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Franklin University

43215-5399 201 S. Grant Ave.
(614) 797.4700 

Franklin University was founded in 1902. Franklin University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association; by the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE). Franklin enrolls more than 11,000 students annually. The average class size is 18. The school offers a wide variety of Undergraduate Majors and 3 Graduate Programs.


Franklin University’s English as a Second Language (ESL) Program helps to improve English language skills so that students are prepared for Franklin’s degree programs. You can start earning college credit in the Advanced Level ESL courses, and upon completion of the ESL Program, you can immediately enroll in a degree program. The ESL Program accepts anyone who has completed secondary school (or equivalent) and has received beginning instruction in English.

ESL Program Benefits:
- Practical English skills can be applied immediately – in class and in life
- Experienced faculty create a professional classroom environment
- Free placement tests, academic support, and tutoring save you money
- Small class sizes ensure personal attention
- Study full time at the Main Campus during the day, allowing for evening flexibility 
- Earn college credit through advanced ESL courses

Orientation Course (1 credit hour). Required course for those new to the United States and/or its university system. 
Level II: Intermediate: Intermediate Reading and Writing (8 credit hours); Intermediate Listening and Speaking (4 credit hours); Intermediate Pronunciation (2 credit hours)
Level III: High-Intermediate: High-Intermediate Reading and Writing (8 credit hours); High-Intermediate Listening and Speaking (4 credit hours). Advanced Pronunciation (2 credit hours)
Level IV: Advanced: Advanced Reading and Writing (6 credit hours); Advanced Listening and Speaking (6 credit hours)

$280 per credit hour

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