EF Boston – Forum Venue


Our newly built Boston office will welcome us for the main conference program. EF’s unconventional office emphasizes open work spaces and doesn’t have any individual offices. It features a glass waterfall that juts down the middle of the building, streaming natural light inside.

Royal Sonesta Boston hotel – Accommodation

Royal Sonesta Hotel Boston

Located on the Cambridge side of the Charles River, the newly renovated Royal Sonesta Boston is a AAA approved Four Diamond upscale hotel offering guests spectacular city viewsluxury accommodations, regional cuisine, andcontemporary art.

Royal Sonesta Boston Hotel is located at:

40 Edwin Land Boulevard
Cambridge, MA
02142, USA


Museum of Fine Arts – Dining venue

Museum of fine arts

The original MFA opened its doors to the public on July 4, 1876, the nation’s centennial. Built in Copley Square, the MFA was then home to 5,600 works of art. Today the MFA is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world; the collection encompasses nearly 450,000 works of art.

The Museum of Fine arts will be happy to welcome us for our dinner and reception after the main Forum’s program.


Field visit to Harvard University

Harvard University 2

Harvard University will open its doors to us on Friday morning for a nice tour of the campus.The tour is student-led and comprises an outdoor walk (please dress appropriately) through Harvard Yard, providing a history of the university, general information, and a unique view on the student’s individual experience!

Field visit to EF Campus Boston


EF’s Boston campus is located on 17 manicured acres and housed in a historical building, matching the iconic red-brick architecture found throughout the city. The classic academic look of our language school campus rivals that of top American universities.

EF Boston school will welcome us for the field visit on Friday and will be the closing part of our Forum.