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University of Minnesota Duluth

University of Minnesota Duluth

ELCI
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School Info

Basic information

  • Enrollment
  • 7000students
  • Airport Pickup
  • Yes
  • Telephone
  • (218)726-8000
  • Fax
  • Address
  • 1049 University Drive Duluth, MN 55812

Options

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

Why This School?

  • - UMD is a strong liberal arts foundation known for its programs that encourage critical thinking, responsibilities, and communication abilities.
    - UMD has 86 majors and 6 pre-professional programs along with internships, honors programs, research, and community service opportunities to expand the students' opportunities.
    - UMD’s campus consists of more than 50 buildings on 244 acres overlooking Lake Superior.
    - UMD is also a home of the Tweed Museum of Art, the Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium, Weber Music Hall, and the Marshall Performing Arts Center, and various scholastic facilities all fully accessible for ESLI students.

About the  ELCI

  • UMD not only offers opportunities forstudents to experience academic excellence and diverse activities. It will alsoallow students to be a part of authentic Southwest culture, understand philosophies,and immerse themselves in friendly and family-like environment. University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and a member of the North Central Association, and is very wellknown for Pharmacy school, Liberal Arts, Business and Economics, and Fine Artsschool. There are also renowned research programs such as EGMS (ElectronicGrants Management System) and UM sponsored Administration.

Course Information

  • Focus of Study : 
    Students of program can not only excel academically, but can also experience diverse social activities. is mainly focused with students who intend to apply to colleges, but program also offers acceptance into renowned graduate programs.

    Benefit, Goal of this course : 
    Students have a choice of programs called Academic English& University Entrance or English only studies. The former program is more academically focused and intense, but students can achieve their individual pursuits through these different programs.

    Curriculum : 

    Curriculum includes languagestudies that include Listening, Reading, Speaking/Pronunciation,Composition,Vocabulary, and Grammar studies.InListening classes, students will Use a variety of sources to practice listeningskills that can be applied both inside and outside of the classroom. For Speaking/Pronunciation,students can gain confidence when they speak in a variety of situations.Students will be comfortable with casual conversations, formal dialogue, classpresentations, and so on. With Reading classes, students will have in-classreading exercises and a personalized reading program. Students will not onlyread for pleasure but also for university studies. Exposure to a wide varietyof texts will provide the students with opportunities to find and select theirown materials as well as develop some personal preferences. In Composition, students will start writing some basicparagraphs through guided practices. Then students will learn to research,organize, and compose research papers. In addition to these core skills, studentswill also learn word-processing skills to prepare for university writingassignments. With Vocabularycourse, students will develop a vocabulary base appropriate for everydayconversations and classroom situations. They will also learn methods forlong-term building and retaining functional vocabulary. For grammarclasses, students are encouraged to learn grammar through use, not just viatext. Grammar instruction is provided within the context of listening,speaking, reading, and writing.

    Classroom Hour : 
    25hours per week (Fall&Spring terms)/30hours per week (Summer term)
    9:00-9:30Reading&Discussion
    9:30-12:00 Listening, Speaking andPronounciations
    Lunch
    1:00-3:00 Reading, Grammar andWriting
    3:00-4:00 Language Computer Lab
    5:00-6:00Dinner
     After 6:00 Activities depending on the school

Course Information

Schedule 16 Weeks Accommodation On-Campus Dorm/residence, Off-campus Residence

requirements

  • N/A

Course Schedule

2021-08-30 2021-05-26
※ From the Course Starting Dates 16Weeks(month) Choose

Fees

Tuition

School's Admin fee (USD)$ 150
Tuition
16 Week Week Week Week Week
(USD)$ 6,010
Week Week Week Week Week

Accomodation

Housing Placement fee
Accommodation Fee
Terms Homestay On-Campus Dorm/residence Off-Campus residence

Airport Pickup

Airport Pickup
Other Charges

Remarks / Other Information

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

Course information

  • Accounting B.Acc.
    Accounting Minor
    Aerospace Studies Minor
    African and African American Studies Minor
    American Indian Studies B.A.
    American Indian Studies Minor
    Anthropology B.A.
    Anthropology Minor
    Art B.A.
    Art Education B.F.A.
    Art History B.A.
    Art History Minor
    Art Minor
    Arts Administration B.A.
    Arts in Media Minor
    Astronomy Minor
    Biochemical Engineering Minor
    Biochemistry B.A.
    Biochemistry B.S.
    Biology B.A.
    Biology B.S.
    Biology Minor
    Business Administration Minor
    Business Analytics B.B.A.
    Chemical Engineering B.S.Ch.E.
    Chemistry B.A.
    Chemistry B.S.
    Chemistry Minor
    Chinese Area Studies B.A.
    Chinese Area Studies Minor
    Civil Engineering B.S.C.E.
    Coaching Minor
    Cognitive Science B.A.
    Cognitive Science minor
    Communication B.A.
    Communication Minor
    Communication Sciences and Disorders B.A.Sc
    Computer Engineering Minor
    Computer Science B.A.
    Computer Science B.S.
    Computer Science Minor
    Consumer Insights and Analytics B.B.A.
    Criminology B.A.
    Cultural Entrepreneurship B.A.
    Dance Minor
    Deaf Studies Minor
    Digital Writing, Literature and Design Minor
    Early Childhood Studies Minor
    Early Childhood Studies B.A.Sc.
    Economics B.B.A & B.A.
    Economics Minor
    Educational Computing and Technology Certificate
    Electrical Engineering B.S.E.E.
    Electrical Engineering Minor
    Energy Engineering Minor
    Engineering Physics B.S.E.P.
    English B.A.
    English Minor
    Entrepreneurship B.B.A.
    Entrepreneurship Minor
    Environment, Sustainability & Geography B.A.
    Environment, Sustainability and Geography minor
    Environmental and Outdoor Education B.A.Sc.
    Environmental and Outdoor Education Minor
    Environmental Engineering Minor
    Environmental Science B.S.
    Environmental Science Minor
    Exercise & Rehabilitation Sciences B.A.Sc.
    Film Studies Minor
    Finance B.B.A.
    Finance Minor
    Financial Markets Finance B.B.A.
    Financial Markets Minor
    Financial Planning B.B.A.
    Financial Planning Minor
    French Studies B.A.
    French Studies minor
    Geographic Information Science B.S.
    Geographic Information Science Certificate
    Geographic Information Science Minor
    Geological Sciences B.A.
    Geological Sciences B.S.
    Geological Sciences Minor
    German Studies B.A.
    German Studies Minor
    Graphic Design B.F.A.
    Health Care Management B.B.A.
    Health Care Management Minor
    History B.A.
    History Minor
    Human Resources Management B.B.A.
    Industrial Engineering B.S.I.E.
    Integrated Elementary and Special Education B.A.Sc.
    Interdisciplinary Studies B.A.
    International Business Minor (Only available to LSBE students)
    International Studies B.A.
    International Studies minor
    Jazz Studies B.Mus.
    Jazz Studies Minor
    Journalism B.A.
    Journalism Minor
    Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Studies minor
    Linguistics B.S.
    Linguistics Minor
    Management B.B.A.
    Management Information Systems B.B.A.
    Management Information Systems Minor
    Management Minor
    Marketing Analytics Minor
    Marketing and Graphic Design B.B.A.
    Marketing B.B.A.
    Marketing Minor
    Materials Science and Engineering Minor
    Mathematics B.S.
    Mathematics Minor
    Mechanical Engineering B.S.M.E.
    Museum Studies Certificate
    Music B.A.
    Music Education B.Mus.
    Music Minor
    Music Performance B.Mus.
    Natural History Minor
    Philosophy B.A.
    Philosophy Minor
    Photography Minor
    Physical Education B.A.Sc
    Physics B.A.
    Physics B.S.
    Physics Minor
    Political Science B.A.
    Political Science Minor
    Professional Sales B.B.A.
    Professional Writing Minor
    Psychology B.A.Sc.
    Psychology B.A.Sc. (Online)
    Psychology Minor
    Public Health B.A.Sc
    Public Health Minor
    Resilient Precast Concrete Undergraduate Certificate
    Social Work B.S.W.
    Sociology B.A.
    Sociology Minor
    Spanish Studies B.A.
    Spanish Studies minor
    Special Education Minor
    Statistics and Actuarial Science B.S.
    Studio Art B.F.A.
    Sustainable Business and Organizations Minor (Only available to LSBE students)
    Teaching Communication Arts & Literature B.A.A.
    Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Certificate
    Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) & Multilingual Education Minor
    Teaching Mathematics B.A.Sc.
    Teaching Sciences (Earth & Space, Life, and Physical Sciences - Chemistry or Physics) B.A.Sc.
    Teaching Social Studies B.A.A.
    Teaching World Languages (Spanish, French, and German) B.A.A.
    Theatre B.A.
    Theatre B.F.A.
    Theatre B.F.A.
    Theatre Minor
    Theory and Composition B.Mus.
    Tribal Administration and Governance B.A.
    Unified Early Childhood Studies B.A.Sc.
    Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies B.A.
    Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies minor
    Writing Studies B.A.

Course information

Schedule 52 Weeks Accommodation On-Campus Dorm/residence, Off-campus Residence

requirements

  • TOEFL: Minimum iBT score of 80
    IELTS: Minimum Academic Test score of 6.5
    Duolingo: Minimum English Proficiency score of 105


Course Schedule

2021-08-23
※ From the Course Starting Dates 52Weeks(month) Choose

Fees

tution

School's Admin fee (USD)$ 50
Tuition
52 Week Week Week Week Week
(USD)$ 19,580
Week Week Week Week Week

Accommodation

Housing Placement
Accommodation Fee
Terms Homestay On-Campus Dorm/residence Off-Campus residence

Airport Pickup

Airport Pickup
Other Charges

Remarks / Other Information

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

Location


Accommodation

  • A variety of housing options are available for ESLI students. First option is the traditional residence halls with either single, double, or triples rooms (room and board). Along with the dorm life, students can choose several meal plan options that are served in the Residence Hall Dining Center (RHDC). Second option is the apartment style housing. These village apartments (Oakland, Stadium, Goldfine) are available for 1,300 students. Four students are in each apartment, and students can choose between cooking their own meals or buying meal tickets. Both residence halls and apartments have professional staff and advisers who can aid students who are having troubles.

Surrounding Area

  • Duluth is the fourth largest city in Minnesota, and the second largest city on Lake Superior. UMD is located on the north shore of Lake Superior, close to both the city and scenic lake. The population of exceeds 86,000, and students can enjoy city life including restaurants, shopping, and activities. Duluth has four distinct seasons that could vary dramatically. Summers tend to be warm and humid but nice; however, the winters in Minnesota are long and cold average temperature around 7 degrees Celsius.

Facilities

  • University of Minnesota, Duluth campus is composed of 5 different schools—twin cities, Duluth, Morris, Crookstone, and Rochester. Due to the enormous size, the facilities of UMID are exceptionally noteworthy. UMID has over 50 buildings on its main campus (244 acres). Other facilities include the Research and Field Studies Center Clensheen Historic Estate, Lower Campus, Lakes Observatory, and more. UMD is also a home for various museums and arts centers including Tweed Museum of Art, Marshall Performing Arts Center, and so on. ESLI students will have a full access to these unchallenged quality facilities

Top Native Language by Center

  • 20-30% Korean Students, mixed with students from Asia, Europe, and Middle East

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FAQ Questions

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關於條件式入學的問題?
Q: 你好,目前有計畫去想明尼蘇達州就讀大學,請問關於明尼蘇達州德盧斯大學的條件式入學問題,請問能否詳細介紹條件式入學呢?? 如果可以的話我是想直接念完語言學校後然後入學。 A: 感謝您的來信詢問,關於條件式入學請參考以下內容。 ESLI 是一個讓學生有機會參加大學學位的課程。不需要 TOEFL 或 IELTS 的入學要求。完成學業後,合格的學生將被大學錄取。學生不需要參加 GMAT 或 GRE 考試,取而代之的是以 ESLI 課程的大學水平預科/預備考試來評估。


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學校的活動很多,設施也會不定期更新,每個周末都有安排活動帶學生出遊,老師教學方式活潑,也很有耐心,每堂課的內容雖然不同,但都注重再加強同學的聽說讀寫部分。每學期舉辦兩次英語能力測驗的考試,便利於要進修的學生,也而外開選修課提供給學生參加。學生都來自世界各地,不過大都來中東像是沙烏地阿拉伯,印度以及韓國.日本.和中國各地的亞洲地區,除了可以認識各個地方不同的文化之外,也可以訓練聽除了美式以外的口音。
明尼蘇達州德盧斯大學不是熱鬧,缺乏娛樂性,是個單純念書的好地方。除了大學落地此處外,這裡也是歷史文化悠久的地區,前後亞裔及西班牙裔在這開發,在市區裡可以看到中西融合景象,因為是氣候早晚溫差大,氣候乾燥,夏季氣溫高,鮮少下雨,秋季氣溫涼爽溫差小,冬季溫差大易感冒。距離其他城市近,附近大賣場開車三十分鐘左右車程,校區也有公車可以抵達大約1小時,市區也有火車站和巴士站,想要和朋友出遊可以選擇這兩種交通工具。
到了國外你沒有父母沒有朋友在身邊,很多事要學會去完成即使一開始害怕但你還是要想方法解決。我覺得我學到最多的是我更獨立更不害怕開口說英文也更有國際觀。出了國才真的會更了解自己要什麼,什麼才是生活。因為你會看到和自己不同的人,不管是家庭背景,學歷,工作背景…他們的想法你更容易傾聽。美國人的生活態度是我很喜歡的,他們享受每個當下,生活很正面正向。讓我覺得很多事其實也沒有那麼難。

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