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Gujarati came into existence in the 19th century and it was primarily used for business transactional purposes. Gujarati is the official language of the state of Gujarat, North West of India but is also spoken in Rajhastan and Mumbai and some parts of Pakistan. There are around 66 million speakers spread across the globe.

Our teachers are highly qualified and experienced native speakers. They use their extensive knowledge of the language, literature and culture to inspire and encourage students to progress in their learning and develop a high level of competence in the language.

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Our people

Our teachers are native speakers and are well versed in the latest methodology and pedagogy of language teaching, also bringing an immersive cultural experience to the classroom. They use the communicative approach which encourages students to speak the language throughout the lesson, enabling students to quickly pick up the target language.

Bhavna Desai

Bhavna Desai

Teacher of Gujarati


Natalie Diebschlag

Deputy Team Leader for German, Bengali, Gujarati, Panjabi, Hindi and British Sign Language

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For more information about our courses please contact us using the details below.

+44 (0)207 848 2890