ELS St. Louis is located on the campus of the University of Missouri – St. Louis in St. Louis, Missouri. The city has a low cost of living and is full of entertainment, culture, and attractions. Attend a festival in Forest Park, listen to live music, or cheer at a professional sporting event.
Gateway Arch: This stainless steel structure rises 192 meters into the air.
Forest Park: The enormous park features a zoo, summer concerts, seasonal festivals, museums, and a golf course.
Professional and College Sports: St. Louis is home to professional baseball and hockey teams, as well as competitive university sports teams.
St. Louis | University of Missouri – St. Louis
University of Missouri - St. Louis
Students can enjoy our large, open lawn at the Center. We have 3 picnic tables and various soccer balls, frisbees & volleyballs for students.
Our computer lab is available to students during all business hours
Refrigerator and microwaves are available at the Center for student use. Many students bring their lunch to the Center.
Coffee and tea are offered free to students every day.
Students in homestays have a very rewarding experience. They can learn English faster, as they have guaranteed practice every day. They also learn a lot about American lifestyles and American culture, especially regarding our holidays and festival celebrations. Our hosts help the student take public transportation to the Center on the first day. Our hosts look forward to meaningful conversations with the students. Many students remain friends with the families long after the homestay has ended.
The student always has a private bedroom with linens provided, and they are welcome to use the kitchen. For bathrooms, in some homes it is a shared bathroom and in some homes it might be a private bathroom.
Cost per Session
14 meals per week. Meals vary with each Homestay host. Typically, this will be a continental breakfast such as milk & cereal, or toast & juice, or coffee and donuts. Dinner will usually be a home-cooked hot meal which the host eats together with the student.