Dates and Costs for ELP and AEP
Program costs and dates outlined below are applicable to the English Language Program and Academic English Program only. For other programs' dates and costs, please refer to their respective program-specific page.
Tuition covers all of the following services and amenities:
- Placement testing
- UT libraries
- UT computer labs and email
- UT application information
- University ID
- Immigration advising
- Discounts on test preparation classes
- Orientation program
- Social activities and trips
- PALS conversation partner program
- Learner Management System (LMS) for classes
|Session/Dates||Program Weeks||AEP/ELP Intensive||ELP Each Course||Elective Courses|
January 3 - April 24 (Holidays January 16 and March 13-17)
|Spring I 2023
January 3 - February 24 (Holiday January 16)
Summer I 2023
May 22 - July 28 (Holidays June 19 and July 4)
Summer II 2023***
June 22 - July 28 (Holiday July 4)
August 14 - December 4 (Holidays September 4 and November 20 - 24
Fall I 2023
August 14 - October 6 (Holiday September 4)
*Discounted tuition for UT affiliates
**Discounted tuition for AEP/ELP intensive students
***5-week session for AEP only; this is an intensive session designed for graduate and undergraduate students admitted to a degree program at UT or another U.S. university for the upcoming fall semester. Classes in Listening/Speaking and Reading/Writing meet Mon - Fri, 9:00am-1:00pm.
If you are applying to study with us in person, you should plan for additional expenses including insurance, lodging, books and supplies. For our live virtual classes, students studying with us remotely must budget for tuition and books. The following is an estimated breakdown of typical expenses based on program term.
Typical Expenses by Program Term
|Term||Tuition||Health insurance*||Room and Board||Books and Supplies||Total|
All sponsored students (WAMS, Bolashak, Turkish Ministry, SACM, Embassy of Kuwait, ADNOC, SABIC, KAUST, CBIE, etc) are subject to required University fees ($800), which include health center access and the additional services. Note that all full-time students sponsored by SACM must take at least one elective course, to meet SACM's course load requirements of 20 hours per week (cost $5,395); 22 hours per week (cost $5,795). Learn more about sponsored student services.
*Health insurance through The University of Texas is required of all students on F-1/F-2 or J-1/J-2 visas, unless they provide proof of a private policy that meets or exceeds university requirements. See our current waiver form for requirements.
A full refund is available only prior to the first day of class. All refunds after classes have begun are pro-rated. Details will be provided during registration. SEVIS fees, express mail charges, and tuition deposits are non-refundable and are applicable only to the first semester applied for.
Policy on Late Students
The last day to register late is the Wednesday of registration week. After that Wednesday, new students will be allowed to enroll only as space permits. If our classes are full, we will facilitate transfers to other intensive English programs.