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In a spectacular landmark building in the heart of trendy South Beach, EC Miami is surrounded by the endless cafes, bars, shops and restaurants of the world famous Lincoln Road, and a few minutes’ walk to the white sands and crystal blue sea of one of the most iconic beaches in the USA.
Amanda Ross-GomezCentre Director
Michelle BrillouetDirector of Studies
- Established: 2012
- Centre capacity: 207
- Classrooms: 14 bright new classrooms
- Minimum age: 16
- Students per class: Average 12 (Max. 15)
- Wheelchair accessible (accommodation can be arranged upon request)
- 13 internet connected computers
- Free wireless internet access throughout the centre
- Student lounge area for mixing and relaxing
- Large TV screen for EC students
- Social and cultural programme
1111 Lincoln Road, Suite 301
Miami Beach, FL33139
+1 305 421 9944
+1 305 546 9551
08:00 - 17:00 GMT -5
08:00 - 18:00 GMT -5 (High season)
- In the heart of South Beach
- A short walk away from the beach
- Surrounded by shopping, dining and entertainment options
- Close to Washington Ave, Collins Ave and Ocean Drive
- Swiss 33%
- Other 15%
- Brazilian 12%
- Russian 8%
- Venezuelan 6%
- Italian 6%
- Korean 6%
- German 5%
- French 4%
- Turkish 3%
- Colombian 2%
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This testimonial is my way to personally thank the EC staff for the support and kindness they have shown me throughout these unforgettable months.
Almost a year ago I moved to Miami and looked around for a place to learn English. I found many acceptable options, however something brought me to choose EC and I'm really glad I did. Thanks to EC's motivated teachers, today I feel much more comfortable with the language. And I could say the same for most of the students I've met along my path. No matter how many there were in the school, none of us was ever left behind or excluded. A team of extraordinary people was always there to track our personal improvements and give us advice on how to reach our goals. We always received individual attention but were encouraged to be a group, where different cultures were discovered and respected. And this is probably what I loved and appreciated the most, because it showed me another world I thought to know, but actually did not.
I should also mention the great job the administration did managing our visas or accommodations, and the enthusiasm the front desk showed every time a new activity was going to be organized. However, it's the friendly yet professional atmosphere I have breathed at EC Miami that I'll miss the most. A unique experience I deeply wish many other students live as soon as possible.
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I’ve been interested in international travel and culture for as long as I can remember. As a child, I was fascinated by reading books and watching movies about life in other parts of the world. Growing up in a small town in Massachusetts, my first real taste of this came through travel to the Caribbean, Spain and my high school graduation gift which was a volunteer trip to Ghana. It was on this trip that I first taught English.
Attending college at UNC Charlotte, I was exposed to a large body of international students and found some of my best friends among them. While studying, I became a tutor not only for English but for other writing and communication based business courses as well. After graduating with double majors in English and International Studies and a minor in Journalism, I moved to Argentina to become certified and begin working as an ESL teacher.
After spending a year and a half there, I decided to move back home and pursue ESL teaching stateside. I was attracted to Miami by the weather, mix of cultures and fusion of city and island life, and have not been disappointed. I spend my free time biking, swimming in the ocean, going out to eat and exploring everything this city has to offer.
Since I began, I have loved teaching. To me, there is nothing more interesting or enjoyable than talking with people who have lived very different lives and come from different perspectives than my own. I always try to bring humor, games and music into my classes to make it fun for both the students and myself. I think EC Miami is a great school because it offers students a variety of courses and teachers and fosters lasting friendships among students.
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