The IEP at TCU schedule is Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Students attend Listening and Speaking classes Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Students attend Reading and Writing classes Tuesday and Thursday.
Fridays, all IEP students, faculty, and office staff meet for an IEP Community Hour to share a meal and practice English skills in a relaxed classroom environment.
See the full benefits of being a student of the IEP at TCU.
See the Summer II 2012 (4 week) weekly class schedule.
For English language instruction tailored to the needs of a particular group in the Fort Worth area, please contact us about on-site classes for your workplace or business. Former clients include Harris Methodist Hospitals, Radio Shack, Chipotle, Perlos, Alcon Laboratories, Lockheed Martin, Deutsche Telekom, and France Telecom.
U.S. citizens and residents may also register for IEP classes through TCU's Extended Education. Visit their site to sign up. Signing up and placement testing are not guarantees of placement in the program. Community students must re-register each session. Community students attend classes, but are not given TCU student ID numbers, email, and other campus privileges. Community students do receive free campus parking passes.
IEP students may apply to TCU undergraduate programs through TCU International Admissions. Undergraduate degree programs offer conditional admission. If you meet all of the admission requirements except the TOEFL requirement, you will be admitted first to the IEP. TCU will issue you a 5-year I20: one year for your IEP studies, and four years to complete your undergraduate degree.
IEP students may apply to TCU graduate programs through the department in which that program is housed. Some graduate programs may admit you conditionally through the IEP. See individual programs for their admission guidelines and requirements. For help contacting a graduate program, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who reach an Advanced level in the IEP will not need a TOEFL score to begin their TCU Degree Program.
Students who take the TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, or PTE and are then accepted into any US university will have their TOEFL fee of up to $150 refunded to them by the IEP.
If a TCU school or department awards you a scholarship for IEP studies, the IEP will match that scholarship.
TCU awards you 12 hours of undergraduate degree credits for your first-language abilities. These 12 free credits make up approximately 10 % of the total number of credits for most TCU undergraduate degrees. You are awarded the credits for your successful completion of one academic year of high school or in another college where the language of instruction is other than English.
See Texas Christian University English Test Admission Standards.