Language Courses in the United States

Often English is called “the language of communication”. Why? Because it seems all the people in the world have agreed to use English to talk to each other. 

  • About 1,500,000,000 people in the world speak English. Another 1,000,000,000 are learning it.
  • 75% of the world’s letters and postcards are written in English. 
  • Almost all international conferences and competitions are conducted in English. For example, the Olympics and the Miss World contest. 
  • Diplomats and politicians from different countries use English to communicate with each other. English is the main language of organizations like the United Nations, NATO, and the European Free Trade Association. 

Also the best way to understand yourself, your country, and your own values is to immerse yourself among other cultures and people. Only then will you be able to begin to distinguish the differences. This is easy to do in the USA. Every year hundreds of thousands of students from almost every country in the world choose to study in the States. These students, plus other immigrants who move to the USA, make the United States a fascinating and exciting mixture of languages, cultures, and people.

America established itself as a mind-blowing continent where dreams and fantasies transpire and elevate, while offering outstanding opportunities to learn the English language. Figures taken from the 2002 census indicates that 82.1% of citizens in the USA speak English only. Not only is the USA overflowing with adventure, but consider how it accelerates the economic markets. Why not learn a foreign language in our English classes and discover how this metropolis of leading stock markets makes the world go round.

The USA is brimming with English language schools of excellent quality of its English classes and services form state to state, with a friendly face waiting to welcome you and teach you the English Language.

From Alabama to Wyoming and everywhere in between the USA is an experience waiting for you to explore and you get to practice the English language as your travels unfold. Consider the complexity of everything the USA offers; from the sun splashed beaches of the Pacific or Atlantic Ocean wit crystal clear waters, to the soaring Rocky Mountain Range, encounter all of this while being immersed in a sea of multiculturalism when choosing the USA as your destination to improve your English language skills. 

Many English as a Second Language (ESL) programs in the United States give students the chance to study university courses in addition to the program. There is a good opportunity to learn more about U.S. university classroom culture and discover what campus life is really like. 

Some programs are designed for a specific group of people with specific needs. For example, there are programs for international students who plan to study at a U.S. university or college. Such programs include library orientation, study skills, and research techniques. Other programs may include English for Tourism or Business English. Even if you already have the required TOEFL score for academic admission to a U.S. university, it is a good idea to spend some time polishing your English skills in an intensive English language program. It will help you become accustomed to the sound of Americans and adjust to cultural and academic differences.

Language Schools in the United States per State

The following language schools in the United States are on offer through StudyUnited States EU. If you need more information, or would like to apply with any of these schools, please contact StudyUnitedStates EU <- click for e-mail

California

Brandon College, San Francisco, California

Florida

Zoni Language Centres, Miami Beach, Florida

Hawai

Global Village Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii

Hawaii Pacific University Language Centers, Honolulu, Hawai

University of Hawaii English Language Program, Honolulu, Hawai

New York

Manhattan Language, New York, New York State

Brooklyn School of Languages, New York City, New York State

Zoni Language Centres (New York and New Jersey, New York)

Oklahoma

The English Language Center (ELC), Edmond, Oklahoma