Established in 1979, the English Language Institute (ELI) provides linguistic, academic, and cultural support for the University of Delaware's foreign students, scholars, and professionals. The ELI's services include English language instruction, language testing, cultural orientation, and foreign student advisement. Course offerings include Intensive English, English for Academic Purposes, Business English, Legal English, Study Tours, American Culture, and Teacher Training. One of the ELI's principle objectives is to promote and celebrate cultural diversity both on campus and in the community. The ELI is a proud member of UCIEP, a U.S. consortium of University and College Intensive English Programs known for its high professional standards and quality English language instruction.
-- Private tutoring available to all full- time ELI students free-of-charge
-- Consistently ranked among the top ESL programs in the United States
-- No TOEFL? No Problem! Go through our Conditional Admissions Program to prepare for your studies at a university in the United States - no TOEFL required!
-- Newark's safe and exciting location – enjoy historic museums, tax-free shopping and visit the nearby cities of Philadelphia or Baltimore
We offer our general English courses through our Intensive English Program (IEP) for students who are 17 or older. We offer sessions every 2 months, so you can come to study when you want throughout the year, and for as long as you want! Different tracks of English study for this program include general English, English for Academic Purposes, Business English, and English through American Culture. Private tutoring is also included in the tuition price, as well as listening laboratory hours and time in the Self-Access Learning Center.
You can learn more on our website: www.udel.edu/eli/programs/iep/
The English Language Institute offers TOEFL preparation courses each session which are supplemental to the other course offerings. Students take the course once a week in the evening throughout the session in addition to their other English courses. We will also be offering an IELST preparation course starting in January 2016.
You can learn more about the TOEFL preparation course on our website: www.udel.edu/eli/programs/toefl-prep/
We offer many programs for Academic English preparation - English courses to prepare students to study at a university, for undergraduate or post-graduate programs, in the United States.
We offer a Conditional Admissions Program (CAP) to prepare students - and no TOEFL is required for students who go through this program! We also offer an Accelerated University English Program (AUEP), and also our Intensive English Program with the English for Academic Purposes track of study and an optional/supplemental TOEFL preparation course. For students who plan to study an MBA, we offer a Pre-MBA English program as well.
For high school age students, we also offer a program called Edge-ELI where students who are still in high school can take 5 weeks of an English course and also a university course for credit - and those credits can transfer to other universities. Through this program, students live with American students and take classes with them, and they also participate in workshops to help them with the college application process, learning about university resources, and more.
You can view information about each of these programs on our website: www.udel.edu/eli/programs/eap/
Medium, 6-10 students, One-to-One, Small, 2-5 students
We offer a few different programs for English for professionals. One is our Pre-MBA program for students who are preparing to study an MBA in the U.S..
We also offer a program for law students, current lawyers, judges, and any other legal professionals called the American Law and Legal English Institute (ALLEI) program. We even have a new program for medical professionals.
You can find information about all of these programs on our website: www.udel.edu/eli/programs/professional/
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