ESLI's mission: Building a better global community by connecting people and cultures through international language study.
We partner with universities in the U.S. and Canada to offer students opportunities to learn English, gain admittance to their field of study, and assist them in achieving their academic goals. ESLI stresses the development of academic English in order to prepare students for success in North American universities. Our partner universities offer conditional admission to ESLI students, and ESLI graduates are never asked to take a TOEFL or IELTS exam. ESLI students are automatically admitted to the university upon completion of the language program. ESLI offers hundreds of degree programs, undergraduate and graduate scholarships only available to international students, and a simplified application process in order to put goals within reach.
Our faculty and staff are trained and focused on providing the skills necessary for success with university study at the undergraduate and graduate levels. In addition, international students gain the skills and confidence to navigate a new culture and the rigors of higher education.
At ESLI, we believe in the power of meaningful connections. When we embrace diversity and form strong relationships between cultures, our world becomes a better place. We offer a unique approach to English study that allows our students to integrate into North American schools fully.
Past ESLI Partners include:
- Eastern State University
- Full Sail Institute
- Humboldt State University
- McNeese State
- Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
- Sullivan University
- Texas A&M Corpus Christi
- Trinity Western University
- University of Kentucky
- University of Minnesota Duluth
- University of Southern Indiana
- University of Wisconsin Superior
- Western Kentucky University
- West Texas A&M University
Read for comprehension, response, analysis, and evaluation.
Compose research-based essays and thorough written responses.
Construct comprehensive language with the building blocks of communication.
Speaking and Listening
Build a research-based presentation and take notes during a lecture.