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Global Launch continues contribution to ASU student enrollment, diversity

Global Launch alumni are thriving in 2017–18 school year


Global Launch student ambassadors.
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February 13, 2018

For over 40 years, Global Launch has helped students from more than 160 countries learn English and become a part of the American community. Many Global Launch alumni are accepted into one of Arizona State University's top degree programs after completing their English-language training.

Global Launch is proud to continue its contribution to the ASU international student community in the 2017–18 school year, providing Intensive English Program participants the opportunity to pursue their academic careers at the university.

So far in this academic year, Global Launch has served students from 33 countries. Additionally, more than 1,600 Global Launch alumni are currently enrolled at ASU across 170 degree programs including, business, civil engineering, economics, finance, computer science, supply chain management and more.

Prospective students can apply for the Intensive English Program and begin as soon as summer 2018. For more information on session dates, program costs and student sponsorships, click here or contact GlobalLaunch@asu.edu.

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