Accelerate English Learning
Help adult ELLs integrate into their communities and secure employment. Build language confidence with Rosetta Stone and support workforce training programs.
Supporting Learners: Library Materials
As multicultural influences increase, campus interest in language learning grows. International students, study abroad participants, even students in specific programs such as business, nursing, and education—all require language learning. To meet this growing need, academic libraries need innovative solutions to help students build a new language foundation with confidence.
Build English Confidence
Many higher education students can pass a standardized English-language proficiency test; however, the language skills required to be successful in academia are often much different. Rosetta Stone can help you build international students' English confidence and prepare them for success in the classroom.
Blended learning means different things to different educators. What is constant when developing a blended-learning strategy is the need for the right technological tools. That's where Rosetta Stone comes in. Our solutions are flexible enough to meet the needs of your classroom and curriculum.
Support Continuing Education
Incorporating language learning into their continuing education programs enables colleges and universities to not only offer their alumni a valuable skill, but also meets a critical need in the community.
Career-Ready and Globally Competent
Intensifying competition in the global economy requires that today's students be adept in many skills. Key among these is the ability to speak a second, third, or even fourth language. In an increasingly competitive global economy, students cannot afford to be monolingual.
Support Faculty and Staff
The borders in higher education are quickly disappearing. Faculty and staff are increasingly interacting with international students on campus, leading international studies, and conducting research abroad. Staff members need access to language programs in order to build the language skills required to be successful in this globalized version of higher education.
Study Abroad Preparation
The number of students studying abroad has more than tripled over the past two decades, with an increasing number choosing destinations where English is not a primary language. Preparing these students with language strengthens the overall study abroad experience.