How does online learning work?
Online courses are on the internet, on the Webulo website. There is no need for downloads. All content modules are in one place, so you don't need additional books, listenings, workbooks or any other language material.
Your teacher will contact you via Skype and e-mail, and will also control your homework. You have the time to work alone, and do your best!
What is in the course books?
All the content you need for efficient learning, including videos, readings, interactive tasks, tests and listenings. The fourteen modules vary from the very beginning to the advanced. Write the placement test to find the language level that best fits you.
Can I get prepared for language exams?
Language modules are adjusted to the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference), so you can get prepared for the accredited language exams. We can support your preparation with the help of your private teacher. You can also find online content for the LEXINFO language exam in Informatics.
What is the difference between a course book and a course?
You can buy language content modules for a special period (1, 3, 6 or 12 months). You can enjoy learning with the full interactive Webulo content including all content modules from the very beginning to the advanced.
If you need teachers' support for your studies, apply for a language course. Online classes in groups of maximum 4 people are scheduled in advanced.
How can I by course books or apply for a course?
Please register on the website.
Than go the the Online courses or the Online course books menu.
You will find all available course books and scheduled courses in the menu. You can use your course books as soon as you ordered it, you have five days to pay for it. When you apply for a course, oour course administrator will contact you to talk about course details.
What are the technical requirements?
Students planning to study with Webulo will require access to:
A computer capable of accessing the internet and playing audio and video files (i.e. has a sound card with speakers or headphones).
An Internet connection – we strongly recommend a broadband connection (min. 1 Mbit ADSL) to take full advantage of video and audio resources provided, and also because of the use of Skype on courses.
An Internet Browser equivalent to Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or above (e.g. Firefox 3+ or Safari).
Media player software for playing common audio and video files (e.g. Windows media player, iTunes, QuickTime, VLC media player) .
Courses include online video meetings that require a webcam and/or microphone.
Students should also be comfortable with using the computer including basic file management, email and word processing skills. Access to and familiarity with using a digital camera would also be an advantage.
What is Skype, and how can I download it?
Skype is a free communication tool on the internet. More information: http://www.skype.com/intl/hu/home/
Download: http://www.skype.com/intl/hu/get-skype/
What is the "Bookshelf”?
You will find all purchased language modules here. You will also find all free content on the Bookshelf.
What is LEXINFO?
LEXINFO is an informatics language exam accredited by Hungarian authorities. You can pass lexinfo in English and German, at three language levels: B1, B2 and C1. The exam can be written, oral or complex.