2019 winter foreign language classes start the week of January 7th and are now open for registration at Upstate International

[Greenville, SC] --- As cool weather finally arrives in the Upstate, UI has some cool new language class offerings for our winter semester! Classes offered this winter include American Sign Language, Portuguese, Greek, Hebrew, Russian, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, and Thai! Take advantage of our winter class offerings to impress your family, friends and colleagues, enhance your resume, deepen your travel experiences, discover new cultures and enrich your global understanding. Language classes are even a great holiday gift for yourself or your loved ones. Whether you want to learn a language for work, play, travel or brain power, Upstate International has a class for you!

Classes are conducted in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. Every class is taught by a native speaker. A variety of skill levels are offered each semester.

Classes meet either once or twice a week, beginning the week of January 7th and ending by March 15th. Regular classes meet once a week for an hour and cost $80 for the entire ten-week semester. Intensive classes meet twice a week for 90 minutes each and cost $310 for the ten-week intensive semester. Annual membership is $50 per person or $75 for a family and is required for every student. Class size is limited to 3-15 people, instructors teach to the interests of the students, and fun is part of the curriculum. All classes are held at Upstate International, 9 S. Memminger Street, Greenville.

For the schedule of classes and to register, visit https://upstateinternational.org/language-classes/, email Christine Hofbauer at info@upstateinternational.org, or call 864-631-2188.

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About Upstate International
Founded in 1998, Upstate International is a 501(c)(3) organization that empowers people and businesses of all nations to thrive in the Upstate by connecting them through programs, events and initiatives that foster the dynamic exchange of international cultures and ideas. Visit: http://www.UpstateInternational.org