Long-term Academic Year
Intensive English with session breaks
This program is ideal for long-term students who plan to take time off for vacation or travel. The Academic Year Program is four 9-week sessions for a total of 36 weeks. Students must enroll for 4 sessions and may start at the beginning of any session. Students may take a break during the summer session, but must have been enrolled the previous session to qualify. The last day of the program is the final day of the student's 4th session of study.
The Intensive English Program is offered in an Academic Year schedule with breaks at Fall, Christmas, Spring and optional extended Summer break.
Students join General English 25 Lessons (IEP).
- From 17
- All Levels
- 25 Lessons / Week
- F-1 Student Visa:
- Monday to Friday
- Class Time:
- Mon 9am - 1pm
Tue - Fri 8:30am - 12:30pm
- IIE Nationality Mix:
Academic Year and Timetable
|Academic Year Sessions 2019||Dates|
|Session 1||Jan. 7 - March 8|
|Session 2||March 25 - May 24|
|Summer Session 3||May 28 - July 26|
|Session 4||Aug 5 - Oct. 4|
|Session 5||Oct. 21 - Dec. 20|
|Academic Year Sessions 2020||Dates|
|Session 1||Jan. 6 - March 6|
|Session 2||March 23 - May 22|
|Summer Session 3||May 26 - July 24|
|Session 4||Aug 3 - Oct. 2|
|Session 5||Oct. 19 - Dec. 18|
- Session 1
- Session 2
- Listening & Speaking
- Reading & Writing
More Program Details
General English20 Lessons / Week
Monday Electives5 Lessons / Week
This class focuses on speaking in real-world situations, but also includes listening, vocabulary, reading, writing and grammar. Each week there is a different topic that relates to real life scenarios you encounter while using English in every day life.
There are role-plays, debates and discussions about current topics and current events, travel and survival English, English for work, slang and idioms, conversational English and much more. These skills will help you to speak English better in every aspect of your life.
Students in the 25 and 35 lessons programs take Elective classes each Monday, 9am-1pm. Elective classes are specialized courses that full-time students take in addition to their General English classes. They allow students to focus more intensely on some of the skills covered briefly (or not covered) in the Tuesday-Friday classes. Based on highest demand by students, skills and topics covered in Elective classes include:
- academic English
- current events
- Hawaiian and US culture
- idioms and intonation
- vocabulary through pop music
- English through TV
- business English
Included in the Program
Great opportunities to practice your English.
School Social Barbecue
At least once a month, we have a very popular big school barbecue nearby at Fort Derussy Park. This is a great chance to meet other students, practice English and enjoy lots of delicious food. Students can also participate in fun outdoor sports and social activities.
We plan a full calendar of exciting and unique daily activities so that you can enjoy the beauty of Hawaii while practing English. They include free weekly sunset beach yoga and free weekly hula, surfing, hiking, beach trips, picnics, catamaran cruises, more!
Tuition & Fees 2020
- All fees in U.S. dollars. Hawaii G.E. tax included.
- All prices are subject to change without notice.
- 2020 tuition fees will be honored for 2021 bookings paid by Nov. 1, 2020.
- 2020 tuition fees will apply for programs starting in 2020.
- IIE accepts payment in the form of U.S. dollars, checks (American banks), traveler’s checks (in person), wire transfers, and credit cards (VISA/MasterCard/JCB).
- Wire transfers: please add $25 fee to the total amount.
- Military or Kamaaina rate: contact IIE for information
REGISTRATION & MATERIALS 2020
|Materials & Tech Fee||$15|
|Express Mail Fee||$100 (optional)|
ACADEMIC YEAR SCHEDULE36 Weeks + Breaks
The main General English program for students on a visa waiver, tourist visa or a visa other than F-1 student visa. All levels are held in the morning Tuesday though Friday.
A popular program designed for students on an F-1 Student Visa. All levels are held in the morning Monday-Friday. We recommend students study three months or more. This program is also offered in an Academic Year schedule with session breaks.