The Boston Language Institute is located close to the center of Boston at 648 Beacon Street, in Kenmore Square, diagonally across from Fenway Park and next door to the Barnes & Noble Boston University Bookstore.
By Public Transportation:
Take Green Line trains B, C, or D (but not E), or buses No. 57, 60, 65, 8, or 8A to Kenmore Station, which is in the middle of Kenmore Square.
Parking can be a bit difficult in Kenmore Square. The best place to park is on the streets behind the Institute, including Bay State Road. There are also several parking lots located near the Institute. The map below indicates the directions of the many one-way streets, parking lots and streets with metered parking.
You are invited to our next Open House on Tuesday, January 19 from 5 - 7 p.m. at our
Kenmore Square Location, 648 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02215.
*Please note that there will be a presentation at 5:45 by the Institute's president Siri Karm Singh Khalsa.
Refreshments will be served.
Program Coordinator Teacher Training Programs
Instruction offers students an opportunity to work one-on-one with an instructor at their own pace. The instructor carefully selects materials and plans lessons to effectively meet the student's goals and individual learning style.
Private programs offer a flexible schedule and a customized curriculum. A minimum of 24 hours of instruction with one or two classes (each 90 or 120 minutes) per week is the suggested module, but dates, times and content can be arranged according to your requirement.
Core programs(popularly known as Group Classes) are offered in classes of 4 to 12 students year-round in popular languages. In an effort to better suit our clients’ schedules and language learning goals, classes are offered in a client friendly format of 6-week sessions (4-week accelerated sessionsin summer). This format allows students to:
Immersion programs are designed to teach the equivalent of levels 1 to 5 of the Institute's regular core programs in one 6-week or 4-week, 90-hour sessions. Classes meet Monday through Friday, 3 hours a day in 6-week programs/4.5 hours a day in 4-week programs.
The main goal of these programs, which meet in small classes of 4 to 12, is to help students, from day one, to increase confidence in their ability to use their new language in a wide range of real-life situations and improve their oral skills as they progress from level to level.