To Test or Not to Test – English Proficiency for US University Study

There are two ways for a foreign student to prove his or her English proficiency for acceptance into a university or college in the US: 1. The first option is to enroll in an ESL school with a university preparation program offering letters of conditional acceptance into a US university. This means that if the student moves through the English […]

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What’ll it Be, IELTS or iBTOEFL? – English Language Proficiency Tests for US University Admittance

As a college-bound international student you’ve probably heard of the TOEFL and IELTS tests. One of these tests is typically required as proof of English language proficiency for college or university entrance. So which one should you take? Well, that depends. Most schools in the United States, the UK, Australia and New Zealand will accept […]

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What’s the CEO Doing in English Class? Business English Courses in a Global Age

Today more than ever, the global business community communicates in English. As a result, business people around the world at all levels and of all ages take English classes in language schools at home and abroad or even in classes at work or in their own office. They do this in order to get that next promotion, […]

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Fighting For You: Keeping Accredited Intensive English Programs Legit

On December 1st, the AAIEP (American Association of Intensive English Programs) announced that House Bill 2361 had been passed in the U.S. House of Representatives. This legislation requires that all Intensive English Programs be accredited before being allowed to issue I-20’s. An I-20 is an official government document that certifies the individual is eligible to […]

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