"Not only did INTERLINK prepare me for my academic studies, but it showed me that it is possible to make learning a joyful experience. Class and program activities helped me not only adapt to a new life but also become a member of the INTERLINK family."
“Indeed, my passage through INTERLINK Language Centers has been a rich and unforgettable experience. This time has allowed us to reflect, to develop the ability to work in a group, and to make presentations in front of many people. The professors chose topics which not only asked for a lot of reflection on an intellectual level but allowed us to exercise our knowledge of the language, and also to have a real intercultural exchange. The students were from many countries…we also had people of various ages in our classes, which allowed us to have a good atmosphere.
I would like to thank the teaching staff of INTERLINK for the exceptional training and the preparation that we receive for the university world. The professors give the best of themselves so that the lessons are understood well. Thank you for everything “
"Without having enrolled in [INTERLINK's] program, I would not be able to return to Spain to teach English. I am extremely happy that I completed the program at INTERLINK and that I am going on to help others with their English. This is a very important step in my career and professional development. I hope many more students can enjoy the experience I had."
"At INTERLINK, I developed many English skills with the help of great teachers. The materials and activities they used made learning fun…After INTERLINK, I got my MBA and then my Ph.D. in the Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies program [at Indiana State University]. I still visit INTERLINK’s office and have coffee with my former teachers. I am a marketing professor now, and INTERLINK did a great job of helping me prepare for work in the U.S. Students like my marketing classes, and it is because I learned a lot at INTERLINK. I would recommend the program as a first step for people who want to pursue their goals in the U.S."