FROM SEPTEMBER 1st 2014, ESL LANGUAGE SCHOOLS HAS BECOME ALPADIA LANGUAGE SCHOOLS / NEW WEBSITE COMING END 2014
FROM SEPTEMBER 1ST 2014, ESL LANGUAGE SCHOOLS HAS BECOME

Renamed in 2014, ALPADIA benefits from the heritage of ESL Language Schools’ two decades of experience in language education. ALPADIA offers all year round schools for adults and summer camp junior programs in Switzerland, France, Germany and England.
Each year, our schools welcome more than 6,000 students from all over the world.

We are completely redesigning and updating our website to better serve you.
Until then, www.esl-schools.org is still in use.

To download our new 2015 Adult Language Courses Abroad and Junior Summer Camp brochures, please click on the thumbnails below.

Learn German in Berlin, Germany

An avant-garde capital Learn German in Berlin and discover a capital city with a unique soul: a place where audacious architecture, cutting-edge cultural events and prodigious parties await! Scattered with numerous parks, forests and lakes, Berlin exuberantly juxtaposes avant-garde glass-panelled skyscrapers and historical buildings with large green areas that account for around a third of the city, providing plenty of perfect places to enjoy some fresh air.

Berlin’s true richness resides in its cultural diversity. Where the cogs of the east and west once sparked violently together, the unified machine is now running like clockwork… but the creative flames lit by those sparks are burning brighter than ever. With its unrivalled cultural dynamism, the German capital has become Europe’s hippest city. Home to more than 165 museums, 300 art galleries and 150 theatres, Berlin is a cauldron of artistic activity, bursting with creativity and welcoming the most diverse trends. The city centre is filled with famous historical sites, including the remains of the wall that split Berlin in two for 28 years, the Reichstag with its translucent dome, the Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie. If shopping is more your thing, take advantage of numerous shops on Ku’damm or Friedrichsstrasse. And the cherry on the cake? The city is one of the cheapest in Europe!
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