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Not only is it the largest city in New England, but with close to 400 colleges and other academic institutions, Boston is also the mecca of education and culture. Boston and its environs offer students a spectacular setting in which they can enjoy typical red brick nooks and crannies or stroll along the Charles River promenade.
Visitors to nearby Cape Cod can enjoy its sandy beaches as well as sample the local delicacies, such as lobster and clams, in its many restaurants.
Shopping enthusiasts can peruse the unique shops of Newport, Rhode Island. Plus, visitors can stroll along the Cliff Walk to visit the impressive Victorian mansions!
The school in Boston is situated in the heart of the city in the commercial district between Chinatown and the financial and theater districts. Amongst the many facilities students will have full access to, there is a computer lab and a common room where students can pick up daily newspapers.
When students need to study, they can use the study room which has a small library, internet access and teaching materials.
Staying in one of the school's two university residences in Boston is an excellent option, as they are located in the center of downtown Boston and well communicated by public transportation from the academic center. Rooms can be singles, doubles, triples or quads.
Staying with an American host family helps the student to better learn the language, but it also provides him/ her with the unique experience of being part of the day-to-day of a family.
The student will stay in a single room and, for the meal plan, can choose between breakfast only or half-board. If two students are traveling together, there are also double rooms available.
In Boston, students can enjoy the red brick buildings, walk along the Charles River promenade, and much more. At night, they can enjoy the vibrant scene at the emblematic Faneuil Hall in Quincy Market or Harvard Square. They can also attend major cultural events, such as a Boston Red Sox baseball game or perhaps an open-air jazz concert on the shores of the Charles River.
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