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New York, commonly referred to as "The Big Apple" or the "Capital of the World," is a beautiful place to both live and visit. It's the country's largest city, not to mention the headquarters of the United Nations and the center of financial investment, communications, business and entertainment.
New York is unique from the rest of the country's cities due to its dense population, its diversity, its hundreds of skyscrapers and its more than 400 neighborhoods. The city is comprised of five districts, which are: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island.
The center has three modern buildings located throughout the island of Manhattan: Empire State, Midtown and East Village. All of the schools boast modern classrooms, student rooms, computer rooms, libraries with study materials and free Internet access.
Super Intensive English
Business English (Midtown, Empire State, East Village & Soho)
*East Village classes are moved to Soho in March
TOEFL Preparation Course
When students elect to stay in a host family, they can choose between a double or single room, and the meal plan is half-board every day of the week.
The families are located in various residential zones outside of central Manhattan; as a result, distance between the home and the school vary between 45 and 60 minutes.
Situated right in Manhattan, the university residences provide students with greater indepdence - not to mention proximity to the school.
It also allows students to enjoy the attractions of the center of New York City whenever they want. There are various residence options that offer either individual or double rooms and include kitchen use.
New York City offers countless possibilities for activities during students' free time and is the perfect place to get to know the USA's eastern coast. They will be able to visit the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island and take in the views of the Brooklyn Bridge.
Students can also participate in sports activities or take long strolls through Times Square or the Upper West Side.
On weekends, students can easily take excursions to Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Boston, Montreal, Atlantic City, and more!
Please consult the New York price page: