"Do-It-Yourself Study Abroad" ESL (English as Second Language) School Search and Application Site

About ApplyESL.com
ApplyESL.com is a free "Do-It-Yourself" Study Abroad school search and application service with over 200 schools and 400 English courses which has been used by students from over 80 countries. Here you can find the program best for you and learn about schools with video introductions, application rankings and detailed student reviews. By creating an ApplyESL.com account, you can go a step further and access more important study abroad information including school discount offers.

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Study Abroad Topics - Information to Help You Choose Your School and Apply
Studying English at an American University Campus
Do you want to experience what it's like to be a real student in the United States? Studying English at a university is a great option. You can choose from many famous schools such as UCLA and Columbia University and enjoy living and learning on a university campus.
Choose the Best School for You
Do you know which school you want to study at? These days students have lots of choices and picking your school is the first step of your study abroad experience. Let ApplyESL.com help you find the school best for you!
Enjoying Life in the Country
Experience the great beauty of the countryside and the intimacy of small towns in America. Feel the kindness of the American people while studying in the traditional heartland of the United States.
NO Student Visa Required! Short-term English courses in America! - Winter 2015 - Spring 2016updated!
Enjoy a "Study Vacation" in the United States! Are you visiting the USA for the first time? Do you want to do sightseeing and improve your English? You can do both by applying for a part-time English course! Find a suitable course from a variety of cities nationwide. Apply now for courses beginning this Winter and next Spring!
Meet the University Directors
Universities offer students an excellent opportunity to improve their English skills and help prepare them for degree study and future careers. We are pleased to introduce some directors at well-known American universities.
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