Public education and American culture

Conversation & American Culture

Program Highlights

  • Three-week sessions: July, and August only
  • Conversational English classes and cultural activities will build skills in public speaking, group dynamics, and more through integrated weekly themes
  • Up to 15 hours of classroom instruction and cultural activities per week
  • Small, interactive classes (average 15 students) with mixed levels
  • Meet American youth volunteers to practice English and learn about American culture

Admissions Requirements

  • All English language levels, from upper beginning and beyond, are welcome.
  • No TOEFL or IELTS exam requirements. Students will be tested and placed into the appropriate level upon arrival.
  • Minimum age: 14 (for individuals); 12 (for a member of an organized group)

About the Program

Improve your skills and build your confidence in English conversation with our Conversation and American Culture (CAC) program. In the mornings, learn English skills through interactive group work; then, in the afternoons and on weekends, experience American culture and take optional trips. Improve your public speaking and make friends in and out of the classroom through integrated themes:

  • Week 1: Multiculturalism and Team Work
  • Week 2: Cultural Values and Teamwork
  • Week 3: Comparative Cultural Learning and Reflection)

The estimated cost for the program is based upon course tuition, fees, housing and other expenses.

Tuition Fees 2015/2016
Three weeks $1, 500
Other Costs
Application Fee (first quarter;
nonrefundable)
$200
Student Services Fee $100
Medical Insurance (per week)

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