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Academic English (Academic English)

1. Age of participants: from 17 years

2. Duration:

  • for International Year One courses: 16 weeks
  • for Pre-Master's courses: 2 semesters
  • 3. Start of classes:

  • for International Year One courses: January, May, August
  • for Pre-Master's courses: January, May, August
  • 4. Level of English:

  • for the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program), the rates are lower than: IELTS 5.0, TOEFL 60, Pearson Versant 45, Password 5.0
  • For Pre-Master's programs (Master's Accelerator Program) the indicators are lower than: IELTS 6.0, TOEFL 74
  • 5. Language of instruction: English

    6. Participants: applicants entering the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program) and the Pre-Master's (Master's Accelerator Program).

    Especially for foreign students who need to improve the level of language, there are courses of academic English (Pre-Sessional English Program). Courses are held throughout the school year and are held before the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program) and the Pre-Master's (Master's Accelerator Program). The training lasts 16 weeks, during which students develop and improve their knowledge in all areas of linguistics:

  • Grammar and vocabulary
  • Oral speech
  • Listening
  • Letter
  • Skills of university studies and research.
  • Classes with students are conducted by professional teachers-native speakers. great attention is paid to developing the skills of preparing and presenting presentations, the ability to correctly use the vocabulary and clearly and correctly express their thoughts in English. Also during the training students get used to using the language in everyday life and study. By the end of the course, students significantly increase their level and pass to the main courses of the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program) and the Pre-Master's (Master's Accelerator Program).

    Tuition fees for Academic English programs:

  • Pre-Sessional English Program for the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program) = $ 6900 / semester
  • Pre-Sessional English Program for Pre-Master's (Master's Accelerator Program) = 6900 $ / 16 weeks.
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    The International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program).

    1. Age of participants: from 17 years

    2. Duration of the programs: 2 semesters (9 months), 3 semesters (12 months)

    3. Classes start: January, May, August

    4. Level of English:

    • The integrated program (Integrated Accelerator Program): IELTS 6.5 (indicators in all sections not below 6.0), TOEFL 79, Pearson Versant 69, Password 6.5
    • The academic program (Academic Accelerator Program): IELTS 5.5 (indicators in all sections not below 5.0), TOEFL 68, Pearson Versant 50, Password 5.5
    • Extended Accelerator Program: IELTS 5.0 (scores for all sections no lower than 4.5), TOEFL 60, Pearson Versant 45, Password 5.0

    5. Educational level: certificate of secondary (complete) general education

    6. Language of instruction: English.

    For foreign students, the transition from a school in their country to a university in the US can be associated with a number of difficulties related to the new language environment, a new level and style of instruction, and, finally, a new home and society. To minimize negative aspects of this transition and effective adaptation to the education and life system in the United States, the University has a special program, the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program), which combines the first year's adapted courses with additional academic support, English classes and a variety of cultural experiences . Depending on the level of English and academic proficiency, students enter one of three types of program:

    • Integrated Program (Integrated Accelerator Program (IAP)) (2 semesters)
    • Academic Accelerator Program (AAP)) (2 semesters)
    • Extended Program (Extended Accelerator Program (EAP)) (3 semesters).

    Students also choose the priority direction of the three presented:

    • The humanities, social sciences
    • Science, technology, engineering, mathematics
    • Business, economics and finance.

    According to the chosen direction, a list of disciplines and priorities is formed. Education starts in winter, spring or summer and lasts 2 or 3 standard academic semesters. The big plus of programs is that their participants do not lose the year of education, and immediately after the completion of the course they pass to the second year of the bachelor's degree in the chosen specialty.

    Learning characteristics:

    • Flexibility and variation. With the academic model adopted in the United States, students can change priorities and explore what interests them, vary courses and disciplines, which makes it possible to determine the choice of the future profession and interests
    • Special eduaction in English. Education in English helps to improve English and effectively prepares a student for transition to a basic educational program
    • Professional support team. Both the student and his family / representatives receive a full range of consultations at all levels, from the application process to obtaining a visa, and from the meeting at the airport before registering the SIM card. The support team consists of consultants for working with students, academic teachers, career advisers, academic advisers
    • Individual support. Students also receive unique personal support through the Auburn Global's classes,
    • The experience of participation in American culture. Students participate in various activities for successful adaptation and arrangement of social ties.

    All participants attend special seminars "To live, learn, grow", which are aimed at adapting to the education and life system in the city, state and country and are crucial for personal and professional growth, helps to ensure success at the University of Auburn and beyond. In addition, much attention is paid to the development of career skills - various seminars, interactive classes, practical classes aimed at developing active career and employment skills. University specialists are working to ensure that foreign students can get used to a completely new system for themselves, employment provides a solid foundation and foundation for the future process of job search and career growth. During the 2-semester programs, students recruit at least 24 credits, and during the 3-term program - not less than 30 credits. After the completion of the education, the students pass to the second year of the bachelor's degree.

    Types of programs and sample curriculum:

    Integrated Program (Integrated Accelerator Program (IAP)) (2 semesters).

    The 2-semester course is designed for students from all over the world who have a very high level of English. The course includes academic, cultural, professional and linguistic support, conducted through special courses on adaptation and academic disciplines. The credits are accrued for the studies, the students who graduated from the program pass to the second year of the bachelor's degree. Features of the course:

    • Designed for applicants who have a high level of English and knowledge of the disciplines
    • Access to fully integrated courses, selected in conjunction with the academic adviser, in accordance with the interests and career goals of each student
    • Professional advisers and mentors who help to access all the resources necessary for eduaction and work in the US
    • An advanced eduaction course for a career that helps to better adapt to the university, build relationships with fellow students and potential employers.

    Sample curriculum:

    1) Semester 1:

    • «To live, study, grow 1»
    • Advanced Written Speech
    • Introduction to microeconomics
    • World History 1
    • Algebra, pre-calculations, calculations
    • Introduction to Cinematography
    • Science in the direction of education(with laboratory work)

    2) Semester 2:

    • «To live, study, grow 2»
    • Public performance
    • World History 2
    • Global Geography
    • Science in the direction of learning 2 (with laboratory work)
    • For the direction "Humanities": English
    • For technical direction: Physics
    • For the direction of "Business": the fundamentals of macroeconomics.

    Academic Accelerator Program (AAP)) (2 semesters).

    The course for students who need English language development classes also includes all the sections of help and support. Students study the academic disciplines, adaptation workshops and classes in English. Features of the course:

    • The plan is developed taking into account the academic and language needs of each student. Help is provided on any necessary matters
    • Students earn credits throughout the year of study
    • Education in English, focused on the social and academic needs of the student (for example, special preparation for selected courses, such as mathematics and world history)
    • It is integrated with open and closed courses: students are engaged both with their fellow students, and with students from the United States.

    Sample plan:

    1) Semester 1:

    • «To live, study, grow 1»
    • English (language support)
    • Writing skills for foreign students
    • Principles of microeconomics
    • Mathematical Sciences: Algebra, Precomputing, Computing
    • Introduction to Movies
    • Science in the field (with laboratory work)

    2) Semester 2:

    • «To live, study, grow 2»
    • Advanced writing skills
    • World History (1st level)
    • Geography
    • Science in the field (with laboratory work)
    • Discipline for the direction "Humanities": English
    • Discipline for technical direction: physics
    • Discipline for the direction "Business": the fundamentals of macroeconomics.

    Extended Program (Extended Accelerator Program (EAP)) (3 semesters).

    3-semester advanced course for students who need extensive support in English. Includes academic studies, adaptation and intensive English classes. The program gives students a practical and cultural understanding of the university town of Auburn and the Auburn region through its contextual curriculum. Students receive loans and transfer to the second year of study. Features of education:

    • A unique educational experience with a contextual curriculum combining language, culture and academic knowledge
    • "Auburn in the World" is a unique course designed for foreign students, which deepens knowledge about life in the USA and gives you a complete idea of ​​the local community and the region
    • Comprehensive development of the English language through classes, academic advice and support
    • Comprehensive development in academic disciplines and subjects.

    Disciplines of the plan:

    1) Semester 1:

    • Adaptation workshop "To live, learn, grow"
    • English for Academic Purposes
    • Auburn in a global context: industry and society (with laboratory work)
    • Algebra and Computations

    2) Semester 2:

    • Adaptation workshop "To live, learn, grow"
    • English
    • Development of written language for foreign students
    • Principles of microeconomics
    • Mathematical Sciences: Algebra, Precomputing, Computing
    • Introduction to Movies
    • Science in the chosen field of study (with laboratory work)

    3) Semester 3:

    • Adaptation workshop "To live, learn, grow"
    • Advanced Written Speech
    • World History (part 1)
    • Geography
    • Science in the chosen direction of education(with laboratory work)
    • Discipline for the direction "Humanities": English
    • Discipline for technical direction: physics
    • Discipline for the direction "Business": the fundamentals of macroeconomics.

    Tuition fee on the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program) is:

    • Integrated Program (Integrated Accelerator Program (IAP)) = from $ 31,100 / 2 semesters
    • Academic Accelerator Program (AAP) = 32400 $ / 2 semesters
    • Extended program (Extended Accelerator Program (EAP)) = 37400 $.

    Bachelor's program

    1. Age of participants: from 17 years

    2. Duration of training: 4 years (duration may be increased)

    3. Level of English: not lower IELTS 6.5 (for different specialties there may be different requirements for the level of language proficiency)

    4. Level of education: certificate of secondary (complete) general education diploma (with good and excellent marks)

    5. Foreign students, mainly, come through the program International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program)

    6. Language of instruction: English.

    The department of undergraduate studies at the University of Abern offers students a wide variety of programs and training specialties from a wide variety of fields. Applicants must meet the requirements for the level of English and academic knowledge, foreign students can participate in special programs and adapt to the training without losing time. The directions of bachelor's programs:

  • Architecture, art and design
  • Business, finance and economics
  • Education
  • Engineering and Information Technology
  • Law, international relations and politics
  • Liberal art
  • Music, theater and art
  • Care, Health, Healthcare and Sociology
  • Pharmacy and pre-medicine
  • The science
  • Sports, fitness and food.
  • All undergraduate programs have carefully designed plans and include a large number of disciplines and subjects for the comprehensive development of students. Students choose priority areas and additional specializations. A big plus is the passage of professional practice in large and successful companies, which gives students the opportunity to apply knowledge in practice and prove themselves. During the training there are different types of classes:

  • Lectures and interactive lectures
  • Laboratory work and experiments
  • Work in scientific centers
  • Independent work
  • Work in groups and mini-groups.
  • For each successfully passed discipline, students receive loans, each course of training must be recruited a certain amount. Much attention is paid to the development of students' skills of independent work, which contributes to the high professionalism and competence of graduates. Students with bachelor's degrees from the University of Auburn can easily work in the best companies in the US and the world or continue their education.

    Directions and bachelor's programs, best adapted for foreign students:

    1. Agriculture, forestry and wildlife:

  • Management of natural forestry
  • Poultry (food science, poultry)
  • Ecology and forest management
  • Agricultural business and economics
  • Agricultural Communications
  • Agricultural science
  • Agronomy and soils (directions: business, products, scientific footprint, soil, water and land, turfgrass)
  • Livestock (directions: science, nutrition, production management)
  • Fisheries and applied aquatic cultures
  • Forestry
  • Gardening (directions: fruit and vegetable products, landscape gardening).
  • 2. Architecture, art and design:

  • Architecture (interior)
  • Ecological design
  • Design of the environment
  • Graphic design
  • Industrial Design
  • Interior Design
  • The preliminary architecture is a summer design.
  • 3. Business, finance and economics:

  • Marketing
  • Supply Chain Management System
  • Accounting
  • Aviation Administration
  • Business and marketing education
  • Business management
  • Business analytics
  • Economy
  • Entrepreneurship and family business
  • Finance
  • Human Resource Management
  • Information Systems Management
  • international Business
  • Management.
  • 4. Education:

  • Education in the field of agro-industry
  • Early childhood special education
  • English in the field of art
  • French
  • German
  • Spanish
  • Biology
  • History
  • Mathematical Education
  • Physical Education
  • Pre-education of children
  • Pre-education.
  • 5. Engineering and information technologies:

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Bio-system engineering
  • Bio-system engineering (directions: environmental technology, forest technology)
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil engineering
  • Computer science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Computer technology
  • Industrial and system engineering
  • Material Engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Software
  • Wireless technology (directions: equipment, software).
  • 6. Fashion, design and production:

  • Production, design and production management - design and products
  • Equipment, production and production management - trade.
  • 7. Hospitality and tourism:

  • Hospitality Management - Event Management
  • Hotel and restaurant management.
  • 8. Law, international relations and politics:

  • Political science.
  • 9. Liberal arts:

  • Psychology
  • Public administration
  • Public relations
  • Social work
  • Spanish
  • Spanish International Trade
  • Anthropology
  • Communications
  • English (creative writing)
  • English literature
  • English (professional and public)
  • French
  • French International Trade
  • Geography
  • German
  • German International Trade
  • Global research in human sciences
  • History
  • Interdisciplinary research
  • Journalism
  • Media research
  • Media research (visual media)
  • Philosophy.
  • 10. Music, theater and art:

  • art
  • Art-studio / art
  • History of art
  • Music
  • Musical education (instrumental and vocal)
  • Piano
  • Vocals
  • Theater
  • Theater (directions: design / technology, music theater, performance, production and management).
  • 11. Care and Health, Sociology:

  • Health Management
  • Human development and family research
  • Care
  • Preliminary disorders
  • Rehabilitation and disability.
  • 12. Science:

  • Microbiology
  • Organic biology (directions: conservation and bio-diversity, ecology, evolution and behavior, integrative biology)
  • Physics
  • Sociology
  • Actuarial science
  • Applied Biotechnology
  • Applied Discrete Mathematics
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Biochemistry
  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Building science
  • Chemical Education
  • Chemistry
  • Environmental Science
  • Geology
  • Laboratory sciences
  • Marine Biology
  • Mathematics
  • Molecular biology (cell and molecular biology).
  • 13. Sport, exercise and nutrition:

  • The science of physical exercises
  • Fitness
  • Nutrition (directions: science of nutrition, nutrition / diet, health)
  • Physical activity and health
  • Physical education / teacher education.
  • The cost of training for undergraduate programs is $ 15,000 / semester, from $ 30,000 / year.

    Annual
    20+
    from 33 400 $ / year

    The Pre-Master's program (Master's Accelerator Program)

    1. Age of participants: from 20 years

    2. Duration of the programs: 1 or 2 semesters

    3. Classes start: January, May, August

    4. Level of English:

  • For semester programs: IELTS 6.5 (not lower than 6.0 in sections)
  • For 2-semester programs: IELTS 6.0 (not lower than 5.5 by sections)
  • 5. Level of education: Bachelor's / Specialist's degree

    6. Language of instruction: English.

    The University of Auburn offers students an excellent opportunity to adapt and enter the Master's program without losing time. Pre-Master's (Master's Accelerator Program) is a 1 or 2 semester course where students receive the necessary academic and linguistic support and transfer to the main master's programs. For admission, you need a bachelor's degree / specialist in the relevant direction and a certain level of English (there are special English courses for those whose level is not enough). There are three types of programs:

  • Direct Master's Accelerator (Direct MAP)
  • Advanced program (Advanced Master's Accelerator (Advanced MAP))
  • The standard program (Master's Accelerator Program (MAP)).
  • Training combines master's courses in the chosen direction (credits are awarded for them), additional support, English classes, research and analytical courses and cultural involvement. Features of the program:

  • Admission to the magistracy without loss of time (students progress to the next semester in the chosen specialty)
  • Ability to choose the appropriate type of program; flexibility of the course
  • Easy application process. No resume, essay, motivation letter, work experience or GRE / GMAT ratings is required
  • Support for all questions, both educational and personal (from meeting at the airport before registering the SIM card to the phone)
  • Special courses for career development, adapted for foreign students.
  • Each participant of the programs earns a certain number of credits, which go to the general offset of credits to the magistracy. After the completion of the course, students move to the second or third semester of the chosen specialty.

    Types of programs and sample curriculum:

    Direct Master's Accelerator (Direct MAP)) (1 semester).

    A semester program designed specifically for foreign students with a high level of English proficiency, wishing to receive academic, cultural and professional support. Students earn credits on the basic master's classes, and also receive additional professional and research courses oriented to their needs as foreign students. Course characteristics:

  • Priority access to courses. Disciplines are chosen jointly with the academic adviser, and as much as possible correspond to unique interests and career goals
  • Participation in standard master's courses. Following the advice of the consultants, students attend classes with ordinary student groups
  • Development of success. Trainers and mentors in special classes learn how to use their abilities and ensure the maximum return on education and work experience in the United States
  • Expanded career development to strengthen communication with the university, colleagues and potential employers
  • The course is estimated at 9 credits.
  • Sample training plan:

    1. Credit training (classes in the direction of training):

  • Master's Degree 1
  • Master's Degree 2
  • Master's Degree 3
  • 2. Master's workshops and seminars:

  • Professional Support
  • Contextual English. The choice: Structure, argument and composition in the research context / Art of presentation: improved oral communication
  • Research and Analytics. Optional: Active research colloquium 2 / Data management: data collection, analysis, interpretation.

  • Advanced Master's Accelerator (Advanced MAP) (1 semester).

    Semester course for foreign participants who need classes in English and academic training. The curriculum offers a balance of professional and exclusive courses. Students develop practical and special vocabulary and study skills necessary for excellence in research work. For the course students earn 6 credits. Features of education:

  • Professional support on all issues "on demand"
  • Special master's courses in the chosen direction and courses adapted to the needs as an international student, which help to achieve academic and career goals
  • Development with special emphasis on English skills
  • Open and closed courses (classes with your group or with students of a master's degree).
  • Sample training plan:

    1. Credit training (classes in the direction of training):

  • Master's Degree 1
  • Master's Degree 2
  • 2. Master's workshops and seminars:

  • Professional Support
  • Contextual English (one of the subjects to choose from: "Structure, arguments and content in the study" or "Advanced oral communication"
  • Research and Analytics (one of the subjects to choose from is the "Research Colloquium" or "Data Management".
  • Standard program (Master's Accelerator Program (MAP)) (2 semesters).

    2-semester course with full immersion in English, is designed for those who need to significantly increase the level of ownership. Include advanced classes in writing, speaking, grammar and listening, public speaking skills and language skills for research. Small class sizes, practical and interactive classes, and a unique curriculum are designed for an unhindered transition to a master's program. Students earn 9 credits for two semesters and transfer to the next semester of the chosen master's specialty. Disciplines of the curriculum:

    1. Semester 1:

  • Master's Degree 1
  • Professional Development
  • English for Specific Purposes
  • Research Workshop to choose from
  • 2. Semester 2:

  • Master's Courses 2 and 3
  • Seminars on professional development
  • English in context: one of the subjects to choose from
  • Analytical seminar to choose from.
  • The cost of training on pre-Master's programs (Master's Accelerator Program):

  • "Direct inclusion" (Direct Master's Accelerator (Direct MAP)) = $ 15600 / semester
  • Advanced Master's Accelerator (Advanced MAP) = 16300 $ / semester
  • The standard program (Master's Accelerator Program (MAP)) = 24900 $ / 2 semesters.
  • Master's program

    1. Age of participants: from 20 years

    2. Duration of the programs: 2 years

    3. Level of English: not lower IELTS 6.5 (for different directions there may be different requirements to the level of the language)

    4. Classes start: January, May, September

    5. Level of education: bachelor's degree / specialist in the relevant field

    6. Foreign participants, as a rule, enter the magistracy through the program of the Pre-Master's (Master's Accelerator Program)

    6. Language of instruction: English.

    The master's program at the University of Auburn provides students with quality training programs in various fields. For admission, you must have a high level of language proficiency and outstanding academic performance, foreign students have the opportunity to enter through a special program. Magistrates have significant advantages - it is in Obern that unique research centers are located and it is the University of Auburn that prepares brilliant specialists in such fields as aerospace engineering and various engineering directions.

    Teachers and specialists are doing everything possible to instill in students the spirit of freedom and individual critical thinking necessary to find new ways and ways to solve various problems. Much attention is paid to laboratory work and experiments, during which students acquire priceless knowledge and learn a lot of new things. Graduates of the master's degree are highly appreciated among employers and receive offers of work even before they receive a diploma. Master's students of the University can further develop their talents by enrolling in doctoral programs.

    Master's specialties, best adapted for foreign students:

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Biosystems Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Community Planning
  • Computer science and software
  • Education (directions: education in the field of agro-industry, business and marketing, early childhood education, English as a foreign language, French education, general education science, instrumental education, vocal education, reading science, Spanish education)
  • Material Engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Mathematics (statistics)
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Musical education: instrumental or musical education
  • Polymer Engineering and Fibers
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Public administration.
  • The cost of studying for Master's programs = from $ 14000 / semester, from $ 28000 / year.

    Annual
    17+
    from 6 900 $ / semester

    Academic English (Academic English)

    1. Age of participants: from 17 years

    2. Duration:

  • for International Year One courses: 16 weeks
  • for Pre-Master's courses: 2 semesters
  • 3. Start of classes:

  • for International Year One courses: January, May, August
  • for Pre-Master's courses: January, May, August
  • 4. Level of English:

  • for the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program), the rates are lower than: IELTS 5.0, TOEFL 60, Pearson Versant 45, Password 5.0
  • For Pre-Master's programs (Master's Accelerator Program) the indicators are lower than: IELTS 6.0, TOEFL 74
  • 5. Language of instruction: English

    6. Participants: applicants entering the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program) and the Pre-Master's (Master's Accelerator Program).

    Especially for foreign students who need to improve the level of language, there are courses of academic English (Pre-Sessional English Program). Courses are held throughout the school year and are held before the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program) and the Pre-Master's (Master's Accelerator Program). The training lasts 16 weeks, during which students develop and improve their knowledge in all areas of linguistics:

  • Grammar and vocabulary
  • Oral speech
  • Listening
  • Letter
  • Skills of university studies and research.
  • Classes with students are conducted by professional teachers-native speakers. great attention is paid to developing the skills of preparing and presenting presentations, the ability to correctly use the vocabulary and clearly and correctly express their thoughts in English. Also during the training students get used to using the language in everyday life and study. By the end of the course, students significantly increase their level and pass to the main courses of the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program) and the Pre-Master's (Master's Accelerator Program).

    Tuition fees for Academic English programs:

  • Pre-Sessional English Program for the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program) = $ 6900 / semester
  • Pre-Sessional English Program for Pre-Master's (Master's Accelerator Program) = 6900 $ / 16 weeks.
  • Annual
    17+
    from 33 400 $ / year

    University Pathway Program

    • The minimum level of English is Advanced.

    The OHLA University Study Program allows international students to automatically enroll in multiple university programs throughout the United States. A team of experts prepares students for university studies, guides students towards successful admission.

    Pathway provides students with the opportunity to prepare for college by getting information, doing exercises that make academic requirements clear, and removing common barriers that can stunt student progress. Topics: resources, teaching methods, writing skills, critical thinking skills, motivation, self-efficacy. Particular attention is paid to group work, mutual learning.

    Training program:

    • Acquaintance with other students, staff and teachers, developed support network before starting training at CSM
    • Getting to know the campus and its valuable resources
    • Obtaining 1 college loan.
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