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Table of Contents

Mission Statement

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About ICC

3

2014 Administrative Staff

4 5-6

Academic Faculty

7

Class Levels Comparison Chart

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English for Communication English for Business

10-11

Cambridge ESOL Exam Preparation

12-13

University Gateway

14-15

CELTA Teaching Certification

16-17

Teen English Programs

18-19

Kids English Programs

20-21

Group Study Tour & Independent Study Program

22

Tuition & Fees

23

Course Dates

24

Accommodations Options & Fees

25-26

How to Apply: Visa & Non-student Visa

27-28

Terms & Conditions

29

Activities

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Our Mission ICC Hawaii’s mission is to provide high quality instruction in English as a Second Language and other second languages. We help students meet all their language goals, be they academic, social or professional. As an extension of ICC’s commitment to quality instruction, we also provide training for ESL instructors, utilizing the best teaching methods and practices of ESL instruction.

At ICC we are committed to: 

A communicative approach to learning. The communicative approach is an interactive approach of teaching language that provides opportunities for students to engage in real-life communication and to communicate in meaningful ways about meaningful topics in a second language.

Tailoring academic programs to meet the individual needs of students, taking into consideration their unique goals, learning styles and abilities.

Providing curriculum, activities and housing options to help ease the transition in each student’s relocation process. ICC provides a warm, full-service support system to assist students with all their needs during their stay so they can experience the full enjoyment of Hawaii.

Promoting cultural understanding and appreciation through providing culturally oriented education and activities. Through these elements, students can gain a better understanding of U.S. culture and learn to fully appreciate the beauty, history and culture of Hawaii and its outdoor life.

Providing an intercultural experience through maintaining a diverse student body and maximizing student interaction with one another.

Assisting with transitions to academic institutions for those who wish to pursue higher education in the United States.

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About ICC

About ICC

PROGRAMS ENGLISH FOR COMMUNICATION ENGLISH FOR BUSINESS CAMBRIDGE EXAM PREPARATION: FCE, CAE, CPE UNIVERSITY GATEWAY PROGRAM CELTA TEACHER CERTIFICATION GROUP STUDY TOURS TEEN & KIDS ENGLISH CAMPS INDEPENDENT STUDY *Based on students enrolled January 2012–December 2012

Quick Facts

SERVICES     

Issue I-20 Visas Accommodation placement: homestay, apartment, studio, hotel Academic counseling for higher education Weekly activities: surfing, hula, swimming with dolphins, hiking, and more 24-hour emergency support

LOCATION & FACILITIES       

Located in downtown Honolulu, easily accessible by bus Walking distance of restaurants, shopping, and tourist attractions Exclusive 2nd floor of Clifford Center 10 modern air-conditioned classrooms Computer lab Free wireless internet access Student lounge with kitchenette and coffee & tea

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Average Enrollment 120 Students per month Class Size 8 students average (14 maximum) Start Dates Any Monday for English for Communication (See academic calendar for all courses)

Minimum Length of Enrollment 1 week Number of Programs 7+ Number of Instructors 10-15


2014 Administrative Staff Mika Sasamoto

msasamoto@icchawaii.edu

Executive Director

Louise Minervino

lminervino@icchawaii.edu

Director of Academics

Olivia M. Wong

owong@icchawaii.edu

Manager of Marketing & Communications

Natania S. Payne

registrar@icchawaii.edu

Registration

Zuzana Macias

zmacias@icchawaii.edu

Accommodations

Kenny Cabanting

kcabanting@icchawaii.edu

Activities & Marketing

Alla Razloga

info@icchawaii.edu

Student Services

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Academic Faculty Tad Matsunaga, English for Communication Instructor Prior to joining ICC, Tad had 10 years of experience in teaching ESL in and around Kobe, Japan where he taught English to all ages (pre-school to seniors) and all levels. He taught in an International school, area churches, junior and senior high schools and a trade school. Tad earned a MA in TESOL from Biola University. His thesis “Contrastive Rhetoric and Japanese English Students’ Expository Writing Style” which explores cultural differences in writing styles and their implications for ESL teachers is available through the ERIC Clearinghouse.

Ellen Kemp, Director of Cambridge With certifications in both TEFL and TeacherTraining along with a BA in English, Ellen has had teaching experience and leadership roles on three continents. She has taught ESL in Budapest Hungary, near Hanoi, Vietnam, Montreal and Vancouver, Canada and the Czech Republic. In Montreal, Ellen developed curriculum targeted for native Iniut speaking high school students and in Cheb, in the Czech Republic, served as Head Teacher, developing curriculum, selecting texts, and training staff. In Hawaii, she has prepared the certification documents for another language school, and here at ICC, manages the Cambridge course and testing program. Ellen is also famous for leading the most exciting and informative group trips to the other Hawaiian Islands, knowing all the secret beaches and hikes that most tourists never see!

Our teachers are your keys to success in English.

Rico Tudor, English for Business & English for Communication Instructor Rico has been teaching ESL and Businessrelated ESL for over5 years at Kapiolani Community College and language schools in Hawaii. Prior to this, Rico has been successful in business overseeing a force of 120 representatives in a chemical company and serving as vice president and then president of an international company based in Japan. Rico has an undergraduate degree from Harvard University and a MA in Public Administration from the University of Rhode Island. He has taken doctoral courses at the University of Pittsburgh School of Public and International Affairs and is fluent in both Japanese and Italian.

David Riggs, English for Communication Instructor

Scott Bowling, English for Communication Instructor

A native of upstate New York, Dave’s ESL experience has spanned almost 30 years and encompasses teaching in China, Japan, and Mexico. His experience also includes serving as a tour guide, an interpreter, and a crosscultural director. With a BA in East Asian Studies from the University of Washington, and an MA in Japanese Language from the University of Hawaii, he has taught Japanese conversation at the University of Hawaii, Chaminade University and Kapiolani Community College. At Cornell University he studied in the MBA program. He is fluent in Japanese, and also speaks some Chinese and Spanish. Dave says that the “atmosphere of ohana (family)” has kept him teaching at ICC Hawaii for 12 years.

Scott holds a BS in Business Administration from the University of Arizona and a Master's Degree in Bilingual Education from Northern Arizona University. He has been teaching for over 20 years, including three years instructing English abroad in Portugal and Mexico. He is fluent in both Spanish and Portuguese. Scott’s progressive teaching methods include blended learning using a wiki for each class that allows 24/7 participation. Scott leads outdoor activities for ICC, including hikes from the simple and scenic to more challenging trails. He enjoys leading more difficult hikes like he enjoys teaching complex phrases in English, because he loves watching his students overcome obstacles they never thought they could.

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Academic Faculty Devri Fuchigami, English for Communication Instructor

Bill Gosline, Cambridge and English for Communication Instructor

Devri, a longstanding Hawaiian resident, enjoys her life on the island with her husband and three children. She obtained her BA in Intercultural Communication with an emphasis on English and linguistics from Arizona State University in 1985, where she graduated Magna cum laude with honors. She continued her studies via CELTA in 2004, passing with an A. Devri has worked with ICC students since 2003 and has also taught ESL at Kaimuki/Kaiser Community School and the University of Hawaii, and even has experience teaching Drama and Public Speaking. Devri’s students adore her class, saying she is a kind and helpful teacher with an infectious passion for communication in the English language.

A native of the Pacific Northwest, Bill has both BA and MA degrees in political Science from Hampshire College in Amherst, MA. Prior to preparing students for the Cambridge FCE and CAE Exams at ICC, he taught for the Hawaii Department of Education. Bill is a published writer and a talented musician in a local band. He also is co-founder of Hawaii Progressive (HiP), the first interactive digital magazine to focus entirely on men's interests in the islands.

Kate Greennagel, English for Communication Instructor

Denise Brickman, English for Communication Instructor

Kate joined ICC in 2011. A graduate of our own esteemed CELTA program, she went from the students’ favorite substitute teacher to a full time tutor and academics assistant. She’s taught all levels of English for Communications as well as English for Business and our Teen Summer program. She has spent many summers as a camp counselor, working with kids and teens in Virginia. She’s also spent lots of time and energy raising funds for her alumni, University of Hawaii, where she earned a double BA in Political Science and German.

A native of South Africa, Denise brings worldwide language and cultural experience to her work at ICC. A graduate of Cape Town University, she has taught English in Ochanomizu, Japan for Berlitz, to health care workers in a Tokyo hospital and to Japanese students in the UK and Colorado. She gained Personal Management experience when working in a well-known company in the UK as staff trainer and personal manager. Besides her vast teaching experience and participation in teacher training workshops, Denise is a qualified therapeutic massage therapist. She enjoys travelling and has lived in Japan, Israel, Singapore and the United Kingdom.

Ellen Hunt, CELTA Main Course Tutor Ellen has over 25 years’ experience in the field of English Language Training as a CELTA (main course) Tutor and Assessor, a Director of Studies, course designer, material writer and instructor. She has been a CELTA Trainer since 2004 and a CELTA Assessor since 2010. She has also delivered training to non-native speakers in China, Vietnam and Singapore. She has a degree in General Education from South Central College in New Haven, CT, and is working on a MA in General Education with a specialty in applied linguistics from the Open University in the UK.

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“My teacher at ICC is my favorite teacher ever. She makes us laugh a lot, and I learned really fast… just by having a great time and making friends. All the teachers here are so kind. I never will forget them.” –Sara G., 8 months at ICC


Class Comparison

TOEFL / TOEIC / IELTS Estimate of ICC levels in comparison to standard tests TOEFL Paper

TOEIC

IELTS

TOEFL iBT

x

x

x

x

350 ~ 430

350 ~ 500

2.5 ~ 3.0

45 ~ 55

430 ~ 480

500 ~ 600

3.0 ~ 4.0

57 ~ 70

480 ~ 550

600 ~ 700

5.0 ~ 6.5

70 ~ 109

550 ~ 600

700 ~ 850

6~7

110 ~ 120

600 +

850 +

7.5+

120 +

English for Business

450 +

650

5.5

65+

Cambridge FCE

450 ~ 500

600 ~ 700

5 ~ 6.5

63 ~ 85

Cambridge CAE

500 ~ 550

700 ~ 850

6.5 ~ 8

85 ~ 115

Cambridge CPE

600 +

900 +

8<

120+

English for Communication

Beginner English for Communication

Inter 1 English for Communication

Inter 2 English for Communication

High Inter 1 English for Communication

High Inter 2 English for Communication

Advanced

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English for Communication As our most popular program, this general English course provides a friendly environment in which students practice, improve and enjoy using their English skills. There are five levels ranging from Beginner to High-Intermediate2/Advanced. All levels focus on speaking and listening and include level-appropriate amounts of reading and writing.

English for Communication (EC)

English for Communication PLUS (student visa required)

The core curriculum consists of 16 hours of lessons per week. This core curriculum is required for both parttime and full-time students.

In addition to the core curriculum, full-time students choose from the following options:

Part-time Students (non-student visa): 16 hours/week (core curriculum)

Class Levels English Class Level

Beginner* Intermediate 1 Intermediate 2 High-Intermediate 1 High-Intermediate 2 Advanced

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English for Communication PLUS: core curriculum + 4 hours of electives (20 hours/week) English for Communication Intensive PLUS: core curriculum + 4 hours of electives + 10 additional hours of study (30 hours/week)

Elective/Enrichment Examples

Duration

Phrasal Verbs

Listening & Speaking Film

Everyday Grammar

Marketing in English

American Culture

Literature

1-3 terms (up to 12 weeks) 1-4 terms (up to 16 weeks) 1-4 terms (up to 16 weeks) 1-4 terms

Reading Strategies TOEIC Vocabulary

Travel Basics

Job Searching: Business English

Current Events Conversation

Hawaiian Culture

Journalism

Listening Workshop

Pronunciation Workshop

Formal Speaking

Prepositions

Understanding Lectures

(up to 16 weeks) 1-4 terms (up to 16 weeks) 1-8 terms (up to 32 weeks)

*Beginner classes are not for complete beginners. This course assumes some basic knowledge of the English alphabet, basic vocabulary, and fundamental communication skills. For more information, please visit www.icchawaii.edu

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English for Communication MORNING: High Intermediate & Advanced Classes 8:30am - 10:20am Monday - Friday

Listening and Speaking (core curriculum)

10:30am - 12:30pm Monday, Wednesday & Friday

Reading & Writing General/Academic (core curriculum)

10:30am - 12:30pm Tuesday & Thursday

Electives for EC PLUS and EC Intensive PLUS

Full-time Students Only

1:00pm - 2:50pm Monday - Friday

EC Intensive PLUS

Full-time Students Only

AFTERNOON: Beginner & Intermediate Classes Integrated Skills Listening/Speaking/Reading/Writing (core curriculum)

1:00pm-2:50pm Mon. - Fri. +3pm-5pm Mon., Wed. & Fri. 3:00pm-5:00pm Tuesday & Thursday Full-time Students Only

Electives for EC PLUS & EC Intensive PLUS (Beginners: Enrichment in All Skills)

10:30am-12:30pm Monday - Friday

EC Intensive PLUS

Full-time Students Only

Elective/Enrichment Classes:

Level Placement: Pre-entrance test available online. Placement test is given every Monday, before entering class.

Elective classes are offered to complement the 16 hour core curriculum of the English for Communication program. Full-time students can choose a new elective each term focusing on skills such as pronunciation, conversation, culture, and much more.

2014 Enrichment Weeks:

The English for Communication Program breaks for 1-week vacations 2-3 times each year to give long-term students a little time off from studying. However, Enrichment Classes are offered during these weeks if you would prefer to continue your studies. Enrichment weeks allow Beginner-High Intermediate 2/Advanced students to choose a variety of Electives to enjoy for 16 or 20 hours.

May 27 - 30 &

Dec 15 - 18

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English for Business English has become the #1 language in international business. This course boosts students’ professional English skills by focusing on essential business vocabulary, knowledge of standard practices, professional writing and cultural sensitivity so that you can cross borders with confidence.

English for Business (EB)

English for Business PLUS (student visa required)

The core curriculum consists of 16 hours of lessons per week. This core curriculum is required for both parttime and full-time students.

In addition to the core curriculum, full-time students choose from the following options:

Part-time Students (non-student visa): 16 hours/week (core curriculum)

English for Business PLUS: core curriculum + 4 hours of electives (20 hours/ week) English for Business Intensive PLUS: core curriculum + 4 hours of electives + 10 additional hours of study (30 hours/week)

January 6—April 11 You may begin your course on any Monday within this period and study for a minimum of one week.

Guest speakers and class excursions enhance the program through hands-on and real-life experiences in modern English business practices.

Each week you will participate in a case study based on the Harvard Business School model.

English for Business Student Testimonial: “After weeks of being a student in the English for Business course taught by Rico Tudor, I continuously enjoy the variety of topics that we cover each week. Rico teaches in a fun and exciting way where he works closely with us so we can fully understand each lesson. Some of my favorite topics include communications & communicators, marketing & branding, and networking. In addition to our lessons, we sometimes have guest speakers come and talk about the realities of running a business. The English for Business course here at ICC is very useful and interactive, something that students can actually gain much knowledge from. “ Khalifah Al-Theyab, Saudi Arabia

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English for Business Weekly Schedule 8:30am - 10:20am Monday - Friday

English for Business (core curriculum)

10:30am - 12:30pm Monday, Wednesday & Friday

English for Business (core curriculum)

10:30am - 12:30pm Tuesday & Thursday

Electives for EB PLUS & EB Intensive PLUS

Full-time Students Only

1:00pm - 2:50pm Monday - Friday

EB Intensive PLUS

Full-time Students Only

2014 Schedule 2014 Dates

Topic

January 6 – 10

Communications and Communicators

January 13 – 17

International Marketing and Branding

January 21* – 24

Strengthening Business Relationships

January 27 — 31

Success and Negotiating

February 10 – 14

Human Resource Topics

February 18* – 21

Managing Risk

February 24 – 28

E-Commerce

March 3 – 7

Team Building and Team Work

March 10 – 14

Raising Money/Finance

March 17 – 21

Customer Service

March 24 -* 28

Managing a Crisis

March 31— April 4

Management Styles

April 7—11

Mergers and Takeovers

* - Holiday Dates: No School Jan. 20, Feb. 17, March 26

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Students must prove an UpperIntermediate level of proficiency to qualify for this course. Pre-tests for assessment are available by request. Please email info@icchawaii.edu to check if your level meets the minimum requirements, or see our comparable test scores chart on Page 7. *Generally, students who have an English Proficiency of High Intermediate 1 or above qualify for this course


Cambridge ESOL Exam Prep These courses equip students to achieve a Cambridge certificate recognized by thousands of universities, companies, and governments worldwide. ICC was the first site in Hawaii to be approved for these highly regarded exams and has been successfully preparing

ICC Cambridge ESOL Students

First Certificate in English (FCE) Level: Upper-intermediate English for general work or study

Certificate in Advanced English (CAE) Level: Advanced English for higher education and professional purposes

Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) Level: Extremely advanced English for higher education and professional purposes (near native-speaker)

Optional Daily Extra Hour Tutoring FREE!

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Cambridge ESOL Exam Prep 2014 Cambridge Schedule Courses Winter 9 week Intensive Course

Spring 12 week Course

Summer 4 week Course (Cambridge Pre-Prep Workshop)

Fall 12 week Course

Course Dates

Times

January 6-March 7 (exam to follow)

March 17-June 6 (exam to follow)

August 11-September 5

Monday-Friday 8:30am to 12:30pm

(no official exam included)

September 8-November 28 (exam to follow)

Fees $175

Registration Fee (all courses) Tuition + Materials 4 week Workshop

$1,055

Materials & Exam Fee (9 or 12 week)

$390

Tuition 9 week intensive course

$3,500

Tuition 12 week course

$3,500

Entrance Requirement Applicants for all Cambridge courses must pass an entrance exam on arrival. If their level is not adequate, they will be counseled regarding further options. Entrance exam available at www.icchawaii.edu For a complete list of institutions accepting Cambridge scores see www.cambridgeesol.org/institutions/search.php.

Why take a Cambridge Exam Preparation Class at ICC? 

Highly qualified teachers with Cambridge examiner experience

1 hour of free tutoring optional after class every day

Weekly practice tests to monitor progress

Focus on strategies specific to the exam

Complete immersion experience with English-only policy strictly enforced

Study in the mornings and enjoy Hawaii in the afternoon

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Official tests will be given within 8 days of the last day of class. Dates and times are subject to change.


University Gateway ICC’s University Gateway Program is a unique pathway to achieving your Bachelor’s or Master’s degree at a U.S. university. We work closely with American universities to assure admission and a smooth transition into these institutions of higher learning for our international students. Even more importantly, we make certain each student is well prepared to succeed in an all-English university learning environment via intensive study hours, private lessons and counseling as they prepare for their next big step.

Improve English & Academic Skills at ICC

Get your Bachelor’s or Master’s degree

Students can join the University Gateway program at any time. Class options vary so please see our 2014 Course Dates before registering. The minimum enrollment period for this program is 1 week. There is no maximum enrollment period.

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University Gateway Program Includes: 

Choice of one or multiple programs to maximize your learning at one price: 30 Hours EC / 30 Hours EB / 20-30 Hours Cambridge Exam Preparation

Private or Semiprivate Lessons for 2 hours/week

Academic Counseling every month

Special consideration and assistance in the application process with our partner universities

Monthly Counseling:

Intensive English Lessons:  30 Hours per week of English for Communication

or  30 Hours per week of English for Business

or  Cambridge Preparation Course at no extra charge

for students enrolling for 6 months or more in University Gateway Program. *

Private or Semi-Private Lessons Weekly:

 Individual counseling sessions at the

end of every term with the Director of Academics to help choose the best options in course offerings and keep track of continuing progress towards goals. 1-4 weeks

$415/week + $150 = $565/week

5-8 weeks

$400/week + $150 = $550/week

9-12 weeks

$385/week + $150 = $535/week

13-16 weeks

$370/week + $150 = $520/week

17-20 weeks

$355/week + $150 = $505/week

21-24 weeks

$340/week + $150 = $490/week

25+ weeks

$325/week + $150 = $475/week

 2 Hours/week of Private or Semiprivate Lessons

to focus on specific areas for improvement and skills necessary to keep up in an advanced all-English learning environment.

* Cambridge test scores are beneficial in applying to US universities and in job searches, so the courses are strongly recommended for University Gateway students. The 2 Private/Semiprivate weekly lessons included in the University Gateway program are exchanged for 5 optional hours of tutoring with the Cambridge teacher for the duration of the course. Official exam fees are included.

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CELTA Teaching Certification

CELTA is a widely respected Cambridge course that certifies you to teach English as a second language to adults from around the world. During this course, teacher trainees become familiar with the principles of successful teaching and develop the skills needed to teach adult ESL learners effectively.

Hands-on experience designing and delivering lesson plans in a real classroom with instructor guidance.

Your certification will open doors to teaching opportunities in every country!

â&#x20AC;&#x153;The CELTA course gave me the tools to confidently stand in front of a class and teach. The quality of the content, the tutors and the overall experience were of the highest caliber. I recommend this course to anyone with an interest in an internationally recognized ESL teaching qualification.â&#x20AC;? Ben Sang, CELTA graduate

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CELTA Teaching Certification Free Job Placement Assistance! Job placement assistance is included! No previous experience, second languages or degrees requiredjust a proven English proficiency level high enough to succeed and the desire to help others communicate.

2014 CELTA Courses Course Number

Start Date

End Date

Application Deadline

Schedule TBA

4-Week Tuition (40 Hours/week): $2,450 Includes Certification

Tuition & Fees

Age Minimum 20. No degrees or previous experience required

How to Apply

Submit application and successfully completed pre-interview task to Lminervino@icchawaii.edu by deadline given above.

Pass mandatory interview session.

No payment due until acceptance is granted.

Payment in full due 30 days before class start date.

CELTA course topics You will cover five main topics as part of your CELTA course:

    

Learners and teachers, and the teaching and learning context Language analysis and awareness Language skills: reading, listening, speaking and writing

Planning and resources for different contexts Developing teaching skills and professionalism.

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Teen English Programs

Teenagers from around the world, ages 13-17, can join intensive English classes in the morning and explore Hawaii with fun activities in the afternoon while enjoying the warm aloha of a local family.

English Lessons    

15 hours/week of customized English lessons Excellent Teachers with high-interest subjects 100% ALL-ENGLISH environment Multicultural classrooms

Activities   

Daily teacher-led excursions and activities for maximum fun and exploration All-English activities, too! Enjoy music, art, nature, culture, sports & more!

Homestay    

Airport transfers with traditional Hawaiian lei greeting Pre-screened and accountable families 3 meals included daily! Families send packed lunches to school with students Complete cultural and language immersion

Dates:

Application Deadline:

Winter (2 Weeks): January 27—February 7 Summer (4 Weeks): July 21—August 22

Winter Deadline: November 1, 2013 Summer Deadline: June 30, 2014

*all students must arrive in Honolulu the Saturday or Sunday before their 1st day of class

Duration:

Age:

1-5 weeks (1 week minimum) Monday-Friday

Teens 13-17

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Teen English Schedule

Sample Teen Summer Schedule*

Sample Teen Summer Schedule*

*Activities may be subject to change with further notice

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Kids English Camps

English Lessons    

3 hours of English lessons every morning. Guided talk time at the end of every exciting day. 100% ALL-ENGLISH environment. Multicultural classrooms.

Activities  

Students play together in an all-English environment. Swimming, songs and stories around camp fires, archery, games, sports… nonstop fun!

YMCA Campgrounds    

Dates:

YMCA Camp Erdman is located on the safe and serene North Shore of Oahu, right beside the beach. Professional camp counselors protect and give guidance. 3 healthy and fresh meals served daily. Students share bunk beds in classic camping cabins.

Winter (2 Weeks) : January 27—February 7 *official program starts Jan 27 & ends Feb 7, but all students must check-in on Jan 26 and check out Feb 8

Summer (2 Weeks) : July 28—August 8 *official program starts July 28 & ends Aug 8, but all students must check-in on July 27 and check out Aug 9

Application Deadlines: Enrollment: 2 week mandatory Sunday Start, Sunday End 20

Winter: November 1, 2013 Summer: May 1, 2014 Ages: Kids 8-12 (no exceptions)


Kids English Camps Kids from around the world, ages 8-12, can join intensive English classes in the morning with ICC’s gifted teachers, and then enjoy the fun and excitement of an international camp located on the stunning North Shore of Oahu. The natural beauty of the campgrounds plus enthusiastic camp counselors make this a completely unforgettable all-English experience!

Camp Cost

Mandatory 2-Week Participation

What’s Included? 15 Hours of intensive English lessons/week Daily guided talk time Learning materials/books Bunk bed in classic camping cabin Multiple guided activities daily Counselors 24/7 3 Meals freshly prepared daily

For more info, see www.icchawaii.edu

What’s Not Included? Airport Transfer: Many families prefer to drop off and pick up their children and see the campgrounds. Therefore, we’ve made delivery to the camp optional. Please indicate if you’d like to add this service in your registration and we’ll send you the options and fees. Bed linens: Students should bring their own linens (Twin Bed size) or sleeping bag and towel.

Sample Weekly Schedule Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

8am: Breakfast

8am: Breakfast

8am: Breakfast

8am: Breakfast

8am: Breakfast

8am: Breakfast

9am-12pm: Class

9am-12pm: Class

9am-12pm: Class

9am-12pm: Class

9am-12pm: Class

9am-12pm: Class

12pm: Lunch

12pm: Lunch

12pm: Lunch

12pm: Lunch

12pm: Lunch

12pm: Lunch

1pm-3pm: Swimming 1pm-3pm: Archery

1pm-3pm: Swimming

1pm-2pm: Climbing Wall

1pm-3pm: Swimming

1pm-2:30pm: Volleyball

3pm-5pm: HIKE

3pm-5pm: Free Time

3pm-5pm: Basketball

2pm-4pm: Field Sport

3pm-6pm: Alpine Tower 3pm-6pm:

5:30 pm: Dinner

5pm: Dinner

5 pm: Dinner

4pm-5pm: Free time

6 pm: Dinner

Team Building Outdoor

6-7pm: Story time

6-7pm: Story time

6-7pm: Story time

5pm: Dinner

6-7pm: Story time

Challenge Course

6-8pm:Campfire

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6pm: Dinner


Group Study Tours School groups, business groups, and groups of friends can have the learning experience of a lifetime with the best English school in Paradise– We’ll take care of every detail, from accommodations to unforgettable outings.

Join students from around the world in English for Communication or English for Business classes OR Let us design a class to fit your group’s precise goals. For further inquiry, please email info@icchawaii.edu

Independent Study Some students with a high level of proficiency wish to combine classes with on-the-job training for first hand experience in an all-English work environment. We are happy to accommodate these students whenever possible, offering opportunities in our marketing & PR department, customer service, academics preparation and more. This portion of unpaid interning is designed to complement the classes each student participates in and the tasks performed are always relevant to each student’s strengths and goals for their future. After successful completion of this program, students will have a permanent record of their experience and can use ICC Hawaii as a future reference.

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2014 Tuition & Fees GENERAL FEES $175

Mandatory/1-Time Only

$150 / 16 weeks

Mandatory for EC & EB

$250

Optional*

$100

Optional

Registration Text Book, Technology and Materials *Every 16 weeks, students receive new learning materials as they advance to higher level courses

Sevis Fee & Preparation *The $200 SEVIS fee is required for any student studying in the U.S. with a student visa Optional: ICC can process the SEVIS fee for an additional $50 fee

Express Mailing

English for Communication (EC)/English for Business (EB) WEEKLY RATES EC/EB

PLUS

Intensive PLUS

1-4

$275

$295

$415

5-8

$265

$285

$400

9-12

$255

$275

$385

13-16

$245

$265

$370

(Student Visa)

17-20

$235

$255

$355

21-24

$225

$245

$340

University Gateway Program: Intensive Weekly Prices + $150/Week

25+

$205

$225

$325

EC/EB (part-time) = 16 Hours (Non-Student Visa)

EC/EB PLUS = 20 Hours (Student Visa)

EC/EB Intensive PLUS = 30 Hours

Intensive Study Program (30 hours/week) + Weekly Private/SemiPrivate Lessons + Monthly Counseling

Cambridge ESOL Exam Preparation: FCE, CAE, & CPE 9 Week Intensive: $3,890

12 Week Course: $3,890

Materials/Fees: $390 Tuition: $3,500 *Official exam to be administered within 8 days

Materials/Fees: $390 Tuition: $3,500 *Official exam to be administered within 8 days

Materials Included *No official exam to follow

Private Lessons & Group Study Tours

CELTA Teacher Preparation

Teen & Kids English Camp

Private: $80/lesson Semiprivate : $50/lesson per student

4 Week Writing Workshop: $1,055

4 Week Course: $2450 Registration & Materials Included Certification upon Successful Completion Dates TBA

For more info, please email

Night & notice. Weekend Course: TBA Lesson: 50-55 Lessons: minutes. Tuition $50/lesson and fees are subject to change without See our website www.icchawaii.edu for course descriptions and more Online info@icchawaii.edu Registration & Materials Included information. Group Study Tours:

Certification upon Successful Completion

Prices vary with options. See Info Sheet

1-Week Teacher Training: $350 Materials Included. Dates TBA.

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2014 Course Dates EC English for Communication Course Start Dates Always enrolling Start any Monday except for holidays.

EC Enrichment Weeks May 27 - 30 & Dec 15 - 18

ICC School Holidays Graduation (Normally scheduled classes will not be held on graduation days. Continuing students are welcome to join teacher-student conferences and assessments.)

EB English for Business Dates January 6 - April 11 Start any Monday except for holidays.

Cambridge Course Dates Cambridge FCE,CAE & CPE: 9 weeks - Jan 6 - March 7 12 weeks - March 17 - June 6 September 8 - November 28 *Official exams given within 8 days of last class.

4 weeks - August 11 - September 5 *No official exam immediately following

Teen & Kids English Camp Teen & Kids Winter: Jan 27 - Feb 7 (Kids check-in on Jan 26 and check out Feb 8)

Teen Summer: July 21 - August 22 Kids Summer: July 28â&#x20AC;&#x201D;August 8 (Kids check-in on July 27 and check out Aug 9)

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Accommodations Our Accommodations Coordinator will help you find the perfect place to call home in Honolulu.

Homestay

Island Colony

Ewa Suites

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Minimum Stay

Accommodations Options

Homestay Family

18 years old & over (breakfast & dinner)

Move Out Cleaning Fee

Additional Day

$350

none

$50

$420

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$60

$500

$160

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$1000

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$36

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Under 18 years old (breakfast, lunch & dinner) Studio with kitchenette (up to 2 occupants)

Island Colony Suites*

Weekly Price*

One Bedroom Apartment (up to 4 occupants)

1 week

Shared 1-Bedroom Apartment (up to 4 occupants) Low season months – 04, 05, 06, 09, 10, 11

1 week

$715

$160

$102

High season months – 01, 02, 03, 07, 08, 12

1 week

$854

$160

$122

Ewa Suites*

*Prices for Island Colony and Ewa Suites are guaranteed through May 2014

Homestay

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Complete English immersion experience First-hand experience with American and Hawaiian culture Private rooms Meals provided All host families have been carefully screened to ensure safety and comfort. Homes are within a 30-60 minute bus ride from school.

(Airport pick up for homestays is mandatory to ensure convenient check in)

Island Colony Suites – Studio and One Bedroom Apartments

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In the heart of Waikiki, near beaches, shops, restaurants and night life. The whole 7th floor reserved for ICC students: Study Together & Play Together Apartments have 2 full-size beds, a table and chairs, a dresser, closet, TV, internet access, air conditioning, kitchenette, private bathroom and a spacious balcony. Towels, bed sheets, a hairdryer, and an iron are provided. A coin operated laundry, swimming pool with Jacuzzi, sauna, gym, convenient store, and rental car agency are all on site. Island Colony Suites are only 25 minutes via bus to ICC. (Airport pick up is mandatory) Weekly cleaning for an additional fee is available

Ewa Suites – Single studio and Studio with kitchenette

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Only 1 block from the famous Waikiki Beach, Honolulu Zoo, Waikiki Aquarium, Kapiolani Park and direct bus route to ICC. Shops and restaurants are only few minutes away. Studios are equipped with 2 twin beds, dresser, TV, Wi-Fi Internet, private bathroom, table and chairs, closet, kitchenette, and some have a private balcony. Towels and bed sheets, a hairdryer, an iron and weekly maid service are provided. A coin operated laundry and 24 hour front desk are on site. Only 25 minutes by bus to ICC. (Please contact us for price for less than 4 weeks)

Additional Fees: Accommodations Placement Fee: $180 (mandatory for all placements) Round-trip Airport Transfer: $120 ($70 pick up or $50 drop off at the airport can be booked separately) Island Colony Check–in Fee: $30 (Exempt if airport pick-up is purchased) Island Colony Guest Fee: $100 (mandatory for any guest of ICC student staying more than 2 nights) An additional $100 fee applies to students who change their housing arrangements after arrival. $50 Fee for moving transport service. * Prices and policies subject to change without notice. * All cancellations or requests for a change of accommodations must be received in writing. * For refund information or cancellation fees please see Accommodations Refund Policy

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Apply: Student Visa A student visa is required if: you study in the U.S. for more than 90 days or study for more than 17.5 hours/week

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Fill out application (online or printable form)

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Email registrar@icchawaii.edu or fax ICC: Copy of valid passport Recent bank statement showing sufficient funds for study

Pay ICC $175 registration fee + $250 SEVIS fee (or you can pay $200 SEVIS fee directly at www.fmjfee.com at least 3 days prior to your visa interview) + Accommodations placement fee (if requested) by: Credit card (credit card authorization form or by phone) PayPal Wire transfer U.S. Check Cash Application cannot be processed without payment of these

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ICC will send you a confirmation email with further instructions, arrival information & I-20 form in mail (within 3 days of application)

Schedule visa interview with local U.S. Consulate, while I-20 form is in mail (Express delivery available for $100)

Attend a visa interview with U.S. consulate & bring: Valid passport Recent bank statement showing sufficient funds for study I-20 form mailed to you by ICC SEVIS fee payment receipt Letter of acceptance

Pay tuition to ICC 30 days before course start date (total amount due or first 12 weeks of tuition if studying longer)

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Apply: Non-Student Visa A Student Visa is not needed if: you study in the US for a maximum of 18 hours/week  Visa waiver/ESTA visa (certain countries up to 90 days)  B1/B2 Visitor visa (Tourist Visa up to 6 months)  US citizen or permanent resident

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Fill out application (online or printable form)

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Pay $175 registration fee + Accommodation placement fee (if requested) by: Credit card (credit card authorization form or by phone) PayPal Wire transfer U.S. Check Cash

Application cannot be processed without payment of these nonrefundable fees

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ICC will send you a confirmation email & arrival information (within 3 days of application)

Pay tuition to ICC 30 days before course start date Pay total amount in full OR Pay tuition for first 12 weeks if studying long-term

Payment Options Payment can be made to ICC in the following ways: 1. Credit Card (in person, via phone, or with authorization form) 

Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Dinners, and JCB

2. Pay Pal 3. Cash (in person only) 4. Check (U.S. banks only) 5. Traveler’s Check (in person only) 6. Wire transfer: Contact registrar@icchawaii.edu for wire info.

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Terms & Conditions

Situation All cancellations Student is denied non-immigrant visa 30 days or more before course begins 29-15 days before course begins 14-8 days before course begins 7-1 days before course begins

General cancellation policy after arrival

Reduction in class hours per week Cambridge Courses (FCE/CAE/CPE)

Refund Amount There are no refunds for registration, SEVIS or FEDEX fees. Students dismissed for poor attendance will not be eligible for refunds. Written notice must be received 7 days before cancellation period. All cancellations after the course of study begins are subject to a $500 cancellation fee. 100% tuition minus registration fee, SEVIS fee, and shipping (if applicable) 100% tuition minus registration fee, SEVIS fee, and shipping (if applicable) 50% on the first 12 weeks and 100% of the remaining weeks minus registration fee, SEVIS fee, and shipping (if applicable) 15% tuition of the first 12 weeks and 100% of the remaining weeks minus registration fee, SEVIS fee, and shipping (if applicable) Subject to the General Cancellation Policy below minus registration fee, SEVIS fee, and shipping (if applicable) There are no refunds on the first 12 weeks of tuition. Tuition for the remaining weeks is refunded on a 60% prorated basis. There are no partial week refunds. Extensions are subject to the 12 week cancellation policy starting the 1st day of extension. Authorized Leaves of Absences and documented medical emergencies are compensated by additional days of study equal to time lost, not through refunds. Note: Leaves of absence must be taken at least 4 weeks prior to the inquiring studentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s last day of study at ICC No refund Refund policies as above apply. The $380 book and test fee is nonrefundable.

*Students who apply through travel agents have signed contracts with these agents that may include additional cancellation penalties, no-refund policies, or home country refund only conditions.

ACCOMMODATION CANCELLATIONS Situation

Refund Amount

14 days or more before accommodation begins

100% minus Accommodation Placement fee.

13 days or less before accommodation begins

100% minus Accommodation Placement fee plus one (1) week of accommodations charge.

After 1st day of accommodation stay

Full refund minus 2 weeks or remainder of accommodation charges paid.

*The Accommodation Placement Fee is nonrefundable. All cancellations of accommodations must be in writing. All changes of accommodations require at least 2 weeks notice. There is a $100 transfer fee for changing accommodations after arrival. Every effort is made to issue refunds within 30 days of receipt of the cancellation request.

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Activities

ICC Activities gives students the opportunity to explore the many adventures Hawaii has to offer. Whether it’s hiking, learning how to hula, traveling to other islands, or swimming with the dolphins, ICC will help make your stay a memorable one!

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Swimming with Dolphins Hula Lessons Surf Lessons Horseback Riding Hiking Ohana Potlucks Outer Island Trips Sunset Catamaran Cruises ...and more!

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ICC Hawaii 2014 Guide