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Language Link - www.languagelink.co.uk

Language Link was established in 1975 and is now one of the most successful international language training organisations.   Our London schools are accredited by the British Council and are members of English UK.  Our teacher training school is recognised by Cambridge ESOL.  Language Link also has excellent links with a number of major UK Universities.

Language Link has partner schools throughout the world in China, Russia, Vietnam and Uzbekistan.

Over the past 30 years the Language Link name has earned a reputation as a provider of high quality training to students from more than 50 countries around the world.

The company has expertise in offering prestigious work placements, different accommodation solutions, and intensive English language courses. The aim of Language Link is to increase mobility and intercultural dialogue, to promote creativity and employability through quality work placements, cultural exchanges and social activities and to give students and trainees an opportunity to experience the life, work and culture of the UK.

Language Link has been involved in the Lifeong Learning programme since 2007 and has already successfully managed 2 Leonardo mobility projects, 3 Grundtvig Partnership Projects and 2 Leonardo Partnership Projects. Thanks to the involvement in all the above mentioned projects, Language Link has built a solid network of international partners and has gained a lot of experience in the European Projects Management, in dealing with specific target groups as unemployed or people at risk of social exclusion. This has been achieved both through the projects promoted by us and through the projects promoted by our overseas partners.

Having lauched in 2010 a new online platform for the training of English teachers, in this project Language Link will be able to provide expertise on this topic. Also, our role in the project will be to do research, proof-read and print the documents that will be produced throughout the project.

Last modified: Wednesday, 21 November 2012, 11:35 AM