Develop & Expand Your English Language Skills
Located on the beautiful University of San Diego campus, the English Language Academy offers a residential summer program for non-native English speakers who are between the ages of 13 and 17. The program attracts students from all over the world, and provides them with an opportunity to practice their language skills in and out of the classroom. In-class instruction includes skill development in reading/writing and listening/speaking in classes with an average of 8 students, maximum of 10! Outside of class, students can use their new skills as they participate in cultural afternoon workshops, field trips, activities and social events in the afternoon and on weekends.
- An intensive all-English environment to practice and refine language skills
- Participation in field trips, sporting activities and social events provide opportunities to interact with local community
Who Should Attend: Non-native English speakers who are between 13 and 17 years of age
Academic Schedule: The program offers flexible start dates with 2, 3, and 4-week options and consists of 17 hours of language instruction in the morning, Cultural Workshops in the afternoon, field trips, activities and social events in the afternoon and on weekends.
Individual Direct Bookings
|5 or 6-Weeks||Contact Program Director||Contact Program Director|
|* See details below||*LA Trip Included||*LA Trip (Optional - $400)|
|Schedule and fees subject to change. Students must enroll in program directly and not through an international agency. Full payment is required when students register online.|
*LA Trip Details: a 3-day weekend, 2-night trip to Los Angeles July 30-August 1, 2021 (which includes visiting famous sights & entrance into Disneyland). Students attending the trip must plan to depart San Diego August 8, 2021. If students do wish to depart on August 1, 2021, it must be from LAX.
Airport Transfer Assistance: please contact Program Director.
International Agency or Group Bookings: Contact Program Director, Francine Chemnick at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (619) 260-7621 for a quote.
Residential Accommodations: Students stay in the university’s student residence halls. They are modern, clean and comfortable apartments, generally for eight students in twin-study bedrooms with two en-suite bathrooms and a living area. Each residence has its own reception area, round-the-clock security, vending machines and laundry facilities. Residential students have full-board which includes three meals per day.
Homestay Accommodations: Single and double rooms with an American host family, breakfast & dinner with family and lunches on campus Monday-Friday.
Instructors: USD faculty and experienced staff provide a stimulating and participative learning environment.
Applies Towards the Following Certificate(s), Professional Programs and Series
- Summer International Junior Program : Core Courses - To Enroll and Learn More Click the Course Below