The Center is located in the heart of downtown, overlooking Boston Commons, the city’s famous public park and gardens. The historic Freedom Trail and Beacon Hill are both an easy walk from the center. Nearby, the bustling financial district, Government Center and theater district offer endless options for dining and entertainment.
With the extensive subway system accessible just downstairs from the school, Harvard Square, Fenway Park and Newbury Street are all minutes away and provide students with numerous cultural and shopping opportunities. The beaches of Gloucester and the rural scenery of New Hampshire and Vermont are within one hour of downtown Boston.
The home of prestigious and renowned universities such as Harvard, MIT, Boston College and Boston University, Boston hosts the world's largest and most diverse population of college students. As the cultural, business and educational capital of New England, the city boasts such captivating attractions as the Museum of Fine Arts, Faneuil Hall, and Quincy Marketplace, as well as the President John F. Kennedy Library and Museum.
The facilities of the Center include computer lab, student lounge and library.
Popular activities: international dinners, conversation club, Harvard tour, outlet shopping, movie nights, Fenway Park tour, bowling, Six Flags Amusement Park, and New York city visits.