Learn English in Philadelphia
Known as The City of Brotherly Love, the birthplace of American independence, or simply as "Philly," Philadelphia is one of the most beloved, historic, and culturally vibrant cities in the US.
In Philadelphia we offer English courses in the following schools:
Remember that when booking your English course through StudentSphere you will receive a discount of 5% off the official school price.
Schools available in Philadelphia
Main Courses: Business Intensive English
Intensive 20 English lessons per week
Intensive 25 English lessons per week
Students per class (Max.): 16
Class duration: 50 min
School info: The University of Pennsylvania English Language Programs (ELP) provides international students with a quality education in English as a second or foreign language with an emphasis on cultural exposure, in the rich academic setting of a historic Ivy League university.
Philadelphia is the sixth-largest US city. Its central district, Center City, boasts a population of 100,000, making it the second most populous downtown area in the country (after New York). Many of the city's most famous landmarks are found here, such as the beautiful City Hall, the Broad Arts Corridor, Chinatown, the famous gay district known as Gayborhood, and the art museum district (where the iconic Rocky Balboa statue rests).
The Old City district is where Philly's historic roots lie. Here, landmarks such as the Liberty Bell, Constitution Hall, and Independence Hall provide the setting for a vibrant art movement that gives this part of Philadelphia a unique cultural vibrancy that is often compared to the appealing blend of tradition and modernity found in European cities. At night, Old City transforms into a popular nightlife spot, with many excellent restaurants, bars, and clubs.
Students of English will find Philadelphia an ideal place to study thanks to the city's historic appeal and interesting culture. Philadelphia is regarded as the birthplace of many uniquely American ideas and cultural movements, a legacy that is as palpable in its historic streets as it is in its indulgent American cuisine and towering skyscrapers.