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University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC)

University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC)

English Language Training Institute
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School Info

Basic information

  • Enrollment
  • 140-160students
  • Airport Pickup
  • Yes
  • Telephone
  • 704-687-7742
  • Fax
  • 704-687-3168
  • Address
  • 9201 University City Blvd. CHHS Building Room 267, Charlotte , NC , 28223 , U.S.A.

Options

  • Suburban
  • Homestay
  • On-Campus Dorm/residence
  • Off-campus Residence
  • University-based Program
  • Conditional Admission (0)

Why This School?

  • - Modern, well-equipped University classrooms
    - Enrollment in UNC Charlotte courses for credit or audit
    - Interaction with UNC Charlotte students through the Conversation Partners Program, class exchanges, and on-campus housing

About the  English Language Training Institute

  • Since 1979, the English Language Training Institute (ELTI) has been serving international students by providing quality English language instruction in a safe, friendly academic environment. International students planning to attend U.S. universities or colleges in the United States will find the ELTI committed to helping them fit into the UNC Charlotte community  through several means: Highly trained, experienced instructors, Highly trained, experienced instructors, Modern, well-equipped University classrooms, Access to UNC Charlotte resources, such as the library, computer labs, student health center, and sports facilities, Interaction with UNC Charlotte students through the Conversation Partners Program, class exchanges, and on-campus housing, Enrollment in UNC Charlotte courses for credit or audit (advanced students only after first semester), TOEFL preparation. As a result, ELTI students feel a close connection with UNC Charlotte and U.S. American life before leaving the program.

About the  University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC)

  • Students who are academically admissible to undergraduate programs but who do not yet have required English proficiency test scores may apply for conditional admission status. The student can enroll first in ELTI, then once a satisfactory TOEFL (or IELTS) score is obtained,

Course Information

  • Focus of Study :
    Provideing instruction to prepare students to succeed in university study

    Curriculum
    The ELTI curriculum contains integrated skill instruction and practice, with seven full-time proficiency levels and one part-time level (for very advanced students also taking UNC Charlotte courses). While the purpose of all levels is to prepare students to succeed in university study, lower levels focus on English for adaptation to U.S. culture; upper levels strengthen academic English for those students who will enter a U.S. university. Advanced students receive instruction in TOEFL preparation, professional, and academic research skills, and public speaking skills.
     
    All new students are tested to determine their listening, speaking, grammar, reading and writing skills in English. All ELTI students are evaluated twice each term--at midterm and at the end of each session. Placement for the following term depends on the final test scores, grades and teacher recommendations.
    All students can receive certificates of completion when they finish their ELTLI program. Top students (with all A grades or perfect attendance) also receive certificates and rewards after the completion of each term.

    All new students are given an orientation to the ELTI program and the University. In addition, many ELTI classes participate in exchanges with University classes, in which ELTI students meet University students and discuss various topics. Students may also participate in programs through the Office of International Programs, such as Host Families (a friendship program, not a live-in one), Conversation Partners, and the International Club.
     
    ELTI students are encouraged to use the ELTI computer lab, the University Writing Center, the Learning Center and the Language Resource Center. The Writing Center offers individual tutoring to students who need assistance with their writing. The ELTI lab and the Learning Center provides help in taking graduate exams (GRE, GMAT, M.A.T.), individual learning stations to aid students in developing reading comprehension and grammar, academic tutoring in University content courses and TOEFL review. The Language Resource Center offers modern multimedia language support.
    At all levels, students use the most current texts and materials. ELTI students attend classes 20 hours per week, Monday through Thursday (Fridays also, in summer), morning through early afternoon. Semesters average 14 weeks in length. The average length of study in ELTI is two to three terms. All ELTI classes are held in University classroom facilities. Qualified students in advanced levels, with the recommendation of the ELTI faculty, are allowed to take University courses for credit in addition to their English courses. Students who have completed one full term in the
    ELTI may participate in this program.

Course Information

Class size 10 Students Schedule 10, 15 Weeks
Course Level 6 VISA Info I-20 Issued Upon Request
Minimum age 17 Accommodation Homestay, On-Campus Dorm/residence, Off-campus Residence

requirements

  • N/A

Course Schedule

2021-01-13
※ From the Course Starting Dates 10, 15Weeks(month) Choose

Fees

Tuition

School's Admin fee (USD)$ 60
Tuition
10 Week 15 Week Week Week Week
(USD)$ 4,475 (USD)$ 4,475
Week Week Week Week Week

Accomodation

Housing Placement fee
Accommodation Fee
Terms Homestay On-Campus Dorm/residence Off-Campus residence
15 Weeks (USD)$ 3800 (USD)$ 3800

Airport Pickup

Airport Pickup
Other Charges

Remarks / Other Information

  • * Dates and Fees are approximate and may change without prior notice.

Location


Accommodation

  • ELTI students may apply to live on campus in a variety of residence halls. Both men and women may live on campus; however, no married housing is available. For those living on-campus, there are a variety of meal options available. On-campus housing is often difficult to obtain; students who apply for and receive such housing must pay rather large penalty payments if they fail to enroll or to inform the University housing office that they will not move into the residence hall they've been assigned. For students not living in the residence halls, numerous apartment complexes are located near the University on within short walking distances or on public bus routes. Furniture may be rented. The ELTI staff will help students with housing arrangements.

Surrounding Area

  • With over one million residents, the Charlotte metropolitan area is located about midway between Atlanta, Georgia, and Richmond, Virginia, and is within a day's drive of Washington, D.C. and Orlando, Florida. The growth of Charlotte/Douglas International Airport has helped make Charlotte a national transportation center, and with two of the nation's largest banks based in Charlotte, the city is the third largest banking center in the United States. The addition of two professional sports teams NBA Bobcats and NFL Panthers) has brought Charlotte national attention as one of the most dynamic cities in the United States. The city offers many cultural and educational resources, including art and natural science museums, and theater and music programs throughout the year. The Blue Ridge Mountains to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east are other attractions only short distances from Charlotte. Charlotte has a mild climate with average temperatures ranging between 77 degrees F (25 degrees C) in the summer and 43 degrees F (6 degrees C) in the winter. The sun shines an average of 233 days a year. Rainfall averages 43 inches a year. Light snow falls two or three times during the winter.

Facilities

  • library, computer labs, student health center, and sports facilities

National Mix

  • Asia (55%), the Middle East (15%), South America (15%), Europe (10%) Africa (5%.

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李佳新

住宿問題~~??
Q: 明年寒假的時候打算申請去北卡羅萊那大學夏洛特分校念語言課程,想請問宿舍提供哪些類型的宿舍呢?? 是否為一人一間的形式?? 還是兩個人一間的形式呢?? 可否有照片先看一下大概的環境?? A: 您好,感謝您來訊息詢問,關於北卡羅萊那大學夏洛特分校住宿問題為您做個解答。 學生可以申請在校園生活中的各種宿舍。男性和女性都可以住校 ; 但是,沒有提供已婚學生的住房。並且生活在校園內的學生將享有各種餐點。校內住房往往難以申請 ; 如果申請到宿舍,但是最後沒有註冊,或是沒有通知學校自己將不會搬進宿舍的學生,必須付出相當大的罰款費用。對於不會住在學生宿舍的學生,大學附近有許多公寓大樓。透過簡短步行或搭乘公共巴士即可到達學校,可租家具。


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謝佳儀

如果是想要認真學習的話不建議暑假去,因為真的太多太多學生了,待比較久的朋友也認為冬天是比較好的時期;但如果是想要交朋友、認識不同國家的文化之類的話,暑期是旺季,可以認識很多很多朋友喔。
學校環境簡潔乾淨,我遇到的老師也都蠻認真教學的!而且好佩服他們聽得懂各國口音!
體驗了很多在台灣所沒有或無法體驗的事物,無論是當地人的熱情或開放的風土民情都讓我感到相當的自在,尤其是那裏的天氣真的是挺宜人的
最大的收穫當然是英文變流利了!雖然沒有夢寐以求的美國口音,但跟一開始的結巴、沒自信比起來進步了很多!而且交到了很多朋友,一位跟我最要好的朋友還非常歡迎我去拜訪她,住在她家都不是問題!眼界也變開闊了,實地親身體驗和台灣不同的文化是一個非常棒的經驗。

也是個學習獨立的好機會,因為是自己一個人去,如果假日想去其他的城鎮旅遊,交通行程住宿都要學著打理。

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