The Language Resource Center has a multitude of resources and services that we offer to faculty and students in support of learning languages and culture on the U-M campus. For more information on Language Learning visit the Language Resource Center site.
The Graduate Student Writing Clinic offers one-on-one discussion, diagnosis, and guided self-help with writing for students whose first language is not English.
On Mondays, new appointment times are posted for the following week. Students are limited to five (5) sessions per term. Requests for extra sessions are reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Each term, the ELI presents a series of English for Academic Purposes workshops for international graduate students.
Each term, writing, speaking, pronunciation, grammar, listening, vocabulary, and reading courses are available for graduate students.
Conversation Circles are a volunteer program sponsored by the English Language Institute (ELI) which was started more than thirty years ago to promote intercultural exchange and to provide international students and scholars at U-M with opportunities to practice English in an informal, casual setting. In each Conversation Circle, a small group of non-native speakers of English (up to 6 people) are paired with a native-English-speaking volunteer for a weekly hour-long conversation.
The English Language Institute offers several Language Clinics which provide international graduate students, GSIs, scholars, faculty, and staff with one-on-one language and academic support. Clinics are staffed by ELI lecturers or by GSIs working under close supervision of experienced faculty.
The English Language Institute at the University of Michigan offers a Summer English for Academic Purposes program designed for non-native speakers of English who are proficient in English and have been accepted to an English-speaking university for the following fall term.
International graduate and professional students are eligible to live in the Northwood Community Apartments. Visit the Housing Office website for more information.
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