Sejours linguistiques - Apprendre L'italien en Suisse

Etudiez l’italien en Suisse et appréciez les merveilleux paysages accompagnés des fabuleuses pièces d’architecture ainsi que l’accès facile à toutes sortes de sports pendant que vous vous faites des amis des quatre coins du monde tout en expérimentant une culture unique.

Notre école d’italien en Suisse avec laquelle nous sommes partenaires est située dans la charmante ville de Lugano, proche à la fois du lac et de l’université. L’école est équipée des meilleures installations adaptées aux étudiants et est également proche d’un hôtel 3 étoiles qui offre des prix spéciaux pour les étudiants. Notre staff et nos enseignants sont sympatiques et très expérimenté.

Le programme social d’LSI assure que vous profitez de votre cours d’italien en Suisse au maximum en vous donnant un accès facile à plusieurs différents endroits de la région. Les activités comprennent des visites de festivals de Jazz et de musique, des journées de ski dans les montagnes et même du saut à l’élastique !

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Anna Popova, étudiante, Russie

Top 5 reasons to study German in Switzerland:

Beautiful landscapes

Stunning alpine scenery is one of the top attractions of Switzerland, with both the Alps and the Jura Mountains covering much of the country. Many of the highest peaks of the Alps are located in Switzerland, including Monte Rosa, the Dom and the Matterhorn. It is easy to see why Switzerland is one of the world’s top destinations for skiing and mountaineering. For those who enjoy winter sports, the Swiss Alps offer a great number of opportunities for adventure, as there are hundreds of ski resorts to choose from. Other popular outdoor activities include scenic train journeys and hiking in national parks. Switzerland is also home to over 7000 lakes. Lake Zürich is a popular location for excursions such as swimming, boating and picnicking. Visitors can admire the scenery while enjoying a lakeside sauna or watching the swans swim about in the lake at sunset.

Famous foods

When people think of Switzerland, they invariably think of chocolate. Indeed, Switzerland has a reputation for producing delicious high-quality chocolate – particularly milk chocolate. Although Switzerland does not produce cocoa beans, it was Swiss inventors who originally mixed locally produced milk with imported cocoa to produce the sweet, creamy chocolate that we know and love today. Switzerland is also well-known for its cheeses, including of course, Swiss cheese, which is locally known as Emmental. Fondue is another well-known Swiss dish, which consists of a blend of melted cheeses served with bread or other foods for dipping. Other common Swiss foods reveal influences from neighbouring countries, such as polenta and risotto, which are eaten in areas bordering Italy.

Quality of life

Switzerland is particularly known for the high quality of life that its residents enjoy. Zürich and Geneva regularly appear near the top of the list of the world’s most livable cities, thanks to factors such as high salaries, low crime rates and reasonable work life balance. Switzerland also ranks highly in education and is home to a number of prestigious universities, several of which rank highly for their ability to attract international students. Infrastructure in Switzerland is well-developed and well-maintained, including excellent public transportation in cities like Zürich and Geneva as well as an efficient train system that allows travelers to move easily both within the country and to neighbouring countries.

Crossroads of European culture

Due to its central location in Europe, Switzerland is often considered a cultural crossroads. As such, studying abroad in Switzerland allows students to discover local culture as well as explore the cultural influences of its neighbouring countries. These influences are reflected not only in the linguistic diversity of the country but also in the food, the art and the architecture. This is not to say that Switzerland lacks its own identity. In fact, each region of Switzerland celebrates its own unique customs with folk music, traditional dances and local festivals. Studying abroad in Switzerland also means access to other countries that can be reached by train, bus or car within hours or even minutes. Visitors can easily plan weekend excursions to explore nearby cities of interest, such as Milan, Lyon and Munich. As a German language student, you may want to practice your language skills in nearby Germany or Austria and discover the variety of German dialects that exist in different regions.

Connect with local people

While there are many effective ways to learn a new language, it must be said that immersion is one of the very best ways to improve your fluency within a relatively short amount of time. Studying German in Switzerland will allow you to interact in German on a daily basis, not only with your instructors and classmates but also with local people. You will be exposed to the German language constantly, and you will pick up useful expressions that you hear while communicating in a variety of contexts. Furthermore, connecting with local people will allow you to make friendships that can be maintained for years. These connections may come in handy for further language practice or travel experiences. Speaking German will also be very useful if you plan to gain an additional qualification in Switzerland, such as a degree at a Swiss university. And last but not least, through your experience studying abroad you will develop valuable cultural awareness that will allow you to better appreciate the German language and the charm of Swiss culture.

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Située au bord d'un lac , Zurich est non seulement la plus grande ville de Suisse, mais aussi un centre majeur financier et culturel . La vieille ville pittoresque avec ses rues pavées, bordées de maisons typiques, de vieilles églises, de boutiques et de petits cafés contraste avec l'architecture moderne du quartier des finances. Avec ses cinémas, ses Lire la suite

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Saviez-vous que l’italien se parle en Suisse ? C’est la 3ième langue du pays et un canton (région) entier de 300 000 habitants l’utilise comme langue principale. Ce canton se nomme Ticino, il est situé dans le sud de la Suisse et borde la frontière italienne. En forme de triangle, son coté sud est seulement a 30mn de Milan, capitale internationale de Lire la suite

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Summer Camps for Juniors

Our Junior courses are ideal for all young people eager to develop their language skills while benefiting from an exciting variety of cultural and social activities.
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Teacher Homestay

Live and study in your private teacher's home . Language lessons and cultural excursions.
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