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Chatterbox provides online and in-person language tutoring with highly skilled refugee tutors . Every class you take with us helps refugees earn an income, share their culture, and make social connections.  Whether it's Arabic, Mandarin, French or Farsi, we have a language that is sure to take your fancy and expand your horizons...


Why learn a new language?

English is a global language, but it’s not the most commonly spoken (that’s Mandarin). Languages from growing economies are increasingly desirable in the business world, too: Portuguese and Arabic, for instance.

From improving your job prospects to boosting the size of your brain, language skills could be your ticket to ride. You can cast your job search a little wider, with the chance to apply for jobs in other countries, where language skills make it easier to move abroad, integrate and get around.


Who'll teach me?

Chatterbox tutors are all professionals educated to degree level or similar, who happen to be refugees.

In doing this, we support the social and economic integration of refugees into our society.

By chatting and learning from a native speaker of the language, you will learn faster and enjoy a deeper cultural understanding of others.

Our wonderful team come from a wide variety of backgrounds from academia to film.


How do I learn with Chatterbox?

Our complete tuition starts at the beginning. Purchase your Chatterbox language learning sessions (either one at a time, or in blocks of ten or twenty) and then choose a mutually convenient time using our class scheduler. You'll complete your lesson either online or in Central London.

We also offer conversation practice for those who already know a language and are looking to improve their fluency as fast as possible.

I chose to learn Arabic online because of my busy schedule - I’m so glad I made time for it. My Chatterbox tutor has helped me make so much more progress with my pronunciation more than I would have studying alone.”
— Aimee