Second Language Training - Oregon

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Second Language Training - Oregon, part 2

In finding companies and educational institutions in Oregon that provide English as a Second Language training, your research team was able to find seven including Portland English, Downtown Languages, American English Institute at University of Oregon, Columbia School of English, Portland State University Intensive English Language Program, English Language & Culture Institute, and Educate Ya. Each institution mentions doing ESL, but most name their programs as Intensive English Program to denote the amount of time and work that will be put into the program. More details are given below.

PORTLAND ENGLISH

DOWNTOWN LANGUAGES

AMERICAN ENGLISH INSTITUTE AT UNIVERSITY OF OREGON

COLUMBIA SCHOOL OF ENGLISH

Portland State University Intensive English Language Program

  • Location: 527 SW Hall Street, University Center Building, Suite 400, Portland, OR 97201.
  • Type of institution: Educational institution.
  • Program: They call it the Intensive English Language Program.
  • Languages: They teach students from a variety of languages including Spanish, Japanese, Traditional and Simplified Chinese, Portuguese, Turkish, Vietnamese, Arabic, French, German, Italian, Indonesian, Russian, and Thai.
  • Structure of Training: They have a variety of IELP programs, including the Academic English Program (AEP), Pathway Program, Communication and Culture Program, Academic Communication for Graduate Students, Study Abroad, and Other Programs. The AEP is their most comprehensive program and those who complete the program will have the written, reading, and oral communication skills for success in the United States. The program lasts for 11 weeks during the fall, winter, and spring, and 8 weeks during the summer.
  • Cost: For beginning students, tuition and fees together will cost around $6,461, while for intermediate to advanced students, tuition and fees together will cost around $5,569.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE & CULTURE INSTITUTE

EDUCATE YA

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