Looking for where to take college courses in English. Especially looking in the arts like music and photography as well as French.
Well done Sparkles - J seems to pay you well.
Mirusc, I found the following:http://www.xpats.com/photography-workshop-brussels
Perhaps you could find more information on a full time course if you call them.
There are many schools offering French courses - depends on what you need in terms of location, time, intensive/non-intensive.
You could start with the following links to get an idea on the different levels, etc:http://www.alliancefr.be/en/alliance_fr.htmlhttp://www.elsb.be
Well dear all,
please take a look at the adult English classes offered by the Evergreen International School (http://evergreenschool.be/343_009.htm) and just have fun while picking up the language! ;-)
Wow! And to think that I checked out this thread because I thought it had 12 useful responses!!
Unfortunately, I believe the original post was inquiring about college courses, meaning university level courses imparted in English. I was curious to see if anyone could enlighten me too as what are the chances of my children being able to study in their native language once they finish their secondary education. Any polite, non-judgmental answers? Thank you in advance.
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Good to learning that you provide college courses in English. I would sure inform about it to my students who also looking for best English class to learn English language.
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