The course is pretty standard, but the school itself and New York are super!
The course of English is simple in itself: probably, it will be good for beginners, but I have already traveled to similar ones, I even found out some educational workbooks. Supported knowledge, but in principle, and everything, although the experience of live communication is always useful (especially if you need American English). But the language school itself and the programs in New York - it was the most interesting of all where I went! In this city there is everything for everyone and everything: we had a schedule of excursions (both additional and common for everyone) on a common stand in the hall - so there were so different options that our eyes really ran out. You choose, you plan to plan - and it turns out that you simply do not have enough days for everything. I think that in large cities on trips (such as London, New York) you need to take a bigger course, I only had two weeks.
I especially liked the walking tour of Wall Street (there was a super-guide, a lot of information on the topic, and not just "that's such a building, they trade here from a certain year) and trips to" national "areas like Chinatown or Little Italy, the Jewish quarter. By the way, there is absolutely nothing to be afraid of here: the areas are calm and assimilated, but very colorful - I bought all the gifts and souvenirs only there, and the food was the most interesting. , it’s necessary to see, but here the guide was rather dry, based on the book led, like snappy Central Station is very beautiful:. for some reason on this tour, the enthusiasm of all was a little bit, and I'm so very pleased, just dive into the history of the city.