School is closed on official holidays and celebrations
The Intensive English Program is designed for full-time students at Nile Language School. Intensive classes meet 20 hours a week, which allows the students to complete a session in 6 weeks and the full level in 24 weeks.
The General English Program is designed for part-time students at Nile Language School. General English classes meet 16 hours a week, which allows the students to complete a course in 6 weeks and a full level in 24 weeks.
The TOEFL Program is designed for full-time students at Nile Language School TOEFL classes meet 20 hours a week, which allows the students to complete a course in 12 weeks.
The needs of our students are a top priority. NLS offers a range of Student Services to ensure that students flawlessly transition to the American culture and lifestyle. The School Director, Student Services Coordinator, and Program Coordinator are available to answer students’ questions about the school and other matters in general, such as housing, transportation, banking, sporting and recreation, tourist attractions, colleges and universities, internships, scholarships, and social and cultural norms. The School Director and Program Coordinator can also help the students with school related issues.
NLS has three administrators who also serve as advisers. Students can make appointments with the Director, Program Coordinator, or Student Services Coordinator for academic and personal advising. Office hours of each administrator are posted on the InfoBoard in the main hall.
If the administrators feel that a student’s needs exceed the resources available within NLS, referrals to other professionals, services, or programs are provided.
Academic advising is available for students whose needs are academic in nature. Academic advising is provided for students who
Personal advising is available for students whose needs are personal in nature. These needs may include:
Tutoring is available for students who need extra help with vocabulary, writing skill, grammar, TOEFL, pronunciation, or homework.
Textbooks are available for purchase on campus with little or no difference in price.
NLS occasionally organizes celebrations, programs and outdoor activities such as picnics, field trips, and other special events. These events are designed to immerse students into the American culture, incorporate their language in real-life situations, and encourage diversity.
Students may request a class or schedule change only for legitimate reasons. For instance, if a student desires to move to another ESL course, the student must undergo a skills evaluation by the Student Advisor. Upon the Student Advisor’s recommendation, the student can move to the desired course. Teachers may also recommend a student’s change of course. NLS can accommodate these changes as long as there is availability.
Students may request official letters such as certification as a current student at Nile Language School, certification as a previous student at Nile Language School, a letter for the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), and transfer letters. Letters are processed within five to seven business days upon request.
A certificate is issued to students who successfully complete:
The request should be submitted to the Director or Program Coordinator’s office, and the certificate will be available for retrieval in five business days.
Nile Language School is the leader in providing English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction and preparing the students from the global community.
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