We have successfully brought students from all over the world to our campuses in New Jersey. Providing excellent education, the Harvest Institute became internationally recognized and a standard for ESL education in the United States and abroad.
Our teachers are specialized in teaching different skills and the diversity in the classroom allows the students to practice English and make friends with students from different countries
The Harvest Institute offers a range of courses and programs designed to meet the needs of a diverse international student population. Our teachers are specialized in teaching different skills and the diversity in the classroom allows the students to practice English and make friends with students from different countries. Our methodology is an award-winning communicative course for adults and young adults that set new standards for reflecting how English is used as an international language. We offer programs that are 18 hours per week which are composed of core course (Intensive English) and electives. Since some of our students choose to take more than 18 hours per week, additional private classes can be added to the program. They are tailored to student’s the needs.
Today across the planet people talk, travel, study, and do business in English.
“Our short, but intensive English for everyday program is for those who desire to improve themselves. A student visa is not required when you take 17 hours of classes or less weekly.
Speaking English fluently can help you make the most of your life.
Improve your English – Learn how to speak like an American!
Courses: From 4 to 16 hours weekly. Mornings, afternoons, evenings, and weekends. Prices start at $100.00 per month + materials
The Harvest Institute is authorized by the Department of Homeland Security to issue the I-20 form to qualifying students who wish to come to the United States and study English
You should apply for a student visa (F-1) if you would like to study full time in the United States. A student visa is issued by the American Embassy in your home country.
In order to apply for a student visa, you must have an I-20 issued by the school you would like to attend. Students on a student visa (F-1) are required by U.S. Immigration law to study in a full-time program with a minimum of 18 hours per week.
The Harvest Institute is authorized by the Department of Homeland Security to issue the I-20 form to qualifying students who wish to come to the United States and study English.
Living with an American family while studying at Harvest Institute gives the international student a great opportunity to learn more about the American culture, practice English daily, and live in a comfortable family oriented environment.International Housing Placement Service, a trusted third-party resource, screens families that host Harvest students providing full room and board. The agency inspects the housing and carefully screens all the potential host families prior to the student’s arrival. For more information, please visit: www.ihpshomestays.com.
This option is designed exclusively for independent international students. Apartments are shared with other students. All rooms are fully furnished and utilities are included. Most residences are located near a convenient commute to Harvest campuses – walking distance or public transportation easy access. These apartments are more private and accessories are up to the students to buy, such as bed sheets, towels, etc. Apartments have furnished kitchens, living rooms and sometimes dining rooms.
If you are currently attending a language school in the United States as an F-1 student, you must follow specific transfer procedures in order to continue your studies at Harvest Institute. Before you are transferred, you must be accepted to the Harvest Institute. Make sure you meet all the criteria before making any changes in your study pattern. You must be at least 14 years old and no admission decision will be made until the application is complete.
A completed application includes:
Please, send all of the above mentioned documents by mail, e-mail or fax.
Before the start date shown on the I-20 form, you are required to report to Harvest Institute and take a Placement Test (written and oral) in order to proceed with registration and receive Orientation Day date.
In cases where the Applicant is currently in the United States and decides to apply for a change of status in order to study he /she must submit:
Please, send all of the above mentioned documents by mail, e-mail or fax.
After we receive all of the required documents, allows us 5 business days for document processing. If any documents are missing, you will be notified by contact information provided on the Change of Status Application Form. Otherwise, an I-20 form will be issued by the Designated School Official of the Harvest Institute to be submitted to USCIS with all documents provided above. Applicant is responsible for mailing the package to the Service Center.
After you have filed your application USCIS will send any communication via mail to the mailing address you provided. If you prefer to have USCIS email you, you can update this setting in your online account. Soon after filing, you will receive an I-797 Notice of Action showing that you filed and requesting any further documentation if necessary. You should submit any additional documentation electronically by logging into your online account and uploading the needed documents. (We recommend consulting the Designated School Official of the Harvest Institute if you need to submit more documentation so that we can help you determine what is needed.)
If you are approved for F-1 status, you will get an approval notice and a new I-94 card in the mail. Your Certificate of Eligibility (Form I-20) will not be stamped to show the change of status. This should not be a problem, but if you apply for a driver’s license or Social Security Number with these new documents and the Department of Motor Vehicles or the Social Security Administration asks for a stamped Certificate of Eligibility, you will need to contact the Designated School Official of the Harvest Institute for assistance.
Once your change to F-1 status has been approved, you must bring your Form I-797 approval notice and new Form I-94 to the Harvest Institute so that we can make a copy of your documents for our files and activate your F-1 record in SEVIS. You are required to report to Harvest Institute and take a Placement Test (written and oral) in order to proceed with registration and receive Orientation Day date.
If you study 17 hours or less per week you are considered as a recreational student. To apply, please come to the Institute for more information or to register for the course.
In order to register for classes, either Out-of-Country, Change-of-Status or Recreational applicants must:
Field trips promoted by the Institute give students the opportunity to learn more about American culture. Visit our Facebook page for more information or go to www.tourquest.com to book your trip.
The Garden State is a very active fun place to study and visit. The home of the Statue of Liberty and many other monuments, the Giants Stadium, museums, parks, forests, beaches, theaters, and casinos. To the North, you will find the mountains to ski; to the South, the beautiful beaches and Atlantic City. Our Campuses are strategically located near big cities, where there are plenty of transportation and activities. There are many Universities nearby such as Princeton, Rutgers, and NYU. If that is not enough, you are only minutes from Manhattan!
The point of entry for Manhattan. New Jersey’s largest city exudes diversity; the home of NY Red Bulls soccer stadium, the Yankees minor league Bears, the Stanley cup winning hockey team the Devils, plus The New Jersey Performing Arts Center, and the Prudential Center where various concerts are held in a wide variety. Come enjoy from sports to nightlife, all notably accessible from Harvest Campus.
Our Jersey Shore campus is walking distance to the city atmosphere famous boardwalk. Restaurants, cafes, and stores are a splash away from the beach. Harvest Institute campus is located across from the City Public Library and near the train station, where you can easily ride to Manhattan, or just stay, swim & surf! Visit http://www.visitnj.org/long-branch for more information and events.
We welcome agents from all over the world!!!
“I have been studying at the Harvest Institute since last year and that has given me an opportunity to make my English very efficient. When I first started, I had a very strong accent but right now it is really reduced to a minimum level, which makes me more confident and will be helpful in my future. Moreover, the Harvest English Institute provides an opportunity to meet students from different countries. It is helpful to understand customs from different cultures. Teachers are cooperative and always helpful resolving any study related problems.”
“Studying at Harvest Institute has helped me to improve my English. When I first started I thought it would be impossible to learn but the teachers encouraged me from the beginning with the grammar classes combined with Conversation, Pronunciation, and Writing Classes, proving to me that I was capable of learning. ”
“Being a student at Harvest Institute is a great experience because of the people that I have met here and the knowledge that will give me many more opportunities in my future career. After studying for over a year, my English has improved a lot. Also, the warm atmosphere provided by the teachers and classmates makes me feel comfortable and that increases my motivation and reassures me that coming here was the best choice.”
“Learning English for me means more than learning words to speak and listen. I chose Harvest Institute because you learn more, for example, there are good teachers and they only speak English, the students are great, and the school setting is very nice. So, I think here is the best for everyone. Thanks, Harvest!”