Courses are academic classes taught by qualified instructors that are intended to enhance participant’s knowledge of a given area or training in a particular discipline. Courses vary broadly in terms of length, size, content and duration.
This course is designed for students with an advanced level of English comprehension who have passed NAC’s level 5 or 6 or achieved a level 6 on the EPT (University of Mi
This course is designed for students with an advanced level of English comprehension who have passed NAC’s level 5 or 6 or achieved a level 6 on the EPT (University of Michigan English Placement Test). The course will focus on skills needed in universities such as advanced real-life listening and reading activities, writing research papers, giving presentations, studying advanced vocabulary, and working in groups. Grammar and pronunciation will be targeted in context.
F-1 students / Non-F-1 students
The tuition for F1 visa students is $675.00 per month.
A one-time, non-refundable, Registration Fee of $75.00 as well as an annual, non-refundable, $75.00 Resource Fee is due upon enrollment for all programs....
The Stamford English Program prepares you for the modern world where proficiency in English is a necessity. A multi-level structure means your English language studies ca
Learning based on real-life communications.
Supported by Cambridge English and the Global Laureate Network.
Two study tracks offer a choice of intensive 24-hours a week option or bilingual option of 12-hours a week.
Modern analysis, including projects and portfolios.
Certificates of completion with recognized scales of competency.
A collaborative and truly international learning environment with state of the art interactive classrooms.
The Stamford English Program prepares you for the modern world where proficiency in English is a necessity. A multi-level structure means your English language studies can begin at the optimal stage to gain confidence and learn effectively. The Stamford English Program is the path to success for your social, academic, and business life....
You can study the English Language at our School of English at Royal Leamington Spa College.
You can study the English Language at our School of English at Royal Leamington Spa College.
The Royal Leamington Spa and Rugby colleges are accredited by the British Council and English UK. Our Rugby college is an IELTS examination centre.
English language classes
Students at WCG can study three different types of English language programmes:
1. Academic English language - 22 hours per week
The Academic English language programme is aimed at students who want to progress to an academic course, either at WCG, or a Bachelor, Masters or PhD programme at the university.
This is an intensive language programme that will develop your academic study skills as well as your general English language skills, and will also ensure that you are prepared for your IELTS examination. Minimum enrolment age is 16. Fees are £210.00 per week* (22 Hours)....
Full-time students in the Intensive English Program attend classes for a minimum of 21 hours per week. During the fall and spring semesters, students follow the regular u
The goals of the curriculum include:
Providing instruction and training in the English language
Familiarizing international students with the educational methods of higher education institutions in the United States.
Full-time students in the Intensive English Program attend classes for a minimum of 21 hours per week. During the fall and spring semesters, students follow the regular university calendar and schedule of Monday / Wednesday / Friday classes of 50 minutes and Tuesday / Thursday classes of 75 minutes each.
Detailed Course Descriptions
The Reading course is designed to improve skills and strategies for improving reading through extensive and intensive reading....
The English Language Institute (ELI) is a year-round full-time intensive English program designed to prepare international students for admission to a U.S. university by
The English Language Institute (ELI) is a year-round full-time intensive English program designed to prepare international students for admission to a U.S. university by developing academic, professional and social English language skills.
The institute is located on the campus of North Central College, a four-year comprehensive liberal arts university in Naperville, Illinois.
English Language Institute students experience:
20 hours per week of classroom instruction;
High-quality programming with professional instructors;
Full access to North Central computer, recreational, cultural, and health facilities;
Participation in North Central clubs, including the International Club, one of the most active clubs on campus;
Friendship family program;
Special culture courses and area excursions;
Convenient housing in campus residence halls with U.S. undergraduate students;
Daily opportunities to interact with U.S. undergraduate students;
Walking distance to downtown Naperville and to the commuter train to Chicago;
Free campus internet and laundry access.
L.E.A.P. (Learning English for Academic and Professional Purposes) is the intensive English program at Wright State University. L.E.A.P. prepares non-native speakers of E
L.E.A.P. (Learning English for Academic and Professional Purposes) is located on Wright State University’s main campus in Dayton, Ohio. L.E.A.P. provides full-time intensive English instruction and offers non-native speakers the linguistic, academic and social skills they need to be successful in an American university. Students come to L.E.A.P. for a variety of reasons. Some studies in L.E.A.P. for a short time to improve their English language skills; others seek degrees from Wright State University.
An integrated curriculum reinforces input and results in greater retention.
TOEFL waiver for admission to Wright State University for qualified undergraduate and graduate students who successfully complete the L.E.A.P. program. Visit the University Center for International Education Admissions page to find out the admission criteria for available programs.
Test Preparation course offered to Level 4 students to practice for IELTS and TOEFL tests.
Experienced faculty, all with advanced degrees in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) or a related field and experience teaching English at the university level.
Writing classes in computer labs using the latest computer technology.
Collaboration with Wright State University’s TESOL Program and many university courses.
Field trips to local sites of interest and other extracurricular activities.
Access to all Wright State University’s academic and recreational facilities.
L.E.A.P. offers four levels of instruction:
Level 1 (High Beginning)
Level 2 (Low Intermediate / Intermediate)
Level 3 (High Intermediate)
Level 4 (Advanced)
L.E.A.P. provides opportunities for enhanced learning:
Grammar and Pronunciation workshops offered by the TESOL Program
We offer English language programs to help you develop your English language skills to assist you to meet the entry requirements for your chosen course.
We offer English language programs to help you:
Develop your English language skills to assist you to meet the entry requirements for your chosen course
Improve your English for academic, personal or professional development.
Our General English program helps you:
Prepare for entry into our English for Academic Purposes programs (EAP 1 or EAP 2)
Develop English skills for social, cultural and personal purposes.
We offer a range of General English programs starting at an elementary level, with a focus on:
English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
Our 12-week English for Academic Purposes (EAP) programs provides direct pathways into the QUT foundation, diploma, or QUT degree programs for students who have already met the academic entry requirements for these academic programs. EAP also suits students who want to improve their language skills for professional or personal purposes....
Fanshawe's 10-level EAP program is certified by Languages Canada and meets the language requirements for admission to Western University, Fanshawe and many other Ontario
Fanshawe's 10-level EAP program is certified by Languages Canada and meets the language requirements for admission to Western University, Fanshawe and many other Ontario colleges. The EAP program and full-time professors will help you to gain confidence and fluency in using English as well as help you prepare for your next steps using the latest methods and technology.
Meeting your learning goals:
Engage in communicative, interactive activities and exercises to help you learn English.
Acquire confidence and skills to study further in a college or university program.
Learn how to be successful within the academic culture of Canadian classrooms.
Study advanced language skills in all areas, including grammar, reading, writing, listening, speaking, and pronunciation.
Plan the next steps in your academic path and make your dreams come true.
EAP start dates:
2018: July 3, September 4, October 29.
2019: January 7, March 4, May 6, July 2, September 3, October 28.
Tuition fees per EAP level
Number of weeks for each level: 8
Tuition Fees: CAD 2,840.00
Ancillary fees: CAD 383.85
Total Fees: CAD 3,223.85
The Manhattan College Intensive English Language Program (IELP) provides high-quality English-language instruction to speakers of other languages in order to meet their g
Intensive English Language Program
The Manhattan College Intensive English Language Program (IELP) provides high-quality English-language instruction to speakers of other languages in order to meet their goals: Academic, professional, and personal. Instruction in reading, writing, listening, speaking, language structure, and other pertinent areas of English language acquisition are taught using the communicative method.
The Manhattan College IELP provides opportunities for students to experience cultural exchange both on-campus and in the greater community. The IELP is committed to academic excellence, intercultural communication and understanding, and attention to student interests and needs....
English for Specific Purposes (ESP) is a learner-centred approach to teaching English that focuses on developing communicative competence in a specific area such as: acco
English for Specific Purposes, (ESP)
... who needs it?
English for Specific Purposes (ESP) is a learner-centered approach to teaching English that focuses on developing communicative competence in a specific area such as: accounting, aviation, business, IT, teaching, engineering, medicine and so on. Learners are also exposed to English workplace cultural terminologies and real world English skills practice.
ESP programmes are different from general English language courses as they tend to focus on specific areas and needs:
Designed to meet the specific needs of the learners
Related in content (themes and topics) to particular disciplines or occupations
Use authentic work-specific documents and materials
Promote cultural awareness and seeks to improve intercultural competency
Deliver intermediate and advanced level language training
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For many of our students at Columbia West College, the pathway to developing their talent and achieving success includes attending an American university. We also underst
For many of our students at Columbia West College, the pathway to developing their talent and achieving success includes attending an American university. We also understand that while preparing for university is exciting, it’s usually a stressful time for students, too. Plus, even if you’ve taken a lot of English language courses and feel pretty comfortable in English, you may not feel confident about what to expect and what’s expected of you at a US university.
At Columbia West College, we want to reduce the stress associated with attending a US college or university by giving you the tools and skills you need to feel confident and succeed at the university level.
We accomplish this in a few different ways. First, students are given a strong foundation of academic English language skills through our ESL classes at our Los Angeles campus. Next, after developing the necessary English language skills, university-bound students are encouraged to take the Introductory or Advanced Levels (or both) of our University Preparation program. A typical university preparation program teaches students university level academic skills, but our University Preparation program is unique and goes far beyond that. We also take the time to familiarize students with American university culture and teach the out-of-classroom skills needed for success. These include time and stress management, effective classroom interaction and study skills. We do this because we know that students need more than just strong academic skills to make a successful jump to university....
The Academic English program at INTO New York at Drew University prepares international students for university study in the US. The academically rigorous program provide
The Academic English program at INTO New York at Drew University prepares international students for university study in the US. The academically rigorous program provides international students with high-quality English language instruction and the academic skills to succeed at Drew University.
What you'll learn:
Present spoken and written ideas accurately and effectively in English
Write research papers with proper use of citations and references
Read, understand and critically evaluate academic texts
Understand and use vocabulary common to academic disciplines
Take useful and accurate notes in academic lectures and presentations
Understand US values in an academic setting
Key course facts
Course length: 1 - 3 Semesters
Start dates: 2019: January, May, August; 2020: January, May
Fees: From $6,120
Class hours: 12-16 hours per week
Class size: 20
Award: You may progress to a Pathway program or direct admission to a Drew University degree program after achieving the language level required and meeting all other requirements.
Course option: 4-5 Semesters. The Academic English program prepares you for university study in the US.
Academic requirements: High school diploma required
English language requirements: From IELTS 0.0 or TOEFL 0.0 or equivalent
Age requirements: 16 years and above. Interview required
Apple’s EAP program is special because it specifically targets the current nature of academic work you can expect at Australian tertiary institutions...
Apple courses are fresh, exciting and effective. Our courses are designed to meet student learning goals and draw on our own teaching experience. Our classes are planned and delivered using communicative teaching methods and a learner-centered approach.
We understand that you want to enjoy your learning. We design each lesson to include activities that not only help you to learn quickly and effectively, but that you will also enjoy.
We see your time at Apple as one part of your ongoing learning experience and so our courses aim to go beyond the limits of the classroom. We teach you the learning skills you need for your further studies, so our materials are designed to be useful to you now and into the future....
The English for Academic Purposes Program is a preparatory program designed to develop core English Language skills within a post-secondary context, enabling students to
Courses in Academic English. English for Academic Purposes
University-Level Course Eligibility
English Foundations 1: Upper-Beginner
English Foundations 2: Lower Intermediate
Academic Preparation: Intermediate
Academic Preparation: Upper-Intermediate
Academic Preparation: Lower-Advanced
Up to 2 university-level courses
Academic Preparation: Advanced
Up to 3 university-level courses
ENGL 094 and 095 are designed for students who are in need of building the foundations of the English language before moving on to academic-related skills requiring more clarity and fluency in Englis...