Language immersion courses in The United States


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About Language immersion courses in The United States

The national and only officially recognized language in the United States is English, and it is spoken by an overwhelming percentage of the country’s 312 million residents—but not by everyone.  There are millions of foreign residents in the U.S. that speak something other than English, which unfortunately puts them at a disadvantage both personally and economically, limiting their number of potential contacts and putting them at a disadvantage in terms of gaining employment.  Children of foreign residents are perhaps hit the hardest by this, because while there are some “English as a Second Language” (ESL) programs offered in U.S. primary and secondary schools, they are very limited and significantly underfunded.  This makes it exceedingly difficult for non-English speaking students to succeed in school.

To combat this problem, many states in the U.S. now offer language schools and full language immersion courses.  These programs are designed for students and adults alike, whether U.S. residents or those from other nations wishing to study abroad.  The only requirement is a desire to learn and understand the English language.  Taught by trained staff members that specialize in teaching the English language, these schools surround participants with everything English and U.S., from hot dogs to apple pie to Chevrolets. The instruction is modeled after the same type of lessons students will receive in secondary schools and universities here, and is strictly American, as is the rest of the program, which virtually force-feeds the English language and the American customs through full immersion, allowing students to learn more rapidly than they otherwise would.  

Why Should I Learn English?

While learning the English language is certainly  beneficial to, if not mandatory for the success of foreign residents living in the United States, it is equally critical in many other areas of the world as well—areas that may be cut off to people, at least economically if they neglect to learn the language.  Over 1 billion people worldwide speak English as their first language, and an estimated 1 billion more are currently learning it.  Additionally, from a technology standpoint, over 80 percent of the information stored on the world’s computers is in English and that number is growing every day.

Why Study English in the United States

The United States is a melting pot of different cultures, and the diversity of its landscapes is only eclipsed by the diversity of its people.  Whether you prefer the oceans and palm trees of sunny California and Florida, the snow-topped mountains of Montana and Colorado or the desert beauty of Arizona and Nevada, the United States has everything you need to get started, and in each of these wonderful 50 states you’re sure to find a language school that can help you pursue your goal.

From the fashion and nightlife of New York to the peaceful plains of Kansas and beyond, the number of language-learning programs in the United States is so great that it would be impossible to list them all.  Many of them are concentrated in states with a large immigrant population.  Those of Mexican descent, for example, will find scores of language immersion courses in states such as California, Arizona and Texas—states that share a border with Mexico—while those of Cuban and Puerto Rican heritage will find a larger number of language immersion programs in Florida and New York respectively.  Whether you prefer the fun and excitement of big city life or the tranquility of a quiet lakefront, you’ll find it in the United States.

Lastly, and perhaps most importantly, the United States offers opportunity—the hallmark of this great country.  Becoming fluent in English can help you gain acceptance to some of the country’s most renowned universities, to succeed in business, and will position you nicely to pursue a lucrative career in the field of your choosing.

List of Language immersion courses in The United States

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Contact: Abbey Road Programs

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8266 Fountain Avenue, Suite #B, West Hollywood , California, The United States
Abbey Road is a specialized American organization, established by Stanford University alumni 11 years ago. Its purpose is to organize quality academic summer programs that encourage cross-cultural knowledge and understanding as well as personal growth and academic development. The curriculum... See full description.
Contact: Accent Reduction Training Academy

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10900 Wilshire Boulevard , Los Angeles, CA, The United States
Accent Reduction Training Academy is an online academy that provides services to individuals who wish to enhance their personal and professional lives through receiving assistance in reducing their accent. The academy targets graduate students, doctors, pastors, business executives, tourists,... See full description.
Contact: Agape English Language Institute, Columbia

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610 Pickens Street, Columbia, South Carolina, The United States
Agape English Language Institute is an organization, based in South Carolina, USA. Founded in 1993, Agape has been dedicated to helping individuals accomplish their social, academic, and professional goals and aspirations. The ESL programs are designed within a friendly and welcoming... See full description.
Contact: Agape English Language Institute, Greenville

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3-D Cleveland Court, Greenville, SC, The United States
Agape English Language Institute has been specializing in the provision of high-quality ESL training since 1993. Based in Greenville, South Carolina, the school aims to offer to students from all over the world various opportunities to enrich their language and cultural skills. Agape has... See full description.
Contact: American Language Institute - San Diego State University

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5250 Campanile Dr., San Diego, California, The United States
The San Diego State University is part of the California State University system, and was founded in 1897. The College of Extended Studies is one of the colleges of the San Diego State University, located on the main university campus in San Diego, California. The American Language Institute... See full description.
Contact: American Language Institute - University of Toledo

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The University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, The United States
The American Language Institute (A.L.I.) is the Intensive English Program at The University of Toledo. A.L.I. was established in 1978, since when it has been providing English language classes to not only international students, but also local residents and businesses. Classes at the institute... See full description.
Contact: Arizona State University, American English and Culture Program

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Box 873504, Tempe, Arizona, The United States
Arizona State University (ASU) is a public educational institution, premier research center and a leader in innovation. The American English and Culture Program (AECP) within the university was established in 1974, since when it has been dedicated to providing specifically-designed intensive... See full description.
Contact: Atlanta English Institute

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4000 DeKalb Technology Parkway, Dekalb Technology Center, Atlanta, GA, The United States
The Atlanta English Institute is a specialized learning center, dedicated to offering outstanding educational services within a stimulating, but caring environment, which promotes integrity and excellence. The programs provided are Intensive English courses and Scholar’s Programs, which... See full description.
Contact: Avila University

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11901 Wornall Road, Kansas City, Missouri, The United States
Avila College is a Roman Catholic Independent school for girls, founded in 1965. It is situated in the Melbourne suburb of Mount Waverley and offers liberal arts, professional, undergraduate and graduate education to both domestic and international students. The main purpose of the university... See full description.
Contact: Bellevue University ESL Program

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1000 Galvin Road South, Bellevue, Nebraska, The United States
Bellevue University is a private university located in Bellevue, Nebraska. The English as a Second Language (ESL) program offered at Bellevue University provides special classes for undergraduate and graduate students. The ESL program starts three times during the year - Fall (August), Spring... See full description.
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