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US Government military foreign service language training & immersion

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Diplomatic foreign service language acquisition

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Language Training Abroad in BENGALI - CHINESE - CROATIAN - CZECH - DANISH - DUTCH - ENGLISH - FRENCH - GREEK - GERMAN - HEBREW - HEBREW - HINDI URDU - INDONESIAN - ITALIAN - JAPANESE - KOREAN - NORWEGIAN - POLISH - PORTUGUESE - RUSSIAN - SLOVAKIAN - SPANISH - SWEDISH - TAIWANESE - THAI TURKISH - VIETNAMESE

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WHAT WE DO

LANGUAGE TRAINING & COURSES in BHUTAN

We offer various language training, courses and cultural immersion in Bhutan.

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CITY LOCATIONS UPON REQUEST

Contact us

Phone: 705 745 4697

Phone Toll Free: 888 494 3974

e-mail us: request information

WHAT WE DO

IN-COUNTRY SERVICES

LAA (Language Acquisition Abroad) can offer a variety of services in this location, uniquely designed and tailor made to our client's goals and objectives. Our services include short-term and long-term language and cultural immersions, cross cultural programs, strategic engagements and operational and training support.

As a leading and experienced provider of OCONUS programs to US Government Departments and Agencies, we have the proven ability and expertise to customize a cost effective program around your personal needs or design programs based on contract / task order requirements.

All our programs can be adapted to include any of the following requirements :

:: Professional, qualified, native instruction & course materials
:: Flexible course dates & lengths
:: Flexible daily language lessons - group or private
:: Entry & exit testing
:: Safe, comfortable, vetted accommodation (homestay, apartments or hotels)
:: Private room with daily meal options
:: Cultural immersion & social activities
:: Day / Weekend excursions or field trips
:: Workshops, lectures, visits to professional work places, etc
:: Personal native guides & lecturers /conversation with invited subject matter expert guests
:: Hands on activities such as cultural games, cooking and other culture-specific activities
:: Private or public transport arranged
:: Airport transfer services
:: In-country security if required
:: Visits or engagements with Embassies or Consulates
:: Comprehensive pre-departure & 24 hour emergency support

Our worldwide staff are the most experienced, passionate and knowledgeable in the industry. We have the proven ability and expertise in providing support services to our government and non government clients, in any country, worldwide!

If you have a request for a Language immersion or require a personalized program in this location or would like recommendations, please contact us for a personal consultation.

ABOUT THE COUNTRY

Imagine a land hidden from the world for centuries, a pristine natural environment free of pollution and crime, guided by an official policy known as Gross National Happiness.

Welcome to Bhutan, known to its people as Druk Yul- Land of the Thunder Dragon. Situated in Himalayan mountain splendor, with India and China its only neighbors, Bhutan is one of 10 biodiversity hotspots and the only remaining Mahayana Buddhist kingdom.

The scenic majesty of its soaring mountains and pristine valleys, coupled with the vibrancy of its cultural life, makes Bhutan one of the last undiscovered destinations; an adventure to feed the soul and enrich the senses.

Bhutan's iconic sight is Tiger's Nest Monastery, built into a cliff face 2,950 feet (900m) above the ground near Paro. Another key attraction is Trongsa Dzong, the ancestral home of the royal family. Trekking and mountain biking are popular attractions too, as are the many Buddhist festivals that bring out the extroverted side of the famously friendly people.

Bhutan remained closed to the outside world until the 1960s when its borders slowly began opening. Tourism is based on a high-value, low volume principle in a bid to avoid the destructive effects of mass tourism suffered by Nepal and India. Visitors must spend a minimum of USD250 per day on a pre-determined itinerary, a strong deterrence for budget travelers.


From the Word Travels destination guide to Bhutan copyright Globe Media 2011