Top countries to study english


Published on

An awesome study for people who want to travel and practice the english language.

Published in: Education, Business, Travel
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Top countries to study english

  1. 1. Top Countries to Study English Renan Bartók Leme
  2. 2. What students should know before to choose a country ? • Language and accents • Culture • Climate • Main cities to study english • Currency and values to exchange the money
  3. 3. The top 8
  4. 4. South Africa • Global location: The southern tip of Africa; • Languages: Afrikaans, English and 9 more languages (isi Ndebele, Sesotho sa Leboa, Sesotho, siSwati, Xitsonga, Setswana, Tshivenda, isiXhosa and isiZulu) • Temperature Max: 51°C Min: −15 °C • Currency: South African Rand (ZAR) [1,00 BRL = 4,72 ZAR]
  5. 5. • 8) South africa is the most democratic and economically-stable country in Africa with gorgeous scenery and thrilling wildlife. • South Africa is a multiethnic society encompassing a wide variety of cultures, languages, and religions. Its pluralistic makeup is reflected in the constitution's recognition of 11 official languages, which is among the highest number of any country in the world. Two of these languages are of European origin: English andAfrikaans. Even though English is commonly used in public and commercial life, it is only the fourth most- spoken oficial language. South Africa
  6. 6. • South Africa has a generally temperate climate, due in part to being surrounded by the Atlantic and Indian Oceans on three sides. On midwinter temperatures can reach as low as −15 °C. The deep interior has the hottest temperatures: a temperature of 51.7 °C • The safest places to live and study are along the Western Cape, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth. This country is incredibly diverse and multi-cultural with great food, weather and activities. South Africa
  7. 7. South Africa
  8. 8. Western Cape
  9. 9. Cape Town
  10. 10. Port ElizabethPort Elizabeth
  11. 11. Mixture of students
  12. 12. Malta • Global location: Southern of Europe in the Mediterranean Sea • Languages: Maltese and English; • Temperature: Max: 31,8° C Min: 9,9° C • Currency: Euro (€)b (EUR) [1,00 EUR = 3,08 BRL]
  13. 13. • 7) Malta is an island paradise located between Italy and North Africa it is an incredibly small country but beautiful, warm and historical. English is an official language, Malta has good accommodations and reasonable pricing. • The temperature is very stable, the annual mean being 18ºC (64ºF) and the monthly averages ranging from 12º C (54ºF) to 31ºC (88ºF). Winds are strong and frequent; Malta
  14. 14. Malta
  15. 15. Birkirkara (Largest city)Birkirkara
  16. 16. Qormi
  17. 17. Valletta (Capital)Valletta
  18. 18. Mixture of students
  19. 19. United States of America • Global location: North America; • Languages: English; • Temperature: Max: 56° C Min: -61° C • Currency: American dollar (US$) (USD) [1,00 USD = 2,21 BRL] World’s 1st largest economy
  20. 20. • 6) The US is varied depending on which part you study in. Crime is a factor in most major cities and metro-areas. The North-East and the state of California are the more liberal places in the country. The climate depends on your area but typically the more north you are, the colder it will be during winter. There is lots of paper work involved in applying for a visa and the process can take a while so it’s best to start well ahead of time. United States of America
  21. 21. United States of America
  22. 22. United States of America
  23. 23. AtlantaAtlanta
  24. 24. New YorkNew York
  25. 25. San FranciscoSan Francisco
  26. 26. Mixture of students
  27. 27. Ireland • Global location: North-west Europe; • Languages: English Irish and Ulster Scots; • Temperature: Max: 22ºC Min: -12ºC / -15ºC • Currency: Euro (€)b (EUR) [1,00 EUR = 3,08 BRL] • World’s 2nd largest economy
  28. 28. • 5) Ireland has a very friendly people, nice parties and also natural beauty. It is cheaper to study in than mainland Europe but easily accessible to travel to numerous European countries. Expect lots of rain but quality food. The average high stands around 22°C while the low fluctuates below 12-15°C Ireland
  29. 29. Ireland
  30. 30. Galway
  31. 31. Limerick
  32. 32. Dublin
  33. 33. Mixture of students
  34. 34. New Zealand • Global location: Southwestern Pacific Ocean; • Languages: English, Mãori and NZ sign language; • Temperature Max: 30°C Min: -15ºC • Curency: New Zealand dollar – Kiwi dollar (NZD) [1,00 BRL = 1,92 NZD]
  35. 35. • 4) New Zealand is a small and safe island country that is rapidly becoming much more multi-cultural. While a far distance from Europe and North America it is definitely worth a visit for its friendly people who will provide numerous opportunities to practice your English on. Expect healthy cuisine and a moderade climate on the North Island, though clothes and beauty products can be expensive. • In summer, the average maximum temperature ranges between 30ºC and in winter between - 15. New Zealand
  36. 36. New Zealand
  37. 37. Auckland
  38. 38. Wellington
  39. 39. Queens Town
  40. 40. Mixture of students
  41. 41. Australia • Global location: Australian Continent; • Languages: English²; • Temperature: Max: 34ºC Min: 3ºC • Curency: Australian dollar (AUD) [1,00 AUD = 2,07 BRL] World’s 17th largest economy
  42. 42. • 3) Australia is one of the most popular counties to study English due to its warm climate, relaxing places and trendy youth culture. Expect lots of young adults travelling and learning which makes it easy to have fun and make friends. There are many things to see and do, and because its close to Asia makes it a popular place to study English. • 34° summer (dec, jan, feb) – 3° Winter (jun, july, aug.) Australia
  43. 43. Australia
  44. 44. Brisbane
  45. 45. Sidney
  46. 46. Camberra
  47. 47. Mixture of students
  48. 48. United Kingdom • Global location: North-western coast of continental Europe. • Languages: English and regional languages (Scots, Ulster-Scots, Eilsh, Cornish, Irish, Scottish Gaelic) • Temperature: Max: 35°C Min: -11°C • Currency: Pound sterling (GBP) [1,00 GBP = 3,73 BRL ] World’s 8th largest economy
  49. 49. • 2) United Kingdom (UK): Studying in the UK will require an understanding of the varied dialects and accents present. However, England has a well-established tradition of teaching English so there are a plethora of well-run schools to study at. The transit system is very efficient allowing you to easily travel around the country and to France and Belgium via the Eurostar. The country has an incredible history so there are lots of learning opportunities and weekend activities. Unfortunately it can be an expensive place to study, but the weather is milder than central Canada. • The United Kingdom has a temperate climate, with plentiful rainfall all year round. The temperature varies with the seasons seldom dropping below −11 °C (12 °F) or rising above 35 °C (95 °F) United Kingdom
  50. 50. United Kingdom
  51. 51. London
  52. 52. Liverpool
  53. 53. Cambridge
  54. 54. Mixture of students
  55. 55. Canada • Global location: North America; • Languages: English and French; • Temperature: Max: 29°C Min: -30°C • Curency: Canadian dollar ($) (CAD); [1,00 CAD = 2,03 BRL] World’s 13th largest economy.
  56. 56. • 1) Canada is a great country, because the people are really friendly, there are gorgeous landscapes, multi- cultural metropolises (many people around the globe go there), unlimited possibilities for outdoor adventure . • Studying English is more affordable compared to other countries because international schools are so established, applying and studying is well organized. • While most of Canada gets around 4-5 months of winter the rest of the year is very pleasant and in fact quite hot during the summer. But, during the winter you can practice a plenty of snow-sports and enjoy the festivals as well. Canada
  57. 57. Canada
  58. 58. Toronto
  59. 59. Victoria
  60. 60. Vancouver
  61. 61. Mixture of students
  62. 62. Sources • Study and travel magazine • • Wikipedia