Our program starts with an online placement course called American Academic English (here).

From this, you make a plan called English Language Goals.

Then enroll in the programs that will meet your goals through our EAPP program.

Finally, display your proficiency to employers and graduate schools through our English Language Passport system.

Please use the online forms to sign up for sessions.

For other information, contact us at

Directed by: Robert Connor, Ph.D.

As part of the Tulane ESL community


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directed english studies for internationals

Sessions start in February 2013.

Directed English Studies for International Students is:

1)A less intense, less effective course than our open course

         2)A method for systematically improving your English by performing independent exercises under the guidance of a language instructor. It is better than working alone, but not as good a course.

          3)A resource for individual questions about English and how to learn it effectively.

First fill out the independent forms at this link.  Then schedule an appointment below to work on meeting your goal. 

Enter your family name.

Enter your given name.

Where do you want to have the session?
Enter what area you study, teach, or research.

Check the school or college in which you work or study. Undergraduates should enter Newcomb-Tulane.
If you could pick any date and time, what is the ideal time in your schedule to have a session?

Enter any other comments here.


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