Meet a student in the Bridge General English Program here in Denver, Colorado! Alina, from Switzerland, is taking part in a 4-week program to improve her English. We asked her some questions about her experience as a student at Bridge, what she likes about Denver, and if her opinion about the U.S. has changed now that she’s here!
You’ve decided to learn English, the next step is deciding where. You may want read this before buying that plane ticket to New York or California:
Our student Romulo has taken advantage of Colorado’s 300 days of sunshine. Read about his outdoor adventures that have made his learning experience extremely fun:
Students at our language center in Denver come from all around the world. Each of them brings a unique culture, dialect and experiences that (believe it or not) can be understood despite language barriers. We encourage our students to practice their english with each other, and it’s through these open classroom conversations that we find students with incredible stories to share. BridgeEnglish student, Nelson D., found this particular classmate so inspiring, he decided to write a profile about her:
Have you ever been given an explanation as to why learning English can be difficult? BridgeEnglish Denver student, Nelson D. has some insight to why learning English is a challenge.
Bridge executive students in Denver attended an international networking and educational event on Sept. 29, 2011, as part of the Bridge Executive Enrichment Program. Bridge students representing Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Switzerland met members of the International Business Circle over cocktails and a gourmet buffet dinner. Bill Obermeier, an international brand and marketing consultant, spoke about new […]