The IELI Academic English Program offers English courses that prepare international students for academic studies at a university. This program is ideal for students who want to study at the University of North Texas or at another university within the United States.
Students attend 23 hours of class per week, Monday through Friday. These classes include core and supplemental classes (explained below).
In addition to the class schedule, students will need to spend between 15 to 20 hours per week on homework assignments. Instructors offer office hours to help students outside of class.
The Academic English Program consists of:
- 7 levels of English proficiency (0-6)
- Beginner through advanced levels
- 5 terms offered each year
- 8-week terms: Fall I, Fall II, Spring I, Spring II, Summer
Core Classes (20 hours/week)
Supplemental Classes (3 hours/week)
All new students take a placement test to determine their proficiency in the English language. Test results place students in levels 0 through 6 of the Academic English Program. Students do not need to prepare for the test.
- What: The test lasts 2 hours and covers listening, reading, grammar, and composition.
- When: Students take the placement test during the first day of orientation. Results are available the next day.
Fast Track to UNT
To help students get started sooner at UNT, IELI now offers the course, “Fast Track to the University of North Texas.” This course is designed to get students through Levels 5 and 6 in ten weeks in summer so they meet the English proficiency requirement. Students participate in 25 hours of class and 10 hours of guided work each week so they can begin their undergraduate or graduate studies in the fall at UNT.
For more information about program dates, qualifications, and price, please click here.
For more information about our Academic English Program, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +1 (940) 565-2003.