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Featured English Language Schools:


Intensive English Language Program
at the University of New Orleans
The University of New Orleans (UNO) Intensive English Language Program offers 25 hours of weekly language instruction to prepare international students for university studies. Students from over 50 different countries study at IELP.

Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
Address: 110 Education Bldg., New Orleans, LA 70148
Tel: 504-280-5330
Fax: 504-280-7317
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Visit our Web site at: http://ielp.uno.edu/
Loyola University
Loyola Intensive English Program
Located in New Orleans, a world famous tourist destination and on the beautiful campus of Loyola University. Program offers an innovative, high quality, academic, English curriculum. Highly experienced faculty. Individual tutoring 2 hours/week after class.

Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
Address: 363 St. Charles Ave., PO Box 205, New Orleans, LA 70118
Tel: 504-864-7550
Fax: 504-864-7548
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Visit our Web site at: http://www.loyno.edu/liep

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English Language Schools in Louisiana
With a rich and colorful past, Louisiana has always been a center of European influence since the early days of exploration, when it was first visited by the likes of Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto in the 16th century. New Orleans remains Louisiana's biggest tourist draw by far, luring millions of visitors annually to the charming French Quarter, hot Basin Street jazz clubs, and annual Mardi Gras celebration.
Louisiana English Language Schools
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