Vision for Excellence International University is an international institution that holds its worldwide reach and impact in high regard. VEIU strives to provide every student with an international experience through its network of partnerships with universities around the world. The International School of languages is part of VEIU’s global mission. ISL provides education courses that develop language, culture, and critical thinking skills. The VEIU International School of Languages is committed to promoting and preserving indigenous and less commonly taught languages while also providing critical, specialized courses in widely studied languages. The Center is an international community of language educators and learners, which offers high-quality, innovative language-learning opportunities through online and in-person experiential courses for college credit. We believe that linguistic and cultural diversity is crucial to our shared global future. VEIU ISL seeks to engage university students, high school students, and adult learners around the world in meaningful language study rooted in social justice and intercultural understanding.



Foreign Languages fluency opens lots of new opportunities: interesting travels, new acquaintances, prestigious jobs, internships at a dream company, moving to another country and many others. In a globalized world, where mobility is facilitated, learning a language is a wonderful benefit. Not only does it help when traveling, it is also a great advantage for studying in general and for career prospects abroad. Acquiring a second language enables us to develop various mental abilities at all ages.

Here are the 12 amazing advantages of international languages learning

Teaching methodology

The Internet and widespread adoption of advanced technologies have led to new online-education and instruction, both in academic and business sense, providing unique alternatives for reaching larger public. In academic sense, universities now offer a possibility of distance learning by means of online teaching, whereby online trainings become valuable in business sense in relation to variables: geographical distance and time. Bernard, Abrami, Borokhovski, et al. (2004, p. 388, see – Ingi Runar Edvardsson and Gudmundur Kristjan Oskarsson 2008, p. 2) define distance education through synthesis of definitions such as: – Semi-permanent separation (place and/or time) of student and instructor during the planning of learning event – Presence of planned and organized service of support to students and final recognition of course graduation by foreign educational organization – Presence of two aspects of media to encourage dialogue and interaction between students and instructors, as well as among students themselves. From the very beginnings, distance education can be followed through five different levels or generations. Bearing in mind that every generation hasn’t been replaced by the next, but they were collected and persisted in the new versions. The five generations are the following: 1. Corresponding educationwhich is based on press and postal delivery. 2. Multimedial model which combines the press, audio-tapes, video-tapes and CDs; Students were buying materials, then they read it and completed all the activities (with support and feedback) alone. For example, learning of foreign language by listening to video-tapes in combination with the workbook. 3. Tele-learning model – it’s the model of synchronous communications using available technologies, such as video-conferences in order to provide educational programs. 4. Flexible learning model –which uses interactive medium by means of internet; this includes the communication through computers. 5. The current fifth generation is so called the Intelligent flexible learning model– main difference between this and fourth generation includes „access to institutional processes and resources… [which provides] adjustable electronic interface by which students, staff and others can interact with a university (Taylor, 2001, p.10).

Offered Certificates

Based on the accreditation of Vision for Excellence International University as well as working in partnership with International Institute of Influencers Asia, VEIU School of languages offers: 1. Certified Certificates for Teachers, 2. Certificate of completion, 3. Diploma of languages, 4. International Diploma in Teachings 5. Bachelor of languages. The duration of languages depends on the level, language, and how committed the learner is to the program. However following are some of the secrets from different Learners : a. Put in your head that learning a language is easy, you just need time and patience, that’s all b. You can absolutely become as fluent as a Native. c. Don’t listen to anyone telling you that you can’t, most people around you don’t speak more than one language and have some fixed mindset about language learning which prevent them from being open to learning and improving. You are different. You know you can become VERY good if you just trust and do what I will tell you right after. d. Don’t rely on professors to teach you. A language is a tool of communication. It has to come from you and you have to be proactive to apply what you learn and improve fast, e. Find the best book to learn the language you target. Just one book is enough. Don’t fall into the “Application” mania. An application or a dictionary is just a tool, a “helper”. f. Every day, take 30 min to read that book until you finish the book. Go slowly, do all the exercises. g. When you have some very basics and you know few phrases, find some friend speaking the language and go practice what you learn. Don’t be afraid to fail or to speak incorrectly, no one will laugh about you. Everyone speaks incorrectly before speaking correctly. Just think about babies: If a baby was waiting to have the perfect grammar to start speaking, he would never say a word. Instead, use the “ Fail Fast Forward” approach. Fail quickly, then listen to the correction. Ask others to correct you. Then improve. h. When you understand few phrases and you feel you are okay to present yourself, start to watch dramas and series in the language you target. My advice is to watch dramas with subtitles in the language of the country language, NOT yours. The purpose is to listen. when you don’t understand, pause and search in the dictionary. make lists of words. If you don’t understand 100%, that’s okay. Try to understand the gestures and you will see that after some time, you will start to understand more and more. i. Repeat all those steps: Find more books, dramas, friends. Go to the country and study there. Speak with locals, be curious about the culture. With this method, you will be fluent in less than 1 year.