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University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Spring International Language Center - Fayetteville Center
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School Info

Basic information

  • Enrollment
  • 200students
  • Airport Pickup
  • Yes
  • Telephone
  • 479-575-7600
  • Fax
  • 479-575-7673
  • Address
  • Spring International Language Center UTPW 1 University of Arkansas Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701 USA

Options

  • Suburban
  • Homestay
  • On-Campus Dorm/residence
  • Private language institute (at University)
  • Conditional Admission (0)

Why This School?

  • - a friendly safe academic environment at an excellent university
    - a 'university town' near the rustic Ozark mountains
    - such a great surroundings fit for both city and nature lovers

About the  Spring International Language Center - Fayetteville Center

  • Spring is a strong foundation in English. Accomplished instructors will help you to build a strong foundation in all the English language skills. You will study in interactive classes with teachers who have the education and training to teach English to international students. Instructors have master’s degrees in ESL, linguistics or related fields or specialized certificates in teaching English to speakers of other languages. In addition to years of teaching experience, many of instructors have studied and taught in other countries, so they are sensitive to cultural differences and understand the challenges involved in learning another language.
    Among the faculty members, you will meet excellent teachers who have won awards from their professional organizations, authors of textbooks in the English-language field, and active participants in professional organizations, such as TESOL International Association, NAFSA: Association of International Educators and English USA – the American Association of Intensive English Programs (AAIEP).
    The curriculum is designed for your success. Since 1979, the Spring International curriculum has been developed, evaluated, tested, and updated into a professional guide that assists students in learning the most English possible in the shortest period of time.
    The curriculum is divided into six levels of instruction, from beginning to advanced. Each level focuses on structure (grammar), reading, writing, and listening/speaking. Skills are coordinated rather teaching each one in isolation. A state-of-the-art computer lab offers programs to enhance skills in reading, spelling, grammar, and writing. Internet access is available to all students.

About the  University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

  • Founded in 1871 as a land-grant college and state university, the University of Arkansas established its campus on a hilltop overlooking the Ozark Mountains. There were few facilities and little money that first academic year, but the eight students and three faculty members who gathered for classes in 1872 showed the same dedication to learning and commitment to excellence that has carried the University of Arkansas into the 21st century.
    More than 140 years later, the university’s enrollment is more than 26,000 and its students represent all 50 states and 120 countries. The university is the state’s foremost partner and resource for education and economic development. It serves as the major provider of graduate-level instruction in Arkansas. And its public service activities reach every county in Arkansas, throughout the nation, and around the world.
    - The University of Arkansas has about 3 miles of sidewalks imprinted with the names of graduates. To add your name to Senior Walk, it only takes another two inches (and four years of dedication for your college degree).
    - Bill and Hillary Clinton began their careers by teaching law at the University of Arkansas. Before she was a U.S. senator or the nation's secretary of state, Hillary founded the university's legal clinic.
    - The Fulbright Scholarship Program, the largest international exchange of scholars in the world, was created by J. William Fulbright, a graduate, former president of the university and the longest-serving chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

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Course Information

  • Focus of Study :
    Intensive English Program will help students to listen more accurately and speak more fluently, read faster with greater comprehension and write more clearly and correctly, and improve pronunciation and understandability.

    Benefit, Goal of this course :
    Spring International Language Center's Intensive English Program is a 25-hour-per-week program specifically designed to prepare international students to enter U.S. colleges and universities, assist professionals who desire to strengthen their English language skills and teach anyone who seeks to improve their English communication skills.

    Curriculum :
    - Reading, Writing, and Vocabulary Development
    - Listening, Speaking, and Pronunciation Improvement
    - English Grammar Skills
    - Conversational Skills
    - Audio-lingual Lab and Computer Lab
    In addition, advanced levels emphasize:
    - Academic Preparation
    - Public Speaking and Debate
    - Business English
    - Advanced Vocabulary and Grammar
    - Test-Taking Workshops in TOEFL, GMAT, and GRE Prep (extra fee)
    - Special Seminars on Cultural and Academic Topics
    - College Placement Assistance
    - Enrollment in University Courses for Academically Qualified Students

    Classroom Hour :
    25 hours per week

Course Information

Class size 15 Students Schedule 9, 18 Weeks
Course Level 6 level VISA Info I-20 Issued Upon Request
Minimum age 17 Accommodation Homestay, On-Campus Dorm/residence

requirements

  • N/A

Course Schedule

2021-01-14 2021-03-29 2021-06-07 2021-08-16
2021-10-18
※ From the Course Starting Dates 9, 18Weeks(month) Choose

Fees

Tuition

School's Admin fee (USD)$ 125
Tuition
9 Week 18 Week Week Week Week
(USD)$ 3,000 (USD)$ 6,000
Week Week Week Week Week

Accomodation

Housing Placement fee
Accommodation Fee
Terms Homestay On-Campus Dorm/residence Off-Campus residence
9 weeks (USD)$ 1560 (USD)$ 2320

Airport Pickup

Airport Pickup
Other Charges

Remarks / Other Information

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

Location


Accommodation

  • Home Stay with an American Family :
    Students receive room, breakfast and dinner on school days, all weekend meals, and laundry facilities.
    - The opportunity to practice English every day
    - The chance to learn about American culture first-hand
    - The comfort of a new family away from home
    Georgetown Square Apartments :
    SILC has several apartments in a complex that are available for graduate students. The charges for the apartment include all utilities and kitchen supplies and vary by the number of roommates.
    - Easy access to SILC and other campus computer/language labs, the gym, and the library on the Blue Bus; access to shopping areas on the Red Bus; access to other UA transit routes
    - More opportunity to interact with students from many other countries
    - Kitchen in your apartment and laundry facilities on site
    - Bed linens, towels, cookware, microwave, refrigerator & TV included
    - All utilities paid, including electricity, water & cable TV & Internet
    - Lease is only 9 weeks instead of 6 months. Students don’t have to find their own apartment.
    - 9-week contract & deposit required
    - Student must be independent & responsible
    - Learning to get along with an apartment mate is sometimes a challenge
    - 2-4 people per 2-bedroom apartment
    Campus Residence Halls :
    Undergraduate students can live choose to live in the on-campus residence halls and purchase a meal plan to eat meals at the campus dining center. The approximate cost per term for room and board is $1,800.
    - Easy access to campus computer/language labs, the gym, and the library; access to shopping areas on the Red Bus; access to other UA transit routes
    - More opportunity to interact with students from many other countries as well as Americans interested in international topics
    - Hall coordinators arrange special social events and learning activities
    - All utilities paid, including electricity, water, & cable TV & Internet
    - Students should remain in the residence hall for the academic school year unless returning home or transferring to another university.
    - Students must purchase a meal plan
    Non-SILC Apartment Housing :
    Students interested in living in apartments can be provided with a current list of available apartments within bus distance of the school. If a student has limited English ability, he or she should consult with the Spring before signing a lease, connecting utilities, such as phone, electricity, and gas, and purchasing/renting furniture. The Spring may also be able to put the student in touch with an experienced student who can help with the apartment search.

Surrounding Area

  • Arkansas school is located in a growing college town with 21,000 students, including over 1,100 from 85 foreign countries. Surrounded by the natural beauty of the Ozark mountains, the setting offers great academic offerings, cultural activities, and a wealth of recreational choices. Arkansas Spring is appreciated by students for its friendly and safe environment.

Facilities

Top Native Language by Center

  • Japan 15%, Korea 15%, Latin America 15%, Taiwan 10%, etc 45%

Getting to the school from the airport

  • Upon arrival at Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport (XNA), a representative of Spring International Language Center or your host family will meet you inside the airport arrival gate and drive you to the University.

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李家瑩

住宿型態的問題??
Q: 請問語言學校住宿的相關問題? A: 感謝您的詢問,為您說明如下: 寄宿家庭 許多學生有意願留在美國家庭,使他們可以練習英語,學習更多的美國文化。 每個學校的住宿協調員保有在該地區寄宿家庭以及承辦國際學生的文件。寄宿家庭約在學生到來一個月之前安置好學生的住宿。 大多數家庭都在乘坐校車方便的地方。 學生有自己的房間與學習的地方。此外,可以使用家庭的洗衣和其他設施。寄宿家庭提供早餐和晚餐。 學生在大學食堂或附近的餐館買午餐。 住在美國人家裡讓學生有機會直接了解美國文化,練習英語。寄宿家庭希望學生能夠對美國文化感興趣,並希望能幫助學生享受在美國的時光。


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蔣怡庭

一個班級就如同文化的大熔爐,觀點與文化的不同常會互相腦力激盪而後產生獨特的見解,比如說,某次上課主題為社群網站,討論過程中,可以了解到不同國情文化使用社群網絡的現象與特色。
不同於我們對於上課的刻板肅穆氛圍,課堂中取而代之的是如同歡樂的宴會氣氛,每位同學皆踴躍的表達自己的看法,同時也尊重他人的不同見地,若討論到敏感議題時例如政治,如何有風度地接受別人的看法,並且機智給予回應,是我在這個月當中所學到的寶貴經驗,不僅止於課堂討論,同學之間相處也是不吝給予指點,並當下指出你的錯誤迅速解決問題,避免問題隨著時間擴大與複雜化,這也是令我印象最深刻的。如何有技巧的不讓對方感到不舒服與保持組內的和諧,在這短短的一個月當中,我確實學到不少。

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