20 lessons per week
Mini-group training represents a special form of individual studies, where the training session is attended by 2 to 4 learners with the same language proficiency level and similar learning objectives. This tuition form offers the opportunity to combine an individual approach with the benefits of group work (dialogue, discussion, role play). The personalized curriculum is tailored to the needs and wishes of the students. A flexible timetable also makes studying a foreign language possible even for people with the busiest of schedules. In order to make your lessons even more enjoyable why not involve your friends and co-workers in the language classes.
15 lessons per week
Individual tutoring is a personal form of tuition, where the teacher focuses on the development and objectives of only one individual student. Based on the student’s wishes and needs a personal curriculum is devised ensuring the most efficient results. Furthermore, the student can select the most suitable timetable and pace.
Date School Established : 1994-04-20
School(Business) Permit No. : 10994088
Multilingua Language Centre was established in 1994 in the field of language training for adults. Language Centre was opened in Tallinn view to providing the opportunity to learn different languages while still in nicative novel method, ie, in particular, to learn the language of communication and acquire smooth communication skills.
At that time, was widely distributed in schools of grammar-translation method of passively acquired language, but often do not achieve good communication skills. Language, however, is primarily a tool for communication. Since the '90s had the opportunity to travel and to practice more, you will also be a need and a desire to communicate in foreign languages increased substantially.
Being in different parts of Europe, the language learned and taught, was the founder of Olga Multilingua from Austria Kolehmainenil clear vision, how should learn languages in order to communicate with confidence. Multilingua at that time was the first language school in Estonia, where the books were unilingual, to create lessons to real language environment, similar to the situation and using language support either not at all or minimally.