Philosophy of education
An awareness of the importance of communication as a social and humanitarian virtue.
Life principles and spiritual values founded upon the Bible.
Christian ethics based upon respect for persons and for their diversity.
Excellent programmes which are well-structured and appropriately accredited
Regular evaluation by externals.
Particular attention to the balance of the student’s physical, social and spiritual needs.
A vegetarian diet.
Outdoor sports activities.
A campus without tobacco, alcohol or illegal drugs.
Attractive campuses in a natural setting
Our campuses are equipped with comfortable and well-kept accommodation.
A variety of extracurricular activities organised on and off campus.
Cultural excursions organised under the supervision of the teachers.
German as a foreign language is an officially recognized part of the ACA program and a member of Linguae pro Adventu, a consortium of all Adventist language institutes in Europe. In order for American universities to recognize their studies, an application must be submitted to ACA before the course begins.MORE INFO
The Institute of French as a Foreign Language (Ifle) has been providing French courses to non-French speakers for over 90 years. Thousands of students from all over the world have come to our school to learn the language of Molière.
For prospective students without previous knowledge of the German language, we offer a beginners' course. The aim of both courses is the TestDaF or telc C1 Hochschule certificate (in German as a Foreign Language, which entitles the holder to study at German universities). For the students in the advanced course, it is possible to reach the level for this examination after one year. Experience suggests that beginners need 1.5 to two years.MORE INFO
When it comes to choosing a study abroad program or provider, there a lot of options out there! Learn more about why Villa Aurora is the best choice for you and your academic needs.
Our mission is to educate foreign students to communicate effectively in Spanish as a second language within the frame of an education in christian values in such a way that they can influence society while developing a competent, responsible, professional, and christian service.
Our vision is to be an attractive linguistic and cultural program that offers students the possibility to learn Spanish as a foreign language while at the same time discovering the diverse cultures in which they are integrated while acquiring a better comprehension of the globalized world we live in.