22043 7054 Haycock Road, Room 419
Virginia Tech was founded in 1872. Now it enrolls more than 26,000 students on the Blacksburg campus, among them there are 2000 international students, who are representing more than 110 countries. The school offers 140 master's and doctoral programs and 60 bachelors degree programs.
The Intensive English course series provides full-time classroom instruction in all skill areas, including listening, speaking, reading, writing and pronunciation, from beginning through advanced proficiency levels, supplemented by self-paced, interactive computer-assisted training in our technology center. 25 hours per week. Classes are divided into eight levels according to language proficiency. Twenty hours per week are dedicated to core classes. Five hours per week are devoted to special interest electives. These offerings vary by session, but typically include Pronunciation & Listening, American Idioms, Academic Listening & Note-taking, and American Media.
TOEFL® iBT In-Depth readies students for the challenging new Internet-based Test of English as a Foreign Language under actual test conditions. TOEFL iBT In-Depth Features: complete overview of the course format, sections and question types; vocabulary-building and extensive grammar review; extensive computer-based practice, including timed sample tests; speaking and writing drills under actual test conditions; skill-building tips, opportunity to take the TOEFL iBT on-site during the course
Accreditation assures program quality through regular, independent review of all aspects of school academics and administration, including such critical areas as mission, curriculum, faculty, facilities and equipment, and student services.
$813.50 per 1 credit hour