The Intensive English course is designed to enhance learners’ ability to read critically, discuss effectively, and cohesively present ideas in writing. To this end, the goal of the curriculum is to aid learners in achieving a balance of language skills, which allows them to perform competently and on par with their native English-speaking peers. In addition, the curriculum aims to prepare learners for U.S. academic culture and studying abroad.

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The Intensive English course is designed to enhance learners’ ability to read critically, discuss effectively, and cohesively present ideas in writing. To this end, the goal of the curriculum is to aid learners in achieving a balance of language skills, which allows them to perform competently and on par with their native English-speaking peers. In addition, the curriculum aims to prepare learners for U.S. academic culture and studying abroad.

The Intensive English course is designed to enhance learners’ ability to read critically, discuss effectively, and cohesively present ideas in writing. To this end, the goal of the curriculum is to aid learners in achieving a balance of language skills, which allows them to perform competently and on par with their native English-speaking peers. In addition, the curriculum aims to prepare learners for U.S. academic culture and studying abroad.

The Intensive English course is designed to enhance learners’ ability to read critically, discuss effectively, and cohesively present ideas in writing. To this end, the goal of the curriculum is to aid learners in achieving a balance of language skills, which allows them to perform  competently and on par with their native English-speaking peers. In addition, the curriculum aims to prepare learners for U.S. academic culture and studying abroad.
The Intensive English course is designed to enhance learners’ ability to read critically, discuss effectively, and cohesively present ideas in writing. To this end, the goal of the curriculum is to aid learners in achieving a balance of language skills, which allows them to perform  competently and on par with their native English-speaking peers. In addition, the curriculum aims to prepare learners for U.S. academic culture and studying abroad.