Admissions Policies

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Admissions policy per course category

General English

  • Admissions policies
    • Student must be 16 years old
    • If traveling on I-20, student must provide copy of passport and bank statement showing sufficient funds

TOEFL Exam Preparation

  • Admissions policies
    • Student must be 16 years old
    • If traveling on I-20, student must provide copy of passport and bank statement showing sufficient funds
    • Student must score into the Advanced A level or higher on placement test to enter class
  • Additional Info
    • Exam preparation courses are designed for advanced students working towards an academic goal, passing the TOEFL exam.
    • The exam preparation courses generally assign more homework than the General English Program and give the students opportunities to grow academically as well as culturally.

Cambridge Exam Preparation

  • Admissions policies
    • Student must be 16 years old
    • In addition to our regular placement test, Cambridge students take an FCE or CAE mock test and score 40% or better to enter course. The students complete both tests once on site during the first week of the program to ensure they are in the correct testing level.
    • If traveling on I-20, student must provide copy of passport and bank statement showing sufficient funds
    • In addition to our regular placement test, Cambridge students take an FCE or CAE mock test and score 40% or better to enter course. The students complete both tests once on site during the first week of the program to ensure they are in the correct testing level.
    • Students must begin on specific start dates
  • Additional info
    • The Cambridge Exam Preparation course is the most demanding course that CEL offers.
    • Students are expected to learn a large amount of material in the time allotted and are expected to meet deadlines in order to successfully pass the Cambridge exam at the completion of their program.
    • In order for all students in the program to be successful, they must be at a comparable level, as well as have similar academic and professional goals.