Edu Link셲 3-weeks 2014 Summer English Program is designed to help hard-working students in grades
8-12 who want to improve their English during summer vacation.

Distinctively from others, our summer English program focuses on lengthy intensive study classes with certified/qualified teachers rather than trips and entertainment. Daily classes include English grammar, comprehensive reading, writing, American history and group debating during the week days. In the American history classes, students will be able to understand better about American government and history. Group debates every day on various topics will help students not only practice their verbal English but also help develop logical expression of their thoughts.

Our unique Host Family program will also help international students learn about American culture and family life by living with carefully selected American families throughout. The abundant opportunities to talk with American host families on daily basis will also help students exercise live conversational English.

Intensive classes are not all! Every Friday evening students will have outdoor barbecue or movie night with host families and local students through which they learn social life as well.

Two days on every weekend, Saturday and Sunday, are allocated for breath taking field trips to many places in east coast of U.S.A. including Washington, D.C. the capital city of America, historical monumental sites, West Point Military Academy, famous universities, New York City and boat trip to Statue of Liberty. Edu Link does not treat these field trips as just sight-seeing but regards as a course of extended education, thus our teachers accompany students during field trips and will answer all questions.


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Program Goals

1) Improve English Fluency

2) Learn American History

3) Experience American Culture

Costs Not-Included

1) International Airfare and visa fees

2) Souvenirs and personal purchases

Program Fee Includes

1) Domestic transportation in U.S.A.

2) Airport pick-up and drop off

3) Host Family compensation

4) Experienced teachers

5) Class materials

6) Meals

7) All field trips and admissions

8) 24 hour medical insurance

Field Trips include:
1) West Point U.S. Military Academy
2) New York City and Statue of Liberty
3) Harvard University
4) Princeton University
5) Philadelphia Historic sites
6) Washington, D.C.
7) Yale University
8) Columbia University / NYU
Typical Weekday Schedule:
07:00-08:00 Breakfast at Host Family
08:30-12:00 English Class
12:00-13:00 Lunch at school
13:00-15:00 Group Debate
15:00-17:00 English & U.S. History classes
17:30- American cultural experience
with host family

Program Features :

  • All students live with selected American families throughout courses experiencing American life & culture
  • Class size will be maximum 15 students; English proficiency test given at arrival
  • Classes are focused on English and American History
  • English class includes grammar, reading comprehension and writing
  • Group debate with local students every day to improve conversational English and communication skill
  • Outdoor BBQ and pool party every Friday evening with local American students
  • Field trips to renowned colleges/universities, historical sites, Washington, D.C. & NYC
    ( teachers accompany)
  • Final test to measure improvement
  • Classes are held at local college campus
  • Certificate of completion will be presented to successful students
  • Motivate students with strong ambition through classes at Ivy League Universities






17 Arcadian Ave., Suite 207
Paramus, NJ 07652 U.S.A.
Tel.201.845.9322 Fax. 201.845.9353