Hugo is 15 years old. He speaks English very well and is a sociable, easy-going guy. He’s been to North Carolina before and went to school here, and describes it as one of the best experiences of his life. In
French and Spanish history fascinates me. I hope after viewing this infographic it might interest you and your family, too.
During my 10+ years with Terre des Langues, I am rarely so impressed with North Carolina as I am when I shuttle half a dozen bright-eyed, curious, and jet-lagged French or Spanish students from the Raleigh or Charlotte airport to the
This summer, TDL will host get togethers for its French, Spanish, and North Carolinian participants. In addition to optional trips to the NC Museum of Art and the Museum of Life & Science, TDL will host a gathering that features
In 2017, TDL will add an element to the program, assisting both international students and their North Carolina hosts with maintaining a blog about experiences with cultural understanding. TDL hopes these virtual logs will become an addition to college applications,
This June and July, dozens of French and Spanish high school students hope to spend four weeks experiencing our great state of North Carolina. These eager, top-notch, and friendly students are fully insured, speak English, and bring their own spending