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Suffolk University

02108 8 Ashburton Pl.
(617) 573.8677 

Suffolk University was founded in 1906. Suffolk University offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in more than 70 areas of study through its College of Arts and Sciences, Sawyer Business School, and Law School. The total enrollment to the school is 8,883. The University and its entities are accredited by New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), AACSB– International – (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), American Bar Association and some others respectful accrediting commissions and agencies.


The School offers intensive English language instruction, tutorials, and support for students interested in studying at an American college or university.

The English Language for Internationals (ELI) program is an intensive (22 hours a week), non-credit program for students who wish to improve their level of English proficiency before entering into a degree program. A special section is reserved for students preparing for graduate study in a management field. We also offer a language support program for international teaching fellows.

The Freshman Second Language Program (FSL) is a sheltered, freshman year program for students who have been accepted into an undergraduate degree program at Suffolk. Classes are credit-bearing and include core requirements.

The Language Related Services (LRS) program provides free tutoring and workshops to any Suffolk students who speak a language other than English.

$3,150 Per Term

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