26 March, 2020 Culture Lea Aylett
As we all sit at home, the first few days can be very relaxing. But, after a few days some of us might start getting a little bored. There are many things that we can do to keep ourselves busy at home, and after the 3rd time of organising the house, we might just have to get a little creative.
14 February, 2020 Culture Sasha Young
Following a very successful 2019, The Language Gallery is very excited about our Junior Camps for 2020! Our camps, some created in collaboration with prestigious partners, offer a wide range of activities coupled with language classes. We have a great choice of camps, from sightseeing across England, to football, music, dance, and even one for Harry Potter fans.
04 February, 2020 Culture Yvonne Fraser
So, you’re living in Manchester and studying English? You’re enjoying your classes but also want to have fun and use your English outside class? You’ve heard about all the great art galleries and museums but want something a bit more modern? You don’t really like football that much? If so, read on
09 January, 2020 Culture Sasha Young
Travelling to a new country is an exciting journey, but it can also be stressful to know what types of student accommodation are available. There are many different options, from halls of residence or house shares to homestay. So, it is important to choose what best suits you while living in the UK. Our friendly accommodation team at The Language Gallery is here to provide any help you need with accommodation-related questions.
11 May, 2018 Culture Alessandra Maffei
We recently sat down with a few students from The Language Gallery and asked them how they celebrate International Mother’s Day in their home countries. The interviews are part of The Language Gallery’s wider ‘Around the World’ campaign, celebrating TLG students across the globe
23 April, 2018 Culture Alessandra Maffei
Though Hannover is a quite small city with its 520.000 inhabitants, there are some interesting things to discover, especially in summer! Next to the benefit for language learners that the city represents the most pure and dialect-free German,