How Bridge Employees’ Experiences Abroad Help Us Relate to Our English Students

In just the past year, Bridge employees have visited every continent on the globe (depending on if you include Antarctica!) for pleasure and work, as well as educational experiences. Travel is in our DNA. Learning about and understanding the world and its many cultures is part of each one of our job descriptions.In just the past year, Bridge employees have visited every continent on the globe (depending on if you include Antarctica!) for pleasure and work, as well as educational experiences. Travel is in our DNA. Learning about and understanding the world and its many cultures is part of each one of our job descriptions.In just the past year, Bridge employees have visited every continent on the globe (depending on if you include Antarctica!) for pleasure and work, as well as educational experiences. Travel is in our DNA. Learning about and understanding the world and its many cultures is part of each one of our job descriptions.In just the past year, Bridge employees have visited every continent on the globe (depending on if you include Antarctica!) for pleasure and work, as well as educational experiences. Travel is in our DNA. Learning about and understanding the world and its many cultures is part of each one of our job descriptions.

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Interview with the BridgeEnglish Academic Advisor

In our experience, the more personal attention that an international student receives, the more likely he/she is to be successful learning English and using the language to reach future goals. When a student knows that there is an individual at Bridge dedicated to ensuring student success and someone who is available to help them navigate the complicated world of living and studying in a foreign country, it allows the student to focus on learning English, which is the most important part of the student’s time at Bridge.

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Baseball Season Excitement at Bridge English – Interview with Atsushi Horii

With the opening day of the 2013 baseball season already here we decided to find out if any of our students are interested in or know about baseball, a sport that is traditionally American. Atsushi Horii, a Bridge Business Program student, took us by surprise with his knowledge and passion for the sport. Here are his thoughts on baseball, both in Japan and in the US.

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Study at an American University: Conditional Admission Can Help!

Conditional admission to an American university is quite possibly the most common request from international students planning to study in the United States, but what exactly is conditional admission? In a few words, conditional admission is an official letter from a university stating that a student is academically admissible to a degree program and will be granted full-admission upon reaching an appropriate level of English proficiency.

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Applying for a US University – Where Do I Start?

Applying to an American university can seem like an overwhelming task to an international student. However, with the appropriate amount of planning, preparation, and support from a Bridge Academic Advisor, you can be confident about receiving a letter of admission from the moment you submit your application. It is important to remember that the best American universities are highly competitive and taking the time to submit an organized, thorough application package will differentiate you from the less qualified candidates.

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BridgeEnglish Denver and Chadron State College Announce Early Start Program

BridgePathways, the academic arm of BridgeEnglish Denver, is collaborating with Chadron State College (CSC) to provide students enrolled in Bridge’s Academic English Program with the opportunity to be concurrently enrolled in CSC credit courses being delivered at our language center in Denver, Colorado. By doing so, you can get an “Early Start” toward completing your degree while you improve your English language proficiency at Bridge.

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Meet Ramiro Gallo, A Fourth Time Bridge English Immersion Student

Ramiro Gallo is a BridgeEnglish full-immersion student who came to Denver from “The Athens of South America”, Bogota, Columbia. Ramiro’s recent trip to Denver marked his fourth time as an immersion student at BridgeEnglish in Denver.  In 1998, as a true beginner, Ramiro completed his first program at Bridge, focusing on basic grammar and the […]

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Little Known Facts about Your English Teacher at Bridge

This month Bridge’s head English teacher in Denver, Timothy Samuelson, sat down with Denise Kray, our head IDELT trainer, to talk about the extensive training that our trainees go through in order to teach English at Bridge. Tim: Denise, I received my TEFL (teach English as a Foreign Language) certification in Madrid, Spain and felt that […]

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7 Can’t-Miss Reasons to Study English Abroad in Denver, Colorado

Studying English abroad is one of the most important decisions you will make in your lifetime, and choosing to study in Denver, Colorado is likely to be the best decision you ever make! Denver, located at the foot of the breathtaking Rocky Mountains, is an amazing American city full of all the cultural opportunities available […]

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Exercise, Adventure, Luxury, and Relaxation: Winter Entertainment in Denver and Colorado

When you think of Denver or the state of Colorado, you probably think of the Rocky Mountains.  Then you probably imagine cold, miserable winter weather with cars buried in snow and pets and children trapped indoors, right?  Well…you may need to reconsider a few of these misconceptions and see what Denver and the surrounding areas […]

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