No previous study is needed for 1st-Year courses. Courses at higher levels require successful completion of a placement exam.
Scholarship applications are due in January/February 2019. For specific deadlines, see the Funding section.
May 7, 2019 is the deadline to apply for admission to the Workshop.
Participants are encouraged to apply as early as possible to ensure space is available. The Language Workshop will not accept applications after May 7, 2019.
Unofficial transcripts are acceptable. See the application form for details on uploading or sending transcripts.
The program is open to all, including
- IU and non-IU students
- graduate and undergraduate students
- high-school students over age 16 (Some restrictions apply. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.)
All admitted students will receive a handbook with details on arrival and check in.
For planning purposes, though, plan to arrive in in Bloomington no later than the day before classes begin.
(The Flagship Chinese schedule differs. See your handbook for details if you are in the Chinese program.)
Participants are permitted to miss 2 days of class over the summer. Students who miss more than this may be asked to withdraw from the program.
No, Workshop classes must be taken for credit.
We are located on the 1st floor of the Global and International Studies Building at 355 North Jordan Avenue, between the Wells Library and Radio-TV Building.