English as a Second Language

Villanova University's English as a Second Language program was established to increase English language fluency and individual confidence in listening, speaking and writing.

We seek to provide the highest quality and broadest range of English instruction. Students are provided counseling and cultural information pertinent to understanding and adjusting to life in the U.S. We provide an atmosphere conducive to learning and facilitate the progress of students towards achievement of their individual goals and development.

COURSES OFFERED SEMESTER
 COST

 

Advanced Pronunciation

7:00 - 9:00 pm

Aug. 29 to Nov. 28

12 Weeks

No Class 10/17 or 11/21

$450
Understanding Grammar Spring 2019  

About the Program

There are 2 courses offered in rotation throughout the year:

 

Program Goals:

  • develop and maintain confidence in the English language
  • prepare ESL students to study in an academic setting where American English is the language of communication
  • provide ESL students with an orientation to the cultural and social environment of the USA

 

Persons interested in improving:

  • English language fluency in a range of situations from informal conversations to formal lectures and presentations
  • communication skills in daily life with English speakers in work and school settings
  • academic and professional writing
  • job and academic potential through increased confidence in their listening, speaking and writing

 

Please contact us at 610-519-4300 for more information.

Course Schedules

Fall 2018 Course

 

Advanced Pronunciation

Dates: Wednesdays, August 29 to November 28, 2018
Time: 7 PM to 9 PM
Location: Villanova University Main Campus

 

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Contact Information

Villanova University
College of Professional Studies
800 E. Lancaster Avenue
Vasey Hall, Room 104
Villanova, PA 19085
Phone: 610-519-4300
Fax:     610-519-7910
Email:  cps.info@villanova.edu

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