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Each course is 8 weeks long. All courses except the ASU admission courses are self-paced and begin at any time.
Yes. If you do not have access to a credit or debit card, you may create a PayPal account with your bank account routing number to store your funds securely and pay for courses. Arizona State University does not provide an option for wire transfer (Western Union, etc.) at this time.
Yes, all Global Launch online courses work in China.
Students and teachers can communicate via video conference for courses that offer live teacher feedback.
Yes, Global Launch will provide certificates for all students who complete their courses. However, this certificate does not qualify as proof of English proficiency for admission to Arizona State University.
No. Global Launch is a non-credit program, which means that you will not receive university credit for participating.
You need to have a score of 95% or higher on your placement exam to enroll for English for Admission and Achievement courses.
The TOEFL waiver only guarantees admission to Arizona State University. You must contact the admissions office at your university of interest to learn more about their English proficiency requirements.
English for Admission and Achievement is administered through weekly projects and discussions boards posted to your My ASU student account. This means that you will not have set class times each day, but you will need to log in regularly to stay on top of updates. We estimate that you will need at least 3-4 hours of internet access each week to review course materials, watch videos, participate in discussion board conversations and more. You may then log off and work on your coursework on your own, offline.