Learn English in the United States
English Language Institute!
New classes start every August and January in Appleton AND Oshkosh!
Watch our video and learn more about us!
Learn English with us!
Why choose FVTC?
- Beginner, intermediate, advanced English levels
- 18 week sessions
- Mid August and early January start dates
- Academic classroom environment
- TOEFL test not required to enter FVTC programs
- TOEFL Preparation classes available
- Earn a English Language Competency Certificate
- Friendly, personalized and 1 on 1 attention
- Global Education & Services Department and Adviser on-campus
- Small class size
- English Language computer lab
- Safe and friendly community
- Program includes field trips
- Student organizations on campus
Check out our most up to date class times for Spring 2013:Spring 2013 IEP International Students
The following classes are open for International Students AND Wisconsin Residents:English Beginner Courses (12-21 credits hours per week)
English Intermediate Courses (12-24 credit hours per week)
|English Beginner Reading and Vocabulary
|English Beginner Listening and Speaking
|English Beginner Pronunciation||2|
|English Beginner Grammar and Writing||5|
|English Bridge to Pre Algebra||4|
|English Intermediate Reading
|English Intermediate Listening and Speaking
|English Intermediate Pronunciation||3|
|English Intermediate Writing||3|
|English Intermediate American Language and Culture||4|
|English Intermediate Grammar ||2|
English Advanced Courses (12-20 hours per week)
the Advanced level you may choose to take all English classes, or a
combination of English classes and college general education courses
(such as Introduction to Psychology, Introduction to Sociology, etc.)
These general courses are usually accepted by four-year universities,
if your plan is to transfer. It is a great way to get started in your
college career while still receiving support and guidance in the English language and the U.S. education structure.
|English Advanced Reading
|English Advanced Pronunciation||3|
|English Advanced Grammar||2|
|English Advanced American Language and Culture||3|
|English TOEFL/TOEIC Preparation||2|
|English Advanced Writing||3|
|English Bridge to Written Communication||3|
|English Bridge to Oral/Interpersonal Communication ||3|
|English Bridge to Business and Entrepreneurship||3|
|English Bridge to Microcomputer Applications||2|
|English Bridge to Healthcare Language for CNA||2|
What are Bridge Classes
? How do I apply?
International Student Admissions ProceduresWisconsin Resident Admission ProceduresTuition for credit courses (subject to change)
International Students: $185.00 USD per credit/hour. Minimum 12 credits/hours for F-1 visa students
Wisconsin Residents: $128.10 USD per credit/hour.
Wisconsin Residents: Adult Basic Education - community students (Level 1-4) click here -> Adult Basic Education
Textbooks: Costs varies per class. Additional Fees for optional Services:
Host Family Placement: $375.00 USD
Host Family Stay: $400-$600 USD
Express Mail I-20: $75 USD (must be received with application)