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A solid understanding of English can open the door to a successful career. Capital University's rigorous ESL program will help you build the skills you need to:
As a student in the full-time intensive program, you will study English four hours each day, five days a week. You will take classes in reading, writing, listening and speaking, and grammar with experienced and qualified instructors.When you arrive, you will be tested and placed in one of four levels of instruction, depending on your English language proficiency. Each level lasts one semester (16 weeks).
Note: Capital’s ESL Program does not teach beginning-level students. If you speak almost no English, Capital's ELS program may not be a good fit for you. Level 1 (elementary) students must be able to speak, understand, write and read simple English sentences before coming to Capital. Students whose do not meet this standard will be advised to find another program in which they can be successful.
Summer 2014 (eight-week term): Orientation begins May 7. The term ends July 3.Beginning in fall 2014, all ESL sessions will be a full semester (16 weeks):
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At Capital University, ESL students at every level will build:
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