The virtual fair is on November 30, 2017
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About the Virtual Fair

The EnglishUSA Virtual Fair will feature TOP Intensive English programs, all members of the EnglishUSA association. You will talk to the schools' directors and in some cases with alumni to learn all about their programs, housing options, and locations throughout the United States. This Virtual Fair works just like an in-person fair where exhibiting schools have booths that you can visit, get detailed information and even chat live with the schools representatives.

You will find many great options to study in the United States and most likely spend less than you think.

EnglishUsa - The American Association of Intensive English Programs

EnglishUSA is a membership organization that serves the needs and interests of intensive English programs, students, teachers, and administrators. All EnglishUSA member programs are accredited and/or sit under the governance of a college/university. That means you have access to high quality curriculum, teachers, student services, and housing options.

What to expect from the fair?

This smart fair is dedicated to helping students like you to discover the numerous educational opportunities available in the United States. By connecting you with representatives from accredited members you can explore all the possibilities and end up finding the right one for you. When you choose an EnglishUSA member program, you can be confident that your program is one of the best in the nation.

All information you need in one place

  • Meet the directors of the best English Schools in the U.S.A.

  • Learn about the costs related to studying in the U.S.A. and how, in some cases, these can be reduced

  • Find the best programs that best fit your plans

  • Learn how to apply for student visas to study in the U.S.A.

  • Learn about different types of accommodation available to you

  • Get to know more about the advantages of studying and living in the U.S.A.

Get advice on everything you need to get ready for
your experience in the U.S.A.

How to choose your next english program in the U.S.A.?

Every year, nearly a million students come to the U.S.A. to study and live among native English speakers. At EnglishUSA, we can help you find a language program that is perfect for you.

There are three important things to consider when choosing your program:


Where do you want to be? Can you imagine yourself near a beach? By a lake? In a big city with lots of restaurants and shopping? How about skiing or hiking in the mountains? Do you prefer a small private school or a large university campus?

Program type

There are several different types of English Programs in the U.S.A., so there is something for everyone.
- Pathway programs where you study English with the goal to transfer to a U.S.A. University.
- Preparation programs such as TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge and more
- English for specific purposes such as Business, Tourism, etc
- English plus sports and more

Housing options

Where you live while you're studying English in the U.S.A. is an important part of your experience. Most EnglishUSA member programs offer housing choices that may include the options below:
HomestaysStudent residencesHotels or apartments

Dozens of schools and universities from all over the the U.S.A.:

Programs & Courses

Join the EnglishUSA Virtual fair to find the best English programs available is the U.S.A.

General English
Exam Preparation
Academic English
Business English
Teacher Training

General, intensive English programs

Improve your English reading, writing, listening, speaking, and conversational skills.

Exam preparation programs

Get ready for college entrance exams (TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS), or earn certificates that will improve your career choices (Cambridge exams).

Academic English programs

Get ready for university studies by improving your academic English and learning the techniques needed in American universities such as note-taking, discussions, academic reading, writing, and research.

Business English programs

Learn the English you need for a career in business, such as participating in meetings, negotiations, social skills, telephone skills, report writing, and more.

Certificate Programs

Learn English and earn the certificates that you need to succeed in law, marketing, management, finance, or other careers.

Teacher Training Programs

Learn or improve the English skills you need to teach English in your home country. Learn advanced English, teaching methods, lesson planning, and more to become the best teacher you can be.

Pathway programs/University Conditional Acceptance

Pathway programs are ideal for international students who need additional English language and academic preparation before continuing to a degree program (undergraduate or graduate) at a U.S. university. Pathway students receive all the support they need during their transition, making it an ideal choice for international students who are driven to achieve high academic goals.

6 reasons to study English in the U.S.A.


Internationally recognized for excellent Education

The United States is home to many of the best universities in the world. EnglishUSA schools are all accredited and/or qualified under the governance of a U.S. university.


Cultural diversity

Historically, there has been a strong effort within the structure of institutions to make cultural diversity central to the enrollment and admission efforts. Students often remark that their classes and dormitories are full of students from every nationality, religion, or ethnicity, and having access to and contact with so many cultural backgrounds makes the experience that much more thrilling.


Excellent support facilities to international students

To make the transition smooth, institutions offer plenty of support to prepare international students for their new life. Through orientations and training, international students are given plenty of help to get them ready for their classes.


A flexible environment for every students’ needs

Studying at U.S. schools provide an ideal environment for students because there are flexible methods of education and there's a continuous developmental process for students.


Sports and so many different attractions

Sports in the United States are an important part of the country's culture and reason enough for sports fans to love studying in America. In addition to baseball, sports enthusiasts enjoy watching and playing everything from American football to Hockey. Not to mention tennis, basketball, swimming,... the list goes on and on


It's one of the most fantastic countries to study in:

More than 700,000 international students can’t be wrong. It’s​ ​about​​ ​much more than Hollywood and hot​​-​dogs.

What students are saying about their experience in the U.S.A.

Stevens Point, Wisconsin

Stevens Point, Wisconsin

"I'm very proud to be studying english here at the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point. The university is great because it offers students a lot of opportunities during the year and the teachers are very friendly! It's also a very safe place to live!"

University of Wiscosin


Kely Rodriguez

San Diego, California

San Diego, California

"I think one of the best parts of being an ALCI student, besides improving English, is sharing knowledge between cultures"

California State University


Renan Alves de Oliveira

Santa Clara, California

Santa Clara, California

"I had a great experience at Mission. I practice law in Brazil, and my goal was to develop strong English language skills that I could use to advance my career."

Mission College


Larissa Cabral Nery Avila

Austin, Texas

Austin, Texas

"I attended AEP for one month, as part of a summer internship. I loved so much Austin at that time and I met so many people with different backgrounds that I decided to come back. Now I’m in Austin to do my master’s degree in Civil Engineering."

University of Texas


Gabriel Carlosena

Spokane, Washington

Spokane, Washington

"I'm very grateful with the ESL program, because not only helped me to improve my english skills but also allowed me to meet and connect with people from different cultures."

Gonzaga University


Carol García

Sacramento, California

Sacramento, California

"I’m making new friends and learning about different cultures. California is diverse and comfortable, I feel safe here. I ride my bike, go to good restaurants, movies, parks. This is a wonderful place, and the campus is beautiful"

California State University, Sacramento


Caroline Serrano

It's your chance to find your next

Study in the U.S.A. adventure

Contact us

Before sending us a message, check out the FAQs below:

Before the event
How does the event work?

The EnglishUSA Virtual Fair will feature TOP Intensive English programs, all members of the EnglishUSA association. You will talk to the schools' directors and in some cases with alumni to learn all about their programs, housing options, and locations throughout the United States. This Virtual Fair works just like an in-person fair where exhibiting schools have booths that you can visit, get detailed information and even chat live with the schools representatives. Inside the platform, each school will have their own virtual booth, filled with information about their campuses, courses, programs, prices and much more. As a student you will have the opportunity to look for them according to your preferences, visit their booths, check out their information and the best of all, chat live with them and have all of your questions answered.

I lost the email where I had my login information. How can I get another one?

Your login e-mail will be the one you used to register to the virtual fair but in order to receive another password, you just need to click “forgot my password” and the system will send you a new one by e-mail.

How do I change my password?

If you wish to change your password please access your profile at (the event's official organizer) and then choose the following tabs, My Preferences > Account Configuration > Password > Edit. Remember, when you registered to attend the EnglishUSA virtual fair, you have automatically created an account on, The largest Social Network for studying abroad in the world.

I can't attend when the virtual fair begins. Can I still attend later?

The fair schedule is free, the login area will be available during the whole fair. You might choose to log in whenever is most convenient for you. We recommend not accessing the platform too late to give you enough time to check all the institutions.

During the event
How can I look for specific programs in my area of interest?

As soon as you have logged into the platform, you will see a Smart Search Engine, that will enable you to look for institutions, according to your own preferences. You will be able to search by name, type of programs, type of courses and/or locations.

After the event
How can I keep in touch with an institution after the event?

By registering for the EnglishUSA Virtual fair, you have automatically created an account at (The Largest Social Network for Studying Abroad in the world). At, you can look, find and connect with all the institutions you met at the EnglishUSA Virtual fair and hundreds of others schools and universities. Remember, your login information will be the same as your EnglishUSA Virtual fair one.


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