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SPRING INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE CENTER, DENVER

Intensive English Program

Program Type: Proprietary/Independent
1600 Champa St., Suite 400
Denver, CO  80202 

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Host Institution: Spring International Language Center, Denver

Host City Size: Over 500,000

Year Established: 1979

Accreditations: Commission on English Language Program Accreditation

IEP Membership Organizations: EnglishUSA
 
Phone #: 303-534-1616

Fax #: 303-534-2424

E-Mail:

Website: http://www.spring.edu

Application Contact Info: Ashley McBride, International Student Advisor, Spring International Language Center; 1600 Champa St., Ste. 400, Denver, CO 80202
 
Course Schedule:
LevelClass hrs/wkLab hrs/wkCAI hrs/wkOther* hrs/wk
B:23
HB:23
LI:23
I:23
HI:23
A:23

* Other Course Type: Planned social & cultural activities, conversation tables, tutorials available.

Additional Course Info: We have 6 levels of courses: B, HB, LI, I, HI and A. Plus, we offer a Basic (Foundation) level which is for students who test below our Level 1.

Test Preparation:
Test Typehrs/wk
GMAT18
GRE18
IELTS4
TOEFL4
 
Terms:
Term Duration in WeeksStart Month
9January
9March
9May
9August
9October

Terms Additional Info: Short-term students may attend for a five-week half term. This option is not available for students who plan to continue in the program. Those students are encouraged to enter at the 9-week program start date.

Program Size: 80

Program Size, Summer: 60

Average Class Size: 10

Minimum Class Size: 2

Maximum Class Size: 15

Distribution:
RegionPercent
Americas15.00
Asia20.00
Europe5.00
Middle East/North Africa60.00

Full-time Instructors: 10

Part-time Instructors: 3

Average Full-time Hours per Week: 20

Advanced Degree in TESOL or related field Full-time: 7

Advanced Degree in TESOL or related field Part-time: 2

Full-time Admin: 4

Part-time Admin: 2

Part-time study option: yes

Part-time Eligibility: Resident; F-2; J-2; B-2 if study is incidental to status.

 
Admissions: All Applicants

Admission Conditions: Submit: application form & non-refundable application fee. For F-1 students: submit financial documentation. Transfers: submit transcripts from previous school along with attendance information.

Visa Forms Issued: I-20

Pre-academic work completed in IEP eligible for college/university credit: no

IEP students can take academic courses at college/university: yes

Maximum Credits Avail.: 6

Degree Levels: undergraduate (at CCD) with approval. Student must have an A- average to qualify.

I-20 Includes Academic Admission: no

Academic Admissions Conditions: SILC works with a number of institutions so that students completing the advanced level at SILC will have their language proficiency requirement waived. All other academic admission requirements remain.

TOEFL Required for Undergraduate Admission: no

If TOEFL is not Required, Test Used: SILC works with a number of institutions that will consider completion of Level 6 and recommendation of Director in lieu of the TOEFL requirement.

TOEFL Required for Graduate Admission: yes

If TOEFL is not Required, Test Used: Graduate departments make all admission decisions and prefer to see an iBT, IELTS, GRE or GMAT score.

Articulation Agreement(s): no

Articulation Agreement Details: Students do not receive credit for SILC classes.

 
Tuition:
TuitionWeeks
32009
18005

Fees: $200

Insurance Cost: $250

Insurance Details: Per 9-week term

Other Costs: Estimated book costs $200 per term

Financial Aid Available: None

Campus Housing Availability: Limited

Campus Housing Assistance Available: yes

Housing Costs: $800

Housing Weeks: 4

Housing Cost Type: Room

Additional Housing Info: Campus housing requires a 12-month lease and must be booked well in advance of fall semester.

Off-Campus Housing Availability: Readily available, expensive

Off-Campus housing Assistance Available: no

Homestay Assistance Available: yes

Board Plan Availability: Board plan included in housing

Board Plan Costs: $800

Board Plan Weeks: 4

Board Plan Additional Info: Homestays include a private room and two meals a day during the week, three meals on weekends.

Services Available: Academic Counseling, Academic Placement, Airport Meeting, Campus Orientation, Conversation Partners, Crosscultural Activities, Field Trips, Homestay, Housing Assistance, International Student Advisor, Personal/Cultural Counseling, Recreational Activities, Visa/Tax Counseling

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