In preparation for Valentine’s Day on Sunday, February 14, Intensive English Program students at the University of Texas at Austin made lovely Valentine's cards to donate to needy children in central Texas.
UT Austin offers two unique intensive English programs:
ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROGRAM (ELP)
This program consists of seven levels, from beginner to advanced. Each level is divided into four courses- Listening/Speaking, Writing, Reading/Discussion, Grammar/Idioms. Our ELP program prepares students to enter university or college in the US, as well as preparing students who want to improve their English for personal or professional reasons. Students can choose intensive or part-time study depending on their visa.
ACADEMIC ENGLISH PROGRAM (AEP)
This program is designed for students who already hold a bachelor’s degree are preparing to enter a Master’s or Ph.D. program. AEP has four levels: low-intermediate, intermediate, high-intermediate, and advanced. The core AEP courses are: Academic Writing, Grammar and Idioms, Listening/Speaking, and Reading/Discussion. Our average class size is 12 students per class.
You can find University of Texas at Austin Intensive English Study Program details and tuition fees here.
Check Out These Schools
Start your U.S. adventure with Study in the USA
Learn About U.S. education financing, housing, and more
Career Premium Offers Virtual Internships for International Students. You can now apply for a virtual internship and prepare for the global workforce from anywhere in the world. Internships are extremely flexible and run throughout the year, so you c...
Summer plans suspended because of COVID-19? The deadline's approaching for TheInternGroup's virtual/remote global internship program. Gain professional experience, grow your network and make your resume shine from wherever you are this summer.
TestDEN's Online TOEFL Test Prep is just what you need to quickly and effectively prepare for the TOEFL test. Since 1998, TestDEN has helped tens of thousands of students raise their TOEFL scores.
Learn about American culture and education direct from our experts at Study in the USA. Read more