Are you looking for an English school in the U.S.? The United States is a large and diverse country. It has many cities with different characteristics. Which location is best for you?
You should consider Nashville, Tennessee. Nashville is the capital of Tennessee, a state in the southeastern U.S. About 650,000 people live here, and it is an ideal place to live and study English.
Here are a few reasons to study here:
You can travel easily in and out of Nashville.
- Fly in or out on one of Nashville International Airport’s 450 daily flights.
- Plan a road trip! Nashville is a day’s drive from over half of the U.S. population. Atlanta, St. Louis, and Memphis are a morning’s drive away. You can reach Chicago, New Orleans, Pittsburgh, or Washington D.C. in a day by car.
The people in Nashville are friendly.
- Enjoy our famous “southern hospitality”. Travel + Leisure magazine named Nashville one of the friendliest cities in the U.S. You will have many opportunities to practice speaking English with local people.
The weather is beautiful.
- Enjoy our warm summers (average July high of 32°C) and mild winters (average January high of 8°C).
Nashville is an international city.
- Live and study in a diverse and welcoming city. Almost 12 percent of Nashville’s population is foreign-born.
- You’ll find restaurants, shops, places of worship, and community organizations representing cultures from around the world.
You’ll never be bored in Nashville.
- Catch your favorite rock band, attend a symphony concert, or hear the newest country music act. Nashville is known as “Music City USA” and has the best music scene in the U.S.
- Visit our world-class art museum, see a touring Broadway show, or dance all night at many nightclubs.
- Attend free festivals and concerts all year long.
Nashville is a center of higher education.
- Study at one of the 23 major universities in and near Nashville, including Vanderbilt University, Belmont University, Tennessee State University, and Middle Tennessee State University.
You can enjoy outdoor adventures.
- Explore the great outdoors at Nashville’s 184 parks and 190 miles of trails.
- Hike, camp, swim, or boat at one of Tennessee’s beautiful rivers, lakes, and state parks. Explore breathtaking scenery at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the most-visited national park in the U.S.
Nashville has exciting sports.
- Attend games and cheer for Nashville’s pro football, baseball, hockey, and soccer teams.
- Play tennis or golf, go boating or fishing, or take a horseback ride.
Are you ready to study English in Nashville?
IEI is Nashville’s oldest and most-respected English school.