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At NWC, we only work with reputable universities' English language programs.

Presently, we work with:

v DePaul University English Language Academy

v University of Illinois at Chicago Tutorium in Intensive English

v University of Illinois (at Urbana/Champaign) - Intensive English Institute

v Carl Sandburg College English as Second Language


All four programs offer customized English as Second Language program geared toward improving TOEFL score, improving conversational/written English skills, increasing professional English proficiency, and specialized English language tracks. For more details, please refer to Intensive English Language Program description pamphlet.

The varieties of programs are being offered to meet each student & their parents' needs. NWC offers one comprehensive service that offers "total care service" that continues throughout students' stay in U.S.. NWC assists and walks students and parents from the start of educational journey to completion of students' program or objective. For example, our Korean Representative provides systematic assistance to parents and students. Once students arrive in U.S., our U.S. staffs (working closely with school officials) provide seamless comprehensive service that lasts until the student is ready to return to Korea. Complete aftercare service is what sets us apart! We look forward to provide comprehensive educational services.


1. DePaul University English Language Academy:

DePaul University's English Language Academy (ELA) is an intensive English as a second language program that prepares high school and university graduates for admission to an American university. ELA's courses concentrate on four main areas of language instruction: reading & vocabulary development; writing (composition & rhetoric, including word processing); grammar; and listening & speaking (pronunciation, focused listening skills and spoken English). Classes meet five days a week, generally from 9:00 a.m. to 2:45 p.m., averaging 20 hours per week.

Courses are offered at five levels: foundations, intermediate, high-intermediate, advanced and university bridge. A placement test determines the appropriate level for each student. Successful students progress from level to level each term. The coursework also includes preparation for the TOEFL exam.

Founded in 1898, DePaul University is the largest Catholic university in the Midwest, with an enrollment of more than 17,000 students. It offers a wide range of academic and professional programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.

The third-largest 5ity in the United States, Chicago is a major center of culture and business, offering a wide array of resources, attractions, events and entertainment venues.

The English Language Academy offers noncredit certificate courses year-round.

YEARLY CALENDAR FOR 2002
TERMLENGTHDATESREGISTRATION BEGINS
Summer 200210 WeeksJume 24 - August 23, 2002February 15, 2002

COURSES
The English Language Academy is a full-time non-credit certificate program. We offer English-as-a-second-language (ESL) courses at five levels of English proficiency:

FIVE LEVELS OF PROFICIENCY

  • Foundations Level - the most beginning level*
  • intermediate Level
  • High Intermediate Level
  • Advanced Level
  • University Bridge Level - the most advanced level

*Please Note: Our Foundations level (beginning) classes are for students who have studied some English. Before they begin our classes, these students can use or understand 200 - 400 words in English.

PLACEMENT EXAMS

New students take a placement exam at the beginning of each term to determine their proficient level. As students succeed at one level, they will move to the next level of course work for the following term.

COURSES OFFERED AT EACH LEVEL

Full-time students take all 4 courses.

  • Writing and Word Processing
  • Reading and Vocabulary Development
  • Grammar
  • Spoken English and Listening

CLASS SCHEDULE

All of the English Language Academy courses are held during the day. Classes meet for 20 hours each week and are from 9:00 a.m. until 2:45 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Friday is a half day, with classes from 9:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.

Here is an example of a class schedule at the High Intermediate level:
WRITTINGREADINGGRAMMARSPOKEN
M, F
9:00 - 10:00
T, Th
9:00 - 10:30
M, F
10:15 - 11:15
T, Th
10:45 - 12:30
M, F
11:30 - 12:30
w
10:15 - 12:15
M, T, W, Th
1:30 - 2:45

COURSES AND THE TOEFL EXAM

While our curriculum is not designed to teach the TOEFL exam, all of the work in our core courses prepares students to do very well on the TOEFL test. In fact, our students consistently make excellent improvement on the TOEFL in ten weeks of intensive study in the Academy.

In our experience as both ESL and college teachers, we are well aware of the skills needed to succeed in university courses and in professional careers involving English. These skills involve much more than the TOEFL test can measure. In other words, the TOEFL is not the only indication of academic or professional success.

However, because we are interested in how our students perform on the TOEFL, an Institutional TOEFL exam is given every term for students who wish to apply for admission to regular degree programs at DePaul University. Many students attend the Academy before entering regular university programs.

ELECTIVE COURSES

Our elective courses are offered in addition to the regular full time program and are not included in the tuition costs for the Academy. Students may enroll in these electives along with their regular ELA courses. You do not have to be a full time student in the Academy to register for the elective courses.


2. University of Illinois at Chicago Tutorium in Intensive English:

Highlights

  • Intensive, academic program established in 1978
  • three sessions per year
  • Elementary through advanced levels, 20-25 hours weekly
  • Small classes with professional faculty
  • State of the art computer facilities with internet access
  • Modern on-campus housing available with Internet access
  • Near Chicago's lakefront and business district
  • Close to museums, theaters, and public transportation

Admissions Requirements:

  • 17 years or older
  • Equivalent of a US high school diploma

About our Program

The Tutorium in Intensive English is on the campus of the University of Illinois at Chicago. Chicago is a major cosmopolitan city where students can enjoy the academic, artistic and cultural resources of world famous architecture, theater, music and museums. The city is located on the shores of Lake Michigan near parks, forests and beaches offering a variety of recreational activities.

The Tutorium offers a comprehensive program of English instruction for speakers of other languages. The program is designed for highly motivated individuals who wish to improve their command of the English language for university study or for business and professional advancement. Four levels of instruction are offered each session. Students receive five hours of classroom instruction daily in reading, vocabulary development, composition, grammar, listening comprehension, conversation, pronunciation, and academic study skills, and they regularly attend the computer assisted language laboratory. Students also select from a variety of special topic elective courses.

Tutorium students receive academic, cultural, and immigration counseling. The Tutorium offers a placement examination at the beginning of each session and a new student orientation to help with the transition to life in Chicago and the US. Three university admissions seminars per session assist students to understand the university application process. An institutional TOEFL is offered each session. Tutorium students also have many opportunities to participate in on-campus activities and field trips around Chicago and Illinois.


3. U of I Intensive English Institute (IEI):

IEI Course Dates

IEI courses begin three times a year: in January, in June and in August. They follow the semester schedule of the University of Illinois. The program dates for this year are:

Summer 2002:Registration ends June 5th.
Classes begin on June 10th.
Term ends on August 2nd.
Fall 2002:Registration ends August 26th.
Classes begin August 31st.
Term ends December 13th.

Courses

All IEI students attend 4 hours of core classes a day, 5 days a week which focus on development of academic English. For a small additional fee, students can sign up for elective classes in areas such as pronunciation and TOEFL preparation. IEl students are not University of Illinois students, and do not receive university credit for IEl classes.

Core Classes

The IEI has 5 levels of proficiency, from basic to advanced. Class size ranges from 12 to l5 students. In the high-intermediate and advanced levels, students have some individual choices. In the basic and intermediate levels, the same groups of students stay together for all classes. Below are the classes offered to students at each level and a brief description of them.

Classes for students at the high-intermediate and advanced levels

All upper level students take:

  • Academic Reading/Writing - students improve reading skills and use them to complete writing assignments.
  • Academic Listening/Speaking - students listen to academic lectures and develop formal presentation skills.

In addition, upper level students choose two of the following (courses offered are dependent on student demand):

  • English Structure - Students study grammar through the analysis of authentic written and spoken language.
  • Oral Communication in English - Students develop fluency and practice important language functions such as making requests or giving advice.
  • English Through Current Events - Students look at topics and related issues that are in the news through print, audio/visual media.
  • English Through Business Communication - Students develop professional writing and speaking skills as well as read about current business topics.
  • Images of America in Film and Fiction - Students learn more about the different regions of the United States through discussion of and writing about short stories and selected movies.

Classes for students at the intermediate level

All intermediate students take:

  • English Structure - students increase their abilities to use, understand, and analyze English grammar.
  • Listening/Speaking - students improve their listening skills and practice both academic speaking and everyday English.
  • Reading - students develop vocabulary and reading skills for academic purposes.
  • Composition - students learn to communicate their ideas in writing.

Classes for students at the basic and lower intermediate levels

All students in the basic and lower intermediate levels take:

  • English Structure and Written Expression - students work with English grammar and practice writing
  • Academic Listening/Speaking - students practice listening for information and begin giving formal presentations.
  • Reading - students work on basic vocabulary and reading skills.
  • Oral Communication in English - students practice English found in everyday situations

Elective Classes

The IEI offers students the possibility of taking elective classes in addition to their core classes for a small additional fee.

  • TOEFL preparation - students become familiar with the organization of the CBT TOEFL and work on strategies for taking it successfully.
  • Pronunciation tutorials - students work on specific problem sounds, stress and intonation patterns in small classes (5-6 students).