48502 303 East Kearsley St
University of Michigan-Flint was founded n 1956. It is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
The University of Michigan-Flint offers over 100 undergraduate degree programs and 12 graduate degree programs, including a doctor of nursing practice and doctor of physical therapy. Besides, it offers programs in liberal arts and sciences, elementary or secondary education, health care and business. Students can even apply to customize their very own degree program.
The English Language Program (ELP) is an Intensive English Program designed to develop students’ skills in reading, vocabulary, writing, grammar, listening and speaking for academic purposes. Full time ELP students receive 20 hours per week of English and American culture instruction. The English courses are taught by dedicated, TESOL trained instructors who have experience teaching and living abroad. In addition to academics, the program offers cultural activities and field trips on and off campus. Students that do not meet the University of Michigan-Flint language proficiency requirement take a language placement exam upon arrival and are placed into the appropriate level English courses. So, the Program provides: 20 class hours per week; morning and afternoon classes; reading, writing, grammar, lecture listening, speaking and group discussion; beginner through advanced levels; computer and internet technology activities; cultural activities and field trips; F-1 international student visa application support
15-week semester, Fall or Winter - $4,900
7-week semester, Spring or Summer - $2,300
7-week semester, Summer-Business - $2,700