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All students whose native language is not English need to show proof that they are prepared for university level classes taught in English. The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is a test commonly used to measure English proficiency. Your exam score on a test like this one will determine if you are first admitted into the E.S.L. Bridge Program (E.B.P.) or if you can start taking a full load of academic courses during your first semester. Complete information about the tests we accept and minimum score requirements can be found on our International Student Admissions page.
The E.S.L. Bridge Program is more than just classes! E.B.P students enjoy many services on campus to help them become successful English speakers. We hope you will take time to learn more about the benefits of improving your English skills with our support.
If you would like more information about the E.S.L. Bridge Program, please contact:
Dr. Steve Gras, Coordinator
Office: Learning Center, Feinberg 103
Phone: (518) 564-2262