Kaplan International English has announced plans to move its New York English language schools into a newly refurbished historic building in midtown Manhattan, giving students prime access to all areas of NY.
Kaplan has also recently renovated its Boston Harvard Square school
The school will extend over two floors and will be designed to prioritise the student experience with a welcoming concierge, accessible student support services, and views of Columbus Circle on the corner of Central Park.
It will offer students a unique experience studying English in one of the world’s most exciting cities”
Chief Operating Officer at Kaplan International English David Fougere said the new school will “offer students a unique and dynamic experience studying English in the heart of one of the world’s most exciting cities”.
The Kaplan International English – New York Central Park is scheduled to open in October 2019 and will be larger than either of Kaplan’s current English language schools in NY.
In addition to the New York investment, Kaplan has also recently renovated its Boston Harvard Square school.
All of Kaplan’s Boston students will study at Kaplan International English Boston – Harvard Square, located just steps from Harvard University in the heart of the education capital of the world, from August 2019.
Situated in Cambridge alongside the academic hubs of both Harvard University and MIT, the school gives students the benefit of being surrounded by thousands of American college students as well as students from all over the world.
Fougere added: “We’ve been working hard to renovate our Boston Harvard Square school, giving students the perfect learning environment to succeed, but students will be benefiting from more than just a new lick of paint.
“Many of our students take advantage of the numerous universities and colleges in the area for further study after their English course,” he added.
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