This course has been designed for English speaking university students, who have come to Hungary to attend a semester at a Hungarian university.
The Babilon Language School holds an intensive course in conversational Hungarian during the two-week period immediately preceding Fall and Spring semesters both at Budapest Semesters in Mathematics and at AIT-Budapest.
We are confident that, like many previous course participants, you will find it a highly rewarding professional and cross-cultural experience.
This language course is not part of the BSM or AIT-Budapest program; it should not be confused with the slower-paced Hungarian language course offered for credit by those schools during the term.
However, our course has been designed specifically for BSM and AIT participants and has been tested and improved for over two decades.
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WHAT WE OFFER
Would you like to learn the basic Hungarian phrases essential for surviving everyday situations in Budapest? Would you like to get a glimpse into the Hungarian culture? Are you interested in films, good food and discovering the hidden corners of Budapest? If yes, the Survival Hungarian course is made for you.
Enroll into an 11-day long immersion course in Hungarian with Babilon Language School. Apart from your in-class language lessons held by professional teachers, you will have to opportunity to use your knowledge in real life and acquire a better understanding of the most important components of Hungarian culture. The course also offers outdoor programs where you will be able to practice some of the language elements from the course.
The program includes:
- an official welcome and farewell session
- a welcome dinner with culinary and cultural insights on the first day of the course
- language lessons at Babilon Language School
- a guided tour discovering your neighborhood
- a cultural movie night
Apart from the above mentioned themes, the School will be also offering optional programs in the afternoons and at the weekends, focusing on different aspects of history, art and design, Jewish heritage or visiting other cities outside of Budapest. Please note that these are extracurricular events and additional charges will apply.
You can find the syllabus of the course here >>
If you decide to participate in the language course, we recommend that you arrive in Budapest a few days earlier to reduce your jet-lag before classes start. Please let us know in advance if you do not expect to arrive in time for the first day of classes.
The fee for the language course is 90,000 Hungarian forints, to be paid on registration in Hungarian currency.
The fee includes the textbooks. It does not include the dictionaries.
HOW TO GET HERE
The Babilon Language School is located in the heart of downtown Budapest, and is easy to reach by subway (called METRO in Budapest):
Take the red subway line (indicated by large red "M" signs) to "ASTORIA" station.
The school is on the corner of Karoly boulevard (Karoly krt) and Dohany street (Dohany u), across from the Main Synagogue, an architectural and cultural landmark.
The school is on the 4th floor of the "Belvárosi Színház / Downtown Theatre" building (take the elevator).
Babilon Nyelvstudio Budapest Karoly krt. 3/a, IV. em. Hungary H-1075
Telephone: (011) (36) (1) 269 5531 (011 is the overseas prefix if calling from North America. 36 is the country code for Hungary, and 1 is the city code for Budapest.
When calling from Budapest, just dial 269 5531.)
HOW TO CONTACT US
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|Arrival (language course participants):||on or before Tuesday, August 15|
|Registration for the language
course at BABILON
|at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, August 16|
|Language classes begin||at 9:00 a.m. on the same day|
|Language classes end by||Thursday, August 31|
|AIT/BSM classes start||on Monday, September 4|