English as a Second Language
The ESL Program at BHU started as a dream of helping our international students to improve their academic language proficiency for the BHU degree programs. In 2016, we started with only 13 students, and we are today more than 100 students, dreaming more and big!
Academic proficiency still is one of our missions as a program, but we also became a team of teachers and students that learn from each other, engaging in global encounters to become better global citizens. We are BHU ESL.
Our program offers classes that explore academic, professional, and life skills. Through a creative curriculum that understands international students' needs, our program works holistically by having contextual learning approaches, bringing content that is relevant to our students’ lives and ultimately to our society.
If you want to learn more about the program details or the admissions process, download the ESL Inquiry Packet below.
We can’t wait to hear from you!
FEATURES OF OUR PROGRAM
- SEVP Certified. Our school is eligible to enroll F1 students in the United States. Students can legally study in the United States by applying to our ESL Program.
- Affordable. Our affordable tuition allow students to start pursuing their dream of studying English in the United States.
- Personalized Attention. At BHU ESL, we believe that each student’s culture, experience, family, educational background, and personality are part of their learning process. Our Instructors are trained to create classes that see students as a whole person and not only as learners of the English language.
- Creative Curriculum. Our curriculum is focused on offering the fundamental tools for students to acquire a language and know how to use it in different contexts. We want students to not only know how to do grocery shopping on their own but also to write a proper email. We want our students to not only know how to ask for directions on their own but to talk to their kids’ teachers at the school. We do not only want students to speak clearly but also to think critically about the world. Therefore, life skills, professional skills, and academic skills are all explored in our curriculum.
- Cultural. We are intentional about cultural diversity and its importance to one’s cultural background, country of origin, and who our students are culturally.