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Aside from our career-focused programs, ASA College offers English Language classes to help foreign and non-english speaking students master their ability to communicate effectively.

Unlike our standard academic programs, our ESL and IEP classes are extremely flexible with multiple start dates each month. You only have to take what class you need!

2014 IEP Start Dates

January: 6, 21July: 7, 21
February: 3, 17August: 4, 18
March: 3, 17, 31Sept: 2, 15, 29
April: 14, 28October: 13, 27
May: 12, 27November: 10, 24
June: 9, 23December: 8

Authorized by the U.S. Department of Immigration to enroll non-immigrant foreign students, ASA is one of New York City's leaders in English language instruction.

* The ASA method focuses on speaking, listening, writing and reading English for real-life situations.

* Starting from your first class, you will be speaking, reading and communicating in English. Classes are dynamic and fun, so you will have many opportunities to immediately practice what you're learning.

* Whether you currently live in the area or will move here from abroad, you will see that our proven teaching methods and affordable programs make ASA an invigorating place to learn English.

* And, after you complete your English language program, you'll be eligible to enroll in one of ASA's specialized, career-focused, 2-year college degree programs.

Accreditations and Approvals

ASA is accredited by the following New York State and regional authorities:

  • New York State Education Department
  • Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools
  • New York State Board of Regents

Testing

New students take the ACT Compass/ESL college entrance exam to determine their current level of proficiency and ensure correct class placement.