Not only studying the world language, but also living it
There are many ways and options to improve your English skills. However, studying English at an American university means not only to study the world language, but also to live and experience it. You will live on campus and attend classes taught by highly experiences professors. You will make friends with people from different cultures and constantly speak and improve your English.
Minimal requirements to get started
American universities know that recruiting smart and ambitious international students for their bachelor and master programs is one of the best investments they can make for their communities. They are also aware that some of them never had the chance to practice speaking English in their home countries. Since they know the great potential of international students even though their English level might not be good enough to start a degree yet, they offer these programs. This is also why the requirements to be admitted and the costs are reasonable for most of our students.
Great way to find out if you want to do your whole degree in the U.S.
Very few other universities in the world offer what U.S. universities currently offer in their ESL program. You can live on campus, eat in the university’s cafeterias, practice a professional sport, and attend classes of your interest as a guest. Above all, you can experience the life as an undergraduate, master’s, or PhD student at the university of your dreams, paying very little money for it, while meeting just a few requirements. After the ESL Program you will know for sure if you want to do your whole degree in the U.S.!
Work on campus program
Some universities in the U.S. offer the possibility to work on campus for international students, who are enrolled in an ESL program. This is often used by international students as a way to make extra money and finance their studies. International students can work up to 20 hours per week. On top of that, these on-campus jobs can be like mini-internships, enabling students to get to know different work environments, for instance working in a on-campus TV-Studio, being a tutor for other students, or playing the role of a campus tour guide. This will boost your resume and open many doors for you.
If you would like to get more information about our ESL program in the U.S., or would like to have a free consultation with one of our team members, please fill in the following application form.