Intensive English Program

Our Program:

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ICILS offers an Intensive English Program that meets the needs of ESL students. The courses are appropriate for students who want to improve their English skills before studying in academic areas and for students who want to communicate more effectively with English speakers. Classes are taught in English by experienced teachers. This allows for enhanced student/teacher interaction with a curriculum that supports continuous progress.

 

The goal of our ESL program is to equip our students with the language skills they need for educational or career advancement.

The program is currently offered to intermediate  and advanced level students.  The program is divided into three sessions per semester. Each session will concentrate on a designated English skill, involving 18 hours a week of instructional time and homework exercises.

 

Grading Scale:

Student grades will be based on a 100 point scale.  Students will receive a progress report during the mid-point of each session.  Students will also be able to access their grades online.  Grades will be given for each individual course taken during the session.  Students must receive a grade of at least 70% to pass the individual course.  Students will be able to take the next course on the same level without a passing grade for the previous course.  However, students must pass a specific course on the previous level before moving to that same course at the next level.  A final grade will be recorded at the end of each session.  Students will receive three independent grades if they attend classes for the entire semester.

Students having difficulty with any course or English skill are encouraged to attend tutorials or meet with their teacher before or after class.

 

 

ICILS does not offer academic degrees or certifications.