Did you know that Portuguese is a language spoken in 9 countries and 4 continents by 250 million people? The language is spoken in Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Portugal, as well as in São Tomé and Príncipe.
And did you know that Portuguese has been recorded since the beginning of the 9th century and nowadays is one of the official, administrative and working languages of numerous international organizations, such as the EU and Mercosur?
These are only some of the reasons why you should study Portuguese in Lisbon!
Studying Portuguese in Portugal would allow you to rapidly develop your language skills in European Portuguese and would give you the chance of immersing yourself deeply in the local traditions and Portugal’s lifestyle.
The best way to learn a language is to live where that language is spoken and Lisbon offers many different Events, theatres, and museums to help you in practicing your Portuguese communication capabilities while enriching your knowledge about Portugal’s history and traditions.
The city’s attractions also consist of sensational panoramic views, crystalline beaches 30 minutes away by train and strong surf culture. Moreover, Studying Portuguese in Lisbon would allow you to appreciate the country’s traditional cuisine, the popular music “Fado” and the Portuguese attitude toward life.
At our school we will design a learning path tailored to you, considering your requirements as our priorities. That’s why we offer varioustypes of Portuguese Courses, a huge number of School Events – such as our Learning Tours, Typical Dinners, and other Recreative Activities – and an affordable Accommodation variety.
Also, we will present you with a Course Certificate to attest to your active participation in our classes and to allow you to demonstrate your knowledge of Portuguese for academic or working purposes.
Our courses don’t require the payment of an enrolment fee and we offer a free trial lesson for you to experience our teaching methods and decide if they match your learning expectations.
So what are you waiting for?