Centre Director: Martine Mangion
1 Faneuil Hall Square
+1 (0) 617 247 3033 Bookings & Enquiries: +356 23 790555
EC Boston’s English language school, established in 1992, has a great location in the centre of Boston. Faneuil Hall Square is an important place in Boston (and American) history. Students love learning in such an historic area that also has all restaurants, shops and entertainment you would want from a modern city. The school is close to public transport (State St. T Station), which makes travelling to accommodation easy. English courses include General English, Exam Preparation, and Academic Year. EC Boston also offers weekend English courses.
English Courses in Boston
Improve your English level and communication skills.
Learn the English needed for business-world success.
Academic preparation for entry to an English-speaking university.
Preparation courses for major English exams.
Learn English and add some excitement.
Learn English and get ready for the workplace.
26 new classrooms
Free Wi-Fi throughout the school
Self Study Room
Self Study room for all EC Boston students
30 internet connected computers
Books are available for self-study or reading practice
Meet some of our teachers who will help you reach your English goal.
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Stephen is "local boy" who grew up in Greater Boston and has a passion for its culture and history. He graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst with a major in journalism and a minor in history. He earned his Master of Arts in Teaching from Simmon's College in Boston. In addition to his CTEFL and CELTA teaching certificates, Stephen is licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Education to teach ESL, English, Social Studies, History, and Visual Arts.
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Actual nationalities will vary over time so this may not be representative of the mix on your course.
- Korean 20%
- Saudi Arabian 18%
- Colombian 11%
- Spanish 4%
- Japanese 5%
- Turkish 5%
- Taiwanese 5%
- Swiss 3%
- Others 22%
- In the centre of the city
- Convenient location for public transport
- Dining, sightseeing and entertainment options all around
- Part of Boston's Freedom Trail
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What students are saying about EC Boston .
I hadn't known too much about Boston before I arrived here. When I met the staff at EC in myDidem Dogan
The main point of choosing Boston as a destination for the CAE was the fact that my relatives liveNadia Kohler
Hi, my name is Hyo Jin Kang and I am from South Korea. I have been here for six months and I amHyo Jin Kang
I’ve studied at EC Boston for 8 months. I really appreciate for EC Boston, all of staff andKakeru Watanabe
I came to Boston to complete my studies, also I want to learn English. When I came to Boston ISaleh
My experience at EC it’s just awesome. I used to be at other English school and was really awfulKattya Sofia Zamarron Cepeda
My company chooses for me to study in Boston because it is one of the best cities to study EnglishShinya Kuberta
I chose Boston because of the historic city and I learned a lot about different cultures that IDaniel Overesch
I have studied here in the BY program. I would love to use English all the time that I wasPhongsak Ritpitakphong
Boston is a diverse city, you will find people from all over the world here in Boston. Moreover,Ronan
I choose Boston because it’s a good city to study. My cousin recommended this school because heDiana Mattos
My name is Rosa Francisca and I chose Boston, at first, because it’s completely different fromRosa Francisca Rocha Montenegro Leal
I chose Boston because it has a rich history in America and is it's near NYC which is one of theMasayoshi Tobita
I chose Boston because it is a beautiful city and I thought it wouldn’t have many Swiss people,Manuela Pfander
I like Boston because a very nice and clean and the people are nice. There are a lot of buildings,Mamorou Keita
I've been studying at EC for three months, and in such a short time I've learned not onlyShoko Furukawa
I chose the University Access Program because I want to enter university after I graduate fromAlexander Tsypalov
I wanted to attend Cambridge College but I did not have TOEFL score yet. Then my friend told meHien Nguyen
This was a dream come true! I would like to say, ‘EC gives shape to my long-cherished dream’. IHyunmin Jang
While I have been in Boston I’ve developed my English skills at the same time that I’ve improve mySaria Gil
When I decided to go to Boston for just two weeks I also had to choose between staying in aSteven Rimediotti-von Gasser