Brooklyn College American Language Academy
A full time intensive English language learning program.
Develop your English language skills at the Brooklyn College American Language Academy. Gain proficiency and confidence in your oral and written English skills. This is a full time, college oriented program that also serves as a pathway to degree programs at Brooklyn College.
Our program includes Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced levels of English learning.
Fall 2013 classes begin September 30, 2013.
Winter 2014 classes begin January 13, 2014. (Placement test: Monday, January 6)
Spring 2014 : To be announced
Summer 2014: To be announced
For further information, please email Lillian O'Reilly at ALA@brooklyn.cuny.edu
Students can complete the ALA application to be considered for admission to the English language program. Please complete the PDF application below. There is a $75 non-refundable application fee which must be submitted with application.
- ALA Application (pdf)
I-20 Application for ALA
Students that are accepted to the American Language Academy and require an F-1 visa must complete an I-20 application. An I -20 is needed for a full-time language student (180 hours per term) for an F-1 visa. An I-20 is also needed for current international students transferring from another educational institution within the United States.
$1195 per term (term is 10 weeks, for a total of 180 hours)
$75 non-refundable application fee
Refunds are issued according to the following policy:
100% of total costs of tuition and fees for courses cancelled by the college;
100% of tuition costs is a written request is submitted to the college 48 hours prior to the first class meeting;
No refunds will be given after the start of class.
The College reserves the right to cancel any course for which there is insufficient enrollment, to combine classes, to limit registration in a course, to divide sections, to provide additional instruction for a course, and to change instructors if necessary. In the event of course cancellations or schedule changes, every effort will be made to notify registered students so they can make necessary adjustments.