Boston University Center
    for English Language and Orientation Programs

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    Boston University’s Center for English Language and Orientation Programs (BU CELOP) is the English language program at BU, the #37 nationally ranked university in the U.S. CELOP offers students the opportunity to improve their English for the purpose of admission to a college or university of their choice. We offer Intensive English every semester (fall, spring, and summer) at 20 or 25 hours per week. Intensive English includes instruction in reading, writing, listening, and speaking and a choice of elective courses which include TOEFL preparation, SAT preparation, Academic Writing, and many more. Students at CELOP receive a BU ID card and have access to all campus facilities including on campus housing, meal plans, and access to BU student activities, libraries, and the Fitness and Recreation Center.


    CELOP is not a pathway to an undergraduate or graduate program at BU. Instead, our programs include free university admissions advising to help students select institutions, complete applications, and write an effective application essay. Additionally, completing a CELOP course lets students waive the TOEFL requirement at many Boston area colleges and universities. We invite you to apply to BU CELOP and choose the highest quality English language instruction and university preparation that will help you achieve your academic goal.




    Southern New Hampshire University

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    Southern New Hampshire University is an award-winning private university located in Manchester, New Hampshire –an hour from the global city of Boston. Offering undergraduate, graduate and English as a Second Language (ESL) programs, SNHU is ranked the #1 Most Innovative University in the region by US News and World Report. Since its founding in 1932, the University has transformed from a school of accounting and secretarial science into an institution offering over 200 degree programs, including Aviation Management, Business, IT/Computer Science, Game Design, Aerospace Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Communications, Accounting/Finance, Mechanical Engineering, Law & Politics, and more. SNHU hosts 4,000 students with 750+ international students from over 75 countries, offering students endless opportunities to meet friends and mentors from a variety of cultures and backgrounds. Check out SNHU today!

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    Suffolk University, like its home city of Boston, is alive with intellectual and cultural vigor. Founded in 1906, Suffolk is a private, coeducational, fully accredited university offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in the College of Arts and Sciences, Sawyer Business School and Law School.


    We take pride in being a personal, student-centered school, where faculty and administrators know students by name. There are 90+ academic programs for undergraduate and graduate study which emphasize quality teaching, small class size and real-world career applications. Class sizes are small in the undergraduate programs averaging 20 students. Our location in the heart of Boston provides our students with outstanding internships or part-time work that help support their academic goals as they move forward into a professional career.


    A diverse population of 5030 undergraduate students, 1106 graduate students, 1065 Law School students, from 34 U.S. states and 100 different countries. 20% of last year’s incoming new undergraduate class was comprised of international students. Suffolk has expanded its founding vision of opportunity to a global stage.


  • University of Bridgeport ​

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    The University of Bridgeport, commonly referred to as UB, is a private, independent, non-sectarian, coeducational National university located in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The university is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The students of the University of Bridgeport are from 80 countries and 46 states.


    Situated in the heart of the New York City metro area, our students have endless options for entertainment, culture, relaxation, rejuvenation and discovery. New York City is just one hour away. Boston is three hours away, and Washington, D.C., is six hours away.