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 developers of the programs offered come from places such as Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Duke, Cambridge, La Sorbonne, etc. Summer school programs are offered in France, Italy, Spain, Greece, Austria, Germany, Czech Republic, USA. There is also the option of College Level Study abroad in Cannes.
- Philology, Languages, Literature
- Language Courses
- Language Courses and Cultural Immersion Programs
- American Language and Literature (in Universities)
- English Language and Literature (in Language Schools)
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8266 Fountain Avenue, Suite #B, West Hollywood , California, The United States, 90046
The English language workshops are taught by Abbey Road faculty; the curriculum combines classroom instruction, experiential learning and daily practice. Students study with experienced teachers, in small group settings, and have opportunities for individual tutoring by Abbey Road staff. The American Experience program will also offer bi-weekly workshops and seminars on film, theater, American music, photography, drawing, art history, and American cuisine, to name a few. These are based in large part on the interests of the students.
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The language courses are complemented by the residential immersion experience. Abbey Road students and staff live together in a comfortable, centrally-located university residence. Students will learn how to live with a group of peers and will benefit from all that Boston has to offer. The residence is walking distance from many sites and located next to the metro system. Typically, students will share double or triple rooms with other students of the same gender. This residential immersion program on the East Coast encourages and facilitates the use of English through daily interaction, formal and informal workshops, activities, and excursions. All of the Abbey Road faculty and staff who live with the students are fluent in English and most are native speakers. We encourage our students to speak English at all times. Importantly, the key to success in an immersion program is the student's own motivation and effort.