Riverside, California | Public University | Established 1975
The International Education Programs (IEP) at the University of California, Riverside (UCR) has been providing English as a Second Language (ESL), academic and professional programs since 1975. The curriculum at UCR is continually evaluated and updated to ensure that students have the best U.S. learning experience. Every year, students graduate from programs at UCR and continue into exciting international careers and/or pursue further academic study.
The mission of UCR is to ensure the availability of high quality, innovative English language and professional programs to meet the diverse personal, professional and educational goals of international students. Students at UCR are provided with the opportunity to explore, participate in, and enrich their knowledge of the US and the world through the shared development of English language and academic skills. Through teamwork in a multicultural environment, students are encouraged to understand themselves, build confidence and develop a vision for their future. The values of mutual respect, professionalism and excellence in teaching and service are central to the work at UCR. The unique contributions of each teacher, staff and student are valued equally in creating one of the best Intensive English language programs in the nation.
|Courses||Duration||1st Year Tuition Fees|
|Intensive English Program||0.9 Year||USD 12,900|
|Graduate Diploma - Business Management||0.9 Year||USD 18,200|
|Graduate Diploma - Tourism and Hospitality Management||0.9 Year||USD 18,200|
|Graduate Diploma - Entertainment and Media Management||1 Year||USD 24,900|
|Graduate Diploma - Sports Management||0.9 Year||USD 18,200|
|Graduate Diploma - Engineering Management||0.9 Year||USD 18,200|
|Graduate Diploma - Bioengineering Management||0.9 Year||USD 18,200|
|Graduate Diploma - Public Policy and International Relations||0.9 Year||USD 18,200|
|Postgraduate Certificate - Diploma / Masters courses||
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