Middle East South Asia Language Institute

Washington, DC international school offering foreign language classes in Arabic, Urdu, Hindi, Persian, French and more. Understand your world better through language and career enhancement. Our professors have decades of experience directly preparing Foreign Service Officers for their language exams. Come benefit from the best!

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Housing

With the Woodley Park, Capital Hill and H Street venues, MESALI can facilitate short or longer term housing for its enrolled students.  Shared housing includes fully furnished apartments with all utilities, cable TV, wireless internet access, full kitchens, cookware/dishware and appliances, free laundry, 24-hour emergency contact, events and supporting residential life services. Each apartment has a living room, kitchen, and bathroom that students share with roommates. Students only bring towels and bedsheets. Students may have their own room or share one.

Dates: 

Winter Housing Jan 30—April 9
Spring Housing April 10—May 14
Summer Housing May 15—July 31
Fall Housing September 17—December 10

MESALI housing is voluntary.


All below options have different amenities and costs, and are metro accessible in Washington DC:

Capital Hill Location:

Just a few blocks from Congress, Eastern market, Capital Hill chic restaurants, and AMTRAK at Union Station, this venue puts students in the center of the nation’s Capital.

Quad: $3,135

Triple: $3,400

Double: $3,950

Single: $4,890

Luxury Condos: Concierge, Gym, Pool

Condos in the newly built up H Street corridor provide MESALI students access to compelling restaurants and the 2016 newly finished street car connecting H Street to Union Station.

Quad: $3,840

Triple: $4,200

Double: $5,520

Single: $6,900

Woodley Park Location:

Two blocks from the National Zoo and Woodley Park/Adams Morgan metro, students live in a beautiful residential neighborhood surrounded by embassies and beautiful Rock Creek Park. A short walk to Adams Morgan, students can experience the wide array of restaurants offering international cuisines, hipster coffee shops, and the live jazz clubs, dance clubs and bars that made Adams Morgan famous.  

Double: $4,350

Single: $5,490

Studio: $7,800