BridgeEnglish students come from all over the world to immerse themselves in the language and culture of the United States. Su Jin Lee, from South Korea, is currently a student at our downtown Denver center, where she has been taking our General English program since last August.
You know you want to study English in the U.S., but should you take group or private classes? One offers lots of interaction with other students, potentially from around the world, but the other offers the chance for very tailored study and accelerated language learning. Here’s what to consider when choosing whether group or private English classes are right for you.
As the leaves on trees start to change and the air becomes crisper this time of year, Bridge students at our downtown Denver center have a whole new list of cool-weather activities to experience. Check out the different ways to enjoy the fall and winter seasons in Denver when English class is over.
Meet a student in the Bridge General English Program here in Denver, Colorado! Alina, from Switzerland, is taking part in a 4-week program to improve her English. We asked her some questions about her experience as a student at Bridge, what she likes about Denver, and if her opinion about the U.S. has changed now that she’s here!
If you’re planning to study abroad at a U.S. university but have not yet decided which one, Bridge Pathways has the perfect solution for you. Start your studies at our BridgePathways Denver City Center! Enroll in the Academic English Program at our centrally located campus in downtown Denver and you can prepare for university success while adjusting to American life.
At BridgeEnglish, we base our curriculum on the concept of full immersion. Students enrolled in our programs speak English in their classes, with their host families, and at events outside of the classroom. Otisa is the new Front Office Coordinator at BridgeEnglish in Denver. She is actively engaged with the students at BridgeEnglish and plans the student activities. We asked her some questions about these activities and their overall importance. Here is what she had to tell us!
Get to know Goro and find out about his journey from Japan to Denver. This BridgeEnglish student shares why he loves Colorado and why learning English has been so important to him.
Making the decision to visit the United States to study English can be difficult. There are many schools all over the country, and you are trying to figure out your best option from far away! Sometimes you think studying English in the USA is not for you. After speaking to hundreds of students from all over the world, our program advisors have found that apparent obstacles are no obstacles at all! Here are the top 3 myths we hear about studying English in the USA, and some very good reasons why you should consider it!
If you would like to study at a university in the United States, you should thoroughly research all of your options before making a decision. Unfortunately, many students limit their search to big-name, four-year institutions assuming they are the only path to success. This simply is not the case, and no search would be complete without first considering the community college option. To better understand their value, you first need to understand the American university system.
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.