A new Master's of Science in Education with emphasis in Social Justice program is now available at The University of Southern Mississippi. This one-year program provides a foundation in education research, tools to think about critical issues in education, and experience in social justice educational practices and research. If you are interested in equity, civil rights, social justice, and educational research/practice, in this flexible M.S. program you will deepen your theoretical understanding while gaining practical experiences and skills.
Washington & Jefferson College is currently accepting applications to our English Language Institute, both for our Summer Short Term Intensive English program (June 23-August 8) as well as our semester and academic year ELI programs. Conditional admission is available to students seeking to enroll in W&J's full-time bachelor's degree program.
International Summer Sessions at University of California, Davis now offers courses and workshops designed to help international students prepare for graduate study in the United States. Visiting students can sharpen their language skills by enrolling in summer classes in their major or Summer English Language Studies courses in Academic Reading and Writing, Academic Preparation and American Culture.
In addition, enrolled students will have the opportunity to attend a free workshop series on the graduate school application process. Topics include “Applying to Graduate School,” “Tips for Writing a Statement of Purpose” and “The UC Davis Graduate School Application.”
Students must enroll in a minimum of six units in one or both sessions and can choose from courses in more than 75 departments. To be eligible, students must have graduated from high school and must have an English proficiency score of 80 iBT (or equivalent).
• Summer Session 1: June 20 to August 1 (Application Deadline: May 9)
• Summer Session 2: August 1 to September 12 (Application Deadline: June 20)
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Get ready to apply for fall 2015 MBA admission.
The Neeley School offers free GMAT Prep Classes as a service to our applicants. The course provides an overview of what to expect on the exam. Registrants are required to purchase the Official Guide to GMAT Prep, 13th Edition.
Join us for Syracuse Law's LL.M. Admissions Webinar on Wednesday, April 30 at 8:00 a.m. (New York Time) at: http://webconference.syr.edu/LLM
Syracuse Law's LL.M. program is hosting an LL.M. Admissions Webinar for students interested in learning more about the LL.M. in American Law program. We will discuss the application process, conditional admission, English proficiency, academic opportunities, the New York State Bar Exam - and much more!
The Minnesota International Student Association (MISA) organized their first Cultural Bazaar to showcase the different student groups and associations around the U of MN and celebrate cultural diversity.
This video was created by a current UMN student, Valeria Lopez.
Check out this fun event!
For more information about The Minnesota International Student Association visit: https://www.facebook.com/misa.umn?fref=ts.
Berkeley Law is pleased to announce its first online course: Fundamentals of U.S. Law with faculty member Bill Fernholz. Registration is open now for the six-week course, which introduces participants to the American legal system and the common-law method of case analysis.
Register now to experience engaging, student-centered online learning from one of the United States' premier law schools.
We are currently receiving applications for Summer 2014 courses for undergraduate and graduate credit. We welcome college students, teachers and all adult learners in our larger community.
Here is one sample online English seminar course for first year university students:
May 27 – July 2, 2014
The Hunger Games: Young Adult Dystopia in Popular Culture
This course is designed to develop the skills of careful reading and effective writing essential to success in undergraduate study.
Writing the university application essay is one of the most important and challenging parts of the U.S. admissions process. The University of Pennsylvania’s English Language Programs is excited to now offer our Writing the University Application Essay (UAE) course in a 5-week online format!
Through our Writing the University Application Essay (UAE) course, we offer international students a meaningful step-by-step process to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to write an effective and memorable personal statement. UAE has been offered through our University Connection Program for over 10 years, and has helped hundreds of students reach their goals for admission.
Course dates: June 2, 2014 – July 3, 2014
Application deadline: May 1, 2014
This July, GW will offer two specialized Washington in the World programs for undergraduate students; one focused on issues of gender and the status of women around the world, the other on U.S. politics in a global environment. Students enroll in two courses for each program, gaining a foundation in the chosen subject’s theory, while also applying their knowledge to real world issues. Coursework incorporates site visits around Washington, D.C. to relevant institutions in politics and advocacy.
Washington in the World programs are only two of the opportunities available to international students at The George Washington University this summer. With over 650 summer courses to choose from, including English for Academic Purposes classes, international students have a range of choices for academics, while also experiencing all that summer in Washington, D.C. has to offer. Applications for all programs are available online: http://summer.gwu.edu/apply. Apply today!
The University of North Florida application deadline has been extended to June 1 for international students.
If you have any students still exploring their options please encourage them to contact me as soon as possible. The University of North Florida is a place where incredible educational opportunities meet a particularly personal atmosphere. Here, students can engage in rigorous academic course work as well as enjoy an exciting social life in the beautiful atmosphere of northern Florida.
Please, feel free to look over our online view book and explore more about UNF and our degree options: http://unfadmissions.uberflip.com/i/147346.
Good news! The University of Baltimore has just announced a new program that gives all first-time, full-time freshmen the opportunity to take advantage of a tuition-free final semester. For more information click on the link below.
This summer lawyers and law students trained outside of the U.S. can study international arbitration law at Penn State Law. Taught by arbitration scholar and expert Professor Thomas Carbonneau, “Arbitration Workshop – Legal Counselling in International Arbitration” will run from June 30 to July 11. Students who complete the Arbitration Workshop will learn the terms and concepts of arbitration law and will practice applying the law through mock transactional experiences. This 3-credit course, primarily clinical in character, will introduce students to an international commercial venture involving construction or the sale of goods.
Colorado Mesa University plans to open a BridgePathways center on its campus in Grand Junction this summer. The university commits to providing international students with the tools they will need to succeed in their education and cultural experience at a U.S. experience. BridgePathways will provide CMU's international students with the added advantage of an intensive academic English curriculum that is designed to prepare students for university assignments. BridgePathways at CMU will have six start dates throughout the year, offering 8-week terms, and conditional admission to the university will be available to qualified students.
Colorado Mesa University, located in the beautiful high-desert country of western Colorado, offers more than 60 undergraduate majors and has extensive options for international students both in and out of the classroom.
The University of Pennsylvania, English Language Programs’ new 4-week Summer English Institute provides a foundation for university-level English. Students receive an introduction to academic content-based language, and experience life and culture at a U.S. university. Weekly guest lectures from Penn professors offer students a unique university experience.
Program dates: July 7 – August 1
Application deadline: May 30