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Next Info Session: January 14, 2014
Approximately 25% of the TESOL graduate students are international students. They come from countries such as; Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, Thailand and Indonesia. Their experiences with learning English and in participating in other educational systems around the world enrich our program tremendously. We value their perspectives on teaching and learning languages.
Click here for more information on applying to Seattle University as an International Student.
Visit the International Student Center for resources and events.
Give nonverbal feedback during lectures and discussions. Use your face and eyes to let your instructors know when you do and do not understand or agree.
Raise your hand! Offer your own questions and comments in class discussions.
Be sure to use the Writing Center (206.296.6239) for help on your first drafts of written assignments. The one-hour private consultations are free of charge.
Try to make time to participate in social events with classmates.
Do not hesitate to ask for help or clarification from your classmates or instructors.
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