Depending on how you want to use a second language, knowing one can give you an advantage over other job applicants or competitors in just about any industry. Atlanta is home to a melting pot of cultures as well as businesses and organizations. If you are looking to increase your income potential or just enhance your abilities several language classes in Atlanta can help you do so.
Atlanta International Language Institution
5825 Glendridge Drive, N.E., Suite 118
Atlanta, GA 30328
(404)250-04350
www.languageatlanta.com

Classes offered at this institution include over 60 languages. This school has been known to provide a personal experience when learning another language. Most of the professors focus on making sure students have a clear understanding of the language wanting to learn. Students are taught how to fluently communicate in another language. The Atlanta International Language Institution is a great place for students to learn a language.

University Of Georgia Center For Continuing Education
Department of Professional and Personal Development
1197 S. Lumpkin St., Suite 191
Athens, GA 30602-3603
(706) 542-3537
www.georgiacenter.uga.edu/courses/languages

The University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education is well know for its educational experience. The school emphasizes student participation and understanding while learning. Not only does the university offer language classes, but it also offers a course on learning sign language. They have the option of taking on-campus courses as well as online, which can be either go-at-your-own-pace or instructor-lead. Backed by the University of Georgia learning system, this school offers several great programs.

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Kennesaw State University College Of Continuing Professional Education
3333 Busbee Drive, #3301
Kennesaw, Georgia 30144
470-578-6765
Kennesaw State University Continuing Education

Kennesaw State University College of Continuing Professional Education offers several continuing education programs. Language classes are designed to enable students to learn and understand a second language. Regardless if it’s Chinese, Arabic, French, Italian or Portuguese, classes are designed to teach students how to better communicate not only with a second language but also among the industry’s culture. The university offers scholarships and classes that empower students for success. Professors encourage students by simplifying the complex process of learning a language.

Language Institute Of Georgia
3355 Lenox Road, Suite 750
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
(404).520-8745 

www.languageatlanta.com

The Language Institute of Georgia is known for its class structure and pricing. Featured in the 2014 CBS Atlanta Local’s Best Language Classes article, the institution teaches effective communication through graded reading material. The six week course includes 15 hours of classroom instruction where students meet once a week for two and half hours over six weeks. This school is ideal for people wanting to learn Spanish and German.

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Oglethorpe University Non-Credit Courses
4484 Peachtree Road N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30319
(404).261-1441
www.oglethorpe.edu/academics/noncredit

Oglethorpe is a phenomenal university that offers non-credited courses in linguistics. This university is perfect for the person looking to learn a second language but not college credits. Programs include French, Italian and Swedish. Classes at this university fill quickly so early registration is highly recommended. The university is conveniently located in the center of Atlanta, which makes it convenient for students working or living in the area.

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