The LAL New York School operates on the Rose Hill campus in the Bronx. The LAL New York Language School is less than 20 minutes' drive from the center of the Big Apple. An educational institution on the territory of Fordham University gives its students the opportunity not only to improve their English skills, but also to adapt to the American university environment.
At the school, students are offered language courses aimed at developing communication skills. Lessons are held in an interactive form. Qualified teachers, certified for teaching English as a foreign language, work with students. Every summer the school receives more than 200 students from different countries. The multinational environment of the school promotes the development of communication skills. Summer courses in LAL New York are an excellent choice for a teenager who wants to find new friends in the international youth community.
Brief Information. Program for those wishing to improve English during the summer holidays in New York.
About the course. The curriculum provides two options for the load. Standard course (20 lessons per week) leaves more time for rest, excursions, entertainment. Semi-intensive (24 lessons or 18 hours / week) allows you to focus on improving skills, gaining new knowledge. The emphasis in learning is done in spoken English, taking into account the peculiarities of American vocabulary.
Students age: 13 to 18 years.
Start dates: 01.07 - 29.07.
[999.19 ] Admission requirements: English - from A1.
Learning outcomes: consolidation of existing language skills, development of new ones, acquisition of self-confidence when communicating in English.
Class size: 15 students.
Lesson duration: 45 minutes.
] Cost: from $ 1,450 per week, the cost of the program includes the payment of tuition (services of educators, materials provided, etc.), residence in a residence (one or two-local), half-board meals, transfer, extra-curricular activities, 4 Excursions, medical, tourist insurance, LAL certificate on the passage of language courses.
Students are offered accommodation in a residence called Lincoln Center Campus at the University of Fordham University. There are 88 apartments with 2 to 5 rooms in each. Students can choose between single and double accommodation. Living in the apartments have access to the living room, kitchen, bathroom.
Half board is offered. For students 18 years of age, accommodation without meals is possible.
Students at leisure can play sports (Fordham University's infrastructure practically does not restrict them in the choice of sections and directions), creativity (on the Rose Hill campus there are circles). Also, their attention is offered to entertainment events (film screenings, discos, quizzes, show programs and much more).
The excursion rest is provided by the training program. There are 4 excursions per week. During these students can view the sights of Ellis island, admire the view of New York from the site of the Empire State Building, go to the Statue of Liberty, stroll through Manhattan, visit Washington.
Lessons are held from 9:00 to 12:30. After lunch and in the evening, students are offered leisure activities.
The school occupies a beautiful academic building on the Rose Hill campus. In the building there is a computer classroom, a library, a bookstore, a recreation area, a swimming pool. In the courtyard is a cozy picturesque garden. Lessons are held in classrooms with interactive technology and in the garden area.
scheduled transfers are organized only on Wednesdays.
Airport Arrival / Departure Time to school
LGA 08.00 - 22.00 08.00 - 22.00 30 minutes
JFK 08.00 - 22.00 08.00 - 22.00 1.5 hours
EWR 08.00 - 22.00 08.00 - 22.00 1 hour
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