How the philosophy of Lingua Mundi emerged
In 2018, our paths crossed and we agreed that there is a lack of customized language education for executives and employees. Furthermore, having lived in different countries for several years, we realized how important the environment is for the development of a person, thus we consider cross-cultural skills as key for successful communication.
So, in 2019 we decided to join forces to create a comprehensive and personalized educational program that focuses more on a natural learning flow rather than memorizing grammar and vocabulary from books.
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Foster and promote professional and personal development of our clients through the foreign language to ensure a balance between the individual and its environment for continuous growth
Be well-known worldwide for our method of Mentoring Through Language
High Quality Teaching
Punctuality and Responsibility
Continuous Improvement of Methods
The cherry on top at Lingua Mundi
Next to the regular one-to-one and group classes, translation and interpreting services, we also offer our clients a set of extraordinary activities, workshops and seminars.
Concerning the latter, we organize workshops and seminars on a regular basis addressing topics of personal and professional growth, teambuilding, as well as interculturality in either Spanish, German or English.
Furthermore, as we seek a more sustainable learning success for our learners, we arrange total immersion activities as weekend or day trips. Here, the participants completely ‘dive’ into the target language where learning grammar in a repetitive way and worrying about making mistakes will take a back seat, while students will rather focus on having a fun and natural learning experience. In order to encourage our students to apply their language knowledge in an easy and cosy environement outside the company, we also organize regular conversation clubs in different locations in Toluca and Metepec. Furthermore, we arrange or visit cultural events to share the European (especially German) and US-American culture and get our students more involved with it.