In theory, there is no difference. In both cases, we create a personalised programme for you, and you have private lessons with a number of trainers.
In practice, however, our students do notice some subtle differences:
- The institute is quieter at weekends, so students get to know each other a bit more easily between lessons.
- On working days, students are still distracted by things such as calls related to work, while at weekends, they are able to focus even more on learning.
- On Friday and Saturday evenings, every student has a language table with a trainer. On working days, this varies per language.
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- What kind of training courses do you offer?
- How are my starting skill levels determined?
- What is ‘a week with the Nuns’?
- When can I start?
- Why stay at Regina Coeli?
- Are the lessons given by nuns?
- Is it possible to learn a language in one week?
- What are the fees of Regina Coeli?
- What is the difference between the price excluding VAT and the price for private persons?
- Can I join a group?
- Who are my fellow participants?
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- Do you also offer e-learning?
- I would like to prepare for the NT2 exam. Is this possible at Regina Coeli?
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