Language School New York — Rennert: Be part of it!
In the language school in New York, you are at the core of the ‘Big Apple’: The Eurocentres partner school, Rennert International in Midtown Manhattan, lies on East 45th Street close to Grand Central Station. In small classes with a maximum of 10 students and with the individual attention of the teacher, success is fast and easy. The professional teaching staff and the helpful school team ensure that you feel at home from the very first day. “I want to be a part of it” sang Frank Sinatra in his love song to New York. ‘Together’ is also a term that you will hear a lot - during your language study stay in New York, you will undertake many activities as a class.
Rennert International language school in New York was founded in 1973 and is one of the leading English schools. In addition to its small class sizes, students from all over the world are impressed by the many other advantages: the modern infrastructure with internet, WLAN and all other necessities, and the many activities that the school organises for its students. Look forward to discovering and experiencing New York together with your classmates: Broadway shows, musicals, Times Square, great museums, restaurants, skyscrapers, clubs and naturally, shopping, shopping, shopping – all await you in the city that never sleeps.
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- Air conditioning
- Computer room
- Student lounge
- Vending machines
A typical day at Rennert New York
With her language stay in New York, a dream has become reality for Elisa. As a child, the enthusiastic dancer dreamed of New York, the city of her longings, of unlimited possibilities. And now she is here, in the middle of it, in Rennert International language school in Manhattan. Each morning when she wakes in her huge bed in her room in her host family’s house, she has to pinch herself to make sure that it is all not just a dream. She eats breakfast together with Douglas and Carol’s kids – cornflakes with milk and a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice. Then it is off to the subway. The school is just four stations away and Elisa soon meets up with her classmates in the student lounge.
Elisa finds it great that class sizes are limited to 10 students. She is also completely happy with her teachers – especially Nathalie, of whom she has grown fond. She is going to a dance theatre on Broadway with her this evening – Elisa can hardly wait and is counting the hours. She is very surprised at how many excursions the school has organised. She never thought that she would experience New York so closely – and already feels a little like a real New Yorker.
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