March 1, 2017

Features & Services

Serious, academically qualified students
Full-time faculty, all with an MA or a PhD in TESOL, applied linguistics, or related fields
Focus on linguistic progress and proficiency, not scores on standardized tests
Challenging, interest-provoking, and project-based curriculum
Small classes (average: eight students; maximum: 12-15)
Six, nine-week proficiency levels, enabling appropriate placement for any skill level
20-23 hours of classes per week, plus additional out-of-class individual projects
Computer-enhanced learning and applications
Concurrent University courses for upper-proficiency students
TOEFL waiver for qualified students in selected programs
Full access to University facilities including computers labs and the Internet, health center, recreation center, library, and other services.
Assistance with learning about and adjusting to the new environment
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