Think about the following: the reason for learning English, program type, program quality, length of time for study, location, services, housing, and cost.
Accreditation means our programs meet the standards set up by an accrediting organization, and that you are receiving a high-quality education. It “assures students that the institution has an approved program of study, qualified instructors, adequate facilities and equipment, approved admissions policies, and advertises its courses truthfully.”
- For Overseas Students
- RC Application Form
- Copy of your passport
- Bank Letter **
- Signed Refund Policy
- Homestay Form (Optional)
- Payment of Tuition & Other Optional Fees
- For Transfer Students
- Photocopy of your passport, student visa, I-94, and I-20 Form
- Signed transfer form to prove the eligibility of your transfer (pick up the Form from RC)
- A financial certification (over $7,000)
- Your current school’s Phone & Fax numbers
- Your overseas address
** Acceptable forms of a bank letter are a personal bank statement or a letter from the bank. However, if your parents/sponsor will pay for your expenses during your stay in the U.S., parents/sponsor needs to fill out the Affidavit of Support Form, which you can download here. In that case, the parents/sponsor has to provide a bank letter. An amount of at least $15,000 is required for tuition and living expenses for a 16-week period of study.
We are open five days a week, Monday – Friday From 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Our school also opens on weekends under special circumstances, during TOEFL or TOEIC exams, etc.
We strongly suggest that you buy some health insurance (not only travel insurance) before coming to the USA. Otherwise, health care costs can be very high without insurance coverage.