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|About||Eastern Mennonite University’s Intensive English Program (IEP) offers full-time English classes to focus on building academic language skills and intercultural understanding.|
EMU educates students to serve and lead in a global context. Our Christian community challenges students to pursue their life calling through scholarly inquiry, artistic creation, guided practice, and life-changing cross-cultural encounter. We invite each person to follow Christ’s call to
bear witness to faith,
serve with compassion, and
walk boldly in the way of nonviolence and peace.
IEP students interact with classmates from around the world and with North American EMU students through the LILAC program. These cross-cultural encounters speed the learning process and create lifelong memories.
IEP students are usually planning on higher studies at EMU or another American college or working to advance in their careers all over the globe. About 25 to 40 students study in IEP courses each session, representing 15 to 20 different countries. Our students come from three of the world’s largest faith groups – Buddhists, Muslims, and Christians.