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What's Special About the CLE

  • In-state tuition waivers are available for full-time studies at UNG for students who complete the advanced level of English studies in the CLE.
  • Prepares international students for successful studies at university. CLE alumni at UNG maintain a GPA (grade point average) of 3.4/4.0
  • No English language proficiency (TOEFL or IELTS) is required for undergraduate admission to UNG after a student has successfully completed the advanced level of English studies in the CLE.
  • UNG ranked as one of Kiplinger's Best College Values for 2018
  • Live in a modern campus dormitory and walk to all school facilities. UNG offers international students a safe location to study, a small American town to enjoy life, a friendly campus to meet American students, and beautiful natural scenery to enjoy the outdoors.
  • Study in a small size class. CLE classes contain less than 12 students and provide individual attention for students studying English.
  • Have opportunities to observe undergraduate classes to gain first-hand experience of an university classroom education while studying in the CLE.
  • Enjoy a unique language environment. The international student population of UNG is less than 2 percent, providing many opportunities to speak English and make American friends.
  • Take field trips to some of Georgia’s most important historic and cultural sites in Atlanta and surrounding areas to enrich knowledge of American history and culture.
  • Meet American language partners to practice English and make friends. Students may also choose to live with an American roommate to learn more about American culture.

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