Facilities: ULI is located in the Cityplex
Towers (middle tower, 14th floor).
- Friendly and Experienced
Full-time teachers have a Masters Degree
in Teaching English as a Second Language
conferences are scheduled with
homeroom teachers each session. All
teachers have weekly office hours
available for student consultation.
- Extra English Practice: Tutors, field trips,
conversations with American students
during some lunch periods (spring and fall
- Christian School: The intensive English program
has chapel once a week (which helps with
- Located in Tulsa,
Oklahoma in the USA: Tulsa
is a safe, beautiful, and peaceful small
city in the heart of green country.
- Low Prices: High quality program at a lower
than most intensive English programs.
- Quality: We are approved
by the Oklahoma Board of Regents for
Higher Education and belong to
several professional organizations.
- Small Classes: Intensive classes
have 15 or fewer students.
- Intensive English:
- One-year program with 6
- Classes meet
Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m to 2:50
p.m. (with a half hour for lunch)
- Five classes per day
(grammar, reading, writing, speaking,
and listening and others).
- Each level is 7 weeks.
- Homestays with American
families are available on a limited
- Student visa counseling
- TOEFL Preparation Class:
- TOEFL grammar, reading,
listening, and test-taking skills.
- Meets on Saturday
ULI Mission Statement
Language Institute is an intensive English
school using a communicative and holistic
approach with immersion in the culture,
customs, and language of the United
States. Our purpose is to provide the
necessary tools in English to prepare
students to be successful in the pursuit of
their academic, business, and personal
goals. An integral part of our program
is to provide a safe, loving environment
conducive to learning for our
students. We believe that, as a
Christian institution, we have an
opportunity to make an impact on
international relations and further the
cause of peace and understanding. We
provide professional, quality instruction
emphasizing teacher/student and
student/student interaction with the view
that students have diverse goals and
- To produce graduates with
the language skills that are needed in
an academic setting.
- To enable students to
reach acceptable standards on university
and college admissions tests.
- To provide quality
instruction using an eclectic approach
to enable students to achieve a level of
communication competence which meets
their personal and professional goals.
- To build an environment
of understanding and acceptance for all
students regardless of ethnicity,
nationality, gender, or religion.
Break Office Hours
|Last Day of
p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
registration for new students (not
a.m. to noon
I Placement Test
a.m. to noon
a.m. to noon
1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
office hours begin (Monday through