Classifying Armenia as European or Asian is a difficult decision. Taking Armenian courses in Armenia is a much easier decision and one that will have many benefits in the future. Armenia's economy is booming, its cities are modernizing, and its people are welcoming the change with open...
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Classifying Armenia as European or Asian is a difficult decision. Taking Armenian courses in Armenia is a much easier decision and one that will have many benefits in the future. Armenia's economy is booming, its cities are modernizing, and its people are welcoming the change with open arms. Located in the Caucus region, Armenia prides itself as the world's first Christian country, and eagerly showcases its many monasteries in places like Tatev, Haghpat and Noravank. Visit one of the more impressive ancient monasteries in Khor Virap for unobstructed views of Mount Ararat. The two-peaked freestanding volcano is full of legend and dominates the skyline of Yerevan, the capital city. Wander the streets of the bustling capital and compliment locally-inspired work at the National Art Gallery. During the weekend Vernissage market near Republic Square, bargain with sellers hawking everything from handmade carpets to local produce to Soviet era memorabilia. Visit stalactite-filled caves inhabited by people, explore timeless villages along the Debed river canyon, and admire stone houses with arched windows in Goris. Skiers flock to Tsaghkadzor, bikers attempt the Armenia Tour Route, and spa aficionados find healing mineral waters in Jermuk. With large Lake Sevan, there's plenty of time to sunbathe and windsurf too. Kind and humble locals will grace you with their presence at all occasions and joining them for a hearty meal of meats and vegetables is an unforgettable experience. After learning the local language at an Armenian school in Armenia, the table conversation will be just as wonderful.
The Intensive course is for students who want to maximize their language learning practice during their stay. The courses focus mainly on speaking and communication skills: Students are able to choose between morning, afternoon and evening classes.
Armenia is the land of Noah, where ancient history meets modern developments. In order to indule into the depth of the history of the civilisation and dive into the Armenian culture, NExT suggests courses of the Armenian language (Eastern) through developing your listening, speaking, reading and writing skills.
We offer in-depth individual Armenian courses for those who wish to learn one of the oldest living languages in the world, the ancient history, the culture and one of the most picturesque places on the planet. This training course enhances and boosts a student's both language speaking and writing skills.
Placement and assessment:
Students sit a comprehensive written and oral placement test on their first day, to place them in the class most suitable for them. Assessment is continuous throughout the course; students formally have progress and end-of-course tests and receive regular feedback from their teachers.
*Prices are subject to change without notice due to exchange rates.