Birmingham: Alabama’s largest city with over one million residents. Largely referred to as the “Pittsburgh of the South” for its booming iron and steel industries, Birmingham was the area’s first major railroad hub, welcoming travelers from all over the nation. Although use of the railways has dwindled in centuries since, tourists and businesspeople continue to trickle in from across the nation and around the globe. With several prominent U.S. universities, one of the nation’s most important banking centers, and a Fortune 500 company in the city’s center, it’s no wonder Birmingham has stayed at the top of the international radar since its inception.
Learn a foreign language and connect with Birmingham’s international community and business opportunities both here and abroad. Begin your tailor-made language course with a native, qualified tutor in the city and reach your foreign language goal. Ready to get started? Take a free online language level test to see how good your foreign language skills are. Then, contact us and learn about our different course offerings and tailor-made lesson plans.
Bilingual men earn 3.6% more and bilingual women earn 6.6% more than their monolingual counterparts.
31% of international executives are bilingual.
There are about 225 indigenous languages in Europe.
Birmingham (Alabama)'s twin city is: Hitachi, Ibaraki, Japan
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Top Expat / Meetup GroupsJapan-America Society of Alabama (JASA) Japanese
Our clients from Birmingham (Alabama) include:
Springer Healthcare Communications
World Trade Group
Client testimonialsSee some of the testimonials we have received from our clients.
”I have only positive things to say! Brad really helped me to improve my German. I am so grateful to Language Trainers! It was truly a wonderful experience!”German course in Birmingham (Alabama)
”The lessons were very beneficial. With my teacher’s help I was able to give a five minute speech to 350 employees in MX in Spanish after only 20 hours of lessons and no prior Spanish language study.”Spanish course in Birmingham (Alabama)