Course: Rennert International American English Programs
Ten levels of English
10 students maximum per class
Rapid Progress 20 (Student visa required)
This semi-intensive program enables you to make rapid progress in your English communication skills while having plenty of time for extracurricular activities in New York or Miami. With 10 levels of English, our small classes meet for four lessons a day, mornings or afternoons (9:30 to 1:10 or 1:40 to 5:20). Students can not choose their schedule. Use your free time to enjoy the sites of New York or Miami. In the evenings and on weekends, enjoy Rennert’s extensive calendar of teacher-led activities.
Rapid Progress 30 (Student visa required)
Our most intensive program includes six lessons per day, with both morning and afternoon classes in New York or Miami. Small classes with ten students maximum allow for personal attention and rapid progress. Special emphasis is placed on conversation skills. In New York, students have a choice of afternoon electives that include TOEFL practice for intermediate-level students, fluency, English through American films, error correction, idioms and phrasal verbs and writing and pronunciation. In the evenings and on weekends, enjoy Rennert’s extensive calendar of teacher led activities.
Vacation ‘N Learn® (16 lessons per week; No student visa required)
This program allows you to improve your English skills while vacationing in New York or Miami. With ten levels of English, our small classes meet for four lessons a day, mornings or afternoons, Monday through Thursday (9:30 to 1:10 or 1:40 to 5:20). Students can not choose their schedule. The rest of the day and three-day weekends allow you to enjoy all that New York or Miami have to offer by taking advantage of Rennert’s extensive calendar of teacher-led activities.
Rapid Progress 20 Sample Schedule
Rapid Progress 30 Sample Schedule
About the School
Experience, small classes and the personal touch. Since 1973 Rennert has been teaching languages and boasts the smallest class size in New York with a maximum of 10 students.