New York City is one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world. In your TESOL course you may teach students from Korea, Russia, Mexico, Burkina Faso, Italy, China, all in the same class. Studying TESOL here is an exciting opportunity to travel the worlds in one city. If you choose to stay and teach in New York City, there are 2 large student populations: international students who are drawn to the excitement and international flavor of NYC, and the large immigrant population.
New York is one of the most famous and most exciting cities in the world. There are famous landmarks like the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge and the Empire State building to admire. You can go shopping in Soho, Fifth Avenue and Macys. Visit famous museums like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim. Take in a Broadway show, attend the Metropolitan Opera, or listen to jazz at Lincoln Center. Have a hot dog on the side of the street, dine while cruising around Manhattan or enjoy one the finest restaurants in the country. You can travel the world on the subway; visiting Russian Brighton Breach, Greek Astoria, Chinese Flushing or Latin American Jackson heights, all without leaving the city.
New York City was the birthplace of the Harlem Renaissance in the 30s, the center of the jazz movement in the 40s, and the birthplace of hip hop in the 70s. It is the City That Never Sleeps. Whatever your interest, New York has it all.
The school is conveniently located midtown Manhattan on the East side of New York City. It is near Grand Central Terminal and the United Nations.