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Intensive English Language Program (IELP)
Fargo, United States
Application Terms: Fall,
Spring,
Summer
Application Deadlines & Degree Dates: Click here to view
Estimated Costs: Fall,
Spring,
Summer
Fact Sheet:
English Proficiency Requirement: 70% average in previous English coursework (min. 1 year), IELTS: 4.0, TOEFL: 40 (433 paper test)
 Minimum Grade Point Average:
2.50/4.0
Academic Credits: 20 credits/semester Class Instruction Type: Lecture/Lab/Other
Application Details:
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The Intensive English Language Programs (IELP) at NDSU are offered each Fall, Spring, and Summer term to high/secondary school graduates interested in studying advanced English or for individuals who wish to come to the United States to improve their English proficiency.

Prospective students must have studied English previously and be at the intermediate or advanced level of ability. This program is also required for undergraduate students who wish to apply for conditional admission.

 

Program Features:

  • Native English speakers

  • Individual classroom instruction

  • One-on-one tutoring program

  • Access to all university activities and facilities

  • Conditional admission option to an undergraduate academic program (requires additional application process and course payment)
     

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Application Deadlines / Degree Dates:
Term Year Application Deadline Decision Date Degree Start Date Degree End Date
Fall 2014 06/01/2014** Rolling Admission 08/20/2014 05/17/2019
Spring 2015 11/01/2014** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance/processing of this application and be able to complete Admitted/Processed requirements prior to the term's application deadline.