어학연수

어학연수 학교검색

University of British Columbia

국     가 : 캐나다 지     역 : British Columbia
전화번호 : 1-604-822-1555 팩스번호 : 1-604-822-1579
주     소 : English Language Institute, 2121 West Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4, Canada
홈페이지 : http://www.eli.ubc.ca/

학교정보 | Introduce

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국제학생비율
학교설명 밴쿠버의 관광 명소로도 유명한 UBC의 English Language Institute(ELI)는 영어연수와 함께 UBC의 아름다운 캠퍼스와 다양한 부대 시설을 즐길 수 있습니다. 1969년 문을 연 이래 매년 전세계 수많은 학생들을 배출하고 있는 UBC의 영어연수 센터는 직장인들을 위한 단기집중 프로그램, 교사 및 고교생을 위한 특별프로그램 등 다양하게 개설되어 있습니다.

영어연수 프로그램은 한반 평균 17명 정도가 수업을 하며, 기초에서부터 고급까지 6단계, 12주간 과정으로, 마지막 단계 (level 600)를 성공적으로 마칠경우 UBC 학부과정 영어입학 조건과 동등하게 인정 해줍니다. EAP, EBP는 물론 영어 향상에 도움이 되는 여행이나 문화 소개 프로그램도 있으며 18세 이상, 의료보험에 가입한 학생만 지원할 수 있습니다. 공항마중을 원하는 학생은 개강일 전 2일 동안만 서비스를 받을 수 있으며 미리 신청해야 하고 별도의 수수료가 추가 됩니다.
학교특징 - 1969년 창시된 ESL 전문교육과정
- UBC 본교 캠퍼스의 중심에 위치
- UBC ELI 내에서의 영어전용 원칙으로 보다 빠른 학습을 보조
- 캠퍼스 내 또는 지역 가정에 머무를 수 있도록 알선 가능
- 캐나다 학생과의 대화 및 사회활동
도시설명 밴쿠버(Vancouver)는 캐나다의 브리티시컬럼비아 주 남서부에 있는 도시입니다. 캐나다에서 토론토와 몬트리올을 잇는 세 번째로 큰 도시이며, 밴쿠버 시와 주변 10여개 조그만 도시들을 모아 메트로 밴쿠버(The Metro Vancouver)라 부릅니다. 밴쿠버라는 지명은 18세기말에, 캐나다 서해안을 탐사했던 영국의 탐험가인 조지 밴쿠버(George Vancouver)에서 유래되었습니다.
학교시설 - 도서관
- 피트니스 센터
- 이메일/인터넷
- 컴퓨터실
- 어학실습실
기후조건 봄 : 13
여름 : 22
가을 : 14
겨울 : 6

프로그램 | PROGRAM

Intensive English Program
- 대상나이 : 18세 이상
- 주당레슨 : 27시간
- 레벨단계 : 7레벨
- 한반명수 : 17명

The Intensive English Program is a full-time English language training program offered in 16-week sessions beginning in January, May and the end of August. You can come for just one session, or stay for longer - our multi-level program ensures that you will have new challenges and new courses to select from as your English improves. When you successfully complete three courses at one level, you will earn a UBC Certificate in English Language for that level.

Our 16 weeks sessions align with the UBC academic calendar to allow for a smooth transition for students granted conditional admission to UBC degree programs.

IEP & Week Option
The ELI offers an 8 week IEP option which allows for more flexibility in start dates. Each 16 week session has two 8 week terms. Students who take an 8 week term will have access to the same courses and resources as the 16 week session students.

Courses
The Intensive English Program has seven levels, ranging from elementary to advanced, and offers a wide variety of courses. As a full-time student, you will choose three courses each session : one Speaking and Listening course, one Reading course and one Writing course. You can choose to focus on Communication or Academic Preparation courses in each of the skills, or you can choose a combination of courses. You will take placement tests at the beginning of each session to determine your level in reading, writing and listening and speaking. Then, with the help of a course advisor, you will choose a program according to your interests and your level in each skill area. Your courses may all be at one level or they may be at different levels. For example, you might take a Level 400 Speaking and Listening course, a Level 400 Writing course and a Level 500 Reading course.
All courses focus on skills such as Speaking & Listening, Reading & Vocabulary, Writing & Grammar and Pronunciation.

IEP Weekly Schedule
IEP students take 3 classes per day from Monday-Thursday, either from 08:30-15:40 or 10:20-17:30 with one break during the day for lunch and homework (see sample schedules below). On Fridays, students attend workshops from 10:20-14:40.
English for Business Communication
- 대상나이 : 18세 이상
- 주당레슨 : 27시간
- 한반명수 : 17명

This program is designed to build your confidence in speaking, listening, reading and writing English in business contexts. You will increase your vocabulary and practise using Business English in everyday business situations on the telephone, and in meetings, presentations or negotiations. You will also develop your Business English skills by writing e-mails, memos and business letters, participating in simulated meetings and role-plays, and discussing case studies. Some class activities you may do include examing cross-cultural business practices and attending field trips.

Classes
Classes offer participants topics and activities related to business and aimed at improving overall speaking and listening fluency. Learner-centred and tast-based activities allow participants to contribute their expertise and collaborate with fellow students under the direction of experienced language teachers. Classes focus on prociding language support and opportunities for practice through group activies, role-plays, discussion and presentations and feature simulated meetings, negotiations, case-studies, guest speakers and field trips. Classes immerse participants in a rich English language environment, empowering learners and building confidence.

Goals of the Program
- Enhance skills and confidence in oral/aural English communication
- Learn discussion strategies
- Develop nagotiation skills
- Practice the language of marketing and management through business case studies
- Increase fluency in the discussion of global business practices and cross-cultural sensitivity

Assessment
Assessment is based on attendance, participation and achievement.

Admission Requirements
Participants must have completed high school and have at a minimum an intermediate level of English. Students do not need to have a background in business studies.

Levels Covered in the Program
The program can accommodate intermediate to proficiency levels; however, class composition is based on the number of registrants. Testing for class placement is on the first day of the program.
English for English Teachers
- 대상나이 : 18세 이상
- 주당레슨 : 27시간

In this short, full-time program, participants focus on improving speaking and listening skills while increasing vocabulary and fluency. Topics are inspired by current language teaching approaches. methods and practices and designed for students' interests and needs. This program is designed for English teachers with high-intermediate to advanced English proficiency.

The program is designed for practicing English language teachers for whom English is not their first language. The linguistic objectives are to improve speaking and fluency skills, develop listening abilities and practice pronunciation through topics and activities related to current language pedagogy theory and practice.

Classes
Classes offer participants purposeful and motivating communicative activities related to language teaching and learning aimed at improving overall speaking and listening fluency. Learner-centred and task-based activities allow participants to contribute their expertise and collaborate with fellow students under the direction of experienced teachers. Classes focus on providing language support and opportunities for practice through group activites, role-plays, discussion, presentations and feature class exchanges, guest speaker(s), panel discussions and field trips. The classes immerse participants in a rich English language environment, empowering learners and building confidence.

Goals of the Program
- Enhance skills
- Learn discussion strategies and functions
- Increase fluency in the discussion of issue related to English language teaching and learning
- Increase knowledge of Canadian English language teaching practice
- Increase understanding of other cultures

Assessment
Assessment is based on attendance, participation and achievement.

Admission Requirements
Participants should be practicing English language teachers and must have at a minimum a high-intermediate to advanced proficiency level of English.

Levels Covered in the Program
The program can accommodate high-intermediate to proficiency levels; however, class composition is based on the number of registrants. Testing for class placement is on the first day of the program.

Please note
English for English Teachers is a non-certified program. For a certificate program in English-language instruction, see the UBC Certificate in Advanced English Language Teaching.
UBC Certificate in Advanced English Language Teaching (CAELT)
- 주당레슨 : 27시간
- 한반명수 : 16명

UBC Certificate in Advanced English Language Teaching (CAELT)

The UBC English Language Institute offers a comprehensive teacher development program designed for in-service teachers. The main focus is on practical English language teaching skills with current trends and methods. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss and reflect on their teaching practice with colleagues here at the UBC ELI and with fellow course participants from around the world during the 27-week program.

Designed for ESL/EFL educators ready to take the next step in their professional training, our unique TESL Canada - recognized program incorporates the best of both in-person and distance education. UBC ELI instructors are recognized for their expertise in teacher training. The UBC ELI has been at the forefront of the English language training profession in Canada since 1969.

For information about UBC diploma and graduate programs in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL), visit the UBC Department of Language & Literacy Education web site at www.lled.educ.ubc.ca.

Program Goals and Objectives
- Introduce and nurture familiarity with current methodology, including teaching lexically
- Develop confidence in using computer assisted language learning
- Foster awareness of language structures and ability to teach English language skills
- Expose teacher participants to a variety of models of classroom teaching
- Revitalize teaching techniques : task development, group work, lesson planning, and classroom management techniques
- Explore a variety of textbooks and teaching materials; determine how to best utilize these within a curricular framework
- Focus on cross-cultural understanding and an appreciation of different learner strategies and styles
- Review and practice developing and using a variety of assessment instruments
- Practice implementing new techniques and materials

In the on-site component, you will gain first-hand knowledge from your instructors and international colleagues, observe a variety of language classes and have an opportunity to practice teaching.

- Schedule : Monday to Friday, 9 am-12 noon, and Monday to Thursday, 1-4 pm
- Classes include a survey of current methods and practices
- Observations of a variety of language classes
- Visits to UBC libraries and the UBC ELI resource room
- Guest speakers and in-house specialists
- Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) workshops

Online Component
With the online component, you will continue your professional development while you teach. You will be able to put into immediate practice in your own classroom the methods you are learning and skills you are developing, and discuss and reflect on your experiences with your UBC ELI mentor and fellow course participants around the world using the Internet and email.

Teach and learn simultaneously in your own class; average approximately fice (5) hours of study each week, for 120 hours of training over 24 weeks.
- Continue professional collaboration with colleagues and instructors you meet in the on-site component
- Carry out your own classroom research and experiment with the techniques and materials observed and discussed on site
- Receive guidance from a UBC ELI instructor who will be available to assist you with the online projects and facilitate discussions

Note : Successful completion of both the on-site and the online components is necessary to obtain a certificate.
English for Global Citizen
- 대상나이 : 18세 이상
- 주당레슨 : 27시간
- 한반명수 : 17명

English for the Global Citizen encompasses the ideal of "a place of mind" while giving you the opportunity to improve your English conversation skills through a self-reflective approach of learning through the lens of Global Citizenship, Civil Society, and Sustainability. Offered at various times throughout the year, this program offers you both variety and flexibility.

In addition to improving your conversation skills, you will increase your vocabulary, enhance your fluency and, of course, make friends from around the world. Learner-centered and task based activities allow you to collaborate with other participants under the direction of experienced language teachers. Classes provide language support and opportunities to explore these inspiring themes through group projects, lectures, discussions, presentations, guest speakers and field trips.

How is the course content global?
- The content is inclusive : all points of view are shown, seen, and heard.
- There is a wide scope of positions and opposing views.
- The tasks and materials used by teachers encourage you to approach the topics from a global perspective.
- To encourage your input, the teacher is more a facilitator, or a workshop leader.
- Value issues and ethics of all students and world members are considered within the context of the themes.
- The content focuses on interconnections; your backgrounds and experience are essential.
- The focus is multi-cultural rather than mono-cultural.
- The content is student focused, with the exchange of your opinions as the objective
- All voices are welcome regardless of the point of view.

Many students choose to start their studies at the UBC ELI with English for the Global Citizen before moving into the Intensive English Program.
Internship Programs
The University of British Columbia, Continuing Studies, offers three unique internship programs for international students. By engaging in a combination of academic study and an internship with a local organization, students are provided with a unique opportunity to sharpen their skills both in the classroom and workplace and bridge the cross-cultural challenges that face today's integrated global economy. This gives students a leading edge in the highly competitive market in professional and academic settings. ELI students would have to successfully complete the appropriate level of the Intensive English Program before going on to the Internship Program.

Benefits
- Combine English language with academic study
- Gain international work and academic experience
- Meet new friends and experience a variety of cultures
- Develop an international network
- Develop a professional portfolio
- Gain valuable workplace skills

[Global Career Development with Internship Program (GCDIP)]
This career-oriented program provides international university students with practical, intercultural, and career planning skills, complemented by an internship placement to learn firsthand about North American workplace culture. GCDIP is an eight-week full time program (four weeks of academic study and a four-week internship) All students must successfully complete a foundational English for the Global Citizen (EGC) program which is considered part of GCDIP.

[Global Academics Internship Program (GAIP)]
This intensive program fuses Canadian academic study with a hands-on internship component. Students gain vital intercultural experience in academic and workplace settings. GAIP is a four-month full time program (two months of academic study and a two-month internship) following successful completion of the Intensive English Program (IEP) or the English for the Global Citizen program (EGC).

[Global Career Foundation Program (GCFP)]

This program combines an innovative combination of seminars, workshops, projects, skill-building activities and an internship. GFCP is a four-month, full-time program including four to five weeks of academic study and a two-month internship. All students must successfully complete a foundational English for the Global Citizen (EGC) program which is considered part of the GCFP.

[Global Communication and Career Preparation Program (GCCP)]
This GCCP program is an intensive four-month, full-time career-oriented program for international undergraduates interested in studying abroad in communication and career development oriented curriculum. Academic seminars focus on adapting culturally to academic, workplace and community life in North America and broad principles of the global business environment. All students must successfully complete a term of a foundational Intensive English Program (IEP) which is considered part of GCCP.

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