Intensive English Program: Part-Time Option and Mini-Session Option  


 
For qualified students who require a shorter time commitment either in
terms of daily schedule or term length, the IEI offers two options on the
Intensive English Track.

These options are NOT available to students on the  Conditional Admission Track.

 

Part-time Study at the Intensive English Institute in the Fall and Spring Semesters

Program Description:

Students who are interested in studying during the mornings only at the Intensive English Institute can apply for our part-time program.

Requirements:

Students who qualify for this program must be 18 years of age or older and must have graduated from high school. In addition, they are typically U.S. citizens, U.S. residents, spouses/adult family members of international students and visiting scholars at the IEI and at FAU (F2, J2 visas), and other temporary residents whose visa does not restrict study. The I-20 is NOT issued for part-time study. Please consult with the IEI or International Services for additional information.

Semester Schedule

This course follows the Fall and Spring full-semester schedule of the Intensive English Track program.

This option is not available in Summer terms.

Course Duration

Fall and Spring Terms ONLY: 14 weeks

Weekly Schedule

Monday through Friday, morning only from 9:30 am until 12:20 pm.

Please review the course schedule for the available morning courses.

Extra-Curricular Activities Extra-curricular activities such as field trips, cultural events, Learning Lab, and Friday Afternoon Electives are NOT included in this program.
Application Fee $175 (non-refundable)
Tuition $3,000 per semester
Books $150 per semester (estimate)

 

Mini-Sessions at the Intensive English Institute

Program Description:

Mini-session students attend the IEI for the second half of each full term. They study full-time (23 hours per week) according to the weekly schedule for full-time Intensive English track students. They attend all extra-curricular activities; however, they are not able to join TOEFL or IELTS Preparation electives.

Requirements:

Students who qualify for this program must be 18 years of age or older, must have graduated from high school, and must be at intermediate level in English. Mini-session students have the same admission and immigration requirements as full-time students. Please consult with the IEI or International Services for additional information.

BEGINNING LEVEL ENGLISH IS NOT OFFERED IN THE MINI-SESSION.

STUDENTS AT THE BEGINNING LEVEL OF ENGLISH QUALIFY FOR FULL SESSIONS ONLY.

Important Dates

Fall 2017 Spring 2018 Summer 2018
 I-20 Application  Four weeks before orientation  Four weeks before orientation  Four weeks before orientation
Testing and Orientation 

Friday, October 13

12:30 pm 

Friday, March 9

8:30 am

 Friday, June 22

12:30 pm

Class Begins   Monday, October 16  Monday, March 12  Monday, June 25
Class Ends 

 Friday, December 8

Changed due to Hurricane Irma

 Friday, April 27  Friday, August 3
Course Duration

7 weeks

Weekly Schedule

Fall 2017:

Monday - Thursday, 9:30 - 3:30; Friday 9:30 - 12:20 (23 hours per week)

Spring 2018:

Monday - Thursday, 9:30 - 3:00; Friday, 9:30 - 12:20 (22-23 hours per week depending on level)

Extra-Curricular Activities

Extra-curricular activities such as field trips, cultural events, Learning Lab, and Friday Afternoon Electives are included in this program.

Mini-session students are not eligible for IELTS or TOEFL preparation courses.

Application Fee $175 (non-refundable)
Tuition $2,000 per semester
Insurance Mini-session students are required to have health insurance. They may purchase it from FAU's provider or they may fill out the Alternate Insurance Compliance form to register their equivalent health insurance policy. Please see the application forms page.
Books $300 per semester (estimate)

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