Liked! Especially teachers: the majority are young, attentive and funny. Everything is learned through conversations and films, and not by sticking people into textbooks. For example, watched "Pride and Prejudice", "Love Story", the series "War and Peace" in English.
My classmates were mostly Europeans, mostly the French and Austrians, a few Americans, and very few guys from Greece and the UAE. All are approximately equal in age, so it was interesting (although at first everyone had their own accent, it was necessary to get used to it). We were not bothered by the lessons, even the homework was in the spirit of “Tell us about the book that struck you” or “Remember the most fun moment with your friends,” and not “Memorize two paragraphs, page 42”. Grammar is the hardest thing for me - but I think if I do not plan to study abroad, then it will be more useful to have spoken English, good vocabulary and pronunciation, and that's all right.
In general, there are a lot of advantages, I am satisfied - it does not turn into an obligation: it seems that I went to study, but I did not feel any tension.