TOEFL Private Tutoring in Brussels (Belgium)

Manhattan Review's preparation services for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) produce passing scores and improved English skills. Our TOEFL services in Brussels include traditional on-site TOEFL prep classes, online TOEFL instruction, private TOEFL tutoring, and TOEFL practice tests. Manhattan Review has been a leading provider of high-quality TOEFL prep in major cities around the world since 1999, and we have taught countless students how to receive the TOEFL scores required for university admission, scholarships, and teaching assistantships. Our Brussels TOEFL tutors and instructors bring sterling academic credentials and thorough TOEFL training to a TOEFL learning experience that features cutting-edge instructional methodologies, research-supported course materials and syllabi, and an emphasis on student engagement. Manhattan Review's TOEFL prep courses and private tutoring are ideal for all types of students, regardless of national origin, academic background, or prior English study.

Universities, schools, and academic departments generally set their own minimum standards for composite TOEFL scores, and they sometimes have specific requirements for sectional subscores (reading, speaking, writing, and listening). TOEFL standards can also vary by degree level or academic subject. Graduate students at Cornell University must demonstrate sectional scores of 22 speaking, 20 reading, 15 listening, and 20 writing, but some fields of study require higher scores. Cornell's Department of Communication requires a composite score of 100 from graduate students with no subscore minimums, and Systems Engineering programs mandate a total score of 105 in addition to the general Graduate School subscore prerequisites. Students taking the TOEFL should begin the preparation process by assessing their target scores, with the understanding that minimum requirements can vary by more than 50 points. Princeton University's graduate student averages are 108 total, 29 reading, 28 listening, 27 writing and 24 speaking, but some institutions will allow international students to begin their degree programs with scores below 60.

Manhattan Review has facilitated acceptance to undergraduate and graduate programs for European, Asian, and African students through our TOEFL prep courses and private tutoring. Our TOEFL clients have been accepted to Oxford (minimum TOEFL total score of 110 for undergraduates), Carnegie Mellon (102), MIT (100), Harvard (100), Columbia (100), Johns Hopkins (99), NYU (92), Boston University (84), UCLA (83), UC Berkeley (80), SUNY Buffalo (79), and many others. Our TOEFL clients become successful college students and successful professionals. Some of our former students have chosen private sector careers at Fortune 500 companies and Brussels firms (including Citigroup, Alphabet, Cisco Systems, New York Life, Viohalco, Roularta Media Group, Belgian Investment, and TCR International). Others have opted to become public servants, as teachers, government employees, political leaders, or advocates. Once you pass the TOEFL with Manhattan Review's Brussels prep courses and private tutoring, you can get started on your own accomplished future.

TOEFL Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

TOEFL Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online

Brussels

Phone: +32-2-808-5163

Primary Course Venue:

Sheraton Brussels Hotel
Place Rogier 3
Brussels 1210, Belgium

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Brussels TOEFL Tutor: Juergen Z.

Juergen Z. was born and raised near Mannheim, Germany. He is a graduate of Heidelberg University, where he majored in electrical engineering. He took the TOEFL as part of his successful graduate school application to Cornell University, and received a score of 115. He has been teaching TOEFL prep in the United States, Germany, and Belgium since 2010.

Juergen returned to Europe after finishing his master's degree in 2012. He has taught TOEFL prep to students from over 50 countries and with backgrounds in more than 40 academic subjects. He currently works as an engineer for a Brussels tech firm, and teaches TOEFL prep in part to keep his language skills in prime working order. His hobbies include woodworking, following various professional sports, and playing tennis.