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International students who are non-native English speakers are typically required to provide evidence of their English abilities before they are admitted into a US college or university. «IELTS» provides a fair, accurate and reliable measure of language skills, and is trusted by organizations worldwide as a proof of English proficiency.

About Arizona State University Global Launch

For over 40 years, Global Launch has been offering Intensive English Language instruction through our IEP. Take ESL classes at Arizona State University, meet students from over 160 countries, and receive a TOEFL waiver upon completion of the program.

Global Launch also provides the ASU-USA Pathways Program for students who wish to start their degree at ASU faster, through conditional admissions.

Global Launch's Intensive English Program is designed for international students who want to take their English skills to the next level. We know you have plans for your future, and many IEP options. After successfully completing our program, many students transfer into one of ASU's world-renowned degree programs.

Take your learning further with ASU-USA Pathways!

The ASU-USA Pathways program (ASU-USA) is designed for international students interested in obtaining an undergraduate degree at Arizona State University (ASU) or any other U.S. university. It provides support for students who would like to improve their English skills and who want the opportunity to show they can perform well in U.S. university classes.

ASU-USA Pathways

Start your degree program with additional Academic and English language support in ASU-USA Pathways

Earn 24 or 25 real academic credits that transfer to ASU or other American universities Ease into American education system: after two or three semesters in the program students take freshmen courses with American ASU students. Immerse yourself in American student life by staying in guaranteed on-campus housing Take freshman English/Writing courses with other ASU International students

About Phoenix and Arizona

A Sunny Place to Study

Arizona is known for its sunshine, natural beauty, and vibrant community, rich in culture and activity.

Arizona’s capital city, Phoenix, is the 6th largest city in the U.S., and a major center for technology and innovation, professional sports, and cultural events, including live music, fine arts, cultural and sporting events, street markets, and festivals that are commonplace throughout the city.

Rankings and Honors

U.S. News & World Report Rankings

U.S. News & World Report ranked ASU No. 1 among the “Most Innovative Schools” in America for 2016, ahead of Stanford at No. 2, MIT at No. 3, as well as Duke, Harvard and Cornell. The top rating was conferred by leading college officials across the country based on ASU’s curriculum, faculty, students, campus life, technology and facilities.

ASU's Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law ranks #25 nationwide among public and private law schools, according to the 2017 Best Law Schools list released by U.S. News & World Report. The list also recognizes ASU for its flagship programs, including legal writing (#7), dispute resolution (#11) and health law (#19).

The W. P. Carey School of Business ranks in the top 35 among the Best Graduate Schools for business in the nation. On the 2016 list, W. P. Carey ranks #30 for full-time MBA programs, the best ranking for any Arizona school.

The Princeton Review ranks ASU one of the country’s top universities for undergraduate education in its 2015 edition of “The Best 379 Colleges.” The ranking puts ASU in the top 15 percent of all four-year colleges in America. The Princeton Review praised ASU for its outstanding academics, quality of student life and numerous internship opportunities.

Intensive English Program

Global Launch Intensive English Program

ASU's Intensive English Program is designed for international students who want to take their English skills to the next level. We know you have plans for your future, and many IEP options. After successfully completing our program, many students transfer into one of ASU's world-renowned degree programs.

Take your learning further with ASU-USA Pathways

Global Launch provides students with the chance to continue their English language learning while starting their degree program. With the ASU-USA Pathways program, students will:
  • Earn 24 or 25 real academic credits that transfer to ASU or other American universities
  • Ease into American education system: 2 semesters into 3 semesters
  • Take freshman courses with American ASU students
  • Immerse yourself in American student life by staying in guaranteed on-campus housing
  • Take freshman English/Writing courses with other ASU International students

International Education

International Education

More and more international students chose Arizona State University. ASU ranked as the top public research institution and No. 4 overall college or university for international students, according to a report released by the Institute of International Education. International student enrollment at ASU has more than doubled in the past five years. In that time, students from more than 135 countries have enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs in every discipline.

International Development

International Development

ASU International Development identifies and pursues projects that provide solutions to the most complex challenges facing the developing world today. We provide the link between ASU’s world-class researchers and international development funding agencies around the world. We engage NGOs, the public sector and foundations in strategic partnerships that leverage our individual strengths to create solutions for long-term, sustainable development.

Focus Areas:

  • Creating Sustainability - by finding solutions to the social implications of a future of constrained resources coupled with growing demand, especially the challenges facing the world’s mega-cities
  • Advancing Global Health - by discovering new cures for disease and better systems of delivering health care in the world’s most demanding environments
  • Redesigning Higher Education - to educate the greatest number of students to the highest global standards at a sustainable cost
  • Enhancing Citizen Security - by finding practical solutions to environmental, economic and social challenges in an urbanizing world

Campus Life

Your campus is your home away from home

As part of a vibrant academic community, ASU Learn English students use new language skills to discover themselves through involvement in campus life and activities. Practice your English, learn about worlds beyond your own, and build a network of mentors and friends. With more than 1,100 clubs and organizations, it's easy to try new things and to meet new people who share similar interests. Whether you're a soccer player or spectator, science enthusiast, entrepreneur, or lover of the arts, there's a club for you. Search our list of ASU Clubs and Organizations to discover ways to connect, or start your own club!

All Day Trips

  • Grand Canyon Be amazed by the beautiful Grand Canyon, one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World.
  • Sedona, Arizona Enjoy the red rock sandstone towers of Sedona, a majestic destination famous for its spiritual and recreational activities.
  • Northern Arizona In the Winter, get a chance to play in the snow and enjoy the cooler climate, pine trees, and recreation up North, in and around the town of Flagstaff.
  • Old Tucson, Arizona and Sonoran Desert Preserve Learn about the 'Wild West' through a movie studio tour, and then visit a museum about Arizona desert animals and landscape.

School Overview

Location
Tempe, Arizona
Type
Public
Setting
City
Contact Info
(480) 965-2688
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Students

Total Students

79,274

Student Ratio
Female
51%
Male
49%

Faculty

Total Faculty

7,626

Student/Faculty Ratio
25
:
1

Tuition

Estimated Cost

$38,147

Admissions

Total Applicants

29,771

Admitted

87%

Enrolled

32%

Test Scores

SAT Math

490-620

SAT Reading

480-600

SAT Writing

Not Reported

ACT Composite

21-27

Degrees & Programs

Degrees & Programs

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