Our office will be operating remotely for the remainder of the fall semester. We continue to be available via email or for meetings through Webex, and this will continue to be the best way to reach us.
The University will be closed for the holiday break beginning Monday, December 21, 2020 and will reopen on Monday, January 4, 2021.
Updated hours and locations for the spring semester will be posted in January.
We can be contacted at [email protected] and we are happy to schedule appointments for video calls through Webex with any of our staff members as needed.
The Office of International Education fully supports and promotes the ongoing professional development of our faculty and staff in order to stay at the forefront of changing trends in the field of international education and the teaching of English as a second language.
Full-time students are eligible for I-20s. Our part-time program lets you choose one, two, or more classes per week. Our programs help you learn to communicate in the real world, whether your focus is on academic advancement, business success, or social situations.
The English Language Institute is dedicated to helping students after regular class times by offering many program extras, and our online application is available in multiple languages.
Our ESL courses reach beyond listening, speaking, reading and writing. They incorporate online activities, such as reading news articles, watching news reports, viewing YouTube and movie clips, writing e-mails and sharing opinions on a blog or social networking site.
Part-time Day Program
Au Pair Study Program
Spring 1 2021
January 28-March 12
Spring 2 2021
March 17-May 5
Summer 1 2021
May 13-June 24
Summer 2 2021
June 30-August 12
Fall 1 2021
September 1-October 20
Fall 2 2021
October 25-December 16
The English Language Institute is a full-time, intensive English language program for international students who are preparing to apply to the University, but have not taken the TOEFL; or who have been conditionally admitted to the University, but have lower TOEFL scores than the University requires. Academically qualified students who have been conditionally admitted to the University and successfully complete the English Language Institute may begin the degree program of their choice.
To view a listing of degree programs offered at St. Johns University, click here.
To apply directly to a St. Johns University program, choose the appropriate application.
Please notify the Office of International Education if you intend to apply for Conditional Admission. Please contact our office if you need assistance with the Conditional Admission process.
Why study at St. John's University?
As a major university, we can provide:
How much does it cost?
Au Pairs may take any course within our English Language Institute. Each 3-hour course costs $335 and qualifies for CEUs (continuing education units).