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Volunteer in 7 European countries and have your board and lodging in beautiful countryside hotels covered. Discover beautiful nature and vibrant cities, make international friendships as part of a big cultural programme!

Angloville organizes full immersion language camps. As an English speaker, you will stay in one of our beautiful venues in Malta, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Ireland or England for 1 to 4 weeks and converse in English with young Europeans.

You are not required to do formal teacher but simply be a partner for conversation while having a multicultural experience, go through a series of activities with your new friends. You also have a chance to meet fellow English speakers from all over the world.

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  • Work Abroad
  • Education & Literacy
  • Children & Youth
  • Teach English
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  • Ireland
  • Poland
  • Czech Republic
  • Malta
  • Hungary
  • Eastern Europe
  • Romania/Moldova
  • United Kingdom
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21 Sep 2019

Steve is right.
Angloville ask lots of money from the local participants ( non natives) and pay their staff really low wages. Native speakers work for free
( Long hours !) and get free accommodation for this. The accommodation is ok, not brilliant just ok, The downside is that you have to share a room.
The food is not great and you only get breakfast, lunch, dinner - no coffee, snacks etc.
Angloville are making a huge profit from all of this and it is rumoured that their mangers are always going away on luxury trips whilst paying their staff and organisers a pittance.

The joy of Angloville is that you get to meet locals and help them to improve their English.
Would I do it again? No
Would I recommend it ? No


18 Jul 2019

Angloville advertises that you stay in beautiful places with great food.This isn't really true. I did several programs and the hotels were average, food was banquet quality, and the wifi connection was usually poor.In addition, other than coffee or tea for breakfast, Angloville supplies no drinks with lunch or dinner, only water. You must pay for anything else.
Of course Angloville forces you to share a small twin room with a total stranger for a week, someone who may or may not be compatible.
In addition to the average accommodations, the organization of each program varies from disorganized to well-organized.
Angloville also advertises a city tour before you leave for the facility but these are only about 2 hours with lunch after.
The best part of the program is working with the participants who are usually interesting and motivated.
I would not do it again and would not recommend it to others.

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