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Romanian Language Courses Abroad

Volunteer learns Romanian with a Projects Abroad language teacher in Moldova

Through Projects Abroad you have the opportunity to do an intensive Romanian Language Project in Romania with fully-qualified teachers. As with all our one-on-one language courses, from the first lesson the pace will be tailored to suit your abilities and needs. A good understanding of Romanian will enable you to make the most of your free time in Romania and really engage with the local people. Courses run 15 hours a week.

Alternatively you can take a short 5-hour, 14-hour, or 30-hour add-on course in Romanian. These courses are tailored to your needs and run alongside our other volunteer projects. If you are planning to spend at least twelve weeks in Romania you can also choose to take a 60-hour course in conjunction with your main project. For more information please visit our Language Add-ons page.

Learn Romanian in Romania

A Romanian Language Project in Romania will allow you to become fully immersed in the culture that gives the language its name. You will live with a Romanian-speaking host family in Brasov and will be able to explore the city while doing the course. Trips to the market and around town with your Romanian teacher will all be part of your lessons and will ensure you can use the language in real situations.

Projects Abroad offers many other projects in Romania as well, including Animal Care, Archaeology, Care, Dance, Drama, Journalism, Medicine, and Veterinary Medicine. Having spent four weeks studying Romanian would definitely help you if you then choose to continue on another volunteer project. This would then allow you to put your new language skills to use in a practical work setting and interact more with your local colleagues.

Volunteer Profile Former volunteer Jack Theis shares his experience learning Romanian in Romania with Projects Abroad
Jack Theis
Living with a Romanian family worked miracles for the learning process. Before I knew it, I was using expressions I didn’t even study in class, but that I just somehow picked up on by living in a Romanian-speaking household. Read more...

Volunteers seeking a different cultural experience have the option of participating on a more unique project for one week at the end of their project. For more information, please visit the Classical & Medieval Archaeology in Romania page. Our Combinations Page explains how you can combine not only projects, but also destinations.

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