International English Institute - Nashville

640 Spence Lane, Suite 121 - Nashville

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Hello! Welcome to International English Institute (IEI)!

Do you want to study English in the United States?

Are you looking for the best place to study English?

Since 1977 we have over 35 years of experience teaching English. During this time, we have taught more than 7,100 students from over 110 countries. We have alumni all over the world. We think it is easier to learn another language in a country where everyone speaks that language. We plan our program to help you get the most from the English-speaking environment here.

Our program is for:

people who want to prepare to go to an American college or university for undergraduate or graduate school
people who need to learn English for their work
people who want to learn English to travel
people who just want to learn English for pure fun and intellectual challenge
people who want to learn about the culture of the United States
people who want to meet other people from around the world in an English-speaking setting
people who already live in the United States and want to improve their English

  • Airport/Station transfer
  • Student counselling
  • Host family accommodation
  • Own apartment
  • Shared Apartment
  • Dancing
  • Cooking
  • Cultural tourism (theater, museum, etc.)
  • Historical sightseeing
  • On campus events
  • University student social events
  • Local cultural events (festivals, etc.)

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This course is for students aged: 16-70
Levels: Advanced, Basic, Intermediate
Class Sizes: Large, 11-20 students, Medium, 6-10 students, One-to-One, Small, 2-5 students
Weekly Hours: General 15-25 hrs/wk
Curriculum of Our Course

The Curriculum is divided into six levels - beginning with level one for students who have no prior knowledge of English and ending at level six with students who are advanced users of the English language.

Full-time students take four or five courses per day (20 to 25 hours per week). This includes one hour of Speaking, of Listening, of Reading, of Writing, and of Grammar for each level.

The Speaking, Writing, and Grammar classes are group classes in a classroom with students working together communicatively and learning from each other as well as from the teacher.

Writing classes in Levels Four, Five, and Six use the Computer Lab for Internet Research and Word Processing.

The Listening and Reading classes are individualized in a lab with each student working individually on individual needs with a lab director.

Levels One through Five provide a basic foundation in English for all students. Level Six allows a student to concentrate on skills and English necessary for particular needs: personal, professional, business, or academic.
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This course is for students aged: 16-70
Location Type: University campus
Levels: Basic
Weekly Hours: General 15-25 hrs/wk
English for Academic Purposes

Students who are planning to attend colleges and universities in the United States are given focused help. Initially, the academic director interviews such students and outlines for each individual student a plan and a time table for achieving this goal. The plan includes:

Preparation for the TOEFL Test , TOEIC Test , or Michigan Test (MELAB)
including linguistic preparation and practice in general test-taking skills and specific skills these tests in the paper version and the new computer-based version
Linguistic preparation for successful completion of university programs through concentration on reading skills, writing skills (including a research paper), lecture note-taking skills, and classroom discussion skills
Cross-cultural counseling about United States university culture and life--the "American" academic world
Assistance in researching and choosing a college or university
Assistance in applying to specific colleges and universities

The Curriculum is divided into six levels - beginning with level one for students who have no prior knowledge of English and ending at level six with students who are advanced users of the English language.

Full-time students take four or five courses per day (20 to 25 hours per week). This includes one hour of Speaking, of Listening, of Reading, of Writing, and of Grammar for each level.

The Speaking, Writing, and Grammar classes are group classes in a classroom with students working together communicatively and learning from each other as well as from the teacher.

Writing classes in Levels Four, Five, and Six use the Computer Lab for Internet Research and Word Processing.

The Listening and Reading classes are individualized in a lab with each student working individually on individual needs with a lab director.

Levels One through Five provide a basic foundation in English for all students. Level Six allows a student to concentrate on skills and English necessary for particular needs: personal, professional, business, or academic.
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