ESL Program, Loyola University Chicago:
Loyola University Chicago’s English as a Second Language (ESL) Program offers a rigorous, intensive language training program for people who are serious about learning English. With a progressive curriculum and 18 contact hours per week, the ESL Program is ideal for non-native English speakers preparing for undergraduate or graduate academic work in the United States.Email: Contact us below
Students receive support from experienced language instructors and enhance their English skills as a result of superior training and hands-on learning opportunities. ESL courses are offered during the regular academic year and in the summer. The ESL Program is also able to customize courses for groups who have particular language learning goals and needs.
ently ranked a top national university and best value by U.S. News & World Report, Loyola continues to advance the 450-year-old Jesuit tradition of rigorous academic study firmly grounded in the liberal arts. Loyola helps students prepare for meaningful careers with top academic programs in business, the sciences, and numerous other disciplines. Loyola also focuses on the development of the whole person - intellectually, socially, physically, and spiritually.
ESL Courses in Chicago:
Loyola’s ESL courses prepare students for academic success at the university level. Each class provides students with the skills needed to help non-native speakers achieve advanced English language development. ESL Program students improve both their fluency and accuracy.
ESL courses focus on:
Reading & Vocabulary; Listening & Speaking; American English Pronunciation; Writing & Grammar; TOEFL Preparation; Business English
Additionally, ESL students develop technological competencies in their courses, learn how to create PowerPoint presentations, and navigate Blackboard, Loyola’s online course management system.
Benefits & Resources:
* Visa & immigration document processing assistance through the Office for International Programs
* English Conversation Partner Program
* Exceptional ESL Students: TOEFL/IELTS requirement waived under certain conditions
* International Conditional Admission Program
* ESL students may apply for on-campus housing.
* More than 175 student organizations