Intensive English Program

Concordia University, Nebraska is accepting students who desire to learn English in order to enter university study in English, or who want to take their English skills to a higher level.

Through the Intensive English program at Concordia, you will:

  • Work with an experienced English language teacher who will help you develop your English skills with individual attention and support.
  • Focus on practice in the four skill areas of reading, writing, speaking and listening, with the support of vocabulary and grammar instruction.
  • Study English in a welcoming and supportive environment. 

You will be taught by a native speaker in class, and immersed in the language each day you are here, through campus activities and through daily interactions with American students.  

As you learn about American culture, you will experience American culture firsthand. You will be able to participate in campus and community activities and experience life as a Concordia student. We will provide special group activities, trips to area attractions and opportunities for shopping. 

You will also gain experience studying in an American educational setting. At the completion of your study, you’ll receive a letter of completion from Concordia University verifying your English study accomplishment.

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Program Details

If you are currently living outside of the United States and not a U.S. citizen, you would apply for an F-1 student visa to come to the U.S. to study in this intensive English program.

F-1 students would need to purchase medical insurance coverage and plan for other travel related and personal expenses while in the U.S. We can help with information on student visa process, plus travel, insurance, and payment options for you to consider.

The room and board fee includes staying in a shared room on campus with other students in the program, with meals provided in the campus cafeteria. Meal options are also available in campus center for students who do not live on campus.

All IEP students have access to the campus library, health center, athletic facilities, computer labs, and campus activities.

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Fall 2019 Spring 2020 Summer 2020
Session 1
Aug. 26 - Oct. 18
Session 1
Jan. 13 - March 6
Summer Session
May 11 - July 2*
Session 2
Oct. 21 - Dec. 19
Session 2
March 16 - May 7
 
Thanksgiving Break
No Classes
November 23 - December 1
MLK Day
No Classes
January 20
Spring Recess
No Classes
March 7 - March 15
National Holidays
No Classes
May 25

 

Program Cost 8-Week Session 16-Week Session
Program Tuition $2,700 $5,400
Tech, Facility & Other Fees $175 $350
Basic Room $938 $1,875
Board (21 Meal Plan) $1,275 $2,550
Total $5,088 $10,175

*Summer dates may change

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Matt Myers

ESL Coordinator

Academic Resource Center; Department of History, Geography, Intercultural Studies and Modern Foreign Language
402-643-7365 Matt.Myers@cune.edu Link Library 138