Our language school has participated / is participating in several EU Transnational Cooperation and NORDPLUS Projects:
*Euro Languages Net // Euro Languages Net Plus (SOCRATES/LINGUA1) - these projects are meant to encourage the general public to learn the less widely used European languages, as well as provide information about new and already existing best practices and opportunities to learn them.
*Linguapeace Europe (LEONARDO DA VINCI) - this project is meant to design and pilot language training materials for military and police servicemen and women. For more information please see
* eEuroInclusion (European Commission programme DG EAC/45/2003) - this project intends to develop a pan-European Network of Language Resource Centres for LWULT Languages.
*Languages on your Screen (SOCRATES/LINGUA1) - the objective of this project is to raise awareness and promote the learning of Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian as a means of motivating European tourists to visit these countries.
*DissMark II is a Socrates Accompanying Measures project aiming to address the issue of insufficient dissemination and marketing skills within teams involved in(Socrates) educational projects via organising an international Dissemination, Marketing and Networking Conference and Fair for project coordinators and partners from different Socrates Actions (Comenius, Erasmus, Grundtvig, Lingua, etc).
*TOOL2- TOOL for Online and Offline Language Learning - the objective of this project is to design combined language courses for Estonian, Hungarian, Maltese, Slovenian and Dutch (level A2). For more information please see
*Don't Give Up (SOCRATES/LINGUA1) - the objective of this project is to find ways how to motivate adult language learners to complete their courses (and not give up ... ). For more information please see
*NORDPLUS Horizontal programme project 'Language on the Move' aims to provide cultural information and basic survival phrases for people traveling on public transport to /within Nordic or Baltic countries. Knowing the basics of the language and culture of the country concerned can make people's life easier, increase mobility, and help to integrate into the local community.
*PRIMALINGUA - an educational project, part of the EU LLP programme, whereby primary school children work on multimedia-based, interactive learning units.
*NORDPLUS Adult programme project 'Still Active' aims to provide senior citizens from vulnerable groups with a communication tool - the English Language - that will encourage them to continue being part of the changing world, and thus improve quality of their life.
*NORDPLUS Adult programme project 'Nordic-Baltic Cafe Lingua' that aims to promote informal language education through language cafés. For more information please see
*NORDPLUS Adult programme project 'Seniors On-Line' that focuses on ICT and English language learning for active ageing. The project aims to strengthen English language and ICT skills of the seniors from Nordic and Baltic countries in order to help them overcome the challenges arising from the fairs of cultivating these skills in practice, foster communication between different cultures as well as create a solid background for seniors to apply newly gained competences in their everyday lives after the end of the project. For more information please see here
and look at the e-book that was compiled by the project team by clicking
*ERASMUS+ programme project 'ICT Based Methods for Teaching Less Widely Used Languages' (ICT4LWUL) aims to enhance the use of ICT in language teaching. The focus is on 3 different types of ICT-based methods: e-learning, web platforms & social media and using mobile and smartphone devices in teaching. Languages schools and universities from 6 different countries - Romania, Poland, Estonia, Italy, Hungary and Check Republic - take part in the project. For more information please look at the project FB page
*ERASMUS+ programme project 'Sharing Best Practices in Teaching English for 50+' that aims to give teachers of English for 50+ age group an improved understanding of their students’ needs and equip them with a set of guidelines.