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Educational and Cultural Interactions - ECI - Oklahoma City
About Educational and Cultural Interactions - ECI - Oklahoma City
Educational and Cultural Interactions (ECI) was founded in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in 1996. ECI English Language Program exists to serve international students by preparing them for the academic, social, and cultural challenges of life in American colleges and universities. Students 16 and older are welcome to attend the program.
ECI main campus is in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and the branch campuses in Dallas, Texas.
Both campuses are accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET), and the Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA). ECI is a member of American Association of Intensive English language Programs (AAIEP). ECI is approved by the State Regents of Higher Education of the State of Oklahoma.
ECI English Language Program offers an academic curriculum and exceptional student services. ECI English Language Program has qualified instructors who hold Masterâ€™s degree in TESOL or Linguistics or related field with minimum of two years ESL teaching experience.
Both cammpuses deliver one curriculum and apply one unified assessment procedure to measure student progress.
ECI works with many universities to assist the students as they transition from languagestudies to university studies.
We welcome you to experience our Program: you will gain an excellent academic English preparedness as well as an exceptional cultural and social experience, whether you are studying at the Oklahoma City campus or the Dallas campus.
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This course is for students aged: 16-70
Weekly Hours: General 15-25 hrs/wk, Intensive 25+ hrs/wk
ECI-ELP is an Intensive English Language Program designed to prepare non-native speakers of English with the necessary language skills to achieve academic and social success in American colleges and universities. The Program consists of twelve (12) levels plus four (4) Superior English classes, plus 16 academic elective classes.
Each session is four (4) weeks long and corresponds to one of the levels above. ESL 101 assumes no prior knowledge of English and completion of ESL 304 indicates language-level readiness for entry into American academia. When a student is accepted into our program, that student is administered an initial placement test, and the results of the placement test will help E.C.I. to place each student in the appropriate level that corresponds with their current knowledge of English.