Auburn University and Shore light Education Promulgated New Creative Program

09 January, 2015

Auburn University
Auburn University and Shorelight Education has newly promulgated an innovative program to grab the attention of more overseas students and to maintain and recruit the well qualified individuals from foreign nations.

This new creative IAP (International Accelerator Program) aids an individual in gaining fine knowledge on every aspect across the globe and to stand top in the scrupulous academic atmosphere of Auburn University. International Accelerator Program also assists a candidate in navigating through the American University social and cultural differences after enrolling in the Auburn community.

It is a the most sought after academic course that aids an individual gain fine grip on English language and its course work and additional backing resources that would help them to acclimate with the University and surrounding society effortlessly. Based on individuals competency in English language course will be offered at diverse levels. After the successful finishing of the IAP, he or she can enroll hassle-free in Auburn's graduate program with a status of sophomore. First batch students will be enrolled during the first half of August of 2015.

Co-Founder and CEO of Shorelight Education, Tom Dretler expressed his happiness and gratitude for being the partner of Auburn University, as they are also playing a crucial role in development of individuals’ career by offering special services and tools that would be helpful for overseas students’ bright career. As per the new records of Institute of International Education, around 886,052 have come to US during 2013-2014 years to pursue their studies in its Universities and Colleges. So the Auburn University is planning to attract more number of international students and to rank in world universities list with its new program and partnership.

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