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INTO - Oregon (Oregon State University)

국     가 : 미국 지     역 : Oregon
전화번호 : 1-541-737-4660 팩스번호 : 1-541-737-4220
주     소 : INTO Oregon State University 2900 SW Jefferson Way Corvallis, OR, USA
홈페이지 : http://www.intohigher.com/universities/america/oregon-state-university.aspx

학교정보 | Introduce

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학교설명 INTO-Oregon (Oregon State University)

오레곤 주립 대학이 위치해 있는 코발리스는 미국 서부 개척 시대를 연 오레곤 철도 노선의 중심이 되었던 도시입니다. 울퉁불퉁한 태평양 해안가에서 장대한 폭포, 거대한 숲에 이르기까지 오레곤주는 미국 내에서도 손꼽히는 아름다운 경관을 자랑합니다. 그 중 코발리스시는 미국 북서부 초기 개척자들을 이끌었던 광할한 숲, 화산, 아름다운 외곽 도로, 포도원 등으로 둘러 쌓여 있습니다. 또한 스키, 스노우보드, 하이킹, 싸이클, 래프팅, 카약, 서핑, 낚시 등 각종 레크레이션 활동을 즐길 수 있습니다.
학교특징 Center facts
- 420 에이커의 장대한 캠퍼스 위에 펼쳐진 잔디밭과 꽃과 나무, 역사 깊은 건물들로 일년 내내 아름다운 풍광을 자랑
- 미국 명문 대학다운 훌륭한 각종 편의 시설
- 대학 캠퍼스 한가운데 위치해 기숙사, 식당 등으로의 편리한 접근성
- 강의실, 연구실, 사교 모임 장소 등이 완벽하게 구비된 두 개의 신축 건물을 보유

제공과정
- Intensive English program :
- General Egnlish (주당 27/21/15시간 수업).
- Campus Year Abroad with English.
도시설명 - 휴게실
- 자습실
- 정원
- 어학실
- 도서관
- 전산실
- 양호실
- 학생 Union
- 헬스 크리닉
- 레크리에이션 시설
학교시설 Corvallis is a city located in central western Oregon, United States. It is the county seat of Benton County and the principal city of the Corvallis, Oregon Metropolitan Statistical Area, which encompasses all of Benton County. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 54,462. Its population was estimated by the Portland Research Center to be 55,055 in 2012. Corvallis is the location of Oregon State University.
기후조건 봄 : 21 / 2
여름 : 28 / 7
가을 : 25 / 2
겨울 : 12 / 1

프로그램 | PROGRAM

General English
The General English program is designed to improve general English language proficiency for use in everyday situations. The courses are suitable for students of all levels who wish to focus on developing communicative skills for everyday living while learning about American culture. Students at intermediate and advanced levels work on refining language skills for professional or personal use. Students are grouped according to language level.

* Program duration : 4-48 weeks.

* Lessons per week
- 27 lessons (intensive)
- 21 lessons (semi-intensive)
- 15 lessons
of classroom instruction per week which include core language skills development and up to 9 hours of learning labs, application of language skills in the OSU and Corvallis community, elective modules, activities and field trips.

General English (21 and 27 lessons/wk)
Three levels are offered - beginner, intermediate and advanced. Each level includes an integrated skills course, an independent study course (Guided Learning or IDL) and the choice of at least one elective course. Beginner and intermediate level students will also take a grammar course to help build skills and confidence in using English accurately at the sentence level in preparation for academic coursework.

General English (15 lessons/wk)
Three levels are offered - beginner to advanced. Each level includes an integrated skills course and the choice of one elective.

* Core skills :

You will develop knowledge, skills and confidence in the key areas of grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, social English, listening, speaking, reading, writing, American culture, discussion, presentation skills and independent study.

* Typical elective courses :

- English for the Tourism Industry (Beg/Int)
- Business English and TOEIC Preparation (Beg/Int)
- Food for Thought (Beg/Int)
- Introduction to American Culture (Int/Adv)
- The Power of Music (Int/Adv)
- Giving Oral Presentations (Int/Adv)
- Advanced Vocabulary Building (Adv)
- Grammar through Writing (Adv)
- Say It Your Way (Adv)
- Pronunciation and Oral Fluency (All)
- Summer Celebrations (offered summer term only)(All)
- Celebrating U.S. Holidays (offered fall term only)(All)
- Exploring the Corvallis Community (All)
- English for Math(All)
- English for Science (All)
College Year Abroad
College Year Abroad

The College Year Abroad is a long-term intensive general English program for students who wish to improve their English language proficiency for everyday living in a campus based program. You will spend six to nine months developing your listening, speaking, reading and writing skills while learning about American culture and experiencing life on a U.S. university campus. You can choose between programs of 21 lessons per week or 27 lessons per week from beginner to advanced levels and take advantage of a rich co-curricular program of activities that offers contact with American students and other native speakers of English in the Corvallis area. You will focus on developing communicative skills for everyday life and at intermediate and advanced levels, you will work on refining language skills for professional or personal use. Students are grouped according to language level.

Program duration : 24 or 36 week options

Lessons per week : 21 lessons per week or 27 lessons per week
(includes core language skills development and up to 9 hours of learning labs, application of language skills in the OSU and Corvallis communities, electives, activities and field trips).
Academic English
- 대상나이 : 만16세이상

Academic English

Academic English programs are offered throughout all four terms. This academically rigorous and intensive program is designed to prepare students for entry to university study. This program will help you progress to your academic degrees with the necessary study skills and language proficiency. You will develop skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing, TOEFL preparation, and academic study skills. This program allows international students to practice developing language skills within a U.S. university environment.

Program structure
- Small classes
- highly trained and experienced instructors
- structured use of time outside the classroom
- 23 lessons per week of course work covering the core skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking
- choice of electives.

INTO Oregon State University's Academic English program is highly intensive therefore students are expected to devote at least 20 hours of directed study per week to self study and homework. In class, you will practice a variety of new and familiar skills to help you read and descuss authentic college-level texts with greater understanding, use library resources more effectively, and write greater accuracy and power. Writing activities will include reacting to readings, writing essays, and doing a research paper as a final project.

Entry requirement : High School deploma.

Program duration
- Each term is 10-11 weeks in length.
- 4 terms per year
- Minimum enrollment of one term.

Lessons per week
23 lessons per week of class work which includes 12 to 15 hours of core language skills development, 6 to 9 hours of electives and at least 2 hours per week in the Conversant Program. In addition, students are required to engage in at least 20 hours of directed study outside the classroom in research projects, group projects, learning center activities and daily preparation for classes.

Levels
Beginner to advanced.

Progression requirements to a pathway program from Academic English
- Successful completion of academic English level 4 or higher (must pass ALL classes) or
- score 5.0 or higher on the IELTS exam or
- score 53+ iBT or 477+ PBT on the TOEFL exam
Undergraduate Pathways
Start dates
Business Pathway :
- December 28, 2010
- September 19, 2011
- January 3, 2012

General Pathway :
- December 28, 2010
- March 22, 2011
- September 19, 2011
- January 3, 2012
- March 27, 2012

Science or Natural Resources and Engineering Pathways :
- September 19, 2011

Program duration
All Pathway programs are three terms.

Undergraduate Pathway entry requirements
Satisfactory completion of high school deploma with a 2.5 + GPA or equivalent.

English language entry requirements
- TOEFL score of 60 iBT (500 PBT) or IELTS 5.5
- Provisional admission can be offered to applicants who meet minimum GPA requirements but do not yet meet the language requirements.
Graduate Pathways
Graduate Pathways

Start dates
- Fall term : September 26, 2011
- Winter term : January 9, 2012
- Spring term : April 2, 2011
- Summer term : June 25, 2012

Application deadlines
Refer to your prospective department's website linked from oregonstate.edu/admissions/international/graduate.php
to determine admission start dates and application deadlines. If not specified, the application deadlines are as follows:
- Fall term : April 2, 2011
- Winter term : July 1, 2011
- Spring term : October 1, 2011
- Summer term : January 1, 2012

Academic entry requirements
- A four-year baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited colleg or university, and a combined GPA of 3.00 on the last 90 quarter (60 semester) credit hours of graded undergraduate work toward the first baccalaureate degree plus all work completed thereafter.
- A completed baccalaureate degree of at least three years duration in a country that is a signatory of the Bologna Declaration with a "B" average (equivalent 3.0 on a U.S. 4.0 grading scale) in the last two years of study, plus all subsequent graded course work.
OR
- A baccalaureate degree of at least three years duration with a two-year (equivalent to 45-quarter credits) graduate degree.

Please note that in most cases first professional degrees are not considered the equivalent of a four-year bachelor's degree and are not accepted as meeting minimum admissions requirements.
For all programs other than the MBA, the Graduate School will determine whether the general university conditions for admission have been met.

The major department you select will examine the material submitted to determine the adequacy of scholastic background and to decide whether departmental facilities are adequate for your expressed aims.

You will be notified by the Graduate School or the Office of International Admissions as to the action taken. A critical consideration in the decision is whether your academic objectives can be satisfactorily fulfilled by the graduate programs at Oregon State. Admission to OSU is competitive and meeting the minimum admission requirements does not guarantee admission. In the case of research-based programs, admissions decisions may also be based on the suitability of the applicant's research interests, and the availability of professors in a particular field of research.
For a complete list of country equivalencies, visit : oregonstate.edu/admissions/graduate/international_graduate_requirements.html#eli_grad

Additional entry requirements
- A statement of objectives and particular field of interest.
- Three letters of professional reference written on official letterhead, in sealed envelopes, and addressed to the proposed major department.
- If you have a master's degree, one of the three letters should be from your major professor.
- Additional information as requested by your proposed department.
- The Graduate Management Aptitude Test (GMAT) is required of MBA applicants.
- The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is required of graduate applicants by some departments and recommended by other departments.
Please refer to your department's website for more information.

English language entry requirements
- TOEFL score of 80+ iBT with minimum of 18 on each sub-section (550+ PBT) or IELTS 6.5+.
- Conditional admission can be offered by certain programs to applicants with TOEFL scores 61-79 iBT (500-547 PBT) and IELTS 6.0. Conditional admission is not available for the MBA program.
Study Abroad with English
Program Description

Study Abroad with English is a long-term program
that combines Academic English language study
with the chance to experience undergraduate
courses at OSU. This unique program allows
students to earn college credits in their field of
interest without having to enroll in a long-term
degree program. The length of the program will
vary depending on a student’s needs. The program
can be customized for different levels of English and
for specific academic interests.
With prior approval from a student’s home university,
the academic courses studied at OSU can be used
to gain credits towards an undergraduate degree in
his or her home country. Earned credits may also be
applied to a degree program with admission to OSU.
The program consists of two main parts:


Part 1

Part 1 includes full-time intensive study in the
Academic English program to the level required for
taking credit courses at OSU. This intensive program
starts at four different entry points during the year,
in fall, winter, spring and summer.


Part 2

Students are able to select from OSU undergraduate
courses and study alongside domestic and
international students while continuing to take
Academic English classes as well.
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