Raleigh: North Carolina’s stunning capital. Ranked as one of the best places to work, start a business, and raise a family. Home to some of the largest and best museums and cultural centers in the Southeast. With over 17% of residents speaking more than one language, this dynamic city is unequivocally an attraction to people from all parts of the world.
Don’t get left behind Raleigh’s international scene. Learn a second (or third! or fourth!) language with a native, qualified tutor in the Raleigh area. Language Trainers builds personalized course packages for students, based on your schedule, learning abilities, and time commitment. Take a free online placement test to find out your language level, or contact Language Trainers directly to get started today!
Over 50% of company recruiters look for language skills on potential employee's resumes.
On average, bilingual pay differentials range between 5 and 20% per hour more than the position's base rate.
Most of the world's languages are spoken in Asia and Africa.
Some of our Language Teachers in Raleigh
Antonio is an experienced Italian language trainer from Milan with an extensive academic background. He has received degrees in Education, Italian, Spanish and English from various universities throughout the world. In addition to Italian, he also teaches Portuguese, Spanish, French and English.
Cindy is a native English speaker who specializes in business English. She has lived in Northern Italy, where she taught general and business English to students of all proficiency levels. She is also a copyeditor, and is thus intimately aware of the rules of grammar and punctuation.
Raleigh's twin city is: Xiangyang, Hubei, China
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Our clients from Raleigh include:
Chiquita UK Ltd
Client testimonialsSee some of the testimonials we have received from our clients.
”I met with my colleagues yesterday and they were able to immediately see my improvements. This was the best and the most relevant feedback.”English course in Raleigh
”I’ve been learning a lot in my German lessons. It’s definitely a hard language, but it’s going pretty well and we’re currently going through all the basics of grammar. Bryan has been great, and I definitely want to keep him as my teacher.”German course in Raleigh