Follow these steps:
You must have an e-mail address so we can notify you the status of your application. You should check your e-mail regularly for an update.
You do not need to have a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score to apply.
APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE STARTED AT LEAST THREE MONTHS BEFORE YOUR SESSION BEGINS, and they MUST be completed at least one month before the start of the session. We do NOT accept late applications. Applications completed after the deadline may not give you enough time to obtain your visa depending on the visa wait time in your country. In this case, your I-20 would have to be express mailed to you at your expense. To find out the visa wait time for your country go to travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/general/wait-times.html.
Once you have received the I-20 form, you will need to apply for your F-1 (student) visa at the American Consulate in your country before coming to the U.S.
To apply for F-1 (student) visa, first go to travel.state.gov for useful information.
For locations of U.S. Consulates and Embassies, visit usembassy.gov
Processing of the F-1 visa may take days or weeks, depending upon your area. Allow enough time for this process. Find out visa wait time at travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/general/wait-times.html
You should be prepared to provide:
If your visa is denied, visit travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/general/denials.html for more information.
For more information, call +1-801-581-4600 or submit your questions by using our online form
ELI tuition must be paid before 8:20 AM on Tuesday of Week 2 of each session or you will be dropped from your classes.
There are four different payment options:
To drop from an ELI class, a drop request must be submitted in person to the office by 8:20 AM on Tuesday of Week 2 of the session to avoid a tuition charge.
100% of tuition is refunded if the class is dropped by 8:20 AM on Tuesday of Week 2. NO TUITION REFUND FOR CLASSES DROPPED AFTER 8:20 AM ON TUESDAY OF WEEK 2 OF THE SESSION.
You must make your own housing arrangements in advance in order to have a room reserved when you arrive. Here are the three options:
Arrange your travel plan so you arrive a few days before the New Student Orientation. This will give you an early start to get used to local time, weather, food, etc. You may arrive to the U.S. no more than 30 days before the program start date.
Check out the Official U.S. Customs website to see what you can or cannot bring with you when entering the United States.
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