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Virtual reality is now part of the language training for more and more Regina Coeli students. VR glasses allow them to enter a virtual world while they continue to communicate with their trainer. Of the students who used VR in the past quarter, 75.9% were either satisfied or very satisfied with it.
Last year, Regina Coeli started offering language training at weekends. In fact, they have been so popular that we will be open fourteen weekends in 2019. People who took part in the Language Weekends in 2018 were incredibly enthusiastic about their experiences. They gave weekends an average score of 9.4.
As of autumn 2018, you can learn to speak Russian or Arabic well at Language Institute Regina Coeli. Experienced trainers have developed a programme for learning both languages at our institute.
Students of Language Institute Regina Coeli, also known as “the Nuns of Vught”, will be able to do online training modules from e-learning specialist GoodHabitz during and after their language courses as of 1 September. A number of their online learning modules will be available in Regina Coeli’s e-learning system.
Learning a foreign language using virtual reality has recently become possible at Language Institute Regina Coeli, also known as ‘The Nuns of Vught’. Regina Coeli is the first language institute to make use of virtual reality (VR) in language training to develop students’ communication skills.
In response to numerous requests, Regina Coeli started providing language training at weekends this year. Language training at weekends can be a godsend, particularly for the self-employed, expats and people with busy jobs. Two students share their experiences.