Kaplan International: Washington DC

1100 G Street NW, Washington DC, District of Colu 20005, USA
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Reviews

91% recommend

based on 11 reviews
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"Nice"

Joao Camilo David, student from France

First of all, I enjoyed the atmosphere here in Kaplan but also in my class. My teacher, Matthew, was very nice and understanding and made my experience here in Kaplan better. I have not much to say about the location, facilities or activities except that there was were good and blameless. And finally, the housing was nice.
Thanks you for the knowledge you have passed to me and the unforgettable memories you brought me.

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My ratings for this school

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Duration of study
1 week
Date of study
9 Jul 2018 - 20 Jul 2018
Would you recommend this school?
Yes
This is a verified review. This student has booked a course at this school through Language International.

"Very interesting"

alex karin hadar, student from Israel

Kaplan is a very serious English school, I really liked it.
I got to meet a lot of people from all over the world, different cultures etc.

My teachers were AMAZING Rachel & Matthew, they have so much teaching experience with various methods.

The class was small and intimate.

The housing was in Arlington and not in DC (I needed to pay a lot of money for the metro system) personally, I would prefer to be closer to Kapan in DC and pay more to get meals during my stay.

I didn't like the idea that only after 10 weeks at Kaplan you can take the level exam, I did 6 and it felt enough.

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My ratings for this school

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Duration of study
5 weeks
Date of study
4 Jun 2018 - 13 Jul 2018
Would you recommend this school?
Yes
This is a verified review. This student has booked a course at this school through Language International.

"Great experience"

Yahya Ahmed M Ezzi, student from USA

I had the chance to do a three week English course. I had the chance to get to know people from different countries and different backgrounds. I learned to speak loudly and experience speaking on the spot.

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My ratings for this school

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Duration of study
2 weeks
Date of study
16 Jun 2014 - 4 Jul 2014
Would you recommend this school?
Yes
This is a verified review. This student has booked a course at this school through Language International.

"I enjoyed learning English at Kaplan International and liked the open minded staff!"

Jonas Afonso de Farias, student from Germany

I liked the school and staff very much and enjoyed learning English at Kaplan. I think that the opportunity to rent the book is a good idea and makes the school work easy. The teachers and other staff members were always very helpful and wanted to make my stay successful.

I was a little bit disappointed about the school facilities, which includes small rooms without a window and bad air.

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My ratings for this school

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Duration of study
3 weeks
Date of study
4 Nov 2013 - 29 Nov 2013
Would you recommend this school?
Yes
This is a verified review. This student has booked a course at this school through Language International.

"The staff was a disaster related to organization and respect"

Lisette Cristina Vilachá Riché, student from Venezuela

I had a bad experience from the day before I traveled until the end of the course. First at all, they had problems with the accommodation.

Luckily Language International was in the process to fix the problem.

I had to stay in a different place very far from the institute and I don't remember but I guess that was more expensive because it was a full pension. I paid 100$ for transportation to my housing and when I landed in Washington at midnight, nobody was waiting for me there, so I had to take a taxi to get a place that I didn't know yet (after, Kaplan refunded the money). In the accommodation the food was not good, but it was an extra so I didn't claim for that. The attention was very good, I feel comfortable. Before I traveled, I asked to Language International (LI) if I would need sheets, and I suppose that Kaplan Washington answered no, because LI told me that. When I got there the accommodation didn't include sheets, and I claimed to Kaplan and they didn't do anything so I got my experience with no sheets and temperatures from 2 Celsius to maybe 13 Celsius with regulated heating (for me 13 Celsius is very cold) so I had cold and bad nights.

The classes were regular, I had two teachers (2 weeks), one of them was very good, the other was not ideal with grammatical things and didn't know to teach. She was nice but she did not know explain easy things.
Part of the staff were rude, they didn't make differences between a teenager and an adult, the person who was carry on with administration things like student identification. Activities was a rude man, I really don't remember his name. I knew him one week after I got there and I think that he should be the first person that a student have to know in the welcome process. I didn't know about activities because they never explain us anything or truly; they gave us a poor explanation about the institute stuff.

Location was good, I walked very much in Washington, and for me was very good.

The city is amazing. In my case, it was a good city because nobody speaks in Spanish, so you have to talk in English everyday. Sometimes you feel bad, because it is not a touristic city, so they don't care if you don't know English. I found people who didn't effort to understand me. If you don't have a perfect pronunciation they don't try to understand you. You could think that this is bad, but after time it is challenge and you will learn more and better, the city teach you! It is an excellent city to learn English.

My experience was two years ago. It is possible that Kaplan Washington improved and can give you better things. I have to tell you either that my experience was only for two weeks: it is a short experience to condemn the whole institution. Maybe you can give they an opportunity. For me was a bad experience but they can change and improve their process to being a competitive English institute.

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My ratings for this school

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Duration of study
1 week
Date of study
24 Oct 2011 - 4 Nov 2011
Would you recommend this school?
No
This is a verified review. This student has booked a course at this school through Language International.

"It was great!"

Simon Jochum, student from Switzerland

I had a really nice time in Washington D.C. I liked my schoolmates very much. It was the first time I came together with such different, and the most important thing, such nice people. I was really happy with my teacher. He knows how to get the people interested in the stuff we should learn. That's the biggest difference to Switzerland. The books are a lot better than here. And, every Friday, we watched a bit of a really good movie. I think watching movies in the language you want to learn, is one of the best and easiest ways to learn the language. I didn't join the activities because I was living with my aunt and my uncle in D.C..

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My ratings for this school

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Duration of study
2 weeks
Date of study
22 Jul 2013 - 9 Aug 2013
Would you recommend this school?
Yes
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"I had the time of my life there."

Ferenc Kuliga, student from Hungary

My personal Kaplan experience was excellent because everything went well and every day I had new experiences that I've never had before. That summer period was my first time in the USA so I really enjoyed all of the circumstances around me. I'm from Hungary, Europe so I found many differences between the countries. I knew English before I arrived Washington D.C. My goal was improve it to the advanced level. I think the knowledge I got was totally enough, diversified and practical. My teachers, Andrew and Brad were very good and patient teachers. The social life was also enjoyable because of the students from all over the world. I made some friends and we are planning to meet each other in Europe this summer. I remember this summer experience with good feelings due to the high-class Kaplan facilities, location, teachers and the friends from school and my class. Thank you Kaplan for all the good things, I am planning to return USA to improve my English more, of course with Kaplan International College!

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My ratings for this school

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Duration of study
2 weeks
Date of study
18 Jun 2012 - 29 Jun 2012
Age group
25 - 34
Would you recommend this school?
Yes
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"Wonderful"

DUBOIS, student from Réunion

My experience in Kaplan Washington is unforgettable. I liked my classroom because lot of people came from different countries, which is rare . I had a lot of pleasure to learn with the Kaplan students. My teacher had good skills and was very smart . No bad remarks, I'm very satisfied.

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Duration of study
2 weeks
Date of study
26 Nov 2012 - 7 Dec 2012
Age group
50 - 64
Would you recommend this school?
Yes
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"It is a good school"

hilal bamkhayer, student from Saudi Arabia

The only thing is that there is no parking at the school, which is very bad, but the other stuff is good.

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Duration of study
11 weeks
Date of study
11 Jun 2012 - 24 Aug 2012
Age group
25 - 34
Would you recommend this school?
Yes
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"Marvelous"

Rocio Zuniga, student from Spain

I'm very happy with Kaplan. I like very much the classes because I learn very much and I think they are very funny too, so I think it's a good combination. The teachers are very nice and good teachers. I take the metro to Dupont circle so the location is very good. Because it is very near Dupont circle, we also have restaurants and cafeterias. Moreover, there is a lot of activities like a basketball match or visits to museums.

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My ratings for this school

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Duration of study
37 weeks
Date of study
28 Sep 2009 - 11 Jun 2010
Age group
25 - 34
Would you recommend this school?
Yes
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"Thanks to Faith!"

Mar Zugaldía, student from Spain

Everything was perfect. Maybe a little bit expensive but it's worth it.

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My ratings for this school

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Duration of study
2 weeks
Date of study
14 Sep 2009 - 25 Sep 2009
Age group
25 - 34
Would you recommend this school?
Yes
This is a verified review. This student has booked a course at this school through Language International.
housing

Housing

Kaplan International offers the following housing types:
homestay

Homestay (14 meals/week) Min. age 18 (Twin)

A$ 362
weekly
Age range: 16 years old and older
Housing type: Homestay
Room type: 2-person shared room
Board type: Breakfast and dinner (14 meals per week)
Availability: Jan - Dec
Check-in: Sunday, anytime
Check-out: Saturday, anytime
A$ 362
Join our homestay program and live with an American family during your time in Washington DC. You will share meals with your hosts, have the opportunity to practice your English outside of school and learn about D.C. first-hand.

Homestay Bed and Breakfast (7 meals/week) Min. age 18 (Single)

A$ 362
weekly
Age range: 16 years old and older
Housing type: Homestay
Room type: Single-person room
Board type: Breakfast (7 meals per week)
Availability: Jan - Dec
Check-in: Sunday, anytime
Check-out: Saturday, anytime
A$ 362
Join our homestay program and live with an American family during your time in Washington DC. You will share meals with your hosts, have the opportunity to practice your English outside of school and learn about D.C. first-hand.

Homestay (14 meals/week) Under 18 (Twin)

A$ 409
weekly
Age range: 16 - 17 years old
Housing type: Homestay
Room type: 2-person shared room
Board type: Breakfast and dinner (14 meals per week)
Availability: Jan - Dec
Check-in: Sunday, anytime
Check-out: Saturday, anytime
A$ 409
Join our homestay program and live with an American family during your time in Washington DC. You will share meals with your hosts, have the opportunity to practice your English outside of school and learn about D.C. first-hand.

Homestay Bed and Breakfast (7 meals/week) Under 18 (Single)

A$ 409
weekly
Age range: 16 - 17 years old
Housing type: Homestay
Room type: Single-person room
Board type: Breakfast (7 meals per week)
Availability: Jan - Dec
Check-in: Sunday, anytime
Check-out: Saturday, anytime
A$ 409
Join our homestay program and live with an American family during your time in Washington DC. You will share meals with your hosts, have the opportunity to practice your English outside of school and learn about D.C. first-hand.

Homestay (14 meals/week) Min. age 18 (Single)

A$ 449
weekly
Age range: 16 years old and older
Housing type: Homestay
Room type: Single-person room
Board type: Breakfast and dinner (14 meals per week)
Availability: Jan - Dec
Check-in: Sunday, anytime
Check-out: Saturday, anytime
A$ 449
Join our homestay program and live with an American family during your time in Washington DC. You will share meals with your hosts, have the opportunity to practice your English outside of school and learn about D.C. first-hand.

Homestay (14 meals/week) Under 18 (Single)

A$ 496
weekly
Age range: 16 - 17 years old
Housing type: Homestay
Room type: Single-person room
Board type: Breakfast and dinner (14 meals per week)
Availability: Jan - Dec
Check-in: Sunday, anytime
Check-out: Saturday, anytime
A$ 496
Join our homestay program and live with an American family during your time in Washington DC. You will share meals with your hosts, have the opportunity to practice your English outside of school and learn about D.C. first-hand.

Homestay Bed and Breakfast (7 meals/week) Min. age 18 (Single) - Academic Year - Academic Semester (6) - Academic Semester (5)

A$ 372
weekly
Age range: 18 years old and older
Housing type: Homestay
Room type: Single-person room
Board type: Breakfast (7 meals per week)
Distance to school: 45 - 60 minutes
Availability: Jan - Dec
Check-in: Sunday, anytime
Check-out: Saturday, anytime
A$ 372
Ideal for students who want to learn about and immerse themselves in U.S. culture. Sharing meals with your hosts every day, you'll benefit from speaking English in relaxed, natural situations.

Live in a local homestay specially chosen by us
Enjoy breakfasts and dinners with your hosts
Practice English daily in an informal situation
Immerse yourself in a new culture

Homestay Bed and Breakfast (7 meals/week) Under 18 (Single) - Academic Year - Academic Semester (6) - Academic Semester (5)

A$ 372
weekly
Age range: 16 - 17 years old
Housing type: Homestay
Room type: Single-person room
Board type: Breakfast (7 meals per week)
Distance to school: 45 - 60 minutes
Availability: Jan - Dec
Check-in: Sunday, anytime
Check-out: Saturday, anytime
A$ 372
Ideal for students who want to learn about and immerse themselves in U.S. culture. Sharing meals with your hosts every day, you'll benefit from speaking English in relaxed, natural situations.

Live in a local homestay specially chosen by us
Enjoy breakfasts and dinners with your hosts
Practice English daily in an informal situation
Immerse yourself in a new culture

Homestay (14 meals/week) Min. age 18 (Twin) - Academic Year - Academic Semester (6) - Academic Semester (5)

A$ 381
weekly
Age range: 18 years old and older
Housing type: Homestay
Room type: 2-person shared room
Board type: Breakfast and dinner (14 meals per week)
Distance to school: 45 - 60 minutes
Availability: Jan - Dec
Check-in: Sunday, anytime
Check-out: Saturday, anytime
Restriction: 2 students must book together
A$ 381
Ideal for students who want to learn about and immerse themselves in U.S. culture. Sharing meals with your hosts every day, you'll benefit from speaking English in relaxed, natural situations.

Live in a local homestay specially chosen by us
Enjoy breakfasts and dinners with your hosts
Practice English daily in an informal situation
Immerse yourself in a new culture

Homestay (14 meals/week) Under 18 (Twin) - Academic Year - Academic Semester (6) - Academic Semester (5)

A$ 381
weekly
Age range: 16 - 17 years old
Housing type: Homestay
Room type: 2-person shared room
Board type: Breakfast and dinner (14 meals per week)
Distance to school: 45 - 60 minutes
Availability: Jan - Dec
Check-in: Sunday, anytime
Check-out: Saturday, anytime
Restriction: 2 students must book together
A$ 381
Ideal for students who want to learn about and immerse themselves in U.S. culture. Sharing meals with your hosts every day, you'll benefit from speaking English in relaxed, natural situations.

Live in a local homestay specially chosen by us
Enjoy breakfasts and dinners with your hosts
Practice English daily in an informal situation
Immerse yourself in a new culture

Homestay (14 meals/week) Min. Age 18 (Single) - Academic Year - Academic Semester (6) - Academic Semester (5)

A$ 450
weekly
Age range: 18 years old and older
Housing type: Homestay
Room type: Single-person room
Board type: Breakfast and dinner (14 meals per week)
Distance to school: 45 - 60 minutes
Availability: Jan - Dec
Check-in: Sunday, anytime
Check-out: Saturday, anytime
A$ 450
Ideal for students who want to learn about and immerse themselves in U.S. culture. Sharing meals with your hosts every day, you'll benefit from speaking English in relaxed, natural situations.

Live in a local homestay specially chosen by us
Enjoy breakfasts and dinners with your hosts
Practice English daily in an informal situation
Immerse yourself in a new culture

Homestay (14 meals/week) Under 18 (Single) - Academic Year - Academic Semester (6) - Academic Semester (5)

A$ 450
weekly
Age range: 16 - 17 years old
Housing type: Homestay
Room type: Single-person room
Board type: Breakfast and dinner (14 meals per week)
Distance to school: 45 - 60 minutes
Availability: Jan - Dec
Check-in: Sunday, anytime
Check-out: Saturday, anytime
A$ 450
Ideal for students who want to learn about and immerse themselves in U.S. culture. Sharing meals with your hosts every day, you'll benefit from speaking English in relaxed, natural situations.

Live in a local homestay specially chosen by us
Enjoy breakfasts and dinners with your hosts
Practice English daily in an informal situation
Immerse yourself in a new culture
apartment

DC Metro Apartments (No meals) Min. age 18 (Twin)

A$ 614
weekly
Age range: 18 years old and older
Housing type: Apartment
Room type: 2-person shared room
Board type: No meals
Facilities: Kitchen, wireless internet, and tV room
Availability: Jan - Dec
Check-in: Sunday, anytime
Check-out: Saturday, anytime
Restriction: 2 students must book together
A$ 614
Crystal Plaza Apartments offers single or shared bedrooms in a 2 bedroom apartment. The property is located in a luxury apartment building in Crystal City, just across the river and a short Metro ride from the center of Washington, DC. Students will have access to the following shared amenities: a 24-hour fitness center with a yoga room; a game room with lounge seating, billiards, shuffle board, foosball & HD TVs; a business center where students can study and surf the web; a seasonal outdoor area with pool, Jacuzzi, BBQ area, and patio area. Each apartment is fully furnished and housekeeping is provided.
Crystal Plaza Apartments have direct access to the Crystal City Metro and Crystal City Shops, which offers a variety of shops, delis and award winning restaurants. Kaplan International is approximately 20-25 minutes by Metro.

DC Metro Apartments (No meals) Min. age 18 (Single)

A$ 850
weekly
Age range: 18 years old and older
Housing type: Apartment
Room type: Single-person room
Board type: No meals
Facilities: Kitchen, wireless internet, and tV room
Availability: Jan - Dec
Check-in: Sunday, anytime
Check-out: Saturday, anytime
A$ 850
Crystal Plaza Apartments offers single or shared bedrooms in a 2 bedroom apartment. The property is located in a luxury apartment building in Crystal City, just across the river and a short Metro ride from the center of Washington, DC. Students will have access to the following shared amenities: a 24-hour fitness center with a yoga room; a game room with lounge seating, billiards, shuffle board, foosball & HD TVs; a business center where students can study and surf the web; a seasonal outdoor area with pool, Jacuzzi, BBQ area, and patio area. Each apartment is fully furnished and housekeeping is provided.
Crystal Plaza Apartments have direct access to the Crystal City Metro and Crystal City Shops, which offers a variety of shops, delis and award winning restaurants. Kaplan International is approximately 20-25 minutes by Metro.
visa

Visa support

We cannot apply for visas on behalf of students. However, the school can supply you with all the documentation you need to support your visa application.

If you are studying full time in the United States for more than 18 hours per week, you will receive an I-20 that you need to submit to the US embassy along with your F-1 student visa application. The I-20 has a SEVIS tracking number on it. Students who wish to apply for a student visa must pay the SEVIS fee online before going to the US embassy or consulate for their visa interview.

Your I-20 will be sent to your home address by regular mail at no charge to you. If you wish to receive your paperwork by express mail, you will be charged $80 when you register.

Please note that United States law states that an I-20 can only be issued to students who intend to pursue full-time English language studies. United States law does not permit students to study part-time with an F-1 Student Visa. If you are studying for less than 18 hours per week, you have to apply for a Visitor Visa (B1/B2) on your own.

Learn more about how to get a US student visa »

Flights and airport transfer

The closest airport to the school is Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD).

The school offers airport pickup services. If you wish to be picked up, just give us your flight details and arrival date. The price of a one-way airport transfer from Washington Dulles International Airport is $130. You must book your airport transfer in advance when you register.

Please note that we do not book flights for our students. If you are researching airfare costs, we recommend using Kayak.com, a search engine that lets you compare flight options from your home country to Washington DC based on your budget, schedule and preferences.

Travel insurance

Study abroad worry-free with Language International's health and personal effects insurance coverage. When you book a course with us, you can opt to purchase an international insurance plan that covers not only your health care cost but also loss of your personal belongings. You must book your insurance in advance when you register.

Learn more about our insurance plan »

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1100 G Street NW
Washington DC
District of Colu 20005
USA

School location

Our Washington English school is just ten minutes’ walk from the imposing spire of the Washington Monument and its tranquil Reflecting Pool, and just six blocks from the White House.
Offers easy access to public transport, including the city’s bike share scheme Work or relax in the comfortable on-site break rooms and computer lab.
From the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement, Washington is the backdrop to the most dramatic chapters of America’s story, and the beating heart of its modern politics. Watch senators at the Capitol Building, sit at the feet of Abraham Lincoln, and walk the corridors of the White House. But it isn’t all scandals, squabbles and filibusters: dance the night away in Georgetown, relax in the grounds of the National Arboretum, or head to the U Street area for live music.

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Questions and answers

Have questions? Get answers from Kaplan International: Washington DC staff, Language International student advisors, and past students.

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"How can I transfer my I-20 from another academic institution to KIC?"

Rocio Magdalena Briones Toledo, student from Chile

In order for a student to transfer her I-20 from another academic institution to KIC, the student must do the following before Thursday prior to the start date:

STEP 1. Student applies to KIC:
Student must submit the following items as soon as possible:
1. Kaplan Application for International Students
2. Address in the Home Country
3. Local U.S. Address
4. Proof of Financial Eligibility
5. Letter of Support (if applicable)
6. Copy of the Student Current F-1 Visa
7. Copy of the Student Current I-20
8. Copy of the Student Current Passport
9. Copy of the Student Current I-94 Back and Front
10. Copy of the Student EAD card (if on OPT/CPT)
11. Kaplan Transfer Verification Form
12. Payment in Full

STEP 2. Student communicates with both schools:
Please be advised that it is your client's responsibility to notify her current school that she is transferring out to another school. If the SEVIS is not released to us, we cannot issue the new I-20. Also, please advise your client to complete the attached form and return it to us as soon as possible.
STEP 3. Student obtains a transfer I-20:
After release of the student's SEVIS record to KIC, our DSO can issue a transfer I-20 through SEVIS. Please note, KIC does not guarantee issuance of an I-20 for all students. Students should speak to the DSO to confirm eligibility requirements.

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"Does your program qulify for any German Bundesland?"

Kathrin Büchner, student from Germany

No they do not.

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"What are your course accreditations?"

Kathrin Büchner, student from Germany

Our courses are accredited in the US by ACCET, AAIEP, English USA, Federation of International Youth Travel Organizations and courses are certified by Southern New Hampshire University.

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