Life in the United States -- Communicating Across Cultures
A program for students, scholars, and visitors
This non-credit course is for those seeking improvement in basic English-language skills with special emphasis on proficiency in spoken English.
The course includes conversational activities, interactive presentations, and discussions to give practice in speaking, pronunciation, and listening skills. Reading and grammar activities reinforce vocabulary and conversational skills. Field trips provide opportunities for discussion with native English speakers and insight into American culture and history.
- Dates: August 24, ending November 30, 2017
- Times: Every Thursday evening from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
- Location: Rockefeller Hall
Registration and fees
Registration for fall 2017 is now closed.
The program fee is $670. Full payment is due when you register, on or before Wednesday, August 23. You may pay by check or money order, made payable in U.S. dollars to Cornell University.
If paying by credit card, please be sure to use an internationally accepted MasterCard or Visa with a credit limit that is equal to or greater than the total program charge. In addition, before using your card, you may wish to notify your credit card company that you will be making an overseas payment to Cornell University; in some cases, this can help prevent your card from being declined.
If you are a Cornell faculty or staff member and your department is paying for your course, please have your department head sign and print their name on the invoice you receive, indicate the Cornell account number to be charged, then return the invoice to our office.
Because enrollment is limited, early registration is suggested. Refunds of the entire program fee (minus a $50 administrative fee) will be made for cancellations received no later than August 23. No refunds will be given after August 23.
For additional information about this program, contact:
Cornell University Professional Studies - EISS
B20 Day Hall
Ithaca NY 14853-2801
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