: Throughout December (flexible schedule)
Where: HKIL’s Central Campus
What else: SPECIAL OFFER: Enrol now and enjoy an early-bird discount off the tuition fee
Some advantages of the 10-hour holiday language courses
- Expertise: HKIL has over 34 years of teaching experience in Hong Kong
- Professionalism: Highly qualified native teachers
- Flexibility (time): You can schedule your class hours as you like.
- Flexibility (content): Daily conversation, mother-tongue support or something tailored to your needs
- Stimulation: Fun and engaging learning activities are used to improve student language skills
- Convenience: HKIL is located in Central, a five-minute walk from the MTR station.
HKIL is now in its fourth decade of teaching languages to children, teens, adults, corporations and schools. Tuition is available in English, French, German, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese and Japanese. Courses are specialised and designed to help with every aspect of language learning, from preparing for language exams to meeting professional job requirements. “Many students enrol simply because they see learning another language as a way to enhance their personal lives,” says the team.
Did you know that French is the second most studied language on the planet, after English? There’s good reason for it too – it’s a key language not only for culture, travel and food, but for higher education, jobs and so much more. Available for both adults and teens, HKIL’s new French Express Learning Method is a fantastic way to get a quick grasp of French – in as little as 24 hours – on a topic tailored to your needs. You can choose anything from daily conversation to business lingo or exam preparation. There’s a wide variety of themes, all taught face to face with highly qualified native-speaking French teachers.
Hong Kong Institute of Languages
Central Campus: 3/F (Children), 6/F (Adults), Wellington Plaza, 56-58 Wellington Street
Wong Chuk Hang Campus: 306- 307, Level 3, One Island South, 2 Heung Yip Road
2877 6160 | firstname.lastname@example.org | hklanguages.com
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