Hungarian in Montreal
Have friends and family overseas? Want to travel? Thinking of expanding your business abroad?
Take a Hungarian course before embarking on your next venture.
Opportunities abound in your hometown and beyond for those who can keep up with today's multilingual world.
How will you keep up?
Keep up with Montreal. Learn a foreign language and connect with the city’s growing international population and take advantage of opportunities both here and abroad. Meet a native, qualified tutor in Montreal who will work with you to help you reach your foreign language goals. Take a free, online foreign language test, and then contact Language Trainers to find out more about our various package options!
Interesting Language Facts
1 in 2 people worldwide speak 2 or more languages.
There are 6 official UN languages.
The Pope tweets in 9 languages: Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese, German, Arabic, Polish, English, and Latin.
1-on-1 General Hungarian Course in Montreal
Our general one-on-one courses in Montreal will help students improve their Hungarian level quickly and efficiently, whatever their needs. One of the most exciting aspects of our courses is that they are developed entirely around the needs of the students. The fact that we offer our Hungarian classes on a One-on-One basis means that you can learn the words and phrases you need in a comfortable and relaxed environment.
1-on-1 Business Hungarian Course in Montreal
Our Hungarian courses in Montreal are taught on a one-on-one basis and will help you improve your business communication skills immensely. No matter what level you begin at we will soon have you dealing with business introductions comfortably before moving onto other matters. Beginner level students can expect to finish the course with basic telephone Hungarian and email skills, as well as a level of survival Hungarian, granting them the ability to work in a country where Hungarian is the native tongue.
2-to-1 and Small Group
Hungarian Courses in Montreal (closed group)
Our Hungarian courses are also available for small groups studying together (Two-to-One Hungarian Course or In-Company Small Group Hungarian Course). All participants must have the same language needs, be able to study at the same time at the same place and be at the same level. All participants should be booked at the same time. Language Trainers suggest that you do not look for classes with more than 8 students at one time. However, an In-Company Taster Hungarian Course can contain a maximum of 12 people.
Some of our Language Teachers in Montreal
Ana Maria is a French teacher who has extensive teaching and travel experience. She's taught French to learners in Canada, Argentina, Israel, and Colombia. In addition, she holds a degree in Language Interpretation from Switzerland. She is trilingual in French, Spanish, and English.
Philip is a native Swahili speaker who also speaks English, French, and Luo. His academic background is extensive, and he holds a PhD in Communication from the University of Montreal.
Our clients include:
Angus Mccallum BG Group
Denka Seiken UK Ltd.
Instem LSS Ltd.
How to Book
Take our Hungarian Language Level Test.
Let us know why you need to learn Hungarian and include the time and location that best suit you.
Review our quote and, if you are happy with it, receive our invoice and Agreement form.
Sign our Agreement form and submit a deposit* for the course.
Receive confirmation from our team with your Hungarian tutor’s details.
Begin your Hungarian training and receive your Hungarian course book.
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Client testimonialsSee some of the testimonials we have received from our clients.
”I am really enjoying the course and feel we are going at a comfortable pace. I am content with the entire course.”Swedish course in Calgary, Team Lead, Pure North S’Energy Foundation
”Lessons are going really well, we are getting more and more comfortable with the language and Karim our trainer has started implementing a lot of conversation.”French course in Toronto, VP Digital - Canada, BBC Advertising, BBC