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Columbia University - School of Continuing Education, New York City School of Continuing Education at Columbia University

  • A university experience at the highest academic level
  • A faculty of internationally
  • A historic campus in Manhattan

About Columbia University

Founded in 1754 as King's College, Columbia University is in the city of New York, the fifteenth oldest institution of higher learning in the United States. Being a university academic and research leader, Columbia continually seeks to expand the frontiers of knowledge and to foster a campus community deeply engaged in understanding and addressing the complex global issues of our time.Columbia University - American Language Program, New York City

About the School of Continuing Education at Columbia University
The School of Continuing Education (SCE) is a resource for those who wish to give their lives in new directions. SCE currently offers thirteen professional master, ten levels of English language training, access to hundreds of courses in arts and sciences through its programs of study Postbaccalaureate, certificate programs and programs of secondary schools in the city of New York, in Europe and the Middle East.Columbia University - American Language Program, New York City

Programs Available for International Students

American Language Program

Our goal is assist you at an American university or obtaining professional success in the global economy, the American Language Program offers a variety of programs designed to dramatically increase their proficiency in writing and writing the English language. The use of cultural resources of New York City and the experiences and views of the vibrant international student population, the American Language Program helps students to think critically, creatively and effectively - and do it with a sophisticated and accurate English .Columbia University - School of Continuing Education, New York City / alp

Intensive English Program

Intensive Program: A series of intensive English courses are offered throughout the year. These courses help students develop grammatical accuracy, pronunciation, fluency, listening and comprehensive reading, and writing skills at all levels of English proficiency, with levels ranging from beginner to fluency close to native.

Special Programs

Advanced Academic Preparation: Summer course of seven weeks for students who are planning to enter a degree program in the United States. The course includes discussions on university sophisticated style seminars, presentations and practices of students in academic writing: use of correct citation form, exploring themes of academic honesty and techniques for writing research papers.

English for Professional Purposes - Business: Course of English for business professionals and students pre-MBA This course uses the case study method to deal with business visits to New York and participate in special lectures given by teachers and business other professionals.

English for Professional Purposes - Legal: Course of English for legal professionals and pre-law students. This course uses the fundamental concepts and the essential structures of the legal system of the United States as a context where students solidify, expand and refine the use of its advanced professional English.

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2006-02-03 12:52:44 by bushwick69

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2005-09-27 14:30:32 by peakoilnyc

Peak Oil conference in NYC, Oct. 5

Everyone will be riding bikes when peaking oil production jacks gas prices up into the stratosphere. We need to promote biking, walking and mass transit now.
Petrocollapse Conference:
Wednesday, October 5, 2005
Contact: Jenna Orkin, Moderator, (718) 246-1577 cell (646) 267-1577, [email protected]
or: Jan Lundberg, Organizer, (215) 243-3144
The Community Church of New York Unitarian Universalist
40 E. 35th Street, New York, NY 10016
October 5, 9 AM - 5 PM. Registration begins 8:30. Sliding scale, from $0 - $100

2001-07-03 13:02:05 by tentcity


Homelessness is a devastating experience for families. It disrupts virtually every aspect of family life, damaging the physical and emotional health of family members, interfering with children's education and development, and frequently resulting in the separation of family members. The dimensions, causes, and consequences of family homelessness are discussed below. An overview of policy issues and a list of resources for further study are also provided.
One of the fastest growing segments of the homeless population is families with children. Families with children constitute approximately 40% of people who become homeless (Shinn and Weitzman, 1996)

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