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Georgia State University

Georgia State University

Intensive English Program (IEP)
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School Info

Basic information

  • Enrollment
  • 160students
  • Airport Pickup
  • Yes
  • Telephone
  • 00-1-404-413-5200
  • Fax
  • Address
  • Intensive English Program Department of Applied Linguistics & ESL Georgia State University P.O. Box 4099 Atlanta, GA 30302-4099 U.S.A.

Options

  • Urban
  • Homestay
  • On-Campus Dorm/residence
  • Off-campus Residence
  • Private language institute (at University)
  • Conditional Admission (0)

Why This School?

  • - Professional faculty and staff who are highly engaged in international education and ESL teaching and learning
    - Full access with Georgia State University Panthercard ID to campus libraries, recreation center, sporting events, computing centers, language lab, and to all other student services and activities
    - Exciting, urban environment with plentiful cultural activities
    - Emphasis on English for communication and academic study
    - Sessions begin three times a year following the U.S. academic calendar (August, January, May)

About the  Intensive English Program (IEP)

  • The IEP at Georgia State University is known as an English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program. Course content, activities and assignments are designed to prepare students for the language demands of university work. Students placed at the intermediate to advanced levels will read, discuss and write about topics from academic courses. At the beginning and low-intermediate levels, students focus primarily on basic language skills. Students are expected to attend class, do homework and take tests, just as they will be expected to do in a university. The Intensive English Program at Georgia State University is accredited by the Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA).  The IEP is a member of the Consortium of University and College Intensive English Programs (UCIEP) and English USA: AAIEP, the American Association of Intensive English Programs.

About the  Georgia State University

  • Georgia State University, an enterprising urban public research university, is a national leader in graduating students from widely diverse backgrounds.Centered in the historic financial hub of downtown Atlanta, the university provides more than 32,000 students with unsurpassed connections to the city’s business, government, nonprofit and cultural organizations.The university offers 250 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in more than 100 fields of study in its nine colleges and schools: the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, the Byrdine F. Lewis School of Nursing and Health Professions, the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Education & Human Development, the College of Law, the Honors College, Perimeter College and the School of Public Health.

Course Information

  • Focus of Study :
    Structure & Composition
    Oral Communication
    Oral Fluency (Levels 1 & 2)
    Reading and Listening
    Academic Writing (Levels 3, 4, & 5)
    Extensive Reading

    Curriculum : 
    Levels 1 & 2
    Introductory Structure and Writing (6 course hours)
    The goal of these courses is for high-beginning and low-intermediate students to build and apply their knowledge of English grammar to complete basic writing tasks.
    Oral Communication (3 course hours)
    The goal of these courses is for high-beginning and low-intermediate students to learn general oral communication skills related to listening and pronunciation.
    Oral Fluency (3 course hours)
    The goal of these courses is for high-beginning and low-intermediate students to build oral vocabulary, grammar, and fluency through a variety of communicative activities.
    Reading Skills (3 course hours)
    The goal of these courses is for high-beginning and low-intermediate students to develop their reading skills in order to become effective learners.
    Extensive Reading (3 course hours)
    The goal of these courses is for high-beginning and low-intermediate students to become better readers and to develop independence and enjoyment in reading outside of class. Students read two texts during the semester (1 text for summer session).

    Levels 3, 4, and 5
    Structure and Composition (6 course hours)
    The goal of these courses is for intermediate/high-intermediate, and advanced students to build and apply their knowledge of different types of academic writing and the grammar of academic writing.
    Oral Communication for Academic Purposes (3 course hours)
    The goal of these courses is for intermediate/high-intermediate/advanced students to learn and practice academic oral communication skills related to speaking, listening, and pronunciation. Academic content material such as American government, current events, and service-learning is used.
    Academic Writing for University Exams (3 course hours)
    The goal of these courses is for intermediate/high intermediate/advanced students to begin learning learn how to manage academic reading and take reading notes in order to answer written test questions on course material. These courses currently use academic content material from environmental science, social science, and American history.
    Reading and Listening for Academic Purposes (3 course hours)
    The goal of these courses is for intermediate/high intermediate/advanced students to develop their reading and listening skills in order to become successful learners in academic courses. These courses currently use American culture, marketing, and psychology content material.
    Extensive Reading (3 course hours)
    The goal of this course is for intermediate/high intermediate/advanced students to become better readers and to develop independence and enjoyment in reading outside of class. Students read two texts during the semester (1 text for summer session).

    Classroom Hour :
    Weekly 25 hours

Course Information

Class size 15 Students Schedule 10, 14 Weeks
Course Level 5 VISA Info I-20 Issued Upon Request
Minimum age 18 Accommodation Homestay, On-Campus Dorm/residence, Off-campus Residence

requirements

  • N/A

Course Schedule

2021-05-04 ~ 2021-07-26
Apply by ( 2021-04-04 )
2021-01-05 ~ 2021-04-26
Apply by ( 2020-12-05 )

Fees

Tuition

School's Admin fee (USD)$ 125
Tuition
Course Schedule Fees
2021-05-04 ~ 2021-07-26(USD)$ 3,456
2021-01-05 ~ 2021-04-26(USD)$ 3,456

Accomodation

Housing Placement fee
Accommodation Fee
Terms Homestay On-Campus Dorm/residence Off-Campus residence
10 weeks (USD)$ 800 (USD)$ 800 (USD)$ 500

Airport Pickup

Airport Pickup
Other Charges

Remarks / Other Information

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

Location


Accommodation

  • On campus housing
    A decision to live in University Housing means new students will join the 4100 students who live on campus and call it home. University Housing provides opportunities for student growth and development through educational, cultural, recreational and social programs available in all housing locations and in Living-Learning Communities. If a student chooses to live in University Housing, he or she is guaranteed to meet more people. Living on campus will give students a greater sense of connection with the university and with the people they will meet.

Surrounding Area

  • Atlanta is home to more than a dozen headquarters of Fortune 500 companies, and ranks third in America and fourth in the world for Fortune 500 headquarters. This business mecca provides students with unparalleled access to internships and jobs, as well as a wide variety of networking opportunities.Georgia State students also can take advantage of the university’s easy access to Atlanta’s rich creative environment, diversity of cultures and lifestyles, and wide variety of indoor and outdoor activities. The Atlanta streetcar will soon travel through Georgia State’s campus, bringing more visitor traffic and offering students and other university members a new means of getting around Atlanta.The world’s busiest airport is just minutes from campus. Atlanta provides Georgia State’s faculty and students with an urban laboratory, enabling them to draw creative inspiration and address critical societal issues locally and in cities around the world.

Facilities

  • Student Health Clinic, Student Recreation Center, Language Lab

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Q:大学内の施設は留学生も自由に利用可能ですか?


A:はい。留学生も利用可能です。

 利用可能施設
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良い体験でした!
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  • School Facility, atmosphere

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  • Faculty&school's counselor

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Image 2018-03-06 14:08:33

涼香

半年間語学留学をしました。
私はもともと英語力が高いわけではなかったので不安でしたが、
講師の先生方もクラスメート達もみんなとってもフレンドリーでとても楽しかったです。
日本で英語を勉強していながらも使う機会があまりなかったのですが、
ここで半年間留学しながら毎日たくさん使うことができたのでだいぶ自分のレベルもあがったと実感しています。
少し人見知りだった私ですが、留学を通してコミュニケーションの楽しさに気づいたし、
どんどん自分から話しかけて親しくなれるようになりました。

半年の留学でしたが、自分でも驚くぐらい英語力がアップしたので
ここの学校を選んでよかったなと思っています。
授業も一人ひとりのレベルにあったカリキュラムが組まれているのでとても良かったです。

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