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University of Oregon

University of Oregon

American English Institute
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School Info

Basic information

  • Enrollment
  • 450 - 650students
  • Airport Pickup
  • Yes
  • Telephone
  • +1 541 346-3945
  • Fax
  • +1 541 346-3917
  • Address
  • 5212 University of Oregon Eugene , OR , 97403-5212

Options

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

Why This School?

  • - Eugene, a quintessential college town, frequently turns up on lists of the best places to live, as well as greenest and most bicycle-friendly cities.
    - Instructors are highly trained professionals who understand how to help students navigate through the complexities of learning a second language in addition to overcoming the challenges of adjusting to living abroad.
    - The IEP welcomes hundreds of students from around the world each year for exchange, academic, and career purposes. Our faculty offer cutting-edge English language education for international students at any level of English proficiency.

About the  American English Institute

  • The AEI is proud to be part of the Department of Linguistics at the University of Oregon - on the main campus in friendly Eugene, Oregon. The UO & AEI place a high value on internationalization and work hard to help international students be academically successful. The IEP welcomes hundreds of students from around the world each year for exchange, academic, and career purposes. IEP's faculty offer cutting-edge English language education for international students at any level of English proficiency.Eugene, a quintessential college town, frequently turns up on lists of the best places to live, as well as greenest and most bicycle-friendly cities. Eugene offers big-city amenities, world class arts and culture, a lively music scene, breath-taking scenery and endless opportunties for outdoor recreation.

About the  University of Oregon

  • The University of Oregon, founded in 1876, is the state’s flagship institution. Located in Eugene, an energetic college town, the university offers academic excellence and hands-on learning opportunities in a welcoming atmosphere. Towering trees shade the 295-acre campus, where students, faculty members, and employees from a wide variety of backgrounds share a commitment to preserving the environment and pursuing innovation in more than 260 academic programs that range from Eugene to Portland and from the coast to the mountains. The University of Oregon is a comprehensive research university that serves its students and the people of Oregon, the nation, and the world through the creation and transfer of knowledge in the liberal arts, the natural and social sciences, and the professions. It is the Association of American Universities' flagship institution of the Oregon University System. The university is a community of scholars dedicated to the highest standards of academic inquiry, learning, and service.

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Course Information

  • Focus of Study :
     -A comprehensive curriculum with proficiency-based course levels (Beginning through Advanced).-Dynamic teaching and learning environments lead by career track faculty instructors.-An engaged multicultural student body.-Individualized support including conversation partners, in class tutors, and academic advising to help-Enhance in -and out-of-class learning and activities in an everyday setting.-Smooth integration into the academic, social, and cultural networks of campus. Benefit,

    Goal of this course : 
    The IEP welcomes hundreds of students from around the world each year for exchange, academic, and career purposes. Our faculty offer cutting-edge English language education for international students at any level of English proficiency.Immerse yourself in the heart of the University of Oregon’s campus and actively engage in U.S. language and culture!The IEP offers English language learning adults an opportunity to improve their academic and professional English skills. The program prepares students for academic work at the University of Oregon or similar academic institutions 

    Curriculum : 
    Students at any level of English language study can benefit from studying at the AEI. AEI offer seven proficiency levels of classes, from beginning through advanced. The IEP offers a comprehensive curriculum of core classes, electives, and extracurricular programming designed to meet the academic needs and interests of  English language learners (ELL). Courses are designed to create a positive and effective English learning environment within the larger university campus. Content emphasizes ELL pragmatics; building linguistic, inter-cultural, and contextual skills for seamless success into the U.S. educational system. Each learning level is divided into two core courses, Reading/Writing/Grammar (RWG) with emphasis on literacy skills development and Oral Communications Skills (OCS). Depending on students demonstrated proficiency and placement results, student's may be placed in separate skill levels. All full-time students take these two basic curriculum courses, for a total of 18 hours of required in class hours per week. In addition, students can take up to 6 additional hours of elective courses. 

    Class hours: 
    for a total of 18 hours of required in class hours per week. In addition, students can take up to 6 additional hours of elective courses.

Course Information

Class size 10-15 Students Schedule 10 Weeks
Course Level 7level VISA Info I-20 Issued Upon Request
Minimum age 17 Accommodation Homestay, On-Campus Dorm/residence, Off-campus Residence

requirements

  • N/A

Course Schedule

2021-09-24 2021-06-28 2021-03-26 2021-01-04
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Fees

Tuition

School's Admin fee (USD)$ 65
Tuition
10 Week Week Week Week Week
(USD)$ 3,975
Week Week Week Week Week

Accomodation

Housing Placement fee (USD)$ 150
Accommodation Fee
Terms Homestay On-Campus Dorm/residence Off-Campus residence
10 weeks (USD)$ 1380 (USD)$ 2863 (USD)$ 1500

Airport Pickup

Airport Pickup
Other Charges (USD)$ 860    Detail

Remarks / Other Information

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

Location


Accommodation

  • On campus housing
    Living on campus in the Residence Halls give students the benefit of living with UO students -- near the classes, the library, the rec center, and other campus activities. This is a great way to become comfortable with new surroundings, make lots of domestic and international friends and learn more about U.S. student life and culture. Students must complete the Housing Application and the Housing Contract to apply for on-campus housing. 

    Homestay Program
    The Homestay Program offers students a wonderful opportunity to live in the home of a local family in Eugene/Springfield, Oregon. Living with a family helps students to learn about daily life in the U.S., practice conversational English skills and share culture with others.

     Off-Campus Housing
    There are a wide-range of independent-living off campus options throughout Eugene/Springfield. Prices, location to campus, bus access, size and services vary. The UO Student Association (ASUO) is a resource for helping students find available housing. Living alone or with friends helps students gain real-world experience using English in a variety of situations.

Surrounding Area

  • The beautiful UO grounds treat pedestrians to brilliant fall foliage and amazing spring floral displays. The campus is a certified arboretum, and you’ll frequently find students and faculty members reading beneath one of the UO’s more than 3,000 trees. Parking on campus is limited by design—students are encouraged to walk, ride a bike, or travel for free by bus.

Facilities

  • Basketball courts, cafeteria, computer center, fitness center,language technology center, library, music practice room, Recreational park, snack bar, soccer field, swimming pool, tennis court, wheelchair accessible

National Mix

  • Nationalities of students include Japanese, Korean, Chinese and other countries. The percentage may vary each month.

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紀曉嵐

條件式入學問題??
Q: 我想請問一下有關於條件式入學的問題,因為我有想要去美國讀書,想說可以藉由這個機會,直接升學,請問有可能嗎?? A: 您好,感謝您的詢問,關於條件式入學的部分以下為您做個介紹。 俄勒岡大學可以向學生提供條件式錄取,如果他們是需要先參加英語教學課程後才可以進入大學開始學業的國際學生。如果學生需要條件式錄取的話,學生將參加美國英語學院的課程,並在密集課程的環境中學習英語。 因此是可以藉由語言學校晉升到大學內的唷!!


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李義名

語言課程幫了我恨多的忙,畢竟是到國外念書,寫報告的格式有很大的不一樣,在這裡不容許 一點點的複製每一句都要自己寫,如果"真的"需要引用證據或是發現真的不錯的句子或是概 念可以用在報告裡面的,都一定要標註是從哪一本書、作者是誰、幾年出版的書。也因為這樣每次 寫報告的時候必須要很有條理,結構必須很注意。
我認識的朋友大都是阿拉伯人和巴西人當然會有也會有一些大陸人,阿拉伯人很好,如果你需 要幫忙,只要開口,他們都會很樂意的幫助你。巴西人很熱情會跟你打招呼,想開party可以找他 們,他們會帶你去。在學校有很多活動,可以自己找機會去參加,多人人群互動,有時候你會收到 很多意外的驚喜喔。
在放假的時候我自己有跑到紐約跟芝加哥,我自己在兩個城市裡面玩,在這裡就大膽開口說話, 錯了也沒關係,當作是一次寶貴的經驗,下次就會熟悉了。
我是住在學校的宿舍裡面,它算是一個小公寓裡面有4間獨立的個人房間,一個共用淋浴間,一 個共用廁所,一個共用小客廳,一個簡易小廚房,還有共用的冰箱跟微波爐,房間裡面附有書桌、 獨立抽屜、衣櫃、衣架、床,是還滿完整的,不過來之前要另外去買床單跟枕頭,這是沒有附的。走 出去自己的小套房到外面走廊中間有電磁爐跟烤箱可以自己開伙煮東西吃,這裡還有洗衣機跟烘 乾機可以洗衣服。 走路去學校是15分鐘,如果不想走可以搭校園巴士。宿舍環境很乾淨很新。 

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