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International Year One in INTO University of South Florida

INTO University of South Florida
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All year round
16+
from 25970.00 $ / year
from 25970.00 $ / year
There are either 2 semesters or 3 trimesters (terms) in one academic year

Description

The International Year One Program

  • Age of participants: from 16 years
  • Duration of the programs: 1, 2 or 3 semesters
  • Beginning of classes: January, May, August
  • Level of education: diploma of secondary school
  • Knowledge of English: for 3-semester programs: TOEFL iBT 50 / IELTS 5.0 / PTEA 41 / Password Level 5; for 2-semester programs: TOEFL iBT 60-78 / IELTS 5.5-6.0 / PTEA 44-52 / Password level 6; for semester programs: TOEFL iBT 79 / IELTS 6.5 / PTEA 53 / Password Level 7
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Participants: foreign citizens.

Every year thousands of applicants from around the world decide to enter the US higher education institutions, but this process involves certain difficulties in the language, the organization of the education system, a new environment for themselves, society, and way of life. Especially for international students, INTO University of South Florida operates the International Year One program, which is an adaptation course for the first semester of undergraduate studies in various fields. For admission, you must have a diploma of completed school education and a certain level of language - the duration of studying depends on it. The great advantage of the program is that students do not lose time and immediately after the completion of International Year One they pass to the chosen specialty of the bachelor degree (the next semester in the order). There are 9 directions in total:

  • Architecture:
  • Visual and Performing Arts
  • Business
  • Computer science and engineering
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Liberal Arts
  • Natural Sciences and Health Sciences.

Studying in each of the areas includes:

  • English academic language. Participants in 3 and 2-semester programs are intensively engaged in the development of English language skills. Classes are conducted by highly qualified specialists who have many years of experience working with foreign students. Classes are conducted around the main sections of linguistics: grammar, writing, speaking, listening. By the end of studying, the level of language is significantly increased.
  • Skills of career development. Special seminars are held to develop employment and career development skills. Classes include: advising on the organization of the labour market in the US and other countries of the world, the process of finding a job, compiling a resume and passing an interview, the first steps in a career and other issues. These classes provide students with significant assistance in the process of the forthcoming search for their "own" place of work and climbing the career ladder.
  • Skills of university education. One of the conditions for a successful learning process in the US is the mastery of the methods and methodology of study and research, which is why special classes embedded in subject modules are sent (in some cases, they can be taught separately) and encompassing the study of a number of skills that help to become real and motivated students and researchers.
  • Academic disciplines. This group includes a wide range of subjects in the chosen area of ​​study. In fact, these are the same subjects that freshmen undergraduate students study.

All classes are conducted in small groups, which allows each student to work with teachers individually. All university teachers have exceptionally high qualifications and academic degrees, and are able to create a cozy and friendly atmosphere. In addition, all participants can count on round the clock assistance and support from the staff of the University for everyday and educational matters. Centers for work with foreign students and other units regularly hold special events aimed at their adaptation and involvement in university-wide life.

After successfully completing the studies at the International Year One, students pass to the chosen bachelor's degree for the next semester (for example, the participants of the 2-semester program pass to the 3rd semester of the Bachelor's program, and the participants of the semester program for the 2 semester).

Areas of studying on the International Year One program and available undergraduate programs:

1. Architecture:

  • Architecture

2. Business:

  • Management (Management-BS)
  • Business Analytics and Information Systems (BS)
  • Global Business (BA)
  • Accounting (BA, BS)
  • Advertising (BA, BS)
  • Economics (BA, BS)
  • Finance (BA, BS)
  • General Business Administration (BA, BS)
  • Marketing (BA,BS)
  • Global Business (BS).

3. Computer Science and Engineering:

  • Information Technology (BS)
  • Computer Engineering (BS)
  • Computer science (BS)

4. Education:

  • English Language (English-BA)
  • Early childhood education: pre-kindergarten education (BA, BS)
  • Education (BA, BS)
  • Elementary Education (BA, BS)
  • Exceptional Student Education (BA, BS)
  • Mathematical Education (BA, BS)
  • Physical Education (BA, BS)
  • Education in Science (BA,BS)
  • Education in the social sciences (BA, BS).

5. Engineering:

  • Chemical Engineering (BS)
  • Civil Engineering (BS)
  • Electrical Engineering (BS)
  • Industrial Engineering (BS)
  • Mechanical Engineering (BS)

6. Liberal Arts:

  • History (History-BA)
  • Humanitarian and cultural studies (with the concentration in the humanities) (Humanities and Cultural Studies with a concentration in Humanities-BA)
  • Information Studies (BS)
  • World languages ​​and cultures (interdisciplinary classical civilizations) (World Languages ​​and Cultures with a concentration in Interdisciplinary Classical Civilizations-BA)
  • Interdisciplinary Social Studies (BA)
  • International Studies (BA)
  • World languages ​​and cultures (with concentrations: Italian, Russian, Spanish, French, Classical, German) (World Languages ​​and Cultures with a concentration in Italian-BA; ; World Languages ​​and Cultures with the concentration in the German-BA; World Languages ​​and Cultures with the concentration in the French-BA; World Languages ​​and Cultures with the concentration in the Classics-BA;
  • World Languages ​​and Cultures (with Concentrations: French International Studies and Business, Spanish International Studies and Business) (World Languages ​​and Cultures with a concentration in French International Studies and Business-BA; Business-BA)
  • Administration of long-term care (BS)
  • Philosophy (BA)
  • Political Science (BA)
  • Psychology (BA)
  • Religious Studies-BA
  • Social Work (B.SW.)
  • Sociology (BA)
  • General studies (with concentrations: Women's and Gender Studies, Age Studies) (General Studies with a concentration in Women's and Gender Studies-BGS)
  • Culture and Media-BA
  • Communication in the field of health (BA)
  • Organizational Communication (BA)
  • Music performance with a concentration in Performance-BM
  • Public Advocacy (BA)
  • Relational Communication-BA
  • English (with Concentrations: Creative Writing, American Literature, Literary Studies, Professional Writing, Rhetoric and Technology) (English with a concentration in Creative Writing-BA; English with a concentration in Literary Studies-BA; English with a concentration in Professional Writing, Rhetoric and Technology-BA)
  • Mass communications (with concentrations: Television programs and production, News, Journalism journalism, Journalism news editor, Public relations) (Mass Communications with a concentration in Broadcast-Program and Production-BA, Mass Communications with a concentration in Broadcast News-BA, Mass Communications with a concentration in Journalism-Magazine-BA, Mass Communications with a concentration in Journalism-News-Editorial-BA, Mass Communications with a concentration in Public Relations-BA)
  • Advertising (Advertising-BA)
  • Liberal Studies (BA)
  • Communication Sciences and Disorders (BA)
  • Communication Sciences and Disorders (Speech-Hearing-BA)
  • General Studies (BGS)
  • Applied Science (BS)
  • Behavioral Health Care (BS)
  • Environmental Science and Policy-BS
  • Geology (BA, BS)
  • African Studies (BA)
  • Anthropology (BA)
  • Criminology-BA
  • Geography (Geography-BA).

7. Natural Sciences and Health Sciences:

  • Microbiology-BS
  • Biomedical Sciences-BS
  • Chemistry (BA, BS)
  • The Science of Health (BS)
  • Interdisciplinary Natural Sciences (BS)
  • Marine Biology (BS)
  • Mathematics (BA)
  • Medical Technology (BS)
  • Nursing / Registered Nurse-BS
  • Physics (BA, BS)
  • Public Health (BS)
  • Statistics (BA)
  • Microbiology of the environment (BS)
  • Biology of the environment (BS)
  • The science of health (biological sciences of health) (BS)
  • Behavioral Health Care (BS)
  • Environmental Science and Policy-BS
  • Geology (BA, BS)
  • Cellular and molecular biology (BS).

8. Visual and Performing Arts:

  • Dance performances (BFA)
  • Studies in Dance (BA)
  • Theater Arts (BA)
  • Theatrical Design (BA)
  • Theater performances (BA)
  • Acoustics and electro (BM)
  • Studies of Jazz (BM)
  • Music Composition (BM)
  • Music Performance (BM)
  • History of Art (BA)
  • Studio Art (BA)
  • Music Education (BS)
  • Music Studies (BA)
  • Theater design (BFA).

REQUIREMENTS FOR ENROLLMENT

  • Age of participants: from 16 years old
  • English language level for participation:
  • For 3-semester programs: TOEFL iBT 50 / IELTS 5.0 / PTEA 41 / Password overall Level 5
  • For semester programs: TOEFL iBT 79 / IELTS 6.5 / PTEA 53 / Password overall Level 7
  • For 2-semester programs: TOEFL iBT 60-78 / IELTS 5.5-6.0 / PTEA 44-52 / Password overall level 6 / Completion of Academic English Level 4
  • Level of education: Diploma of High School Graduation
  • GPA: from 2.5
  •  Good marks are needed on the subjects profiled for the chosen direction
  • If necessary, the university conducts internal testing to determine the level of knowledge and English
  • Participants: foreign nationals.

DAYS OF TRIMESTORS AND ADDITIONAL COSTS

Beginning of classes: January, May, August.

Academic year for semester programs:

  • Beginning in January: from January 2 to May 2
  • Start in May: from May 8 to August 3
  • Beginning in August: from August 14 to December 6.

Academic year for 2-semester programs:

  • Beginning in January: from January 2 to August 9
  • Start in May: from May 8 to December 6
  • Beginning in August: from August 14 to May 2 (next year)

Academic year for 3-semester programs:

  • Beginning in January: from January 2 to December 13
  • Beginning in August: from August 14 to August 9 (next year).

All courses

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date
Age
Fees
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All year round
21+
from 18100.00 $ / semester
from 18100.00 $ / semester
There are either 2 semesters or 3 trimesters (terms) in one academic year
Dates
All year round
16+
from 7650.00 $ / semester
from 7650.00 $ / semester
There are either 2 semesters or 3 trimesters (terms) in one academic year
Dates
All year round
16+
from 25970.00 $ / year
from 25970.00 $ / year
There are either 2 semesters or 3 trimesters (terms) in one academic year
Dates
All year round
18+
from 18100.00 $ / semester
from 18100.00 $ / semester
There are either 2 semesters or 3 trimesters (terms) in one academic year
Dates
All year round
21+
from 18100.00 $ / semester
from 18100.00 $ / semester
There are either 2 semesters or 3 trimesters (terms) in one academic year
Dates
All year round
17+
from 25970.00 $ / year
from 25970.00 $ / year
There are either 2 semesters or 3 trimesters (terms) in one academic year

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