International Programs

Welcome to Keiser University. As a dynamic institution with international students from over 60 countries, we are so proud to have you here!

Keiser University will be a great place for you to seek knowledge (with over 150 programs) and develop a new understanding of the world. We are committed to a “student first” philosophy, provide small classes to our students, and feature engaging faculty. At Keiser University, each student is considered an individual, and the University strives to be aware at all times of the needs of each member of its student body.

Again, welcome to join Keiser family and begin the next step of your academic journey!

International Students

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English for Speakers of Other Languages

The ESOL program is for students who need to improve their english skills before starting a degree at Keiser University.

The program focuses on improving students’ reading, writing, speaking and listening skills while also teaching them academic english. It is not a degree program, but it prepares students for a degree of their choice.

Students with very little or no experience with english can start the ESOL program. Students are given a placement test at the beginning of the course to determine their level. They must pass each level with a 70% or higher in order to continue to the next level.

Curriculum Highlights

  • Small class size allows for personalized attention and interaction
  • In addition to classroom learning, classes include group discussions and field trips that allow students to practice their conversational english
  • Eight-week classes designed to prepare you to communicate competently in english
  • Students that pass level 5 with a 70% or higher are exempt from taking the TOEFL exam to start their degree program
  • Curriculum is geared towards preparing students to be successful in any academic program
  • Level 5 students receive 3 credit hours and are also able to start taking classes towards their degree

Prerequisites for Major Courses Include:

  • ESOL Level 1: Placement test score
  • ESOL Level 2: Successful completion of Level 1 or placement test score
  • ESOL Level 3: Successful completion of Level 2 or placement test score
  • ESOL Level 4: Successful completion of Level 3 or placement test score

Students successfully completing ESOL fourth level may be considered for admission to Keiser University degree programs provided they meet the necessary admissions criteria.

Prerequisites for Major Courses Include:

Contact Information

Ivette S. Noto

Ivette S. Noto

Associate Director of Admissions

[email protected] (561) 478-5507 Schedule an Appointment

Heather Gray, MBA

Heather Gray, MBA

Senior Admissions Counselor

[email protected] (561) 681-7929 / Cell: (561) 215-0018 Schedule an Appointment

Glenn R. Swift

Glenn R. Swift

University Department Chair, Social Sciences Program Director, General Education & Study Abroad

[email protected] (772) 323-6925

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