The time is right to join us in Camden, Maine, for an English immersion course that will help you reach your English learning goals while enjoying the company of other motivated professionals and executives from around the world.
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The website Distractify has posted photos of the 30 most beautiful small towns in the world, and Camden, Maine, appears as number 24!
The homestays with local families that are a part of the English immersion course package are often cited by Acadia Center students as one of the highlights of their time in Maine. Homestay hosts are eager to help you practice your conversational English and share in the everyday life of a small New England town…. Read more »
Register now for an English immersion course in 2014 and receive a 5% early registration discount. Our intensive English courses in the small, friendly, seaside town of Camden, Maine, will help you raise your English level quickly and efficiently.
Camden, Maine, and its environs offer one of the most popular destinations in the USA for summer sailing, as well as for hiking, kayaking, biking, and other outdoor sports. During Acadia Center’s summer and fall English immersion courses – offered from May through October – twice-weekly excursions led by experienced teachers give students a chance… Read more »
According to the New York Times, Camden, Rockport, Rockland, Belfast, and surrounding towns are fantastic places to find restaurants offering local produce and unique dining experiences. Kayaking, sailing, and hiking excursions that are popular with Acadia Center English immersion students are also highlighted in the travel article published this week.
In the annual tribute to Maine’s premier seafood, the Maine Lobster Festival comes to Rockland, Maine, August 3-7. Good food, good music, and the ever-popular lobster crate races.
Today’s Boston Globe features several fantastic local restaurants popular with Acadia Center English immersion course students. Check out the close-ups of mouth-watering dishes from, among others, Shepherd’s Pie in Rockport, just down the road from Acadia Center.
Writing about your experiences in a full immersion English course is a great way to help yourself remember the vocabulary you’ve learned. It also encourages you to start thinking in English, rather than translating words that are new for you into your native language. Last week, Daniela, human resources director for a software company in… Read more »
Do you have only two or three weeks to spare for an English immersion course in the USA? No problem – come to Maine and study at Acadia Center for the time you have available, even if it’s only two or three weeks. Then do what many of our students have done: book another course… Read more »