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Quick overview:

  • Age of participants: from 17 years;
  • Duration of training: 4 years (standard programs);
  • Level of English: IELTS 6.5 / TOEFL 77 / Pearson Versant 69;
  • Level of education: completed secondary school (certificate of secondary (complete) general education diploma);
  • Foreign students are encouraged to apply through the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program);
  • Language of instruction: English.

About the educational program: University of South Carolina offers students from all over the world a quality and demanded education in a variety of ways. For admission, you must have a diploma of graduation and a certain level of English. Foreign students can take advantage of the special course International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program), undergo 2 or 3 semester adaptation and go to the main educational programs without wasting time. Bachelor's programs are divided into 11 major directions:

  • Business, finance and economics;
  • Education;
  • Engineering and Information Technology;
  • Hotel and Tourism;
  • Law, international relations and politics;
  • Liberal arts;
  • Music, theater and the arts;
  • Nursing, health, care and sociology;
  • Pharmacy and pre-med;
  • Sciences;
  • Sports, fitness and nutrition.

Each student chooses not only the main specialization, but also the additional Major and Minor. Major - the main area of ​​education, characterized by in-depth study of all possible aspects and nuances; it usually contains 10 to 19 courses. Minor is an additional field, the study of which provides a number of advantages: with its help you can add a certain specialization to the main profession, you can expand your career and professional skills and qualities, you can finally choose the direction "for the soul" and engage in an interesting business for yourself . Such a system of education makes the student more erudite and more professionally trained. Each bachelor's program is evaluated in a certain number of credits, students earn credits as they go through the courses. All studied disciplines have a strict scientific plan, give deep theoretical knowledge and the ability to apply them in practice. During the training there are classes of different types:

  • Lectures, extended lectures;
  • Seminars, interactive seminars;
  • Lectures and seminars with invited experts;
  • Independent work, work in groups and mini-groups;
  • Laboratory work and experiments;
  • Out of university studies.

Regularly conducted work to verify the progress and correction of the curriculum: exams, tests, essays, presentations, coursework. University teachers are real masters of their work, and help everyone to open their potential. All students undergo professional internships and practice in various companies and organizations, healthcare institutions and public authorities. Foreign students receive significant support in developing their career and employment skills.

In addition to standard training, accelerated bachelor's and master's programs (Accelerated degree) are available at the university, which are characterized by a balanced and carefully planned plan, a rapid transition between bachelor's and master's programs and reduced study time (3 + 2 or 4 + 1 instead of 4 + 2). The process of enrolling in accelerated programs does not differ from the standard admission to the bachelor's program. Programs for obtaining certificates are also available.

After successful completion of the training, students are given a state-recognized diploma and are awarded a bachelor's degree in the relevant field of science. Graduates of the University of South Carolina are employed in prestigious companies and organizations, government bodies, open their own business, or continue their studies in the magistracy.

Bachelor programs at the University of South Carolina (Majors):

  • Accounting;
  • Advertising;
  • African American Studies;
  • Anthropology;
  • Art Education;
  • History of art;
  • Art studio;
  • Biochemistry and molecular biology;
  • Biological Sciences;
  • Biomedical engineering;
  • Broadcasting Journalism;
  • Business Economics;
  • Cardiovascular technology;
  • Chemical Engineering;
  • Chemistry;
  • Chinese Studies;
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering;
  • Classical studies;
  • Comparative literature;
  • Computer engineering;
  • Computer Information Systems;
  • Computer science;
  • Criminology and Criminal Justice;
  • Dancing;
  • Preschool education;
  • Economics;
  • Electrical Engineering;
  • Elementary education;
  • Engineering;
  • English;
  • Environmental Science;
  • Environmental studies;
  • Educational Science;
  • Experimental Psychology;
  • Film and media research;
  • Finance;
  • French;
  • Geography;
  • Geological sciences;
  • Geophysics;
  • German;
  • Global learning;
  • History;
  • Hospitality Management;
  • Information Science;
  • Complex information technologies;
  • Interdisciplinary research;
  • international Business;
  • International training;
  • Journalism;
  • Control;
  • The science of management.

Accelerated Bachelor's Program + Master (Accelerated degree):

  • Business Administration;
  • Computer Science / Computer Engineering;
  • Biomedical Engineering;
  • Chemical Engineering;
  • Civil Engineering;
  • Electrical Engineering;
  • Mechanical Engineering;
  • Nuclear Engineering;
  • Information technology in health;
  • Health Promotion, Education and Behavior;
  • Nursing;
  • Social Work.
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Brief information:

  • Age of participants: from 17 years;
  • Duration of the programs: 2 semesters (9 months), 3 semesters (12 months);
  • Classes start: January, May, August;
  • Level of English:
    • Integrated program: IELTS 6.5 (indicators in all sections not below 6.0) / TOEFL 77 / Pearson Versant 69;
    • Academic: IELTS 5.5 (indicators in all sections not lower than 5.0) / TOEFL 68 / Pearson Versant 50;
    • Extended: IELTS 5.0 (metrics in all sections no lower than 4.5) / TOEFL 60 / Pearson Versant 45.
  • Education: completed secondary school;
  • Language of instruction: English.

About the educational course: Foreign students entering the higher education programs in the US need to overcome a number of difficulties, such as:

  • The language barrier;
  • New style and methods for the student;
  • The system of education, life and living.

For a successful transition and adaptation to life and study in the United States, the University has a special program, the International Year One, which includes courses for the first year of undergraduate studies, additional support for academic and domestic issues. Based on their academic performance and language level, students choose one of three options:

  • Integrated Program;
  • Academic Accelerator Program;
  • Extended Program.

Each of them contains three directions:

  • Humanities and Social Sciences
  • STEM and Computer Science (STEM and Computer Science)
  • Business and Finance (Business and Finance).

According to the direction, a list of the subjects studied is formed. Characteristics:

  • Flexibility: With the academic model adopted in the US, students can change the areas of study and engage in what they really want;
  • Academic / career / household consultations: Each student has access to a team of consultants designed to help solve all emerging issues. Specialists consist of: advisors for work with students, academic teachers and English teachers, career advisors and consultants on specializations;
  • Small educational groups: Guarantees eduaction in a quiet environment, where teachers have the opportunity to devote maximum time to each student and explain all difficult questions;
  • Selection and change of specialization: During the first year of study, it is possible to study the various directions of Major, in order to better understand which of them is most appropriate;
  • Individual support: Participants receive advice and assistance, up to the acquisition of the SIM card to the phone, meeting / wires at the airport and other matters;
  • Involvement in American cultural experience: The "Living, Learning, Growing" course provides eduaction in social, professional and academic skills so that students can quickly adapt, build social networks, make new friends and reveal their talents
  • Career Accelerator: Students attend special classes to develop career skills and job placement skills. These seminars are very important for foreign students, as they give them a serious basis in understanding how the US labor market is structured and how to start your career path to a young specialist.

In addition to language classes and adaptation workshops, students study a whole range of academic disciplines that give a serious knowledge base. Students attend separate lectures for foreign students, and joint ones - with students from the United States. Also, students earn credits - 2 semester courses are evaluated in 24 credits, and 3 semester - in 30. After the completion of the program, students pass to the second year of the bachelor's degree in the chosen specialty.

Types of programs and sample curriculum:

Integrated Program: The 2-semester course is designed for students from any country of the world who have a high level of English and academic knowledge. The course includes academic, cultural, professional and linguistic support, a reliable component of counseling and mentoring, as well as priority access to the most exclusive courses on demand.

Main advantages of the course:

  • Course for applicants with a high level of knowledge;
  • Priority access to the selection of courses selected together with an academic counselor, which correspond to the interests and career goals of the student;
  • Advanced support from mentors, access to necessary resources and opportunities;
  • Expanded career development;
  • Additional measures for adaptation and integration.

Curriculum of the course:

  • Semester 1:
    • «To live, study, grow 2»;
    • Course of laboratory science;
    • Mathematical Course;
    • Global citizenship and multicultural understanding (contains 3 different courses);
    • English.
  • Semester 2:
    • «To live, to study, to grow 3»;
    • History;
    • Art;
    • English;
    • 1 discipline in the chosen field;
    • 2 discipline in the direction.

Academic program: 2-semester program, designed specifically for students who have a fairly high level of knowledge, but who want additional support. The curriculum offers a balance of university and exclusive courses, as well as classes in English, which teach students practical, subject vocabulary and skills. Features of the course:

  • English-language eduaction, oriented to the social and academic needs of the student;
  • Students earn credits, which then pass to the bachelor's specialty account;
  • Integration with open and closed courses (some classes are held jointly with students from the US, and some - only with foreign participants).

The educational program contains:

  • Semester 1:
    • Seminar "To live, learn, grow 2";
    • English for Academic Purposes 2:;
    • Critical analysis, composition and presentation;
    • The course of laboratory science;
    • Mathematical course.
  • Semester 2:
    • Seminar "To live, learn, grow 2";
    • English for Academic Purposes (Advanced Academic Writing and Communication);
    • History;
    • Global citizenship and multi-cultural understanding (includes 3 courses + supplement);
    • Art;
    • Academic course in the chosen field.

Extended program: 3-semester course for students who need extensive support in English and disciplines. It consists of intensive language classes, a body of disciplines and adaptation seminars. For three semesters, students receive a solid foundation of knowledge, which will be useful to them later - both in the learning process and in life.

Advantages of the course:

  • Contextual program combining language, academic studies and cultural experience;
  • Individual education, academic consultations, support and assistance from university staff;
  • Personalized instruction in English language - development of skills and level of proficiency;
  • Credits transferred to the baccalaureate.

Disciplines of the plan:

  • 1 Semester:
    • Adaptation workshop "To live, learn, grow" (level 1);
    • English for Academic Purposes (Level 1);
    • English for Academic Purposes (English Grammar in the Context);
    • Subject of choice: Oceans and society or the Basics of Art;
    • Mathematics.
  • 2 Semester:
    • Seminar "To live, learn, grow" (level 2);
    • English Language: Linguistic Skills for International Students (Levels 1 and 2): Critical Analysis, Composition and Presentation;
    • Course of laboratory science (including supplement);
    • Course of mathematics (including supplement);
    • Technology for Academic Purposes (TAP).
  • 3 Semester:
    • Seminar "To live, learn, grow" (level 3);
    • Linguistic skills for international students (level 3): in-depth academic writing and communication;
    • Global citizenship and multicultural understanding (optional);
    • History;
    • Academic course in the field.

Quick overview:

  • Age of participants: from 17 years;
  • Duration of training: 4 years (standard programs);
  • Level of English: IELTS 6.5 / TOEFL 77 / Pearson Versant 69;
  • Level of education: completed secondary school (certificate of secondary (complete) general education diploma);
  • Foreign students are encouraged to apply through the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program);
  • Language of instruction: English.

About the educational program: University of South Carolina offers students from all over the world a quality and demanded education in a variety of ways. For admission, you must have a diploma of graduation and a certain level of English. Foreign students can take advantage of the special course International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program), undergo 2 or 3 semester adaptation and go to the main educational programs without wasting time. Bachelor's programs are divided into 11 major directions:

  • Business, finance and economics;
  • Education;
  • Engineering and Information Technology;
  • Hotel and Tourism;
  • Law, international relations and politics;
  • Liberal arts;
  • Music, theater and the arts;
  • Nursing, health, care and sociology;
  • Pharmacy and pre-med;
  • Sciences;
  • Sports, fitness and nutrition.

Each student chooses not only the main specialization, but also the additional Major and Minor. Major - the main area of ​​education, characterized by in-depth study of all possible aspects and nuances; it usually contains 10 to 19 courses. Minor is an additional field, the study of which provides a number of advantages: with its help you can add a certain specialization to the main profession, you can expand your career and professional skills and qualities, you can finally choose the direction "for the soul" and engage in an interesting business for yourself . Such a system of education makes the student more erudite and more professionally trained. Each bachelor's program is evaluated in a certain number of credits, students earn credits as they go through the courses. All studied disciplines have a strict scientific plan, give deep theoretical knowledge and the ability to apply them in practice. During the training there are classes of different types:

  • Lectures, extended lectures;
  • Seminars, interactive seminars;
  • Lectures and seminars with invited experts;
  • Independent work, work in groups and mini-groups;
  • Laboratory work and experiments;
  • Out of university studies.

Regularly conducted work to verify the progress and correction of the curriculum: exams, tests, essays, presentations, coursework. University teachers are real masters of their work, and help everyone to open their potential. All students undergo professional internships and practice in various companies and organizations, healthcare institutions and public authorities. Foreign students receive significant support in developing their career and employment skills.

In addition to standard training, accelerated bachelor's and master's programs (Accelerated degree) are available at the university, which are characterized by a balanced and carefully planned plan, a rapid transition between bachelor's and master's programs and reduced study time (3 + 2 or 4 + 1 instead of 4 + 2). The process of enrolling in accelerated programs does not differ from the standard admission to the bachelor's program. Programs for obtaining certificates are also available.

After successful completion of the training, students are given a state-recognized diploma and are awarded a bachelor's degree in the relevant field of science. Graduates of the University of South Carolina are employed in prestigious companies and organizations, government bodies, open their own business, or continue their studies in the magistracy.

Bachelor programs at the University of South Carolina (Majors):

  • Accounting;
  • Advertising;
  • African American Studies;
  • Anthropology;
  • Art Education;
  • History of art;
  • Art studio;
  • Biochemistry and molecular biology;
  • Biological Sciences;
  • Biomedical engineering;
  • Broadcasting Journalism;
  • Business Economics;
  • Cardiovascular technology;
  • Chemical Engineering;
  • Chemistry;
  • Chinese Studies;
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering;
  • Classical studies;
  • Comparative literature;
  • Computer engineering;
  • Computer Information Systems;
  • Computer science;
  • Criminology and Criminal Justice;
  • Dancing;
  • Preschool education;
  • Economics;
  • Electrical Engineering;
  • Elementary education;
  • Engineering;
  • English;
  • Environmental Science;
  • Environmental studies;
  • Educational Science;
  • Experimental Psychology;
  • Film and media research;
  • Finance;
  • French;
  • Geography;
  • Geological sciences;
  • Geophysics;
  • German;
  • Global learning;
  • History;
  • Hospitality Management;
  • Information Science;
  • Complex information technologies;
  • Interdisciplinary research;
  • international Business;
  • International training;
  • Journalism;
  • Control;
  • The science of management.

Accelerated Bachelor's Program + Master (Accelerated degree):

  • Business Administration;
  • Computer Science / Computer Engineering;
  • Biomedical Engineering;
  • Chemical Engineering;
  • Civil Engineering;
  • Electrical Engineering;
  • Mechanical Engineering;
  • Nuclear Engineering;
  • Information technology in health;
  • Health Promotion, Education and Behavior;
  • Nursing;
  • Social Work.
Annual
20+
from 32 500 $ / 2 semesters

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

  • Age of participants: from 20 years;
  • Duration of the programs: 1 or 2 semesters;
  • Classes start: January, August;
  • Level of English:
    • For semester programs: IELTS 6.5-7.0 / TOEFL 80;
    • For 2-semester programs: IELTS 6.0 (not lower than 5.5 by sections) / TOEFL 74.
  • Level of education: Bachelor's / Specialist's degree;
  • Language of instruction: English.

Pre-Master's is a special adaptation course for foreign applicants, through which you can bring your knowledge in line with the requirements of the Department of Magistracy of the University of South Carolina, and enter the chosen specialty. There are three types:

  • Direct Master's Accelerator;
  • Advanced Master's Accelerator;
  • Master's Accelerator Program.

In addition, there are three areas:

  • Management of Hospitality, Retail and Sports Management;
  • Business;
  • Engineering.

The course combines master's disciplines according to the chosen direction, English classes, academic and other support, and adaptation activities. Features of the program:

  • Guaranteed admission to the Master's program subject to the implementation of the curriculum;
  • Graduates of the course "direct inclusion" pass to the second semester of the chosen specialty (without additional time);
  • The passed advanced and standard courses after training pass to the first semester of a magistracy (by that, duration of training increases);
  • Flexibility of training, the choice of courses and curriculum editing;
  • Easy and convenient application process and receipt.

All students receive effective help and support from teachers and university staff. Students attend special seminars on career development, where they get acquainted with the methods of job search, interviewing and promotion on the career ladder. During the training, students earn credits. Upon completion of the Pre-Master's, the students pass to the first or second semester of the main Master's program in the chosen direction.

Types, directions and programs curriculum:

Direct inclusion: It is intended for applicants with a high level of academic knowledge and English language, seeking academic, cultural and professional support for a successful and rapid process of adaptation to the university system of education and way of life. The program is prepared by an academic adviser, and meets the interests and needs of each individual student. Main advantages of the program:

  • Priority access to the selection of courses and disciplines of interest;
  • Lectures with both foreign students and students from the USA;
  • Special classes to develop "success." Teachers and mentors educate students to use their strengths and achieve their goals;
  • Expanded career development.

Educational plan:

  • Hospitality, Retail and Sports Management:
    • Marketing strategy of the hotel business;
    • Advanced Service Management;
    • Hospitality systems and politics.
  • "Engineering" (for bio-engineering):
    • Seminar on Professional Development and Analytical Skills;
    • Special topics in biomedical engineering;
    • Fabric Engineering;
    • Transport phenomena in biomedical systems.

Advanced course: For students who have a high level of language and knowledge, but who need additional support. Students develop research skills, receive effective classes in the development of language and knowledge.

Course features:

  • Support from teachers, staff and mentors;
  • Special Master's Courses and On-Demand Courses;
  • Intensive English classes;
  • Enhanced career and professional development;
  • Classes both with foreign students, and with ordinary groups.

Educational plan:

  • Hospitality, Retail and Sports Management:
    • Professional development and analytical skills 2;
    • English: presentation and composition for business;
    • Object management: principles and practices (integrated);
    • Management in the sports and entertainment industry (integrated).
  • Engineering (for the specialization of chemical engineering):
    • Engineering analysis;
    • Modern chemical technology of thermodynamics;
    • Technical English for Academic and Professional Purposes;
    • Seminar on professional development and analytical skills.
  • Business:
    • Composition and presentation for the MBA;
    • Introduction to Accounting and Finance;
    • Sequence of professional development;
    • Introduction to statistics and quantitative methods.

Standard course: A special plan for those who need broad support in the development of language skills and academic knowledge. Includes intensive classes in grammar, auditing, writing and speaking, public speaking skills and presentation. Disciplines have a clear plan and give the necessary level of knowledge for the transition to a master's program.

List of educational directions:

  • Business:
    • Business English;
    • Composition and presentation for the MBA;
    • Introduction to statistics and quantitative methods;
    • Introduction to Accounting and Finance;
    • Globalization and business;
    • The sequence of professional development.
  • Hospitality, Retail and Sports Management:
    • Professional Development and Analytical Skills (Level 1);
    • Business English;
    • Statistics in Hospitality, Commerce and Sport;
    • Professional Development and Analytical Skills (Level 2);
    • Presentation and composition for business;
    • Marketing in hospitality and tourism (integrated);
    • Advanced Service Management (integrated).
  • Specialties of the Master's program, available after passing the Pre-Master's:
    • Aerospace Engineering;
    • Biomedical Engineering;
    • Chemical Engineering;
    • Civil Engineering;
    • Electrical Engineering;
    • International hospitality management;
    • Master of Business Administration;
    • Mechanical engineering;
    • Software;
    • Sport and entertainment management;
    • Technology innovation and entrepreneurial engineering.

Brief information:

  • Age of participants: from 20 years;
  • Duration of the programs: 1-2 years;
  • Level of English: IELTS 6.5-7.0 / TOEFL 80 or equivalents (requirements may vary depending on the particular program);
  • Classes start: January, September;
  • Level of education: Bachelor's degree;
  • Foreign participants can enter through the Pre-Master's program (Master's Accelerator Program);
  • Language of instruction: English.

The Department of Magistracy at the University of South Carolina provides students from around the world with quality and relevant education in a variety of ways. For admission, you must have a bachelor's degree (4 years of study) and a sufficiently high level of English (if necessary, you can increase the level by going through special courses). Foreign applicants can use the special Pre-Master's Program.

Master's programs:

  • Business;
  • Education;
  • Engineering;
  • Hospitality;
  • Communication;
  • Music art;
  • Social work;
  • Science;
  • Art;
  • Health care and medicine.

The master's degree gives students unquestionable advantages, expands their professional and research skills, significantly increases the chances of finding employment in the best world companies. The standard duration of eduaction is 2 years, but there are also 1-year programs, for example, the Master of Business Administration (MBA). Students receive fundamental education and a great deal of knowledge. Teachers of the University have the highest academic degrees, many years of fruitful work and research, and find an individual approach to each undergraduate, helping to reveal talents. A lot of time students devote to research, work with sources and literature, laboratory experiments and observations. Also, all students undergo internships in companies and organizations according to their profile, where they can first see the principles and methods of work and learn how to apply theoretical knowledge in practice. In addition to standard programs, the University also has programs of dual specialization (Dual degree) and a program for obtaining certificates.

After successful completion of the education, students are awarded a diploma and are awarded a master's degree. Graduates of the University of South Carolina are employed in the best regional and world companies, open their own firms, engage in scientific and research activities, and also enter doctoral studies.

Master's degrees in the University of South Carolina:

  • Accounting;
  • Anthropology;
  • Art education;
  • History of art;
  • Art studio;
  • Biological Sciences;
  • Biomedical Sciences;
  • Biostatistics;
  • Business Administration;
  • Chemistry;
  • Comparative literature;
  • Computer Science / Computer Engineering;
  • Counseling / Education Advisor;
  • Writing;
  • Criminology and Criminal Justice;
  • Economics;
  • Education (specializations: pre-school education, primary education, language and literacy, physical education, secondary education, special education, teacher education);
  • Educational administration and higher education;
  • Educational Psychology and Research;
  • Educational Technologies;
  • Aerospace Engineering;
  • Biomedical Engineering;
  • Chemical Engineering;
  • Civil engineering;
  • Electrical Engineering;
  • Engineering Management;
  • Mechanical engineering;
  • Nuclear Engineering;
  • English;
  • The Science of Environmental Health;
  • Science and research in the field of the environment;
  • Epidemiology;
  • Physical exercises;
  • Foreign language;
  • French;
  • Geography;
  • Geological sciences;
  • German;
  • Information technology in healthcare;
  • Health promotion, education and behavior;
  • Policy and management of health services;
  • History;
  • Hospitality Management;
  • Integrated information technologies;
  • international Business;
  • International eduaction;
  • Journalism;
  • Librarianship and Informatics;
  • Linguistics;
  • Marine science;
  • Mathematics;
  • Media Art;
  • Music (specializations: conductor, jazz studies, musical composition, music education, music history, musical pedagogy (piano / violin), musical performance, opera house);
  • Pharmacy;
  • Philosophy;
  • Physics;
  • Master of Professional Science
  • Psychology;
  • Public administration;
  • Health care;
  • Retail business;
  • Social work;
  • Sociology;
  • Spanish;
  • Pathology of speech / language;
  • Sports and entertainment management;
  • Statistics;
  • Theater art.
Annual
17+
from 6 500 $ / 17 weeks

Quick overview:

  • Age of participants: from 17 years;
  • Duration:
    • For International Year One courses: 17 weeks (fall or spring session), 9 weeks (summer session);
    • For Pre-Master's courses: 17 weeks.
  • Start of classes:
    • For International Year One courses: January, May, August;
    • For Pre-Master's courses: January, August.
  • Level of English:
    • for the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program) programs: the test scores are lower than: IELTS 5.0, TOEFL 60, Pearson Versant 45, Password 5.0;
    • for the programs of the Pre-Master's (Master's Accelerator Program): minimum IELTS 4.5-5.0, TOEFL 50-60 or equivalents.
  • Language of instruction: English;
  • Participants: applicants entering the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program) and the Pre-Master's (Master's Accelerator Program).

Especially for foreign applicants entering the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program) and the Pre-Master's (Master's Accelerator Program), whose English level is not enough, language courses are held (Pre-Sessional English Program). The courses last 17 weeks (there is an option at 9 weeks for pre-Bachelor's programs), and begin during the school year so that after graduation students immediately switch to the programs of the International Year One or Pre-Master's.

Classes are conducted by professional certified English teachers with high qualifications and many years of successful work experience. Lessons are built around exercises on the basic sections of linguistics:

  • Grammar, vocabulary;
  • Oral speech;
  • Written speech;
  • Listening;
  • University training and research skills.

Thanks to a small number of people in the group and high professionalism, teachers find an individual approach to each student, pay maximum attention to complex topics and issues. A significant amount of time is devoted to developing students' skills in correct and accurate use of language in written and spoken language, public speaking and during presentation. Students get used to using English in everyday life, study, and live communication. During the training the level of the language is significantly increased, and the students switch to the International Year One (Academic Accelerator Program) or the Pre-Master's (Master's Accelerator Program).

Annual
17+
from 37 740 $ / year

Brief information: 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. The minimum level of English is Advanced.

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.

List of Topics:

  • Resources;
  • Teaching methods;
  • Writing skills;
  • Critical thinking skills;
  • Motivation;
  • Self-efficacy.

Particular attention is paid to group work, mutual learning.

Eduactional program:

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