Apr 13, 2021  
2020-2021 College of Liberal Arts 
    
2020-2021 College of Liberal Arts

INTO - International Student Study


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About the Program

Drew University is a leading liberal arts college in the US, preparing international and US students for a bright career. Whether you pursue graduate school or a successful career, our undergraduate degree programs help international students adjust to studying abroad in the US while preparing for an exciting future.

At Drew, you can take advantage of our hands-on, customizable education and real-world learning experiences, such as one of our NYC Semesters. Learn alongside finance gurus with our Semester on Wall Street, or dive into the arts with hands-on learning that takes you to the center stage of Broadway and behind the scenes of New York’s iconic museums. Whatever your academic and professional interests, our degrees prepare you for the future—from Ivy League graduate school to in-demand careers such as data analytics and finance.

https://www.intostudy.com/en/universities/drew-university

Faculty

Academic Director: John Jordan

Programs

Academic English

Students in the Academic English program study intensive English language coursework to prepare for study in a U.S. university.  International students may also enroll in the Academic English program for one or two semesters as a study abroad experience. Academic English students take courses in:  Writing and Grammar; Reading and Vocabulary; Listening and Speaking; and Special Topics.  Placement in Academic English courses is based on a proficiency assessment administered by program faculty upon arrival; students are placed in Levels 1 through 6, contingent on their scores.

Undergraduate Pathway

INTO Drew’s Pathway programs combine intensive language study, academic skills development and academic coursework in a program designed to move students successfully through the first two years of their four-year degree program.  Placement in appropriate EAP courses as part of the Pathway program is based on a proficiency assessment administered by program faculty at the beginning of the program.

Programs

    Special Programs

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