English school inBoston
Study English in Boston
Take a step through history when you walk along the streets of Downtown Boston and the birthplace of the American Revolution. With our school situated right on the iconic Freedom Trail, you’ll be able to take in poignant historical sites as you walk to class, such as the golden dome of the Massachusetts State House. As one of America’s oldest cities, Boston is as rich in academic as it is in history, and being home to eight world-class universities makes it the perfect city for students. Relax on the Boston Commons in-between lessons or enjoy the many restaurants on the nearby Waterfront – Boston knows what students want.
Our English school in Boston is based in a state-of-the-art facility in Downtown Boston along the historical Freedom Trail
Located moments away from bus and rail links that offer rapid access to other parts of the city and famous landmarks such as MIT and Harvard University
An exciting activities program includes evening boat cruises, whale watching trips and dinner at local restaurants
Provides an excellent university preparation program with many acceptances to Boston-area universities
The Boston English school regularly arranges weekend trips to Washington, D.C. and New York
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About our Boston English school
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This Kaplan International Languages school is accredited by ACCET (Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training).
This school is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students. All courses offered by Kaplan International are avocational and recreational, and are not intended to lead to vocation, occupation or career opportunities. Kaplan International does not confer credits, certification, diploma or degree for any courses, and no credits are transferrable to institutions of higher education.
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