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Self-Directed English Language Goals

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English Language Goals

Programs

Enroll in programs that will meet your goals through our EAPP Program.

Pre-arrival Placement Program

Pre-arrival Placement Program

Tulane's free program for incoming international students introduces you to the academic language of American university life. Regardless of your country of origin, adjusting to university life is often a challenging experience. This two-week course is designed to give you a chance to interact in English with your Tulane peers so that you have the confidence and preparation to perform at your best. It can be completed online at your residence during a two-week summer session. Email Robert Connor, PhD at LearnEng@tulane.edu for more information.

  • Undergraduate Students Online Program: May 13-24, 2019
  • Graduate Students Online Program: July 15-26, 2019

Summer Intensive Courses

Intensive & Non-Credit (INC) English Program

The INC English program is designed to meet the continuing English language needs of Tulane University affiliates inside and outside of traditional undergraduate degree programs for students who have a first language other than English.

The INC English curriculum is presented in one month long intensive blocks which include an orientation and skill assessment specific to the area of language development for their particular course. All courses offered focus on the four modalities of language development: writing, speaking, listening and reading.

There is a full-time option with 21 contact hours per week and a part-time option that offers up to 10 hours per week. All courses include: Individual work assignments, group work, projects and presentations. Classes focus on basic course content and additionally include useful skills such as: Reading In Depth, American English Conversation, Idioms in American Life and Grammar for Communication.

Classes run both during the day and evening and are split between the Uptown and Downtown campuses

Who: International Students of any level (graduate or undergraduate) who find that they need additional intensive work focusing on English language development.

Dates: Session 1-2018: January 7th – March 14th, 2019

            Session 2-2018: April 2nd – May 1st, 2019

            Session 3-2018: July 8th – July 26th, 2019

            Session 4-2018: July 29th – August 16th, 2019

            Session 5-2018: September 3rd - September 20th, 2019

            Session 6-2018: September 30th – October 18th, 2019

            Session 7-2018: October 28th - November 15th, 2019

            Session 8-2018: November 25th – December 13th, 2019

Credits: Non-Credit courses

Tuition Cost: $525 per block for full-time, or $50 per teaching hour for part-time (roughly $150 for a class that meets 3 times a week for a month) 

Sign up for information at this link: https://tinyurl.com/IncE2018

Fall Programs
  • See INC English programs above
  • EAPP 1000: August 26 - December 6, 2019
  • EAPP 1050: August 26 - December 6, 2019
  • SCEN 7650 Speaking for ITA's: August 26 - December 6, 2019
  • Special MBA and Law Program: Fall 
  • Non-credit Continuing Enrichment Program: See INC English programs above
Panama Bilingue
This is a joint venture between Tulane University and the Panamanian Ministry of Education. Panamanian primary and secondary English teachers come study at Tulane for eight weeks, where they learn about U.S. culture, receive advanced English instruction, and fine-tune their English-teaching capabilities. Our goal is to increase English competency as well as improve English pedagogy. Students come to Tulane twice a year- in spring and fall.
 
 

TA Evaluation

Portfolio

Display your proficiency to employers and grad schools through our English Language Passport system.

The English Language Passport (ELP) is a unifying system that guides the students’ learning by setting language targets and documenting their progress. Based on the Council of Europe’s European Language Portfolio, the ELP is an online portfolio of files that displays the English proficiency of the learner by linking documents that meet the language targets.

Similar European versions of this can be found at http://www.webcef.eu/ and http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/education/elp/ELP-REG/Default_EN.asp

The EAPP courses will help you make documents to display to potential schools and employers. Below are three examples:

 

For additional information, contact us: learneng@tulane.edu