The Intensive English Program began in 1951, and has flourished ever since. We are proud to be celebrating our 65th anniversary this year. The IEP sees students from all over the world, including China, Kuwait, Italy, Venezuela, etc.
The Intensive English program prepares international students for success in the American university system. They will learn skills in reading, writing, presentations, and oral communications.
The program offers 5 levels of instruction. Each level lasts one session. There are six session start dates throughout the year. The full sessions begin in August, January, and May, and last 12 weeks. The mid sessions begin in October, February, and June, and last 6 weeks. Only first-time students may start with a mid session. Returning students must complete full sessions.
There will be an exam week at the end of the semester, before the Certificate Ceremony. Orientation for each semester will begin the week before the first day of classes. Placement exams will be given during orientation to determine the starting level of each student. The completion of level 5 at the IEP satisfies the undergraduate English requirement for the University of Miami.
The start date is the first day of orientation for new students. The end date is the day of the Certificate Ceremony. Click here to see the full academic calendar.
Summer 2017- Mid Session
June 22, 2017 – August 11, 2017
Fall 2017- Full Session
August 29, 2017 – December 8, 2017
Fall 2017- Mid Session
October 12, 2017 – December 8, 2017
Spring 2018- Full Session
January 8, 2018 – April 20, 2018
Spring 2018- Mid Session
February 22, 2018 – April 20, 2018
The costs listed are for the academic year Fall 2016-Summer 2017. Fees will increase slightly each academic year. Click here for more information about fees.
Full Session Costs:
Mid Session Costs:
Program Sample Schedule
IEP students attend class Monday-Friday. Class meets in the morning and afternoon Monday-Thursday. There are only morning classes on Fridays. Class times vary depending on your level and section.
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