Laureate Language Program - Stamford International Universityen Laureate Language Program - Stamford International University


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• A certificate of completion for FND (equivalent to an A2 level)

• A certificate of completion for ACP1 (equivalent to a B1 level)

• A certificate of completion for ACP2 (equivalent to a B2 level)


Peter Cotton
Director of the LEP Program

MBA from Griffith University, Australia. He has taught students across all level of the LEP, up to graduate student support.

Ryan Wiley

Ryan has been working in linguistics since 2002, teaching English in China, Korea, and Thailand. He has published 9 English as a second language textbooks and is focusing on using technology to make language learning more efficient.

Jacob Martin

Jacob holds an MFA in Writing from Sarah Lawrence College in New York. He has worked as an editor and staff writer in Los Angeles and is currently heading advanced undergraduate writing programs on the LEP.

Joseph Arxhoek

Joseph has an MA in TESOL and a Cambridge CELTA certificate in teaching English to adults. He is a certified IELTS examiner and has taught at English language programs in the US, Korea and Thailand.


The Laureate Language Program prepares students with English for their majors in both our International and Bilingual Tracks.

  • English Program used in over 70 universities in almost 30 countries around the world
  • Customized to suit the needs of Stamford students
  • Engaging, real-life materials
  • Active learning and teaching
  • Exciting projects, portfolio development, and educational visits
  • Useful online learning tools
  • Free learning support center Monday to Friday (9:00 to 5:00)

  • Use English for study and work in business, hospitality, communication arts and information technology
  • Communicate with students from all around the world
  • Study effectively and think creatively in English
  • Gain confidence using English in real-life situations
  • Develop key 21st Century learning skills

Our Foundation levels provide the basis for continuation into both International and Bilingual Tracks and aim to bring students to a basic level of language proficiency. After having passed the Foundation level, students have 2 options:



Continue studying English full-time and aim for entry into their chosen International Program delivered 100% in English from their 1st year.


Enter the Bilingual Program and study English part-time while beginning their undergraduate studies in Thai-medium instruction and transitioning to English-medium instruction in their 2nd and 3rd years.

Our curriculum and its levels have been professionally benchmarked against the Common European Framework of Reference for languages.

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