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We have excellent and dedicated staff, native speakers as well as Indian teachers in all languages namely French, Spanish, German, Japanese and Mandarin who possess good command over the languages.
IITE adheres to International standards in the field of academic training by following the CEFR – Common European Framework of Reference.
Our services are available to all sectors of people, like, students, corporate sectors, business people and all types of working professionals.
Witnessing the present globalization trends, our primary aim is to create “Core-Competencies” among the learners to differentiate them at their professional work.
IITE’s unique teaching methods are designed to help you to start speaking a language in the shortest possible time.
Why Learn a Foreign Language?
Be different: Everybody in India knows English, Hindi or their mother tongues. So why not learn a new language and be different!
Careers and business: Speaking more than one language will get you a good job in a reputed company. These days only speaking English is not enough. It will also help you in your business. For example, if you are dealing in France, then knowing French will help you improve your business relations.
Communication: Learning a new language will help you to interact and talk with the people who speak that language and also act and behave like them
Cultural Understanding: A person who can understand a foreign language can bridge gap between two different cultures and can contribute to world peace. It will also give you a better understanding of their culture.
Improve your skills: According to research, it is proved that studying a foreign language can improve your analytic and interpretive skills. It can also help to increase problem-solving skills, memory, and self-discipline.
Learn for fun: Language learning is very exciting. It is not just about learning grammar and vocabulary, but it is also about learning new sounds, ways of expressing and seeing things.
For Travel: If you get an opportunity to go to another country as a tourist and if you know their local language, the people of that country will be pleased. For example: if you go to France and you know how to say “Hello” and “Please” in French, this will show respect for their language and culture.