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Date: 10.1.2014
 
 
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TUITION

Bluedata International Institute offers high quality language instruction at an affordable price. The length of study varies according to student’s needs and preferences. Our general tuition guideline is as follows. For further clarification, please contact us at (212) 683-6250.

(20 Hours/Week)

Course

Tuition

Length

ESL (English as a Second Language)

$990

1 Semester+1month Vacation

TOEFL Prep

$1250

1 Semester+1month Vacation

 *Call our school agents for available discounts

SUPPLEMENTARY FEES (Nonrefundable)

 

Initial Students (overseas)

Transfer Students

Change of Status Students

I-20 Application

$200

$100

$200

I-901

$200

 -

$200

I-539

 -

 -

$300

School Service

 -  -

$300

Book(Per level)

$40-$55

$40-$55

$40-$55

 

OPTIONAL SERVICE FEES

Express Mail (Nonrefundable)

$47

Home stay Service

$100

Apartment Service

$200

Airport Pickup

$100

 

COURSES

ESL Level 1

Level 1 primarily focuses on survival English skills.  The secondary focus is English for personal and daily use.  Students will use English in order to communicate in various relevant, real-world contexts.  Students will learn to use basic grammar structures for speaking and writing tasks, and begin to demonstrate knowledge of American social conventions.  This course is designed to improve students’ vocabulary, as well as reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills.

ESL Level 2

Level 2 will focus on survival English, but more emphasis is placed on personal and daily English use. Students will use English in order to communicate in various relevant, real-world contexts.  Students will be able to use basic grammar structures for speaking and writing tasks, and demonstrate knowledge of American social conventions.  This course is designed to improve students’ vocabulary, as well as reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills.

ESL Level 3

Level 3 focuses primarily on English for personal and daily use.  The secondary focus is on English for academic use.  Students will use English in order to communicate in various relevant, real-world contexts.  Students will be able to use more advanced grammar structures for speaking and writing tasks, demonstrate knowledge of American social conventions, and begin to critically examine and express opinions about each weekly topic.

ESL Level 4

Level 4 focuses primarily on English for personal and daily use.  The secondary focus is on English for academic use.  Students will be able to use English skills in order to engage in real life and contemporary issues. Through the use of dialogues, presentations, and role playing, students will be able to verbally articulate themselves using correct American English. Students will learn to use more advanced grammar structures for speaking and writing tasks, demonstrate knowledge of American social conventions, and critically examine and express opinions about each weekly topic.

ESL Level 5

Level 5 primarily focuses on academic English. Students will be able to use English in order to discuss their knowledge on debatable issues that will require them to think critically. Students will be able to apply previous knowledge and experiences in order to discuss and write about weekly topics.  Moreover, they will identify a range of culturally based American values and perspectives through the texts.  By the end of this course, students will be able to write essays about the issues using an introduction, body and conclusion. They will be able to apply new language skills introduced throughout the course into their oral language and essay writing. Students will be expected to apply cognitive academic language skills into their speaking and writing.

ESL Level 6

Level 6 focuses primarily on English for academic use.  The secondary focus is on English for business purposes. Students will be able to read and respond to college level academic texts.  They will be faced with varied styles of writing which will provide them with the opportunity to learn how to write beginner college level essays.  Students will be able to synthesize information from academic texts as well as establish their own point of view on the matters at hand. Students will be expected to argue their opinion during in-class discussions and debates and demonstrate a thorough understanding of the content. They will read, evaluate, synthesize and respond to a number of texts presented throughout the course. Moreover, students will be able to create a resume and cover letter using standard American English. They will be expected to apply business language into their communication skills.

TOEFL Prep

The TOEFL Prep course is designed to help students succeed in taking the examination by utilizing conscious application of test-taking strategies. Additionally, students will improve their general command over the English language and express sophistication in their language skills. Finally, students will be exposed to high-level academic English, which will prepare them further to perform well in American college and university settings. The course will cover the following components: vocabulary, reading, listening, speaking and writing skills.

 

For more details, please call 1-212-683-6250

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