ULP Program

Uniprep Language Program (ULP)

UNIPREP Language Program (ULP) is a one-on-one, comprehensive program for English language learners. It is designed to meet the specific needs of international students who want to be fully prepared for the application to prestigious universities and colleges in the United States.
It is designed to meet the specific needs of international students who want to be fully prepared for the application to prestigious universities and colleges in the United States.
Unlike TOEFL and IELTS test preparations, our intensive language program promotes the development of critical thinking ability and essential language skills in five areas: listening, speaking, reading, writing, and grammar.
A student-centered classroom provides participants with the opportunity to experience a western-style approach to language learning in the context of their own culture. This unique learning opportunity provides the perfect setting for a rich, cross-cultural educational experience.

ULP Difference

Conditional admission toward colleges and universities upon finishing required level for each school.
  • Many of our partner schools accept a ULP certificate as a language proficiency test score or certificates from language schools.
  • A direct correlation to the Common Core Standards for English Language Arts and the ACTFL Standards for Foreign Language Learning.
A one-on-one, comprehensive, skill-based curriculum that provides a broad range of content and demands a high standard of academic integrity for both students and faculty.
  • A student-centered, interactive learning environment with an emphasis on critical thinking and student autonomy.
  • A vertically aligned curriculum that assures a smooth transition as student progress from one core course to the next.
A complete course of English language study that includes all four domains of language acquisition and focused study of the form, meaning, and use of English grammar.
  • An approach to language learning that develops communicative competence through research-based best practices.
  • An array of content courses that are typically offered in American high schools.
ULP English Reading

This course provides students with the foundations needed for academic and reflective reading, critical thinking, and response writing.
Topics include academic vocabulary; flexible reading; advanced comprehension skills, including analyzing, evaluation and responding to materials across academic disciplines; learning and study skills, including outlining, note-taking and time management; and metacognitive strategies.

ULP English Writing

This course provides students with the foundations needed for academic and reflective writing.
Topics include the writing process, academic grammar and style, paragraph organization, essay development, and basic research using the MLA format. Writing styles include argument / persuasion, illustration / example / description, comparison / contrast, and narration. The interrelatedness of reading and writing will also be reinforced.

ULP English Listening

Students build fluency and accuracy of their listening and speaking skills through an integrated, thematic approach.
Listening skills include listening for the main idea, details; emotions, and context.

ULP English Speaking

Speaking skills include conversation, discussion, presentation, and interviewing.
Discussion and study skills. Understanding vocabulary in context, complex grammatical structures during discussion and debating as well.

ULP(University Language Program)

Level 1 -10

ULP 1
General English – Beginner
ULP 2
General English – Intermediate
ULP 3
General English – Advanced
ULP 4
Intensive College English
ULP 5
Academic College English
ULP 6
Advanced Academic College English
ULP 7
English Proficiency Test Preparation
ULP 8
Internship Preparation
ULP 9
Admission Preparation
ULP 10
Accuplacer Test Preparation

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