Intensive English Language Directory

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Intensive English Language Directory

Bellevue College International Student Programs

Bellevue s Intensive English/University Preparation (UP) program is cost-effective and rigorous, offering five levels of academic English language training to make learners' speaking reading, writing, listening, and grammar proficient. After successful completion, students can transfer directly into academic credit classes.

* Full-time program: 18 credits/quarter.

* Five progressive levels to English proficiency.

* Selected électives and TOEFL preparation in levels 4 and 5.

* Academic preparation Bridge quarter combines advanced ESL and credit classes.

International Student Programs

3000 Landerholm Circle, S.E.

Bellevue, WA 98007 USA

Phone: 425-564-3185


English Language Learners' Institute (ELLI), Angelo State University

The English Language Learners' Institute aims to deliver high quality English Language programs to prepare international students for study at Angelo State and other U.S. universities. Classes are small, learner-centered and active. Students gain confidence to use English in real-life situations, and learn the skills they need to operate effectively in academic contexts. Students study for four hours, five days a week, with afternoon self-study. Reasonably priced residence hall accommodation is available.

Carole Simpson

English Language Learners' Institute

Center for International Studies

ASU Station #11035

San Angelo, Texas 76909-1035 USA

Phone: 325-942-2083

Fax: 325-942-2084



Eastern Kentucky University- EELI

EKU's English Language Instruction Program. Study English in friendly, beautiful Central Kentucky. EELI offers intensive instruction in five levels from beginning to advanced. There are five 7-week sessions per year. Each comprises about 26 hours per week of academic and cross-cultural instruction, with optional tutoring lab attendance, for up to 45 hours a week of contact. EKU also offers undergraduate and graduate (masters') programs.


270 Case Annex

Eastern Kentucky University

521 Lancaster Avenue

Richmond. KY 40475 USA

Phone: 859-622-6370

Fax: 859-622-2976


Global Language Institute

Celebrating our twentieth year, GLI provides high-quality language instruction to international students in beautiful St. Paul/Minneapolis, Minnesota, an area known for safety, cleanliness, friendliness, and excellent education. Experienced teachers with master's degrees. Conditional admission arrangements. University application and placement assistance: 100 percent success rate in placement for our students! Free oneto-one tutoring. Personal service to students and agents. Youth camps, professional programs, and special groups also available. Member AAIEP and accredited by ACCET.

Mary Guion

Director of Admissions and Administration

Global Language Institute

340 Cedar Street, Suite 25

St. Paul, Minnesota 55101 USA

Phone: 651-209-3525

Fax: 651-209-3520


The International English Language Institute at Hunter College

The IELI has offered English as a Second Language courses since 1950. Gur full-time day and evening programs help students develop fluency, accuracy, and confidence in English for future academic study or professional life. All teachers hold master's degrees, most in TESOL. They use multimedia, the internet, and New York's cultural resources to make classes lively. We are conveniently located in Manhattan. Eight- week semesters. The IELI is authorized to enroll students with 1-20/F-l visas.

Hunter College intemationai English Language Institute

695 Park Avenue

Room E1022

New York, NY 10065

Phone: 212-772-4292

E-mail: ce@hunter.

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