Students in the ESL@SetonHall program are meeting Friday mornings this semester for the MultiLingual MultiMedia Club (MLMMC), an online space to exercise multilingualism and multimedia literacy.
English as a Second Language
The English as a Second Language Program serves students from all over the world, providing coursework for comprehensive language development. A wide range of content and materials, presented through interesting methodology, make the experience of ESL effective and practical. Proficiency levels from intermediate to advanced are welcome. Participants are undergraduate, graduate, and professional level. Small classes (8 to 15 people) enable students to advance rapidly. View our ESLP Student Handbook to learn more about our program »
How to Apply
To apply online, click on the link below. Once in the application, please remember to indicate "English as a Second Language (ESL)" under "Student Type."
Our academic-focused ESL program prepares individuals for success in postsecondary undergraduate and graduate programs in the United States. During morning coursework, students study reading, writing, listening, and speaking using academic materials. During afternoon coursework, students select from a range of elective classes including TOEFL Preparation, ESL All Skills, English for Specific Purposes, and Pronunciation Skills.
Ms. Tatiana Araz, TESOL graduate student, is making a difference in the field of ESL (English as a Second Language) in New Jersey.
Assistant Professor, Bryan Meadows, Ph.D., gave a series of invited lectures recently to faculty and students at the Ibn Rushd College of Education at the University of Baghdad, Iraq.
Dr. Bryan Meadows (EDST Assistant Professor) recently contributed two book chapters to separate edited volumes on language education.