- If you are currently in your home country, and want to come to Boston to study English with us, you will need an F1 student visa. Intensive English, TOEFL Preparation and Business + Intensive English are the best programs for students on the F1 visa because they are at least 20 hours per week of classes, and satisfy the government requirements for a full time program. These courses are also recommended for transfer students.
- If you have already entered the US on the ESTA visa waiver program or on a tourist visa and seek a short term course, you should consider our Vacation English course because it is 16 hours per week and satisfies the government requirements for a part time program.
- If you are a permanent resident to the Boston area, try our TESOL Certificate program.
With every course you will be able to participate in all of the school activities like museum trips, holiday festivals, and outdoor activities. Look through the courses below and choose the one right for you!
In our Intensive English course you will be fully immersed in English language and American culture. You will be in class for 20 lessons per week, and enjoying school activities in the afternoons. You can join this program on a student visa (F1).
The fastest way to learn English is through one on one training with a professional teacher. You can take our English one to one course as a supplement to your other courses, or as a full time course of study.
Our vacation English course is designed for students in the US on ESTA visa waiver program. We will teach you English in an intensive, yet relaxed setting to allow you to see maximum improvement in the shortest amount of time.
Whether you are a crafty business veteran, or wish to become one, a business English class in Boston at Language Skills can help you either way. In our business English class, you will learn not only the vocabulary, but the customs and culture attached to doing business in English.
This is the one English class in Boston that will get you ready to master to the TOEFL. Once you’ve mastered the TOEFL exam, you can get into one of the many great colleges in the area. Boston University, Northeastern University or even Harvard and MIT.