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The TANDEM Network promotes language learning

The TANDEM Network promotes language learning

Today, 26th September, is the European Day of Languages. Thus, in this post I would like to highlight the role of TANDEM International in promoting language learning worldwide.

TANDEM International, a growing association of independent language schools throughout the world, shares with its member schools the purpose of promoting cross-cultural awareness and understanding through in-context language learning.

The TANDEM International member schools are characterized for placing special emphasis on cultural integration as part of the language-learning process. Thus, in order to complement the language courses, they offer language exchange partnerships with local native speakers under the TANDEM® method, extra cultural and social activities, and student support to facilitate cultural immersion. The schools also adopt a communicative approach in the language courses, which facilitates the language acquisition process.

The language schools of the TANDEM International network have a selected team of native teachers who hold university degrees and who specialize in foreign language teaching. They also ensure ongoing professional training to the teaching staff.

TANDEM International places a special emphasis on offering excellent customer care, reflected in its conscientiously-built network of language schools that offer a wide range of language learning possibilities, the personalized service it provides, the quick response to customers’ enquiries and feedback, and in the continued academic, technological and service update and innovation.

But it’s not all about language schools. You may also learn languages through TANDEM at the TANDEM City community, at the TANDEM Facebook group and a maybe even a couple of things in this blog, TANDEM Journal.

So, today, my best wishes go to the TANDEM Network and all the language schools around the globe which place a special emphasis on cross-cultural understanding through language sharing, teaching and learning!

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