SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERSITY CAMPUS

SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERSITY CAMPUS (KoreaNow! @ SPU)

SPU Campus

Overview

KoreaNow! @ SPU students spend 20 hours a week in intensive English language class and 5 or more hours in optional elective classes. Students may choose to live with a host family or in campus dorms when available. This institute includes Super Intensive and Flex programs, which include tutoring. The Mission is to provide students with the language skills, cultural knowledge and experience they need to use English to effectively communicate in academia and the workplace and to provide opportunities for personal growth.

SPU Campus

Seattle Pacific University is a small, private university located in a safe residential neighborhood, just a few minutes north of downtown Seattle. Seattle is located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest with views of mountains and water in every direction. The city is at sea level and therefore enjoys a mild climate. Seattle is famous for its high-tech industries, music scene, coffee shops, and shopping districts. Seattle was ranked the most educated city in the United States in 2006, and is also home to famous companies such as Microsoft, Boeing, Amazon and Starbucks. Seattle Pacific University is a small, private university. It is known for academic excellence and has professors who are renowned scholars. The university was also ranked as one of the top 5 “Best Values” in the West by U.S. News & World Report. The school has an active campus life and students are involved in many sports and clubs. SPU offers conditional admission for undergraduate programs in all departments, as well as graduate programs in the School of Business and Economics.

Seattle

Program Costs

Intensive Program Tuition  (5 weeks) $1730
Flex Program Tuition         (5 weeks) $1992.50
Student Services $110
Housing Estimate $750 – $1100 (varies)
Meal Estimate $550 – $850 (varies)
Health Insurance $120

A.C.E. Students

Program Dates

  2013 – 2014 Application Deadlines
Summer 2013 Session 2 July 11 – August 16 June 11
Summer 2013 Session 3 August 15 – September 20 July 15
Fall 2013 Session 1 September 26 – November 1 August 26
Fall 2013 Session 2 October 31 – December 11 October 1
Winter 2014 Session 1 January 2 – February 7 December 2
Winter 2014 Session 2 February 6 – March 14 January 6
Spring 2014 Session 1 March 20 – April 25 February 20
Spring 2014 Session 2 April 24 – May 30 March 24
Summer 2014 Session 1 June 5 – July 11 May 5
Summer 2014 Session 2 July 10 – August 15 June 10
Summer 2014 Session 3 August 14 – September 19 July 14

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