It is rare for a program to get accreditation when it is as young as ours, so we are very happy about it. I am so proud of all our instructors who worked so hard on this.
Athens, Georgia (PRWEB) September 07, 2017
The staff and faculty of The University of Georgia’s Intensive English Program (IEP) are delighted to announce that the course has attained a 5-year accreditation from The Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA), an organization whose mission is to promote excellence in the field of English language teaching and administration.
The prestigious accreditation—which is only awarded to post-secondary intensive English language programs and institutions that meet the CEA’s rigorous standards for English instruction—provides both current and prospective IEP students with further assurance of the excellent quality of English language learning they will be receiving at UGA.
This achievement is the result of a 2-year process that involved thousands of hours of hard work by IEP instructors and staff. “It is rare for a program to get accreditation when it is as young as ours, so we are very happy about it. I am so proud of all our instructors who worked so hard on this,” said Dr. Karen Braxley, Director of the UGA Intensive English Program.
The University of Georgia Intensive English Program offers rigorous, supportive, and student-centered English language instruction to students from all over the world at a wide range of levels. Less than four years old, the program strives to offer the highest quality of language education possible, and its CEA accreditation is further evidence of its growing reputation for excellence within its field.