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The University of Louisville was founded in 1798. It is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate, bachelor, master, specialist, doctoral, and first-professional degrees. The University has three campuses. Campus is three miles from downtown Louisville and houses seven of the university's 11 colleges and schools. Its total enrolment is about 21,700 students.
The Department of English of the College of Arts and Sciences of the University of Louisville offers a full-time program of post-secondary intensive English (IELP) for international students who expect to enroll in an academic program at an American college or university.
The goals of the Intensive English program at the University of Louisville are to provide students with: an ability to speak, write, and understand English in an academically oriented environment; an ability to write in English at a level required of university students; knowledge of American culture and customs; an understanding of American post-secondary educational systems.
The Intensive English program is structured to provide the following: 3 levels of instruction: Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced; full-time classroom instruction: 20 hours per week (4 classes per day, 5 days per week) for 15 weeks; additional opportunities for self-study; practice in listening, conversation, reading, writing, and grammar; computer-aided language learning integrated into classroom instruction; qualified and experienced teachers who have Masters degrees in linguistics and TESOL; opportunities for campus-related activities; individual help when needed; UofL admissions advising.
The UL also offers Communication in English (CIE), a part-time evening class. CIE is designed to help non-native speakers of English (high-intermediate to advanced proficiency) become more effective communicators. Classroom activities are designed to give participants the opportunity to improve conversational and written fluency and to practice the language needed in professional interactions such as discussions and presentations.
Per semester - $3,810
Students fees - $202
Application fee - $100