Ever since CAMPUS EDUCATION opened its doors in 1999, it has addressed the needs of both the local and international community, educating over ten thousand students in English as a Second Language, computer networking, business, and healthcare.
REASONS TO ENROLL IN CAMPUS
REASONS INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
Our highly communicative English language courses range from beginner to advanced levels. We offer exceptional TOEFL Preparation courses and participate in a TOEFL waiver program with our partner colleges and universities. Our multilingual admissions staff are available to assist students at every stage of the application process, including assistance with housing accommodations.
REASONS LOCAL STUDENTS CHOOSE CAMPUS EDUCATION
We regularly update and expand our course offerings and have partnerships with a wide variety of companies.
We offer small class sizes and individual attention, including certification, externship, placement assistance, and job support.
Qualified and Friendly
Most Affordable English language classes in the area.
Competitive Rates offered for our vocational programs.
Friendly well-qualified instructors using technology and creativity to make classes interactive and fun.
Convenient morning, evening, and weekend classes for our ESL programs.
Conveniently located 15 minutes to Manhattan, only a five minute walk to the Journal Square PATH Station
Student Centered Approach
Small Group Classes
AFFILIATIONS AND ACCREDITATIONS
OUR MANAGEMENT AND STAFF
Our licensed, experienced and dedicated staff is always here to help you with your concerns.
Meet the Faculty
Cathy Degand Baptiste
A native of Haiti, Cathy has lived in the United States since she was nine years old. She has an associate degree in paralegal studies, a B.A. in Political Science and Journalism and is currently completing her master’s degree in education. She also taught ESL at the Haitian-American Institute in Port-au-Prince. Cathy has a passion for teaching. She makes it her business to ensure that the classroom environment is peaceful so that students can exchange ideas freely and focus on what they want to learn.
Artur is an energetic and enthusiastic teacher whose 30 years of experience in the classroom is highly valued by students and colleagues alike. A native of Poland, he holds an undergraduate degree in literature and a master’s degree in cultural anthropology and film criticism. Artur credits his students’ high rate of success on the TOEFL exam on his ability to focus on each student’s specific needs. In addition, his attention to detail and his ability to apply different teaching methods to suit students’ learning styles have made him a popular and respected teacher.
I have been teaching English for more than thirteen years. It has been a rewarding experience for me as I meet new faces almost on an everyday basis. Most importantly, I feel a sense of pride when the students show their gratitude in return for my instructing them on all points of the English Language. I sincerely hope to continue doing this. In my opinion, if you are able to make a difference in a students life pedagogically, you have made a significant contribution.
Bushra Khanam is a graduate from Rutgers University since 2009, who double majored in Sociology and Criminal Justice and completed the Urban Education Program.
After gaining her TESOL license from Oxford Seminar, she has taught ESL since 2016 in various locations, including Rutgers University Newark, Hudson County Community College, and, most recently, Campus Education.
With 10 years teaching experience,. she has accumulated many skills and methods that she utilizes in her classroom. Her teaching pedagogy stems from teaching her students with cultural relevance. She has an excellent rapport with her students and maintains a healthy learning classroom climate that students learn seamlessly.