Best Language Classes In Las Vegas

June 11, 2012 6:00 AM

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Learning a new language is a big decision. Finding a good school that offers a variety of languages and a schedule that works with the hectic lives of today is important. Whether learning a second language for a job requirement or expanding horizons for a vacation, a foreign language school is the best way to start. To find the best class to fit the needs of your lifestyle, check into several schools throughout the Las Vegas area.
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ELS – English as a Second Language
6375 W Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89146
(702) 651-7323

ELS is a school within a school. Located on the campus of the College of Southern Nevada on Charleston Boulevard, the school offers degrees for English-as-a-second-language teaching professionals. Courses are offered to help those from another country learn to speak English professionally or for a leisurely vacation. The school also offers housing for the students who are not permanent residents of Las Vegas. The counselors and teachers of the school have many years of experience with helping students achieve their goals within the English language.

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Las Vegas Spanish Academy
Various locations throughout the area

Las Vegas Spanish Academy offers courses for children in school, as well as for their parents. The courses are offered online and available to anyone looking to learn. Currently, the academy is working to provide its courses at various schools throughout Las Vegas Valley and Boulder City. Class will also being offered throughout daycare centers in the area. Contact the academy on its website for further information regarding locations and availability of courses.

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Lango Las Vegas
Various locations throughout the area

Lango Las Vegas offers a fun and innovative environment for your child to learn a second language. What better way to keep your kid busy this summer than enrolling them in a summer camp that will result in an extended vocabulary? Try your child’s tongue at a few languages and get them involved in classes teaching Spanish, French and Mandarin. The spring semester is already underway, however day camps will be held throughout the summer months.

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College of Southern Nevada
College of Southern Nevada
Campuses in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson and Boulder City
(702) 651-7684

The College of Southern Nevada offers studies in 16 different languages. Among these are Arabic, Filipino, Russian and Thai. With the courses offered here, you can quickly climb the professional ladder by receiving a certificate to work in American Sign Language professions or learn the ins and outs of international business with a course such as Business German. The college also offers a more extensive course in Chinese with emphasis on oral communication. Class times range throughout the week, with both day and night class availability, to suit your schedule. Become a full- or part-time student, or just utilize the department for a great tutor, and begin to learn a new language immediately.

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University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Department of Foreign Languages
4505 Maryland Parkway
Las Vegas, NV 89154
(702) 895-3431

With a broad offering of languages, the UNLV Department of Foreign Languages offers extensive teaching with levels ranging from elementary to advanced. Get specific with your desired second language with classes like Japanese for Business, Spanish for the Tourism Industry or Biography in German Literature. The Department of Foreign Languages also supports The Wilson Advising Center, a center that offers students assistance from advisors. The potential languages for learning include Chinese, French, German, Greek, Italian Studies, Japanese, Latin and Spanish.

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Do you know of a language course in Las Vegas that could be helpful to others and isn’t listed here? Want to rave about your experience with a language course? Please leave a comment and let us know.

Amber Campbell is a writer who lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. She has been writing for since 2009, as a gaming, fantasy book reviewer and now as the Las Vegas Literature examiner. She has published stories under her writing name, Micaela Fischer, and also has a novel, Hidden From Destiny. She is also a proofreader, editor and typesetter. Her work can be found at

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