The Embry-Riddle Language Institute (ERLI) is an intensive English program providing English-language instruction and cultural orientation to non-native speakers of English.
If you desire to become more proficient in listening, speaking, reading, and writing the English language, this intensive English program is for you!
Students can be granted conditional admission to the University pending completion of our program or a passing TOEFL/IELTS score, assuming they meet all other University admission requirements.
Concurrent enrollment is also possible for eligible students. This allows them to begin their University studies while continuing their English language studies.
Embry-Riddle Language Institute students have full access to all Embry-Riddle facilities.
ERLI also provides English language instruction to students who are not college bound.
Embry-Riddle Language Institute's intensive English program prepares students for life in a university environment. However, the program is also well-suited to people who wish simply to raise their overall skill level in English.
Our classes are divided into the main language skill areas and levels include: high-beginning through advanced. We also have TOEFL preparation classes to help students pass the TOEFL.
We offer a variety of classes at varying levels for students ranging from levels two up to level five. In addition special topic classes are also available.
1.Listening & Speaking
2.American Topics Two
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, in Daytona Beach, Florida, will host an EducationUSA Academy for four weeks in Summer 2017 for students aged 15-17.
ERAU already holds summer programs for approximately 500 teenagers from the US and around the world each summer through its popular K-12 Education Outreach Program. EducationUSA Academy students will share dorms and participate in evening activities which include sports and game nights with K-12 Outreach students. There is also an interfaith chapel on campus, which caters to diverse faiths.
ERLI and the K-12 Education Outreach department at ERAU will work together to make this a safe, enjoyable, and educational experience for all participants.
Be students (currently enrolled or recently graduated), ages 15-17;
Have an intermediate level of English or approximately 3 years of middle to high school English language study (Note: language requirements may vary slightly by institution);
Be mature and self-disciplined students with a commitment to active participation in the Academy and its programming;
Be non-native English speakers, non-U.S. citizens, and reside outside of the United States;
Have sufficient personal funds to cover immigration fees and international airfare.
Located in the Student Village on campus, Adams Hall is a five-story building designated for first-year students.
Each student room is furnished with two single beds with extra-long mattresses, dresser, desk and chair, lockable box or drawer, and a small refrigerator and microwave. Rooms have wireless Internet access, cable TV...read all
Doolittle Hall is a three-story residence hall typical of traditional university housing and is designated for first-year students. It is located near the center of campus near the Eagle Fitness Center and Tine W. Davis Swimming Pool. Basketball, tennis, and volleyball courts are nearby, as well as picnic tables and...read all
Located near the center of campus, McKay Hall is a two-story residence hall featuring spacious suite-style rooms designated for first-year students. Two or three students can share each room, which includes a private bathroom. Residents share a small, private study room with students in an adjoining room.
Each student room...read all
Located in the Student Village on campus, Wood Hall is a five-story building designated for first-year students.
Each student room is furnished with two single beds with extra-long mattresses, a dresser, a desk and chair, a lockable box or drawer, and a small refrigerator and microwave. Rooms have wireless Internet...read all