English as a Second Language (ESL)

We help you gain confidence in your English language skills in order to excel in the classroom and your future.

Our English as a Second Language (ESL) Program for International Students or students who don’t speak English at home focuses on four main aspects of language: reading, writing, listening and speaking. We offer a secure, practical educational environment for beginners and more advanced speakers of English. Our instructors employ time-tested methods and strategies that allow students to learn quickly and effectively and focus on areas they want to improve.

ESL students will:

  1. Learn vocabulary and grammar that will be useful in everyday English.
  2. Learn how to speak in formal and informal discussions.
  3. Learn to communicate quickly and effectively.
  4. Learn time-tested strategies and methods for continuous improvement.


  • ESL I
    This course aims at developing students’ ability to handle of variety of basic social situations (introductions, ordering meals, asking questions, making purchases, taking and leaving simple messages, etc.).
  • ESL II
    This course includes a review of basic sentence types and simple tense forms and introduces the students to a variety of higher-level grammatical constructions, with a particular focus on developing the students’ ability to use simple, continuous and perfective forms; modern verbs; comparatives constructions; and quantifiers
    This course includes a thorough review of the English tense and aspect system as well as basic principles of capitalization and punctuation. The course focuses on complex and compound sentences ( including relative clauses and embedded questions), conditional forms; passive, gerunds, infinitives, and perspective forms with modal verbs.