The Academy at Harvard Square

TAHS English Institute

The Academy at Harvard Square (TAHS), with its Head Office located near Harvard University (Cambridge, Massachusetts), is an international educational institution focusing on English teaching and R&D for English as Second Language learners.

Faculty

  • 10 years experience.
  • Hold MA in TESOL

ETS Official TOEFL Center

  • Priority to EI students
  • Maximum 10 test-takers
  • Test where you practice

SEI TOEFL Books

  • Developed by TAHS EI
  • Advanced texts
  • Proven results

Accredited

By CEA

The Academy at Harvard Square English Institute is accredited by the Commission on English Language Program Accreditation for the period August 2016 through August 2017 and agrees to uphold the CEA Standards for English Language Programs and Institutions. CEA is recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency for English language programs and institutions in the U.S. For further information about this accreditation, please contact CEA.

TAHS English Institute

Mission Statement

TAHS English Institute provides high-quality English education to ESL learners at the post-secondary level. We use English education as the main vehicle for instilling in our students a sense of confidence and competence necessary for success in  American universities and the global economy.

TAHS prepares and empowers English language learners to build a better life and inspires them to become global-minded leaders in their communities.

Harvard Square

Prime location

TAHS EI is located in the center of life itself. 100 meters away from Harvard Sq. metro station, our students will always find  restaurants, cafes, cultural events, and other entertainment to their taste. Alternatively, they can enjoy a stroll through the historic Harvard campus or along the Charles River.

Surroundings

High Tech and Academia

There are at least 10 colleges in Cambridge alone. The largest schools include Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. These schools represent more than 20,000 full-time students.

At the same time, world-known companies such as Genzyme  and Google operate out of Cambridge. This creates a highly professional environment, making life in Cambridge diverse and exciting.

Boston

Diverse Education Hub

Boston speaks 140 languages, with 39% of residents speaking a language other than English at home.

Besides, Boston is home to numerous world-known universities such as BU, Boston College, North Eastern, and Tufts, which house around 250,000 students every year. As a result, the nightlife and entertainment are as diverse in Boston as the students that make Boston their home-away-from-home.

With so many cultured young people, such ethnic diversity, and multiple sports, music,  entertainment events, it’s hard to be bored in Boston.