Intensive Online English Courses for students and professionals
INTERLINK Online is for university-bound students, professionals, or anyone seeking proficiency in English. University-bound students can begin their studies online and later transition to on-campus classes at INTERLINK’s partner universities. Academically qualified students may receive conditional admission to our partner universities. Since 1980, thousands of students and professionals have attended INTERLINK to receive intensive English training and prepare for academic studies and professional development. Join a program with an established reputation and focus on student success.
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Intensive Online English
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This program is for academically bound students who need preparation for colleges or universities where English is the language of instruction. All courses use student-driven projects to focus on different learning goals.
|Courses:||Reading & Writing and/or Communication Skills courses each term|
|Proficiency levels:||6 – starting with foundational English and ending in university-ready skills or professional-focused skills|
|Duration:||One level takes about two, 5-week terms|
|Schedule:||5 days a week|
|Study Expectations:||10 extra hours per week of practice and preparation per course|
Features of the Intensive English Program
- 2-hour classes
- Monday through Friday
- 4 hours per day for full-time attendance (2 classes)
- 2 hours per day for part-time attendance (1 class)
- Progress reports on students’ strengths, weaknesses, and suggestions for improvement
- Certificates of attendance and program completion
Courses focus on:
- Listening and Speaking Skills
- Reading and Writing Skills
- Academic preparation
- Cultural awareness
- Professional development
- Successful academic and social adjustment
INTERLINK Online benefits any student with academic or professional goals.Taking online courses is an affordable way to begin preparation for eventual advanced studies or work requiring proficiency in English. This setup is ideal for students who may have been accepted conditionally to any university — nationally or internationally — designating the INTERLINK program completion as a requirement. Students can take beginning and intermediate levels online, followed by in-person advanced courses on campus in the future.
A minimum number of students is required to offer a class. Students may be asked to defer to the following term if the minimum number is not met.