How to Apply
You may apply for the Intensive English Program if you are at least 17 years old and have completed high school or its equivalent.
Intensive English Program
International Center, Bldg. 71
University of West Florida
11000 University Parkway
Pensacola, FL 32514
* Future students may be asked to give a writing sample to determine readiness for the program.
The application process has several steps:
Any questions about the status of your IEP application should be directed to the application supervisor, William Vittetoe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Incomplete application packets cannot be accepted. Documents must be originals.
Once you have been admitted to the University of West Florida and have completed and returned all health and immunization forms, along with evidence of financial support, we can issue an I-20 for you.
We recommend that you submit a copy of your passport with your application, so that your demographic information will be entered correctly on all of your forms.
Intensive English Program tuition includes all classes, student ID card, IEP activities, and the use of the University of West Florida facilities.
The student is responsible for travel to the United States, housing, food, and other personal expenses, in addition to tuition.
|Fall and Spring||$3300*|
|July Program (A shorter program may be arranged in July. Contact the IEP director at email@example.com.)|
|*Books not included and may be purchased at university bookstore.
Students should expect to spend up to $200 for books.
Prices subject to change.
Shorter terms of study:
During the Fall and Spring semesters, students wishing to study for periods shorter than one semester must begin at the beginning of the semester and note on their applications the date they will leave the program. I-20 forms will not be issued for periods shorter than one month.
Living Expenses per semester: $3490
Insurance per semester: $410
All students are required to have health insurance. Insurance which meets the university's minimum requirements is available for approximately $1000 per year. Proof of health insurance must be provided before registering for classes.
Acceptable insurance coverage can be purchased through United Health Care Student Resources
The International Students Office can also try to arrange for one of the members of the International Student Association to pick you up at the airport. In order for this to happen, you must complete the arrival form.