Kaplan New York Empire StateNew York City, United States of America
Why choose Kaplan New York Empire State:
What better way to experience New York than from a school on the 63rd floor of the city’s most iconic building, the Empire State Building?
Multicultural environment with students from over 80 nationalities.
Classes beyond the classroom with apps and constantly updated online content.
Every classroom has sweeping views of Manhattan.
Socializing is encouraged both in class and during activities outside the classroom.
Kaplan New York Empire State philosophy:
Kaplan International English is passionate about education and we take every measure to ensure that our students have all of the tools necessary for success further down the line. We complement classroom learning with exposure to new cultural experiences, giving our students the opportunity to make new friends and see the world while living every day in English. With our exclusive learning materials, dedicated and passionate teachers, and modern school facilities designed to benefit learners, our students are sure to have an extraordinary and unique learning experience.
Flexible General 15 (15 hours a week)
Flexible Semi-Intensive 20 (20 hours a week)
Flexible Intensive 20+6 (20 hours a week in class + 6 hours a week online)
Business Intensive 20+6 (20 hours a week in class + 6 hours a week online)
Business Supplementary 20+6 (20 hours a week in class + 6 hours a week online)
“I’m a filmmaker and photographer, and for this reason I chose the US to improve my experience with English. Now I clearly understand subway announcements and movies. Before the course, I always stopped when speaking but now I speak fluently.”
Halil Tekin, Turkey.
Kaplan New York Empire State is best for• City lovers
• World travelers
• Ages 26 to 30
Features• Students from 82 nationalities
• Max class size: 15
• Located on the 63rd floor of the Empire State Building
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Experiences offered for free
• Walks around some of the city’s most important landmarks like Central Park or the Brooklyn Bridge.
• Free visits to the Met and Guggenheim museums the first Friday of every month.
• World-famous Broadway shows.
• Visits to sporting events, such as New York Yankees’ games.