Campus in Charlestown/Boston
529 Main Street
Charlestown, MA 02129
CSI’s Charlestown/Boston campus is located on the second floor of the legendary Schrafft Center in Boston’s Sullivan Square. The building is conveniently located, making driving to class easy. The campus is also only a 5-minute walk from the Sullivan Square train station or students can take a shuttle bus to and from the train station. For information on train and bus schedules or fairs and fees, visit the MBTA (Metro Boston Transit Authority) website.
Campus classrooms comfortably accommodate 20 – 30 students each and are equipped with new computers, high-speed Internet access, LCD projectors, and network printers. The Charlestown/Boston area also contains a branch of the Boston Public Library so students can easily access additional study materials.
Sights around Charlestown/Boston
Charlestown is a deeply historical area of Boston. Students can learn more about the history of the area and its importance to the nation by taking a tour on the Freedom Trail that runs from Boston Common to the USS Constitution, docked in the Charlestown Navy Yard. Other interesting sites include the Bunker Hill Monument, Paul Revere’s house, and Warren Tavern (where revolutionaries used to gather). CSI’s Charlestown/Boston campus is also only minutes away from a variety of major food and recreational establishments, easily accessible by public transportation.
English as a Second Language (ESL), Academic ESL, and Skill Building Classes in Charlestown/Boston
Computer Systems Institute offers a number of English and professional programs at the Charlestown/Boston campus.
ESL programs are designed for learners who wish to improve their English language skills or prepare to enter a U.S. college or university. ESL programs are for English learners of any skill level. Courses cover vocabulary and conversation, writing and grammar, and reading strategies.
Academic ESL programs are for students with advanced English proficiency who want to hone their skills in writing, literature, or communication through advanced-level English courses.
Skill Building programs offer career-oriented students an opportunity to gain practical training in the customer service, hospitality, or business administration field. Skill Building programs all include externships as a core component of each course.
To learn more about programs offered on the Charlestown/Boston campus, please contact an International Admissions Representative.
Programs offered at the Charlestown/Boston campus are:
Charlestown/Boston Map: Campus Location View