Apart from English courses, Taylor’s University Centre for Languages also offers other high-demand world languages. These courses are designed to take people from absolute beginners to fully conversant in the language. These classes are held either on weekends or evenings at a time that would suit both working adults and those in full-time study.
Our courses are all communicative in nature and cover common situations that you would encounter in the country. All of our trainers are highly committed to delivering the very best quality courses that suit your needs and each course covers four skills: speaking, reading, writing and listening. This is to ensure that you get the maximum benefit from the language and will enable a better overall understanding of the language.
Mandarin, the official language of China, is the medium of communication in the world’s fastest growing economy and is also widely used in Taiwan, Malaysia and Singapore. If you are able to speak Mandarin then you will have the skills to do business in both the East and the West. It is also an important language to learn, because of the cultural significance of China’s contribution to the world.
Japanese is spoken by the world’s second richest country and being able to speak it will not only enhance your prospects of getting a job in a Japanese company, but would also be very helpful in the Tourism sector and in American companies where Japanese speakers command a premium.
French is the language of love and more importantly the language of the fashion industry. It is widely spoken in parts of Africa and some parts of Asia. French is exceptionally important for those in the restaurant and tourism businesses with many of the best culinary and tourism schools in France.
Spanish is the number 1 language in America and the number 2 language in the USA. It is also the language of a number of emerging economies which could mean some excellent business opportunities. It is a European language and many in Europe envy the lifestyle of the Spanish with its pleasant climate and wonderful nightlife.
English is actually a derivative of German and the German language is common not only in Germany and Switzerland, but also in many parts of East Europe and is widely spoken in Russia. Students looking to study Engineering would have a serious advantage because many of the best schools and jobs are located in Germany. There is also a number of German-speaking multinationals in Malaysia where German is the key to upper-management.
This course covers some of the basic elements in Korean language communication. Topics of communication include formal and informal expression in different situations. Topics of culture include the history and contemporary life of Korean society.