Let New York City become your classroom! Learn English in places such as Bryant Park, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Industry City, Essex Market, Central Park and more.
Our English Outdoors school is specifically designed to immerse students in New York life. It gives them the opportunity to practice their English in authentic NYC settings and make the most of your stay in ‘the city that never sleeps’.
Locations have been carefully selected based on comfort, space, ease of access, points of interest close by, proximity of public restrooms, etc. The maximum number of students per class is 8, but the average is often 5 to 6 students.
Minimum age is 17 years. Students between de ages of 13 and 22 can join the junior program.
The intensive course consist of 20 lessons of general English per week. Lessons focus on learning through real-life communication and everyday situations while continuing to improve all four language skills (speaking, listening, reading, writing), as well as grammar and vocabulary.
Classes also include weekly cultural and educational field trips around the city.
Students receive their schedule and list of locations (along with location guides) every Friday for the following week, and meet their teacher and classmates every morning directly on location.
Minimum age is 17 years.
This program is a combination of the group course with 3 private lessons per week. The intensive course consist of 20 lessons of general English per week, and you can use the private lessons to focus on areas of weakness or discuss a topic of special interest.
Private lessons will be scheduled in the afternoon (usually twice a week in two classes of 1h and 1h15).
Minimum age is 17 years.
Always wanted to be part of an American family and experience life in New York? Staying with a host family is the best choice for you.
Students can choose to stay in a single or twin room, on a room only basis, with breakfast only, or with breakfast and dinner included. When staying on a room only basis, you are allowed to use the kitchen and prepare your own meals.
Host families are carefully selected by the language school to ensure quality placements. Host families in Brooklyn can be a couple with children, a retired couple, a single parent, etc. Ethnic diversity is an important aspect of New York’s cultural identity, so some hosts may have a different cultural background, but English is always spoken in the home.
All of the families are based in Brooklyn, on average 35-40 minutes to Lower Manhattan on public transportation.
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