Los Angeles is the trendiest city in America. Our school is located on Wilshire Boulevard in fashionable Westwood Village, next to the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). As a student you will study in classrooms located on the second floor of our building, which offers bright and welcoming facilities. Students can enjoy the area around ELC Los Angeles by spending an afternoon relaxing around the University campus, visiting the the Getty Center, or taking a short bus ride to Santa Monica, Venice Beach, or Beverly Hills. On the weekends students can take a trip to San Francisco, Las Vegas, San Diego or Santa Barbara.
Boston is the education capital of the United States. Our Boston school is located at the top of historical Beacon Street on Beacon Hill, adjacent to the famous Freedom Train and close walking-distance to anywhere in Boston. As a student, you will study in our bright and beautiful classrooms located on the second floor of our office building. Students can enjoy the area around ELC Boston by spending an afternoon walking the cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill, can learn about American history by taking a tour on the Freedom Trail, or can take a short subway ride to Harvard or MIT from ELC. On the weekends students can take a trip to New York City, New Hampshire, or Vermont. With over 100 universities and colleges, Boston has a large and vibrant community of American and international students.
The school is located only two blocks from world-famous State Street and is a 10-minute walk from the beach. As a student you will study on the first and second floor of our own award-winning building, in classrooms with large windows and beautiful views of the Santa Barbara Courthouse, a world-famous architectural landmark. Students can enjoy the area around ELC Santa Barbara by spending time learning how to surf with one of our instructors, walking to Paseo Nuevo to shop for the latest fashions, or walking to the Santa Barbara pier for some fresh seafood and a glass of local Santa Barbara wine. On the weekends students can take a trip to Los Angeles, San Diego, or San Francisco.