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Western Michigan University

49008-5246 1903 W. Michigan Ave.
(269) 387.5890 

Western Michigan University was founded in 1903. WMU is focused on delivering high-quality undergraduate instruction, advancing its growing graduate division and fostering significant research activities.

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching places WMU among the 76 public institutions in the nation designated as research universities with high research activity. U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking of American colleges and universities includes WMU as one of the nation’s top-100 public universities.

Total enrollment is more than 24,900 students. WMU’s campuses encompass more than 1,200 acres and 151 buildings and feature some of the finest facilities in the Midwest. WMU is Michigan’s fourth largest higher education institution, attracting a diverse and culturally rich student body from across the United States and some 90 other countries. Undergraduate students at WMU may choose from 140 program offerings while graduate students may select from 67 master’s, one specialist and 29 doctoral programs.


The Career English Language Center for International Students (CELCIS) is an intensive English program designed to prepare second language learners to study in universities in the United States. The program can also be useful for people who wish to improve their English skills for their jobs. There are four proficiency levels, from Elementary (students who have studied English in their countries for a year or two) to Advanced (students who should be ready to enter WMU after one semester of English). A 15-week semester in the regular intensive program consists of 20 hours per week of classes: 5 hours of speaking/listening, 5 hours of grammar/communication, and 10 hours of an integrated reading/writing content-based class. The content class changes in the middle of the semester, giving each student two reading/writing subjects per semester.

Summer, 8-week session:
Tuition - $2,193.50
Student Fees - $60
Books - $200
Hospital/Medical Insurance - $208/$289
Application Fee - $100

Fall/Spring, 15-week session:
Tuition - $4,518
Student Fees - $120
Books - $200
Hospital/Medical Insurance - $468/$442
Application Fee - $100

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