Because an Institute or University is not enough to learn a language, Tennessee, in the United States, offers you a great chance to learn and live such an unbelievable experience, learning something about its culture, history, costumes and social environment. Between Nashville and Cookeville, it is located The Tennessee Tech University (TTU), one the best public universities, were is the FSL International, where you can enjoy and learn English at the same time, not only studying English, but also taking advantage of the city and the university campus.
It’s easy to learn English as a Second Language (ESL) with FLS International intensive English courses. The ESL schools of FLS International use a modern curriculum that exemplifies how to learn English language skills most effectively—by combining English speaking, listening and reading in a supportive learning environment. Besides its up-to-date facilities and easy access to local cultural and sightseeing attractions.
FLS International offers core programs that put learning the English language within the reach of all students. They cover nine levels of English, from English for beginners to an advanced English course that prepares students for entrance into American colleges and universities. All students who study English at FLS participate in the core program and can take additional elective classes that target specific areas for improvement. In addition, all FLS students benefit from such specialized learning aids as English Everywhere and Language Extension Days.
On weekends, you can get away to the beautiful countryside with trips to Great Smokey Mountains National Park, America’s most popular national park, to see majestic peaks and the iconic black bears, and numerous local scenic areas such as Burgess Falls State Park, where you can do your favorite activity such as: fishing, swimming, walking, camping or just take a breath and get contact with the nature and their wonderful landscapes.
Moreover, you can enjoy the city entertainment, visiting the Country Music Hall of Fame for an interactive trip into the history of American music and exhibits on such figures as Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash, experiencing the excitement of professional football as the Tennessee Titans take on their NFL rivals at LP Field on the banks of the Cumberland River, strolling along Nashville’s Lower Broadway and check out the current sounds of American rock and country at the many live entertainment venues, having a fun day at Dollywood amusement park, with its unique combination of thrill rides, concerts, arts & crafts shops, and historic attractions and enjoying a traditional night at the Grand Ole Opry, one of the world’s most famous stages, and see a range of performers from country legends to rising stars.
Why don’t you try it?
*Some information was taken by the official website of the TTU and FSL International.