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Cost Estimation for English for International Business (EIB)

Application Fee$200
Program Fee
  • $1950
    4-week
  • $3700
    10-/8-week
Student Service Fee$100 - $300
Medical Insurance$200 - $1500
Books & Supplies$250

Housing Options

Housing Application Fee$200
International Village
  • 4-Week
    Studio: $1,736
    Single: $1,624
    Double: $924
  • 6-Week
    Studio: $3,570
    Single: $3,430
    Double: $1,176
  • 8/10-Week
    Studio: $3,570
    Single: $3,430
    Double: $1,960
  • 30-Week
    Studio: $9,660
    Single: $9,240
    Double: $5,250
American Family Homestay
  • Cost per week: $225
    $900 4-Week
    $1,350 6-Week
    $2,250 8/10-Week
    $6,750 30-Week
  • Cost per day: $33
    $924 4-Week
    $1,386 6-Week
    $2,310 8/10-Week
    $6,930 30-Week

The information provided is designed to just give you an idea of the approximate costs of attending our programs. Actual amounts depend on several factors, such as arrival and departure dates, services requested, and others.

This is not an official invoice, it cannot be used as an official document for any payment related issue or procedure

Actual amounts will be provided on an official invoice after complete application materials have been received.

All prices are in U.S. Dollars (US$)

All courses, dates and fees are subject to change without notice

English for International Business (EIB)

English for International Business (EIB)

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Upcoming Dates

2018

Winter 2018
Jan 3 - Feb 2, 2018(4-week)
Jan 3 - Mar 16, 2018 (8/10-week)

Spring 2018
Mar 28 - Apr 27, 2018 (4-week)
Mar 28 - Jun 8, 2018 (8/10-week)

Summer 2018
Jul 2 - Aug 1, 2018 (4-week)
Jul 2 - Aug 31, 2018 (8/10-week)

Fall 2018
Sep 26 - Oct 26, 2018 (4-week)
Sep 26 - Dec 7, 2018 (10-week)

2019

Winter 2019
Jan 2 - Feb 1, 2019(4-week)
Jan 2 - Mar 15, 2019 (8/10-week)

Spring 2019
Mar 27 - Apr 26, 2019 (4-week)
Mar 27 - Jun 7, 2019 (8/10-week)

Summer 2019
Jul 1 - Jul 31, 2019 (4-week)
Jul 1 - Aug 30, 2019 (8/10-week)

Fall 2019
Sep 25 - Oct 25, 2019 (4-week)
Sep 25 - Dec 6, 2019 (10-week)

At-a-Glance

completion icon 4-week cost icon $1950
completion icon 10-/8-week cost icon $3700
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EIB covers basic concepts of business practices in the U.S., while providing students with a better understanding of doing business in English internationally. Discussions and projects are a major part of the program, and students will gain specific business language skills for use in academic or professional business settings. Learn about teamwork, conducting business discussions, reading and analyzing business texts, writing and processing business documents using various software, designing and effectively presenting original business plans, and achieving idiomatic and cultural understanding of business in the U.S. and internationally.

The program runs year-round, and you choose the length and time of year. You will take an assessment test to determine your entry level, and if you are placed in an upper-intermediate/advanced level, you can select EIB as your program choice for one session of the Academic Year Program (AYP) and save!

Who Can Attend

Admission Requirements

  • Upper-Intermediate/Advanced English required: minimum TOEFL 500 PBT or 61 iBT; IELTS 5.5; or INT levels 500/600/700.
  • You may receive direct entry into the program with an official TOEFL score or equivalent; you will still be required to take an assessment test upon arrival so we can support you during your studies.
  • Minimum age: 17.

Immigration Information

  • This is a full-time program.
  • You must obtain an F-1 (student) visa.

Dates and Fees

2018

Winter 2018
Jan 3 - Feb 2, 2018(4-week)
Jan 3 - Mar 16, 2018 (8/10-week)

Spring 2018
Mar 28 - Apr 27, 2018 (4-week)
Mar 28 - Jun 8, 2018 (8/10-week)

Summer 2018
Jul 2 - Aug 1, 2018 (4-week)
Jul 2 - Aug 31, 2018 (8/10-week)

Fall 2018
Sep 26 - Oct 26, 2018 (4-week)
Sep 26 - Dec 7, 2018 (10-week)

2019

Winter 2019
Jan 2 - Feb 1, 2019(4-week)
Jan 2 - Mar 15, 2019 (8/10-week)

Spring 2019
Mar 27 - Apr 26, 2019 (4-week)
Mar 27 - Jun 7, 2019 (8/10-week)

Summer 2019
Jul 1 - Jul 31, 2019 (4-week)
Jul 1 - Aug 30, 2019 (8/10-week)

Fall 2019
Sep 25 - Oct 25, 2019 (4-week)
Sep 25 - Dec 6, 2019 (10-week)

Where to Stay

Recommended Housing

International Village (IV)

  • Conveniently located next to the Extension Center, restaurants, banks and the main UCR campus.
  • Offers three types of living arrangements: studio, single, or double
  • Open year-round
  • For adult students (age 18 or older) only.

Homestay

  • Stay with an American family to practice English daily and learn about American life and customs
  • Fully furnished room; double-occupancy
  • All meals and daily transportation (to/from school or school-related activities) included
  • Minimum age 14; no minimum stay

Experience California

Social & Cultural Activities

Make the most of your California experience!

Riverside has a friendly community and centralized location. Travel an hour in any direction to explore Los Angeles, San Diego, Palm Springs, and other famous destinations.

Fill your weekends with:

  • Unforgettable places, events and cultural immersion activities.
  • FREE social events to make professional connections.
  • Optional trips at a special student rate.

Additional Benefits

For 8/10-Week Sessions

  • Participate in the FREE Conversation Partner Program.

    • Practice your English, make a new friend, learn about U.S. culture and share your culture with others.
    • Available to all levels.

  • Students in EIB may:

    • Take a university entrance test preparation course (additional fees may apply), such as:
      • IETLS Prep
      • TOEFL or TOEIC Prep
      • GRE/GMAT Prep
    • Enroll for a discounted UCR Extension class (additional fees apply).
    • Earn transferable UC credit.

Before You Apply

You will be asked create an account and you will need to provide a valid email address, mailing address and other personal information.

Collect any required documents so you are prepared to upload them.

Supporting Documents:

  • Agency/embassy/partner university information. (Only required if you have one.)
  • Copy of your passport photo page.
  • Statement of Financial Support Form. Click to view the instructions and form.
  • Financial statement from the Bank, in English. Click to view the instructions.
  • If you are applying as a transfer student from another U.S. institution on an F-1 visa, you must upload copies of your current I-20, the front and back of your I-94, and current F-1 visa stamp. Click to view transfer instructions and form.
  • If you are under 18 years old, have your parents complete the parental release form.
“Enrich your life and transform your future by studying in the heart of Southern California. Employers all over the world recognize the University of California as the gold standard in academics. Experience YOUR California dream at sunny UCR - your place to shine.”

Bronwyn Jenkins-Deas

Associate Dean, UCR Extension
Director, International Programs

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