Austin, a city of 700,000, is the capital of Texas and home to 5 colleges and universities. Outstanding cultural and recreational activities, year-round mild weather, and global high-tech businesses make Austin one of the most vibrant and desirable places to live and study in the U.S.
English for Academic Purposes, Business, Communication & Culture, and Special Purposes; established in 1965; teachers with master's and Ph.D. degrees; year-round classes; session length ranges from 3 weeks to 16 weeks; 3 programs (Academic, Business, Communication & Culture) in 6 levels: computer and language laboratories: elective classes including TOEFL and TOEIC preparation, Pronunciation, and Conversation Skills; TIEP is a program of TIEC, an association of 32 Texas Public Universities.
Housing options include private dormitories, apartments, homestays, and cooperatives. Housing information is provided at no cost. Assistance with housing arrangements is available for a fee. Tuition, room, and board packages are available during the summer.