Boston is one of the oldest cities in America and yet one of the most creative and forward thinking. Host to two world-class universities, a booming pharmaceutical industry and a leader in the financial industry, Boston is an ideal city for students and executives wanting to reach the highest levels of English proficiency in a well respected academic city.
Tuition & Training Centre
OISE Boston comprises of 17 classrooms, a lecture hall, computer lab and a student lounge area. OISE’s signature modern furniture features throughout the
school along with wifi and flat screen computers in all classrooms. The friendly staff promote a welcoming environment in the school. Tea and coffee
facilities, a water cooler, fresh bagels with peanut butter, jam and cream cheese at are available at break times.
OISE Boston offers one-to-one Tutorials, and Quatorial groups of 4 students, ideal for executives and students. Student presentations are followed by a
question and answer session every morning, newspapers and television reports are discussed in the news review, time each day is spent discussing differences
between American culture and others which helps participants to integrate into American social situations and improves understanding, and on Fridays
students and staff bring in food from their own countries to share and sample giving a chance to taste cuisine from around the world.
Boston is both a sprawling metropolis and a beautiful harbour town. Set in pleasant New England, it is favourable in all seasons; spring flowers in
full bloom, summer watching the sailboats, autumn foliage turning the city amber, red and gold, and snow turning Boston into a winter wonderland.
Located in beautiful Back Bay in downtown Boston, OISE enjoys fantastic views of the city from its art-deco building shared with consulates from
Turkey, Spain, Colombia and France. The area is very desirable in Boston and one of its famous shopping streets, Newbury St, is close to
the school with a range of boutique and designer shops.
The Social Programme at OISE Boston shows the best of what the city has to offer. In summer students watch Harvard and MIT compete at the Head of the Charles
Regatta, the world’s largest two-day rowing event from the banks of the Esplanade. Kayaking on the River Charles and sailing in the harbour, or even
a guided boat tour are great ways of exploring the city by water.
All year round, students go on trips to local breweries to see how beers Harpoon and Sam Adams are made, tour the USS Constitution ship that was launched
in 1797 and is still afloat today, eat dumplings in Chinatown and grab a slice of pizza in North End, the Italian district. Trips to the Top of the
Hub in the Prudential building to enjoy appetisers and cocktails in front of the cityscape are popular, as well as trips to discover Harvard campus
and the Institute of Contemporary Art.
Boston Logan Airport is situated on the outskirts of the city and takes only a 10 minute taxi ride to OISE Boston, which can also be reached by metro or
bus. Boston has an efficient transport network, the Massachusetts Bay Transport Authority. The MBTA is very affordable and a pass will allow you to
use both the metro and the bus system which have services running late into the night.
Beaches are a 30 minute drive away, ski resorts and Washington are 2 hours away, New York City is accessible by bus in 4 hours or by plane in 1 hour and
Cape Cod can be reached by ferry in 1 hour.
Homestay accommodation is an excellent way to experience American culture and to have extended English language practice in a relaxed environment. All
hosts are located near public transport stops with easy access to OISE Boston. Staff can help with private accommodation options including a choice of
serviced apartments on request.