Portuguese language course is offered by the Department of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics (LCL) at the University of Southampton. Which is one of the leading centres in the country for the study of foreign languages and cultures. We have an excellent track record in delivering high quality language courses to members of the public.
The aim of every language course at the University is to enable you to communicate in your target language (TL) at that particular level and in your particular area of interest. We use the word ‘communicate’ in its widest sense, meaning that you will not only be able to talk to people in the language but also to develop your proficiency in listening, reading, and writing.
This means that the module aims for you to understand all the things which affect communication in that language, including knowledge of how the language is used, how it works and how to analyse it, and the cultural contexts in which it is spoken.
The intensity and level of training, the corporate language skills and the pace of the course will all be created in a very bespoke way according to what your learners need.The first step is to have a conversation with us to gather the details of what you are hoping to achieve with your Portuguese.
Portugal is one of history’s most successful survivors. It made its mark on every corner of the globe through colonisation, emigration and commerce. Unlike the more prosperous Catalonia it succeeded in escaping from Spanish captivity in the seventeenth century.
Portuguese course is offered by Hil Liverpool. Our courses are taught by highly qualified and experienced teacher who are extremely dedicated to ensuring you leave with all the necessary skills to broaden your horizons and never be lost for words again.
If you are a speaker of a romance language like Spanish, Italian, French or Romanian this Portuguese course would be excellent for you. Romance languages share the same linguistic root. Portuguese is the 9th most spoken language in the world and is present in four continents.