CENTER UPDATE: APRIL 8th, 2020
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, as a precautionary measure, all ELS centers are temporarily closed and classes temporarily suspended, including online. We hope to re-open this center soon. For more information, click here.
About This Center
This downtown location is situated in the heart of historic Boston. ELS’ Language Center in Boston is near some of the city’s best food, shopping, and sightseeing, including culturally-diverse restaurants, famous landmarks, and notable attractions. The popular location for English classes in Boston lets students visit nearby colleges to interact with students, attend a concert, enjoy live theater, or cheer at a professional sports game. Walk along Boston’s famous Freedom Trail – which starts just outside the Center – in this iconic New England City.
Upon successful completion of ELS Level 112, you will fulfill the English language entry requirement for conditional admission to partner colleges and universities.
ELS Boston Facilities:
- Center is handicapped accessible
- Classrooms are handicapped accessible
- Computer lab
English Language Center Boston, Massachusetts
Student Residence (off campus)
The ELS Townhouse is located in the heart of Boston. Great shopping and restaurant experiences are minutes away. Recreational fields and a nature preserve are across from the residence. ELS Townhouse is a 10-minute walk to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum and Fenway Park. It’s also a short walk to the Newbury Street shopping district and Boston Symphony Hall. Many of Boston’s top universities and hospitals surround the residence. Students are housed in a two bedroom apartment. One bedroom in each apartment is single-occupancy and the other is double-occupancy. Apartment Amenities:
- Fully equipped kitchens
- Dining area
- Full bath
- Large bureau
- Linens and closet space
Cost per Session: $1,540, $2,200
Occupancy: Single, Double
Meal Credits: No meals included
Living with a homestay family is a great way to practice English. Families live within 50 minutes by public transportation. Families provide breakfast and dinner daily.
Cost per Session: $1,352
Meal Credits: 14 meals per week
Things to See and Do in Boston
Freedom Trail: The trail connects 16 of the city’s most historic sites, including the Bunker Hill Monument and the Paul Revere House.
Fenway Park: Enjoy a professional baseball game at the home of the Boston Red Sox.
Faneuil Hall: This site is significant to the state’s political history. Nearby, visit the Faneuil Hall Marketplace and the Haymarket, an open-air market.
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