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In short, the goal of the NESE is to provide an extraordinary opportunity to learn English. The average class size is 10 students. Small classes ensure lively discussions, frequent student participation, and intensive student-teacher interaction.
Intensive or Semi-Intensive Instruction. Five Days per Week. The NESE curriculum is divided into 10 levels of intensive instruction. In each level, you attend classes every day from either 9:00 - 3:15 every day (the Intensive Program) or from 9:00-12:30 (the Semi-Intensive Program). Additionally, depending on students' goals and needs, they may attend some of the elective and after-school courses that are offered.
TOEFL Preparation. The super-intensive course is designed to ensure that students will significantly increase their score on the iBT Next Generation TOEFL® exam. In class, students will receive an in-depth skill review, learn test-taking techniques, and take many practice exams to give the confidence when taking the iBT Next Generation TOEFL® exam. Because the classes are small, students will have an opportunity to concentrate on their own particular mistakes and improve their score. The Institutional TOEFL® exam is offered every month at NESE to all interested intermediate and advanced level students.
Business English. In this intensive course, case studies and current domestic and international business situations are presented. Through texts, videos, and discussions, students will sharpen and refine their English language and business skills in areas such as business writing, marketing, strategic planning, finance, international business, and human resource development. The Harvard Management Update, Business Week, journal articles, and case studies as well as other current media are used throughout this class. Because NESE maintains special relationships with a number of MBA programs around the country, NESE students who are academically qualified can enter a number of these programs without taking the official TOEFL® exam.
University Preparation. This course teaches students how to prepare research and technical papers, theses, and dissertations to a standard expected by United States universities. Students learn how to use an American university library for research purposes, and these skills help them to complete their class assignment: a research paper complete with footnotes and bibliography.
Pronunciation. This course is designed to give students extra practice and more self-confidence in conversations in both formal and informal situations. A special emphasis is placed on the needs of each individual in the group.
Legal English. In this course, students will be introduced to the American judicial and legislative systems. They will become familiar with legal terminology, learn how to analyze cases, and also understand how legal documents are composed. In addition, students will view actual court proceedings through visiting real court rooms and watching videos.
4 weeks – $1,040
8 weeks – $2,080
12 weeks – $3,120
16 weeks – $4,160
4 weeks – $1,425
8 weeks – $2,750
12 weeks – $4,175
16 weeks – $5,500