Take English courses in one of the most iconic buildings in the world. See New York City from your classroom window while learning English to prepare for your future career or studies. For more information check the school website.
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  • 1819 - 3970 USD
    Living Costs per Month
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  • Programmes
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  • Social life


Why choose this New York Empire State Building school?
  • Study for as long as you’d like with flexible length intensive courses
  • TOEFL® Test in one of the greatest cities of the world
  • Study on the 63rd floor of one of the best-known skyscrapers on Earth, in the center of New York City
  • Thinking of studying at a university in the US? Kaplan’s University Placement Service (UPS) uses an extensive academic network to help you gain entry to graduate and undergraduate university courses


  • 19 spacious classrooms with interactive whiteboards, most with spectacular views of the city
  • Interactive whiteboards are in all classrooms and are able to incorporate various media forms like video and audio
  • Features couches, tables, student mailboxes and stunning views of New York. It also includes vending machines and hot beverages
  • Wireless access is available throughout the school


  • Includes a vast collection of learning software
  • There is no cafeteria, but there are a large variety of lunch options within 5 minutes of the school, with several located in the building
  • Many of the major New York City Subway lines have stops very near the Empire State Building


Student residence

  • Live with fellow students for more independence
  • Most residences are self-catering
  • Live and socialize with your new friends
  • Single, twin, double, and dorm rooms are available at various locations


  • Live with a local family specially chosen by the school
  • Enjoy breakfasts and dinners with the family
  • Practice English daily in an informal situation
  • Immerse yourself in a new culture

Social Programme

  • Shopping: Shop at trendy, designer stores at st. Mark’s place, soho, and beyond


  • Sports: Watch a host of famous sports teams, including the yankees, the mets, the giants, the jets, and the knicks
  • Food & drink: New york's cuisine reflects its multicultural population, with a strong italian, asian, and middle eastern presence
  • Nightlife: Stay out late in the city that never sleeps and see time square lit up at night
  • Arts & theatre: See a broadway show, with hits like the lion king


  • Outdoor activities: Venture outside the city and take trips to boston, washington d.C., vermont and beyond
  • Wildlife: Take a walk or a bicycle through the giant central park
  • History: Take in famous landmarks such as the empire state building, the statue of liberty, and the brooklyn bridge