The IEP features a curriculum in which the students learn and improve their English language abilities by focusing on the following skills: reading, writing, listening, speaking, and grammar. IEP classes prepare students for future academic or professional use of English.
Since its founding in 1968, CESL has become a world leader in English instruction and offers a comprehensive education, with internationally recognized academic standards.
Explore the options below to find the program that fits both your language goals and your schedule.
CESL's Undergraduate University Track is CESL’s pathway for students to enter the University of Arizona, providing conditionally admitted ESL students with a bridge program to take UA credit courses while continuing their non-credit ESL studies at CESL.
CESL's Graduate University Track Program at the University of Arizona provides graduate-bound students with advanced-level English courses specifically designed to prepare them for the rigors of graduate-level course work.
CESL offers many affordable, part-time options during the day or evening to students who may be busy with jobs or other studies. CESL part-time options can enhance your life or further your career. UA international students may also enroll to improve particular English language skills.
CESL offers affordable individualized tutoring on campus to CESL and UA students who may be busy with jobs or other studies. These students may brush up on their weakest English language skills one-on-one or in small groups.