Language is more than one of the means of communication, language is the simplest way to achieve mutual understanding between two people. With the help of a language, one can speak, communicate, learn the opinions of other people, understand a foreign culture, social and ethnic origins. When conflicts arise, it is necessary to talk with each other - and as numerous examples show - this is the first step towards mutual understanding and conflict resolution.
At the end of the 19th century, there was an attempt to create a universal world language “Esperanto”. Esperanto was supposed to make global communication possible between the peoples of the earth, and thus promote mutual understanding between nations and world peace. Unfortunately, Esperanto, the invention of Polish doctor Lazar Ludwik Zemenhof, was not implemented. All over the world Esperanto is spoken by only from 500,000 to 10 million people. Therefore, the study of foreign languages is still the only way, not only to join another cultural circle and another country, but to really learn to understand the country and the people who live there. The language school CAMPUS aims to contribute to this.
Welcome in Germany!
Welcome in CAMPUS!