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Empire State Building


New York City offers a wealth of opportunities to its residents and visitors. With more than 80 world-class museums, 150 on and off-Broadway theaters, 30 concert halls and countless shops, restaurants and bars, it’s no wonder New York is one of the world’s most popular study-travel destinations. Whatever you like to do, you’ll be amazed by the variety of activities you'll find in New York City.

Our school, located in the Empire State Building towers above the city on the 63rd floor of this landmark building. Built in the 1930s, the Empire State Building is a part of both New York and US history and today still attracts visitors from around the world. The Empire State Building is just steps away from Macy's at Herald Square and the world's most famous arena, Madison Square Garden. There is access to major subway lines taking you to your accommodation, and every place in the city you'll want to visit.


The Empire State Building Center has 19 classrooms, most with spectacular views of the city. All classrooms are clean and spacious with plenty of room for students to spread out. Audio/ visual equipment (CD Players, TV/VCR/DVD Players, computer with projector, etc.) is available for the teacher at any time.

coffee shop
While there isn\'t a cafeteria, there is a large student lounge available for student use. The lounge has wireless internet, couches, tables for studying or eating lunch, student mailboxes and some of the greatest views of New York. From the student lounge you can see the Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty, the Financial District, and so much more. Our student lounge has vending machines with a selection of sodas, hot beverages and snacks. There are many restaurants from fast food and deli to lavish sit down restaurants within 5 minutes of the center. Three are located in the building itself.
Free wifi
The college has free wireless connection so students can get online on their own laptop computers from anywhere in the college.
Multimedia Room
The center has a state-of-the-art computer lab along with a vast collection of learning software for student use. Our lab is an integral part of your studies and a great place to utilize technology to maximize your learning.
New York City has one of the largest library networks. There is a ibrary conveniently located across the street.

Social activities

While it doesn't take much imagination to keep yourself busy in New York during the time you’re not studying, you are provided with a varied calendar of activities to fill your days. With workshops, parties, walking tours, museum trips, sporting events, Broadway shows and more, you’ll discover parts of New York you didn’t even know existed! These activities are lead by a member of staff and will help you to meet new people and discover the city.

Some of the activities that may be available:

• Sing along to Broadway hits in Bryant Park
• Visit the Statue of Liberty
• A night out on the town
• Happy hour
• Boston weekend
• Movie at the pier
• Visit to the maritime museum
• Volleyball match
• Disco night
• 3-day trip to Niagara Falls



Our homestay families reflect the diversity of life in the United States. They include young, senior and single parent families and couples with and without children. Hosts have varying ethnic backgrounds and different interests and lifestyles. Living in a homestay will allow you to practice your English in a real-life setting. It is important to remember that you are both part of a family and a guest at the same time.

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