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Intensive English Program

Jan 7, 2020

New Evening, Weekend, and Part-Time English Courses for Employees and Community

The Intensive English Program is now offering standalone evening and weekend English language courses, in addition to its part-time enrollment option, for NC State employees and the local community. Part-Time (beginning Jan. 6) Three to ten hours/week depending on the course(s) selected $15 per contact hour  Intermediate to advanced levels of proficiency Conversation and presentation skills,… 

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Nov 6, 2019

Brazilian Students Succeed at NC State

Students Daniel Rodrigues and Gabriel Silva de Oliveira are current students at NC State and participants in the Brazil Scientific Mobility Program, an initiative of the Brazilian government to grant 100,000 Brazilian university students the opportunity to study abroad at top universities around the world. The Intensive English Program (IEP) hosted students in the Brazil Scientific… 

Aug 22, 2019

Welcome to the Wolfpack

It’s Wolfpack Welcome Week and we’re welcoming new and returning students from around the world. Over 1,700 new international students and program participants joined the Wolfpack this week to begin their educational journeys at NC State. The Office of International Services welcomed over 1,200 new international graduate students and approximately 200 undergraduate students to campus last… 

Aug 21, 2019

Teaching English at the Universidad del Tolima

This summer, two instructors from the Intensive English Program (IEP) at NC State, Billy Haselton and Alisha Neblett, led a three-week custom English program onsite at the Universidad del Tolima in Ibagué, Colombia. Haselton and Neblett were assisted by two NC State students, Kimmie Garner and Becca Churchill, who provided additional support and instruction in the classroom.  … 

Jun 20, 2019

Part-Time Intensive English Instruction Open to Campus Community

Part-time intensive English language instruction is now available to members of the NC State community and the surrounding area.    Those interested in improving their English language proficiency can now take advantage of the high-quality instructional offerings previously only available to full-time students. Courses are affordable and conveniently located on Hillsborough Street across from D.H. Hill…