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FAQ - FREQUENT QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR LANGUAGE TRIP

With LISA! Study Abroad you will find a wide selection of reasonable language courses all over the world.
You can find here the answers to basic questions, for example, how to prepare your trip (entry requirements, visas) and which option suit you best!

Entry Requirements

Malta >>

Malta:

Great Britain >>

Great Britain: EU citizens do not require a visa to travel to the UK. Your passport or ID card must be valid for the proposed duration of your stay. For visits lasting longer than 90 days, we advise you to get into contact with the relevant embassy or consulate before the start of your journey, to inquire about any possible registration requirements. Non-EU citizens may be required to apply for a visa and/or transit visa. Please check the UK Border Agency website for more details.

South Africa >>

South Africa: Citizens of the UK, Ireland and most Western European countries do not require a visa to enter South Africa. Instead, a free entry permit is issued on arrival, which is valid for up to 90 days. Your passport must have at least 30 days remaining validity after the end of your intended visit. Those intending to study a language course lasting more than 90 days will need to apply for a Study Permit. Those who require a visa or study permit should apply at the relevant consulate or embassy at least one month before their departure date. Please note: All visitors must have at least one completely blank page remaining in their passports. With effect from 1 October 2014, parents travelling with children into or out of South Africa may be asked to show the child’s full birth certificate, and where only one parent is accompanying, proof of parental or legal authority to travel with the child.

Australia >>

Australia: All visitors to Australia require a visa, apart from citizens of New Zealand. Those travelling to Australia for a period of three months or less must apply for an eVisitor visa. The application form can be found here. This allows visitors to enter Australia as many times as they wish within one calendar year, provided they do not stay for more than 3 consecutive months at a time. For visits lasting more than 3 months, our course participants may apply for a Student Visa. For this, a Confirmation of Enrolment certificate is required, which is only available to students studying more than 20 hours a week - Intensive Courses. The Confirmation of Enrolment is provided by us, as well as OSHC - Overseas Student Health Cover, which costs approx. AUS $48.00 a month for a single cover, approx. AUS $160 a month for a couple cover or approx AUS $371 a month for a family cover (more than two people). Those who are studying a course with fewer hours or also undertaking an internship must apply for a 'Working Holiday' visa, which is valid for a year and only available for those aged 18 to 30 not travelling with dependent children. This visa may only be granted once in your lifetime. International health insurance is also mandatory when travelling to Australia. For more information please see the Australian High Commission's website. If you are unsure about which visa type you require, you can use the Department of Immigration and Citizenship online Visa Wizard. Please note: Those making a stopover in the USA may be required to apply for a transit visa. Please see the Entry Requirements for the USA for more details.

Ireland >>

Ireland: EU citizens do not require a visa to travel to Ireland. Your passport or ID card must be valid for the proposed duration of your stay. For visits lasting longer than 90 days, we advise you to get into contact with the relevant embassy or consulate before the start of your journey, to inquire about any possible registration requirements. Non-EU citizens may be required to apply for a visa and/or transit visa. Please check the Embassy of Ireland website for more details.

New Zealand >>

New Zealand: Citizens of the UK do not require a visa for stays in New Zealand lasting up to 6 months. Citizens of other countries including Canada, the USA, Ireland, and other countries listed here do not require a visa for stays lasting up to 3 months, provided they have proof of their onward or return ticket, sufficient funds for their stay and a passport valid for at least three months after their planned date of departure. For information on how to apply for a visa, go to the Immigration New Zealand website. Please note that health insurance is required for visitors travelling to New Zealand. Those who are travelling via Australia and have a stopover lasting more than 8 hours may also be required to get an Australian visa. See the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship Website for more details.

Canada >>

Canada: Citizens of the UK, US, most West European countries and most Commonwealth countries do not require a visa for visits lasting up to 180 days. For stays exceeding 180 days, please apply for a visa at the relevant embassy or consulate. Please note, you will need proof of both your arriving and departing flights to Canada. For further information, please go to the Canadian Citizenship and Immigration website. A list of nationalities that require a visa or transit visa to enter Canada can be found here. Important Information: From 15th March 2016 Canada introduces new electronic entry procedures for all travellers not requiring a visa, the 'ETA' (Electronic Travel Authorization). The 'eTA'-entry permit can be applied for online and is usually granted within a few minutes. It costs about 7 CAD and is valid for 5 years. Transit Visas for the USA If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website Transit Visas for the USA If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website.

USA >>

USA: In general most travellers require authorisation (via the online ESTA system) to enter the USA, if not a visa. Citizens of these countries staying for up to 12 weeks and taking less than 18 hours of language classes per week are eligible to apply for admission via ESTA, also known as the Visa Waiver Program. You may apply for ESTA Travel authorisation on the ESTA website. Your application must be completed at least 72 hours before travel. The Visa Waiver is valid for two years and costs $14. If studying for more than 18 hours a week and/or for a period longer than 12 weeks, you will require the ‘F1 Student Visa’. This visa entitles you to stay for up to 30 days before and 60 days after the language course, independent of the length of the course itself. Travellers with this type of visa must take at least 18 hours of class per week. To apply for a visa to the USA, you must make an appointment with the US Embassy in London (please see www.usembassy.org.uk for further details). You will require a full passport with at least six months of remaining validity. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. You must book your language course before applying for the visa, as you will require an original copy of the I-20 form sent from our language school for the application process. Each visa applicant must pay the SEVIS (Student and Exchange Visitor Information System) fee of $200 in addition to the visa processing fee of $160. If you will be needing a visa for your language course, please book early, leaving enough time for the various stages of the visa application process. In general, it will take 6-8 weeks to be fully processed. Please note that travellers to the USA will also require health insurance.

Hawaii >>

Hawaii: In general most travellers require authorisation (via the online ESTA system) to enter the USA, if not a visa. Citizens of these countries staying for up to 12 weeks and taking less than 18 hours of language classes per week are eligible to apply for admission via ESTA, also known as the Visa Waiver Program. You may apply for ESTA Travel authorisation on the ESTA website. Your application must be completed at least 72 hours before travel. The Visa Waiver is valid for two years and costs $14. If studying for more than 18 hours a week and/or for a period longer than 12 weeks, you will require the ‘F1 Student Visa’. This visa entitles you to stay for up to 30 days before and 60 days after the language course, independent of the length of the course itself. Travellers with this type of visa must take at least 18 hours of class per week. To apply for a visa to the USA, you must make an appointment with the US Embassy in London (please see www.usembassy.org.uk for further details). You will require a full passport with at least six months of remaining validity. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. You must book your language course before applying for the visa, as you will require an original copy of the I-20 form sent from our language school for the application process. Each visa applicant must pay the SEVIS (Student and Exchange Visitor Information System) fee of $200 in addition to the visa processing fee of $140 (prices correct as of August 2011). If you will be needing a visa for your language course, please book early, leaving enough time for the various stages of the visa application process. In general, it will take 6-8 weeks to be fully processed. Please note that travellers to the USA will also require health insurance. Transit Visas: If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website.

Barbados >>

Barbados: For a trip to Barbados lasting less than 90 days there is no need for a visa. Upon entry you will be given a visitor stamp, for which you will need an onward or return ticket and an accommodation reservation. You should state either holiday or travel as the reason for your visit. For a language course lasting longer than 90 days you will need a student visa. The school will send the application form for this visa after you have booked your course. For this reason we recommend booking the course at least three months in advance to allow time for the visa application. Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months after your arrival date. You will need to show proof of your ability to support yourself financially during your time in Barbados. For further information regarding entry requirements, please refer to the website of the relevant embassy. Transit Visas for the USA: If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website.

Spain >>

Spain: EU citizens do not require a visa to visit Spain, regardless of the purpose or length of their stay. Those staying longer than 90 days are required to register with the local police. Anyone entering Spain does require a valid Passport or ID card. Citizens of the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Israel and Japan do not require a visa for visits lasting up to 90 days. Other non-EU residents may be required to apply for a visa or transit visa. For more information, please contact your relevant embassy or consulate.

Peru >>

Peru: EU citizens do not require a visa when travelling to Peru for a stay of 183 days or less for tourism. You will need a passport with at least 6 months remaining validity upon entry to Peru, as well as proof of financial means for your stay, and your onward or return ticket. Please ensure your passport is stamped and the the permitted duration of your stay clearly marked upon arrival. The British Foreign & Commonwealth Office currently advises that travellers to Peru may require a Yellow Fever vaccination. For more information please consult the website of the Peruvian Embassy. Transit Visas for the USA: If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website.

Mexico >>

: Mexico: UK citizens do not require a visa for stays in Mexico if travelling as a tourist. For entry a passport and tourist card is required. The passport should be valid for at least six months from the intended date of entry. The tourist card (’FMT’ or ’MMT’ -if multiple entry intended) is obtained by filling out an immigration form provided onboard your flight to Mexico, or at all border crossings. You can also obtain them from your relevant Mexican embassy or consulate prior to travel. The tourist card is for stays up to 180 days, but often only issued for 30 days when entering Mexico. To avoid any subsequent hassles it therefore should be taken care of the correct dates, right at the entry! Once in the country there is no claim to extend the period of validity with the responsible authority ’Instituto Nacional de Migración’. For more information, please go to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office website. Transit Visas for the USA: If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website.

Argentina >>

Argentina: UK citizens do not require a visa to enter Argentina as a tourist. Upon arrival in Argentina, you will be given a free tourist card which entitles you to a 90 day stay in the country. You may be required to show proof of an onward journey i.e. in the form of your return ticket. If staying for longer, you will be required to extend your visa at the Dirección Nacional de Migraciones (Immigration Office) in Argentina once there. This process must be completed at the latest 30 days after the beginning of your language course. You will require an official letter from the school, a valid travel document (passport), and a certificate of criminal records from your home country (for stays of over 6 months only). For the UK, this is known as a Subject Access Data certificate issued by the British police. You will also require the equivalent certificate of criminal records from the Argentine authorities, and the relevant fee for extension of your entry permit. Your passport should hold a remaining validity of at least 3 months upon entry to Argentina. For more information, please go to the Argentine Embassy website. Transit Visas for the USA: If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, you will not require a visa for a stay of 90 days or less. In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website. You must also obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details).

Costa Rica >>

Costa Rica: UK citizens do not require a visa to enter Costa Rica for stays up to 90 days. Your passport should be valid for at least six months from the date of entry. For stays longer than 90 days or for employment, please contact your relevant embassy or consulate. For further information, please go to the Costa Rica Embassy Website.

Ecuador >>

Ecuador: All foreign nationals are permitted to visit Ecuador without a visa. On arrival, British passport holders will normally be allowed to remain in the country for 90 days. If you are planning on staying in Ecuador for longer than three months, you may be required to apply for a visa from the Ecuadorean Embassy. Please contact your relevant embassy or consulate for more details. This application will require a range of documents, including a copy of your criminal record, a doctor's note, 2 passport photographs, proof of sufficient funds to support yourself during your stay, a copy of your return or onward flight ticket and your passport. For more information, please go to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office website.

Cuba >>

Cuba: UK and other EU citizens and US, Canadian, Australian, Japanese and South African nationals require a tourist card to enter Cuba. This card is valid for a stay of up to 30 days. You must apply for this yourself either by post or in person at the appropriate Cuban consulate in your country. This usually costs approximately £20. Anyone planning to stay for longer in Cuba should apply for a student visa. You will require a letter of invitation from our language school in Cuba as well as an application number which the school obtains from the local Immigration Office. You may apply for this visa at the relevant consulate in your home country. The visa is valid for a stay of 30 days or less and can be extended with the help of our school team in the immigration office Cuba once you arrive. Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months after your planned arrival date in Cuba. Before departure you must also ensure that you have the correct travel health insurance for the entirety of your stay. Please note that citizens of other countries may require a visa and authorisation from the Cuban authorities before travel. You can find further information on the Cuban Embassy in London website. Transit Visas for the USA: If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website.

Chile >>

Chile: British passport holders visiting Chile for less than 90 days do not require a visa. Upon arrival in the country, you will be given a Tourist Card (Tarjerta de Turismo) which you will need to keep throughout your stay and present to immigration upon departure. For more information about travel to Chile, please go to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office website. For stays longer than 90 days, we advise you to consult your relevant embassy or consulate for mroe details. It may also be possible to extend your stay whilst in Chile. Go to the Chilean Embassy website for more details. Transit Visas for the USA: If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, you will not require a visa for a stay of 90 days or less. In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website. You must also obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details).

Uruguay >>

: Uruguay: UK citizens do not require a visa to enter Uruguay for stay up to three months. If you wish to extend your visa, you can apply to the Dirección Nacional de Migración. For stays in Uruguay exceeding three months, you may be required to apply for a visa. For further information on visas and application, please go to the Uruguay Embassy in London Website. For further information on travelling to Uruguay, please go to the Foreign Office & Commonwealth Website. Transit Visas for the USA: If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, you will not require a visa for a stay of 90 days or less. In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website. You must also obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details).

Panama >>

Panama: EU citizens do not need a visa to visit Panama but are usually required to prove that they hold a return or onward ticket. Your passport must also have a remaining validity of at least 6 months upon entry. For stays lasting longer than 90 days, we recommend contacting the Embassy of the Republic of Panama in London. Transit Visas for the USA: If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, you will not require a visa for a stay of 90 days or less. In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website. You must also obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details).

Guatemala >>

Guatemala:

Colombia >>

Colombia: EU citizens do not need a visa to visit Colombia for up to 6 months but are usually required to prove that they hold a return or onward ticket. Your passport must also have a remaining validity of at least 6 months upon entry. For stays lasting longer than 180 days, we recommend contacting the Colombian Embassy in London. Transit Visas for the USA: If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, you will not require a visa for a stay of 90 days or less. In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website. You must also obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA system.

Dominican Republic >>

Dominican Republic: UK citizens do not require a visa, but must be in possession of their valid passport upon arrival in the Dominican Republic. Furthermore, you have to purchase a Tourist Card on arrival (10 USD), which is initially valid for a 30-day stay but can be extended up to 90 days by paying for an extension when you leave the country. Please also note that you must be in possession of your return ticket and sufficient money resources. By Dominican law, there is also a departure tax of 20 USD. Scheduled airlines sometimes include this charge in the price of the ticket. You will find further information at the page of the British Government. Transit Visas for the USA: If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website.

France >>

France: EU citizens do not require a visa to travel to France. Your passport or ID card must be valid for the proposed duration of your stay. For visits lasting longer than 90 days, we advise you to get into contact with the relevant embassy or consulate before the start of your journey, to inquire about any possible registration requirements. Non-EU citizens may be required to apply for a visa or transit visa. Please check the French Embassy for more details.

Guadeloupe >>

Guadeloupe: As Guadeloupe is officially part of France, citizens of the EU and Switzerland do not require a visa to visit. Some other countries are also exempt from the visa requirement when staying less than 90 days in a French overseas territory. The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) entitles EU citizens to emergency medical treatment in Guadeloupe just as in mainland France, giving you the same rights as French nationals. The French Foreign Office provides further information on visas for non EU-citizens. Transit Visas for the USA: If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website.

Martinique >>

Martinique: As Martinique is officially part of France, citizens of the EU and Switzerland do not require a visa to visit. Some other countries are also exempt from the visa requirement when staying less than 90 days in a French overseas territory. The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) entitles EU citizens to emergency medical treatment in Martinique just as in mainland France, giving you the same rights as French nationals. The French Foreign Office provides further information on visas for non EU-citizens. Transit Visas for the USA: If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website.

Italy >>

Italy: EU citizens do not require a visa to travel to Italy. Your passport or ID card must be valid for the proposed duration of your stay. For visits lasting longer than 90 days, we advise you to get into contact with the relevant embassy or consulate before the start of your journey, to inquire about any possible registration requirements. Non-EU citizens may be required to apply for a visa or transit visa. Please check the Italian Ministry for Foreign Affairs for more details.

Egypt >>

Egypt: EU citizens travelling to Sharm El Sheikh, Dahab, Nuweiba and Taba resorts only, for up to 14 days, do not require a visa as they will receive a free entry permission stamp upon arrival. For stays longer than 14 days, and for any travel outside of these areas, you will require a visa. Non-EU citizens should consult their nearest embassy for more information. A single tourist visa should cost around £15. You may apply in person at the Egyptian Consulate or by post. All passports must be valid for at least 6 months, and applicants must also supply two passport sized photographs. You will be required to fill out an entry card on your arrival in Egypt. For further information, please see the Egyptian Consulate website.

China >>

China: You will require a visa for entry into China. Tourist visas ('L') will be issued for a period of 30 days. You may only apply for the visa at the earliest 50 days before you travel, as the visa is only valid for 3 months from date of issue. You will be able to apply for an extension once in China. A single visa application will cost £30 for UK citizens (costs may vary for nationals of other countries; please contact your relevant embassy). You will require a passport with at least 6 months remaining validity, written confirmation of your accommodation details in China (which we arrange for you) and proof of your onward or return flights. Visa processing usually takes a week. You may apply by post or in person. For more information, please see the Chinese embassy website. Please note: The visa requirements for a trip to China are subject to change. Changes to the entry requirements are currently under discussion. We will use this page to keep our customers informed of changes as soon as they become public.

Japan >>

Japan: EU citizens do not require a visa to visit Japan for a stay of 3 months or less. Your passport will be stamped upon arrival in Japan to grant you this tourist entry permit. UK passport holders may extend their stay by a further 3 months by applying to their nearest immigration office once in Japan. Anyone wishing to carry out a work placement in Japan will need a working holiday visa, and must apply for this well in advance (we would recommend applying 6 months in advance) at the Japanese Embassy. For further information please visit the Japanese Embassy website. Transit Visas for the USA: If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, you will not require a visa for a stay of 90 days or less. In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website. You must also obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details).

Poland >>

: Poland: EU citizens do not require a visa to visit Poland, regardless of the purpose or length of their stay. Those staying longer than 90 days are advised to check with their relevant embassy to find out if they are required to register in Poland. Anyone entering the country will require a valid passport or ID card. Other non-EU residents may be required to apply for a visa or transit visa. For more information, please contact your relevant embassy or consulate.

Romania >>

Rumänien:

Russia >>

Russia: Almost all nationalities require a visa to enter Russia, including UK citizens. You can either apply for a Russian visa using a British Tour Agency, who will take care of almost all of the visa application process for a fee, or apply for a visa yourself through VFS Global Visa Services. We advise you to begin visa applications at least one month before you are due to depart. It is normally possible to pay extra to receive your visa within a few working days after your application, though the entire process may take up to 15 working days. If you are studying for 4 weeks or less you can apply for a tourist visa. Those who plan to study in Russia for more than 4 weeks will need to apply for a student visa. You may apply for a single, double or multi entry visa. To receive a Russian visa, you will require an invitation. This will either be acquired from our school, or if you choose to use a tour agency, they will acquire an invitation for you. The invitation from our school will cost approximately £ 65. You will also be required to fill in an online application form and apply to the Russian Visa Services in London or Edinburgh. For more information on different types of visas and applying for your visa, the website for the Russian Embassy in the UK can be found here. Please note that upon entering Russia, you must register with the local authorities within 7 working days of your arrival. This will cost around £ 35.

Latvia >>

Latvia: EU citizens do not require a visa to travel to Latvia. You must have a valid passport to enter Latvia. Your passport must be valid for the proposed duration of your stay. For visits lasting longer than 90 days, we advise you to get into contact with the relevant embassy or consulate before the start of your journey, to inquire about any possible registration requirements. Non-EU citizens may be required to apply for a visa or transit visa. Please check the Latvian Embassy website for more details.

Thailand >>

Thailand: EU citizens travelling to Thailand will not require a visa for a stay of 30 days or less. Your passport should have at least 6 month's remaining validity upon arrival. You will also be required to present your return or onward flight ticket and must provide proof of sufficient finances to sustain you during your stay. If you plan to stay in Thailand for longer than 30 days you must apply for a visa at the relevant Thai Embassy. Please see the Royal Thai Embassy in London website for more details.

Germany >>

Germany: EU citizens do not require a visa to travel to Germany. Your passport or ID card must be valid for the proposed duration of your stay. For visits lasting longer than 90 days, we advise you to get into contact with the relevant embassy or consulate before the start of your journey, to inquire about any possible registration requirements. Non-EU citizens may be required to apply for a visa or transit visa. Please check the German Embassy for more details.

Austria >>

Austria: EU citizens do not require a visa to travel to Austria. Your passport or ID card must be valid for the proposed duration of your stay. For visits lasting longer than 90 days, we advise you to get into contact with the relevant embassy or consulate before the start of your journey, to inquire about any possible registration requirements. Non-EU citizens may be required to apply for a visa or transit visa. Please check the Austrian Embassy for more details.

Brasil >>

Brazil: UK passport holders do not require a visa to enter Brazil. However, passports must be valid for at least six months and a return ticket and proof of sufficient funds may be requested on arrival. Tourists will be admitted for a stay of up to 90 days which is extendable, at the discretion of the Federal Police, for a further 90 days. Some non-UK nationals, however, may require a visa. Please visit %%%cglondres.itamaraty.gov.br%%% for more information.

Portugal >>

Portugal: EU citizens do not require a visa to visit Portugual, regardless of the purpose or length of their stay. Those staying longer than 90 days are required to register with the local police. Anyone entering Portugual does require a valid Passport or ID card. Citizens of the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Israel and Japan do not require a visa for visits lasting up to 90 days. Other non-EU residents may be required to apply for a visa or transit visa. For more information, please contact your relevant embassy or consulate.

Turkey >>

Turkey:

Grenada >>

British passport holders don’t need a visa to visit Grenada. On entry, you’ll be granted a specified period to stay. If you wish to stay longer, you must apply for an extension of stay through the Grenada Immigration Department. Your passport should be valid for a minimum period of 6 months from the date of entry into Grenada. For further information regarding entry requirements, please refer to GOV.

Canada – Vancouver Island >>

Canada - British Columbia: Citizens of the UK, US, most West European countries and most Commonwealth countries do not require a visa for visits lasting up to 180 days. For stays exceeding 180 days, please apply for a visa at the relevant embassy or consulate. Please note, you will need proof of both your arriving and departing flights to Canada. For further information, please go to the Canadian Citizenship and Immigration website. A list of nationalities that require a visa or transit visa to enter Canada can be found here. Important Information: From 15th March 2016 Canada introduces new electronic entry procedures for all travellers not requiring a visa, the 'ETA' (Electronic Travel Authorization). The 'eTA'-entry permit can be applied for online and is usually granted within a few minutes. It costs about 7 CAD and is valid for 5 years. Transit Visas for the USA If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website Transit Visas for the USA If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website.

Canada – Alberta >>

Canada - Alberta: Citizens of the UK, US, most West European countries and most Commonwealth countries do not require a visa for visits lasting up to 180 days. For stays exceeding 180 days, please apply for a visa at the relevant embassy or consulate. Please note, you will need proof of both your arriving and departing flights to Canada. For further information, please go to the Canadian Citizenship and Immigration website. A list of nationalities that require a visa or transit visa to enter Canada can be found here. Important Information: From 15th March 2016 Canada introduces new electronic entry procedures for all travellers not requiring a visa, the 'ETA' (Electronic Travel Authorization). The 'eTA'-entry permit can be applied for online and is usually granted within a few minutes. It costs about 7 CAD and is valid for 5 years. Transit Visas for the USA If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website Transit Visas for the USA If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website.

USA – North Carolina >>

USA - North Carolina: In general most travellers require authorisation (via the online ESTA system) to enter the USA, if not a visa. Citizens of these countries staying for up to 12 weeks and taking less than 18 hours of language classes per week are eligible to apply for admission via ESTA, also known as the Visa Waiver Program. You may apply for ESTA Travel authorisation on the ESTA website. Your application must be completed at least 72 hours before travel. The Visa Waiver is valid for two years and costs $14. If studying for more than 18 hours a week and/or for a period longer than 12 weeks, you will require the ‘F1 Student Visa’. This visa entitles you to stay for up to 30 days before and 60 days after the language course, independent of the length of the course itself. Travellers with this type of visa must take at least 18 hours of class per week. To apply for a visa to the USA, you must make an appointment with the US Embassy in London (please see www.usembassy.org.uk for further details). You will require a full passport with at least six months of remaining validity. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. You must book your language course before applying for the visa, as you will require an original copy of the I-20 form sent from our language school for the application process. Each visa applicant must pay the SEVIS (Student and Exchange Visitor Information System) fee of $200 in addition to the visa processing fee of $160. If you will be needing a visa for your language course, please book early, leaving enough time for the various stages of the visa application process. In general, it will take 6-8 weeks to be fully processed. Please note that travellers to the USA will also require health insurance.

Canada – Ontario >>

Canada - Ontario: Citizens of the UK, US, most West European countries and most Commonwealth countries do not require a visa for visits lasting up to 180 days. For stays exceeding 180 days, please apply for a visa at the relevant embassy or consulate. Please note, you will need proof of both your arriving and departing flights to Canada. For further information, please go to the Canadian Citizenship and Immigration website. A list of nationalities that require a visa or transit visa to enter Canada can be found here. Important Information: From 15th March 2016 Canada introduces new electronic entry procedures for all travellers not requiring a visa, the 'ETA' (Electronic Travel Authorization). The 'eTA'-entry permit can be applied for online and is usually granted within a few minutes. It costs about 7 CAD and is valid for 5 years. Transit Visas for the USA If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website Transit Visas for the USA If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website.

Canada – Québec >>

Canada - Québec: Citizens of the UK, US, most West European countries and most Commonwealth countries do not require a visa for visits lasting up to 180 days. For stays exceeding 180 days, please apply for a visa at the relevant embassy or consulate. Please note, you will need proof of both your arriving and departing flights to Canada. For further information, please go to the Canadian Citizenship and Immigration website. A list of nationalities that require a visa or transit visa to enter Canada can be found here. Important Information: From 15th March 2016 Canada introduces new electronic entry procedures for all travellers not requiring a visa, the 'ETA' (Electronic Travel Authorization). The 'eTA'-entry permit can be applied for online and is usually granted within a few minutes. It costs about 7 CAD and is valid for 5 years. Transit Visas for the USA If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website Transit Visas for the USA If on a stopover flight which lands in the USA on the way to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean, EU citizens planning to stay in the US for 90 days or less will not require a visa, although they will be required to obtain entry authorisation through the electronic ESTA (Visa Waiver) system (please see Entry Requirements for the USA for more details). In all other cases, you will require a transit visa for the journey through the USA. Your passport must also be valid for the full length of the planned stay. All new-style passports issued since 01.11.2005 should contain an electronic chip with your biometric data. For further information please consult the US embassy website.

Ireland – Munster >>

Irland - Munster: EU citizens do not require a visa to travel to Ireland. Your passport or ID card must be valid for the proposed duration of your stay. For visits lasting longer than 90 days, we advise you to get into contact with the relevant embassy or consulate before the start of your journey, to inquire about any possible registration requirements. Non-EU citizens may be required to apply for a visa and/or transit visa. Please check the Embassy of Ireland website for more details.

Ireland – Leinster >>

Irland - Leinster: EU citizens do not require a visa to travel to Ireland. Your passport or ID card must be valid for the proposed duration of your stay. For visits lasting longer than 90 days, we advise you to get into contact with the relevant embassy or consulate before the start of your journey, to inquire about any possible registration requirements. Non-EU citizens may be required to apply for a visa and/or transit visa. Please check the Embassy of Ireland website for more details.

Ireland – Connacht >>

Irland - Connacht: EU citizens do not require a visa to travel to Ireland. Your passport or ID card must be valid for the proposed duration of your stay. For visits lasting longer than 90 days, we advise you to get into contact with the relevant embassy or consulate before the start of your journey, to inquire about any possible registration requirements. Non-EU citizens may be required to apply for a visa and/or transit visa. Please check the Embassy of Ireland website for more details.

Ireland – Ulster >>

Irland - Ulster: EU citizens do not require a visa to travel to Ireland. Your passport or ID card must be valid for the proposed duration of your stay. For visits lasting longer than 90 days, we advise you to get into contact with the relevant embassy or consulate before the start of your journey, to inquire about any possible registration requirements. Non-EU citizens may be required to apply for a visa and/or transit visa. Please check the Embassy of Ireland website for more details.

Turkey >>

Cyprus >>

What course types are available?

Your lessons will be lead by a professional teacher who specialises in teaching their native tongue as a foreign language. Holiday Course: This course consists of up to 15 lessons per week and is taught in groups. The holiday course can be booked for any period of time from one week to up to a year. Standard Course: This course usually consists of 16 to 20 lessons per week. Therefore, this allows you to further develop your language in your free time in the afternoons. The standard course can be booked for any period of time from one week to up to a year. The average course length of our customers is 4 weeks, the optimal length is 12 weeks. Our standard course is taught in groups, with students from all over the world. Intensive Course: The intensive course usually has 21 to 26 lessons a week You will still have plenty of time to enjoy social and cultural activities in the afternoons and evenings.The intensive course is taught in group lessons and includes more lessons than the holiday or standard course, to allow faster progress in your chosen language. We recommend the intensive programme to anyone who wishes to make considerable progress in their chosen language in 2 to 4 weeks. Super Intensive Course: This course has more then 27 lessons per week and is taught in groups with students from all over the world. Like the intensive course, we recommend the super intensive programme to anyone who wishes to make considerable progress in their chosen language in a very short period of time. The average course length for our customers is 2 weeks, though the optimal length is between 2 and 12 weeks. Business Course: We recommend this course to young professionals or business managers. The business course is offered to students of several different proficiency levels, but at least a small amount of prior knowledge of the language is necessary to be able to follow the lessons. You will learn how to communicate with international partners, make business connections and develop networks. The business course usually consists of 30 lessons a week. You will have 6 lessons a day, which will still leave plenty of time to enjoy social and cultural activities in the afternoons and evenings. Minigroup Lessons: Private Lessons: At our language schools, private tuition comes under 'Star Course'. Tuition on the Star Course is on a private basis. The Star Course is recommended if you are planning to learn a language in the shortest possible time or, for example, if you have to prepare for a negotiation or presentation. The teaching plan is precisely tailored to meet your learning objectives and cover your particular areas of interest. This course includes between 15 and 30 private lessons a week. In some destinations private tuition for 2 persons booking and travelling together with 1 teacher is available. Courses which combine group lessons and private lessons come under 'Standard Course Plus' or 'Intensive Course Plus'. These are our most successful courses; we recommend it regardless of the length of your stay. You will decide on the content of your private lessons together with your tutors. The lessons will cover your areas of interest as well as any aspects of the language that you may need to revise. After just a few days, complete beginners will be able to make simple conversation with their host families and after two weeks, they will be able to make conversation with any native speaker. Family Course: Language & Culture Course: Explorer Course;

Which skill level do I have?

An exact assessment of your level of language takes place on the first day at the school. Some schools may also ask you to sit your placement test online before you start your trip. You will then be placed into groups according to ability, in order to ensure the best learning conditions for each student. The level you describe when booking your course is only necessary to give the school a general idea of your knowledge of the language. Levels usually converge into each other. Most of our schools use the European Language Certificate (TELC) system which is a framework described by the European Council (1991). This enables us to compare levels of language, even in different languages. Each level is described in terms of proficiency as well as areas which could still be improved. With this framework, the European Council created guidelines to help learners categorise their knowledge and measure their success. A0 - complete beginner You have no knowledge of the language whatsoever and cannot read or understand simple sentences such as the following: Lisa ist ein schönes Mädchen. Lisa est une belle fille. Lisa es una niña hermosa. Lisa è una bella ragazza. Лиза красивая девушка. ลิซ่าเป็นสาวสวย. A1 - Elementary Level You know a few words of the language, you may be able to understand a few phrases and only say a few words. You have no or hardly any knowledge of the grammar of the language you are learning. For example: Haus, Baum, Katze, Hund, Maus, Ich habe Hunger, maison, arbre, chat, chien, souris, j'ai faim, casa, albero, gatto, cane, topo, ho fame, dom, drzewo, kot, pies, mysz, jestem głodny, Дом, дерево, кошка, собака, мышь, я голоден, árbol, gato, perro, ratón, tengo hambre, เมาส์ต้นไม้, บ้าน, แมว, สุนัข,, ฉันหิว A2 - Lower Intermediate You know a few words and phrases for everyday purposes, but you cannot speak fluently. You have a rudimentary knowledge of the grammar of the language you are learning. For languages such as Arabic, Russian, Chinese or Japanese, Lower Intermediate means you can read simple sentences using the script the language uses. B1- Intermediate You can communicate well in familiar matters. You have a good level of listening and reading comprehension. You may still have difficulties with pronunciation and technical terms. B2 - Upper Intermediate You communicate well and you can understand abstract and new topics. You have a good knowledge of technical terms and you are able to have a conversation with native speakers. C1 - Advanced You communicate very well, albeit with minor mistakes. You can communicate fluently, spontaneously and in any situation. You can understand technical texts. You would categorize yourself as advanced and you would like to improve your knowledge of technical terms or improve your knowledge of the language to a perfect level. C2 - Upper Advanced You have a very rich vocabulary, you use grammar correctly without having to think about it and speak fluently. You understand anything you may read or hear, and you can summarise information without difficulties. Your aim is to speak the language like a native speaker or to improve your knowledge of the language as a linguist / translator to a degree of perfection. Exceptional Circumstances: Course participants who cannot be placed into an ability group receive individual tuition instead of group lessons. The amount of lessons will therefore be proportionally fewer. The number of lessons may also be reduced for very small groups.

Which accommodation types are available?

We offer you clean, tidy and personally hand-picked accommodation choices. We can offer you a choice of self-catered, bed & breakfast, half-board or full-board at each of our locations to better suit your needs. As a rule, accommodation costs are already included in our prices. Should there be seasonal prices they are calculated pro rata according to date. Family (Host Family & Private Lodging) If you want to build up your speaking skills quickly, we would advise you to book accommodation with a host family/private lodging. Our host families are friendly, communicative and as diverse and individual as our customers. Traditional families with two parents and children are becoming fewer and fewer in the cities. Therefore, if you opt for a host family as your choice of accommodation, you will either stay with a traditional family with children or as a private lodger (e. g. with a single mother, a couple etc.). Please note that you are not allowed to use the kitchen in most host families, so we recommend that you book half board (HB) or full board (FB). Please remember that meals will be prepared according to local customs and the host family’s cooking habits. School-owned Shared Flat This involves staying with several other course participants in simple but adequately equipped accommodation with shared kitchen and bath/WC facilities. You can usually book a single (SR) or double (DR) room. Shared Flat You will stay in a room in a shared house or flat with several people, e. g. local students or private tenants, in simple but adequately equipped accommodation with shared kitchen and bathroom/WC facilities. At most locations, only single rooms can be booked in the flat share. Students are usually responsible for cleaning their own rooms. Studio You will stay in a single-room apartment with a bath/WC and usually a kitchenette. Studios can be booked as singles or, in some cases, as double rooms for people travelling together. Apartment You will stay in a single or multi-bed apartment. The facilities are usually more exclusive than in a holiday flat or flat share. The apartment has a bath/WC and a well-equipped kitchen, which you will be able to make full use of. The apartment can generally be booked by people travelling alone as a single room or by two or more people travelling together. Residence You will stay in a student hall of residence with international guests. Please see the description of each individual course destination for information about kitchen and bathroom facilities. Halls of residence are very popular because they are often centrally located. This type of accommodation is more basic than others. Single (SR), double (DR) or shared dorm rooms (D) are available (see description of the particular location). Please note that some residences may only be available in summer. Hotel Most of the hotels in our brochure are classed as 3-star (see description of course location). In Malta, we also offer 4 and 5 star hotels. Hostel You will stay in a youth hostel with an international atmosphere. Single (SR), double (DR) or dormitory-style (D) rooms are available, depending on the course location. Kitchen and bath/WC are shared. Hostels are suitable for students who do not demand a high level of comfort.

Travel Insurances

We do not offer additional travel insurances. Please inform online or at your well known insurance agency about bookable travel insurances.

Is it possible to book accommodation without a language course?

If you accompany a person attending a language course, but don't follow the course yourself, there is a supplement of approx. £40 to the regular accomodation price. Please call us or send us an email for further information and advice.

How do I sign up? When should I book? - The Booking

We have made signing up for a language course easy and convenient for you; either book online or print off a registration form, fill out your details and then return to us by Email, post or fax. Generally speaking, the earlier, the better. That way, you have a far better chance at getting everything want from your course. Short notice bookings are normally possible, but please be aware that cheap flights and the best accommodation are normally booked up very early. Bookings for countries with visa regulations, e. g. China or Russia, should be made no later than 8 weeks before the start date of the course. It is advisable for you to take time to plan your language trip, however, once you have decided, please register as soon as possible!

What happens next, after I have made a reservation?

After we've received your completed registration form, we will immediately begin to process it. You will receive confirmation from us, along with a bill, including a breakdown of your payment. Receiving this means your course is booked. We ask you to check through your payment breakdown carefully. You will receive detailed travel documents with information about your chosen language school, accommodation and arrival in good time before the start of your trip, on confirmation of payment.

What happens if I am the only student at a language level?

Course participants who cannot be placed into an ability group receive individual tuition instead of group lessons. The amount of lessons will therefore be proportionally fewer. The number of lessons may also be reduced for very small groups.

Whill there be lessons on public holidays?

The schools do not open on public holidays and, in the majority of cases, lessons are not made up for, except private tuition. Public holidays are listed to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. There is no price reduction available as a result of public holidays durnig your stay.

How should I prepare?

If you embark on a language learning course with us, no preparation is needed for the study of your chosen language. However, we do ask that you do the following things to prepare for your journey abroad. Insurance: We urge you to take out health insurance, and travel insurance. Click here to view a range of insurance policies recommended by LISA! that are suitable for your trip. Flights: Flights are not included as part of our services, therefore you will need to reserve these separately. We recommend booking as early as possible to get the best value fares. What to bring: We recommend you bring a dictionary, notebook and stationery with you to your lessons. Documents: Please check that your passport and travel documents fulfil the entry requirements for any country you may be travelling to or through (for example: visa, sufficient passport validity etc.). Information on each country's entry requirements can be found in the FAQ menu under Entry Requirements.

How can I reach you?

You can reach our consulting team via e-mail and per telephone 01256 - 808 212 from monday to friday 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.

Which age is the minimum age for language courses abroad?

Our language courses are suitable for adults of all ages. The minimum age for our language course program for adults is 18 years. Kids and teenager can attend language courses for teenager abroad from 11 years. The program for kids and teenager is including the language course, accommodation and a supervised leisure time program. Teenager from 16 years on can attend selected courses for adults, without a supervised leisure time program.

Can I travel together with my family?

Yes, of course you can travel with your family! We offer courses both for adults and kids or teenagers. Please ask our consultants, in which of our destinations parents and children can have language courses and where we offer our family holiday. Classes for adults and children will be held separately. It is also possible, that part of the family is attending a language course while the other part is having a summer holiday.

Do I need to bring bed linen and towels?

Bed linen is provided in most types of accommodation. We recommend you take your own towels with you. You will receive more information in your travel information documents.

Is there a possibility for washing my clothes?

Most types of accommodation offer laundry facilities. You will receive more information in your travel documents.

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