- Reception Desk
- Computer with internet available
- Free Wifi
- Student lounge
- Vending machine
The Manhattan Language School in New York City was founded in 2000, located on the 11th floor of a historic downtown Manhattan building. You can even see the Statue of Liberty directly from the classroom windows. It is close to many subway lines and some of New York's most famous landmarks, such as Wall Street, the Freedom Tower and the Brooklyn Bridge.
The mission of Manhattan Language
Our mission is to provide English language training programs that are focused, accessible and affordable - all in a friendly, supportive learning environment that familiarizes our students with authentic New York culture.
Our clients are international students, professionals and tourists who are here to enhance their English skills for academic study, professional advancement or personal enrichment. We aspire to meet and exceed the expectations for quality and instructional excellence of those enrolling in our programs.
Why Manhattan Language?
- High quality, flexible and affordable language training programs
- Skilled, experienced and specialized teachers
- High level of personal attention and care
- Friendly and fun environment
- Partnerships with many colleges and universities across the country
- Excellent Manhattan location
Students that study at Manhattan Language can expect..
A safe, clean, and comfortable facility and location (Perfect NYC location with views of the State of Liberty right from the window!)
A quality and comprehensive language program taught by experienced professionals (on average, ML teachers have 18 years' experience teaching English with many being specialists in their individual areas)
A diverse activity program and weekly bonus workshops to supplement their programs
A supportive and friendly community of staff and students
Complete overall satisfaction and memorable experience! ( Based on exit survey evaluations, 99% of students say they would recommend ML to a friend)
Times Square, Broadway and the Theater District
The Theater District takes its name from the fact that it has many theaters, cinemas, hotels and entertainment venues. Time Square is named after the location of the former New York Times headquarters.
It's one of Manhattan's most vibrant neighborhoods. The Broadway theaters and a large number of advertising neon or giant screens have made it a symbol of New York.
If you like to go shopping, this is not what is missing in Times Square!