Pre-Bachelor in University of Arizona - Center for the Study of the English Language
Undergraduate University Track (Undergraduate)
The Undergraduate University Track (or Pathway Program) is a special training program designed to improve language skills before enrolling in undergraduate programs at the University of Arizona. Applicants must have a suitable level of education and qualify for a place in a bachelor's degree, and also have a sufficiently high level of English.
The program is built around work on different sections: grammar, vocabulary, reading and writing, listening. Students also study a number of specialized modules and courses, which should help them get used to the academic load and develop the language at the academic level. In addition, special general education courses are conducted, which give an opportunity to receive educational loans. Knowledge is developed at levels 8 and 9 according to the center system (Levels 8-9) - students can take the exam at the university level without taking an additional TOEFL or IELTS exam. Students are encouraged to participate immediately in the semester program (16 weeks), but if the student shows good results, then you can finish the training in 8 weeks.
Undergraduate University Track: