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Learn more about American families and local life by choosing to live with a host family! You’ll be provided with half board and will generally eat your evening meal with your host family, meaning there’ll be many opportunities for you to practise your English and connect with another culture. Linen and towels are included. Wi-Fi is available for free. Most homestays are located 45-60 minutes away from the school, and your host family will help you plan your trip to school on your first day.
Waverly student apartments (ages 18 and over) These apartments are a 20-minute bus ride away from Kaplan Boston and the city centre, in a beautiful Boston home-style setting. Twin or single rooms are available. You’ll share the bathroom and equipped kitchen with other students, and with restaurants and bars only five minutes away, there’s ample opportunity to socialise and explore. Twin rooms feature bunk beds, while single rooms feature double beds, with Wi-Fi and storage included. Rooms are cleaned and bed linen is changed weekly, and a laundry service is available on site.
This picturesque residence is the perfect place to meet new people from around the world during your English course in Boston. A 30-40-minute bus ride away from the school, this residence has an on-site canteen and common room with TV and is located right by the Charles River and Boston Public Gardens. Rooms are twin, with a mini-fridge, desk, and storage space. Coin-operated laundry facilities are available, and rooms are cleaned weekly upon request. Bed linen and towels are included in the cost.
As one of the oldest cities in the USA, you’ll be making a great choice if you choose Kaplan Boston. This picture-perfect New England city is an intellectual hub, home to the world-famous Harvard University, MIT and other prestigious institutions, attracting students from all around the world thanks to its reputation in education. Explore historical areas and cultural landmarks such as the Museum of Fine Arts and meet new people through the many social activities the school organises on a weekly basis. Cheer on the Celtics in an NBA game or on the Red Sox at a baseball stadium, go whale watching out on the coast, or explore the galleries and exhibitions the city has to offer – learn English in Boston and there’ll never be a dull moment!