14 Week Program
7 Week Program (Session A)
7 Week Program (Session B)
10 Week Program
5 Week Program (Session A)
5 Week Program (Session B)
Application Fee: $200
Health Center Fee: $170
Student Association Fees:
Tuition Costs (not including housing or health insurance)
Health Insurance Costs (subject to change)
If you have completed high school in good academic standing, you may register for the IELP bycompleting the instructions below. We advise you to apply in advance of the program start datein order to secure housing and an F-1 student visa.
PLEASE NOTE: The tuition balance must be paid within 10 days prior to the start of the program. Be sure that you have read the Cancellation and Refund Policy. The ELA will send you a letter of acceptance and I-20 form afterreceiving all documents and your application fee. You will take your I-20 form to the U.S. Embassy orConsulate to obtain your F-1 student visa. Be sure that you have read the ELA Enrollment, Cancellation, Withdrawal and Refund Policy. If you have any questions please contact: [email protected].
When you arrive at the ELA, you will be given a test to measure your proficiency in: Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. You will be placed in one of six levels. Once classes begin, your instructors will give a short assessment test in each class to be sure you are appropriately placed.
Once the term is complete, you will be re-tested to determine the progress you have made over the course of thesemester.
Once you are placed in the classes appropriate for your skill level, you will receive a schedule of classes. Your Student Advisor will go over this schedule with you. Should you want to move up to a higher level, you will be required to take a diagnostic test for each class you wish to change.
Note: Students who arrive later than the day required for Orientation and Check-in will not be able to transfer in or out of classes once they receive their schedule.
The ELA offers approximately 18-24 hours of classroom instruction per week at each level. To maintain your student visa, you must attend a minimum of 18 hours of classes per week. In addition to the core courses in reading, writing, listening, speaking, grammar, and TOEFL, the ELA offers a variety of other courses designed to make learning English fun and interesting.
Make your dreams come true of studying English in the United States at the English Language Academy.