Study English Through Auburn Global

Seeking to improve your English speaking, writing, reading, and listening skills in a traditional campus setting? Whether your goals are professional, personal or cultural, Auburn Global offers study options that will fit your unique needs as an international student.

Benefits to You:

  • A traditional campus experience: As a General English student, you will experience life on campus and in the U.S., while advancing your English-language skills.
  • No test score required: There is no academic or language requirement for admission to the General English program. Students may be accepted without a language test.

Program Description

Through the General English program, students benefit from courses that focus on two areas: strengthening students’ English-language skills and enhancing their knowledge of U.S. academic and regional culture.

Program Structure

During the program, students will take:

  • Reading and Writing: 5 hours
    Students focus on high-interest topics and develop skills they can use for personal or academic purposes.
  • Speaking and Listening: 5 hours
    Students gain skills to succeed in and our of the classroom through collaborative learning activities.
  • Topics in American Culture: 10 hours
    Students explore topics from American music to U.S. government through classroom activites, events, and visits to local sites.

 

Total weekly program hours = 20 hours 

Program Details

Program LengthProgram CurriculumEntry RequirementsCredits Earned Towards Degre
Varies based on level of English proficiency and intake period.
Session I (Full Semester Start)16 weeks (8 weeks during summer)Listening and Speaking

Reading and Writing

Topics in American Culture

There are no academic or language requirements for admission to the General English program. Students can be accepted without a language test.Not Applicable
Session II (Mid-Semester Start)8 weeks
Program LengthProgram Curriculum
Varies based on level of English proficiency and intake period.
Session I (Full Semester Start)16 weeks (8 weeks during summer)Listening and Speaking

Reading and Writing

Topics in American Culture

Session II (Mid-Semester Start)8 weeks
Entry RequirementsCredits Earned Towards Degre
There are no academic or language requirements for admission to the General English program. Students can be accepted without a language test.Not Applicable

Important Dates

Program SessionDeadlineSpring 2020Summer 2020Fall 2020
Session I (Full Semester Start)Application DeadlineDecember 5, 2019April 15, 2020July 14, 2020
Move-In DateJanuary 2, 2020May 13, 2020August 11, 2020
Program Start DateJanuary 2, 2020May 14, 2020August 12, 2020
Session II (Mid-Semester Start)Application DeadlineJanuary 30, 2020N/ASeptember 8, 2020
Move-In DateFebruary 27, 2020N/AOctober 6, 2020
Program Start DateFebruary 28, 2020N/AOctober 7, 2020

GENERAL ENGLISH PROGRAM COSTS

Program SessionSpringSummer 2020Fall 2020
Session I (Full Semester Start)$7,600$7,600$7,600
Session II (Mid-Semester Start)$3,800N/A$3,800
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Housing Costs in Detail

Those interested in studying English through Auburn Global can choose from a variety of excellent off-campus housing options to suit their needs and preferences. Please note that housing costs are not included in tuition.

Ready to begin your English learning journey with Auburn Global?