Why Learn English at Nile Language School?


International Body

Nile Language School’s students come from around the globe with different experiences and cultural backgrounds. We are proud of the diversity of our student body.


University Pathway Program

Our University Pathway Program provides an opportunity for international students to enroll in an American university or college after receiving the NLS Certificate of Program Completion.

Learn English at Nile Language School

Individual Focus

Every student at NLS receives individual attention. Our instructors also provide individual mentorship, an additional layer of support for our students.

About NLS

We do what we know best:
We teach English

Nile Language School is the leader in providing English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction and preparing the students from the global community for the TOEFL iBT test and education in America as well as other English-speaking countries.

NLS prides itself on delivering the highest quality holistic ESL experience including instruction in a friendly environment, cultural immersion, and the most competitive tuition rates among the English languages schools.

High Standards in Teaching English

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

While still considered the New York metropolitan area, NLS is located in the heart of Northern New Jersey. New York City is about 15 minutes away by train or car and about 20 minutes by bus. Public transportation is conveniently available less than 1 minute of a walking distance from our school.

Yes, we do! NLS is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students.

Our application process is very simple! Please fill out the online application form and submit your document via the account you created.

You will need the following documents to apply:

-Copy of passport: must be valid for at least 6 months;

-Proof of finances: you must prove that you have sufficient funds to cover the cost of education and cost of living in the United States;

-Affidavit of Support/Sponsor Letter: if you are being sponsored, your sponsor must sign a Sponsor Form. If your sponsor is located in the U.S., they must fill out the I-531 Affidavit of Support form that can be found on the USCIS website.

-Pay: Registration fee of $100 and Document mailing fee ($75 for International Express, $25 for Domestic Express, or Free for Pick Ups).

For accommodation, we partner with American Homestay Network. You may find more information about AHN by clicking here.

Yes, we do. If your desire is to learn English online, all you need is to enroll online English courses offered by Nile Language School as it makes sure that learning English isn’t limited to a traditional classroom. In fact, NLS’ online English courses are designed to keep students engaged in communication and guide them in a student-friendly manner ideal for both remote learners and traditional students considering enhancing their abilities outside of a conventional framework. F1 students are not eligible to enroll in online courses. 

NLS is authorized under Federal law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students. I-20 is a ”Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant Student Status” for F1 student visa which we issue after you have been accepted into the NLS program. You will need the Form I-20 in order to apply for F1 visa at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate.

The Form I-20 is a ”Certificate of Eligibility” for F-1 Student Status. A nonimmigrant who applies for F-1 visa needs the Form I-20 to apply for F-1 visa at a U.S. Consulate or Embassy.

The Form I-20 is a document confirming that a student has been admitted to a full-time study program at a government-approved educational institution and has demonstrated sufficient financial resources to stay in the United States.

The F-1 Visa (Academic Student) allows you to enter the United States as a full-time student at an accredited college, university, seminary, conservatory, academic high school, elementary school, other academic institutions, or at a language training program. You must be enrolled in a program or course of study that culminates in a degree, diploma, or certificate, and your school must be authorized by the U.S. government to accept international students.

On or before your first day at NLS, you will take a Placement Test that checks your grammar, vocabulary, listening, speaking, and reading skills. You will be placed in a course based on the test results.

Yes. You will receive the NLS Certificate upon a successful completion of a level (e.g. advanced level). You may also request a Progress Report that illustrates the progress made during your course of study at NLS.

The United States federal and immigration law requires that F-1 students study full-time ONLY. If you are already in the U.S. or hold a visa other than F1, you may enroll in NLS’ semi-intensive classes as a part-time student. 

Your passport with F-1 visa stamp and Form I-20 are the most important documents and you will need to present them at the customs while entering the USA. When you travel within the USA or to/from the USA, carry them with you at all times and remember to put them in your handbag. 

More than


of our students express their satisfaction about our teaching quality, our teachers and the school administration.

We help our students to build their language skills – speaking, reading, listening and writing.

Visit the testimonials page to see what our students have to say about NILE.

Follow our English Language Blog

Writing “it’s” instead of “its” or the other way around is a very common mistake that a lot of ESL students (and even English native speakers) make.

A lot of people confuse “you’re” and “your” because it is a very simple grammatical mistake to make. Even native English speakers can make mistakes with these words sometimes.

Here are some examples of phrasal verbs: look up (meaning: to search for information), look after (meaning: to take care of someone), look forward to (meaning: to feel excited about that is going to happen).


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