Duquesne ESL students have many opportunities to practice English outside of class, like meeting for "Coffee and Conversation" at Starbucks.

The Duquesne ESL Program is a great place to meet friends from all around the world. Our diverse student body includes young adults Afghanistan, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, China, Costa Rica, Japan, Libya, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Vietnam, and Venezuela...just to name a few!

ESL students created models of important buildings in downtown Pittsburgh after taking a walking tour of Grant Sreet with the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation.

Enjoy the unique benefits of an urban campus. Pittsburgh is considered to be one of the best cities for young people based on job opportunities, affordability and livability.

English as a Second Language (ESL) Program

 

Let us help you reach the English Proficiency Requirements for academic admission.

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