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Regular Post University of California, San Diego Extension International Student Services 9500 Gilman Drive, 0176-DD La Jolla, CA 92093-0176, USA
Express Delivery Address University of California, San Diego Extension International Student Services 9600 North TorreyPines Road, Bldg. E La Jolla, CA 92037-1100, USA
Tel: 858-534-6784 Fax: 858-534-5703 Email: email@example.com www.ip.extension.ucsd.edu
UCSD EXTENSION INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS 2008
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The following items must be enclosed with your application. All documents must be in English.
8 For University and Professional Studies (UPS): ❍ Language proficiency verification ❍ Copyof transcripts in English for the two most recent years of academic studies, with grading key or criteria ❍ List of preferred courses and alternate courses that you would like to take at UCSD or UCSD Extension 9 For Summer Session program: ❍ Language proficiency verification ❍ For the additional required application form and instructions on how to enroll, see “summer session” atwww.ip.extension.ucsd.edu 10 For Business Certificate programs only: ❍ Language proficiency verification ❍ A recommendation letter on university or company letterhead from a previous employer or professor ❍ Copy of transcripts in English for all years of university study—bachelor's degree preferred; minimum two years required. Include grading key or criteria. ❍ Resumé or curriculum vitae (CV) ❍ A 200-word essaydescribing (1) your college coursework, (2) work experience, and (3) why you want to take the program ❍ All application materials must be received at least three months before the Business program start-date. 11 For Academic Connections International (ACI): ❍ Please see website ip.extension.ucsd.edu for details and supplemental application.
1 Application fee (non-refundable) ❍ English LanguagePrograms: $150 ❍ Academic Connections International: $150 ❍ University Credit Programs: $200 ❍ Certificate Programs: $200 2 Housing pre-payment (non-refundable) ❍ On-campus: $500 (Other housing: no pre-payment with this application) 3 Copy of passport name-page, if available 4 Financial verification (see page A4) 5 Express mail fee, if selected: $50 6 For English language programs: ❍ Intensive LegalEnglish program: Brief statement to explain previous law-related coursework or work experience and purpose of taking this program ❍ Business English for Professionals: Professional work resumé and brief statement describing your English proficiency. 7 For TEFL Certificate programs: ❍ Language proficiency verification ❍ Copy of transcripts in English for the two most recent years of academic studies❍ A one-page statement explaining why you would like to take the TEFL Certificate program or the Special Studies in TEFL program
F R E Q U E N T LY A S K E D Q U E S T I O N S
A ) Do I need a student visa (F-1) to attend your programs?
All of our programs, with the exception of the 4-week Conversation and Medical English Online programs, are considered “full-time” and you will need astudent visa. If you are going to the U.S. primarily for tourism but want to take a short course of study of less than 18 hours per week, you may be able to do so on a visitor visa. You should inquire at the appropriate U.S. Embassy or Consulate in your country.
B ) How much money do I need to study and live in the U.S.?
You can calculate your total estimated expenses by using the following chart:Program length 4 weeks 10 weeks 1 quarter 2 quarters 3 quarters Tuition (fill in amount) $ $ $ $ $ Minimum estimated living expenses Total $ 1,500 $ 3,700 $ 4,400 $ 8,700 $ 13,000 $ $ $ $ $
Please note that the living expenses listed above are estimates and vary depending on individual housing choices. If you plan to bring your spouse and/or children, your financial verification must include...