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Bo HuangBo Huang says he appreciated individual attention from his instructors in the English Language Improvement Program.

Individual time with instructors appreciated: language student

Instructors in the English Language Improvement Program are very focused, says Bo Huang.

A native of China’s Hunan province, he will begin studies towards an M.Eng. after completing the ELIP course this spring.

“The instructors are the best teachers I have ever met,” Huang says. “They are so kind and keep office hours to talk to you face-to-face.”

He says he appreciated being able to consult teachers on how to best address his areas of weakness: “The most important thing is how the course has improved my English grammar.”

Huang hopes to stay in Canada when his education is complete.

“Canada has a wonderful natural setting,” he says. “The environment is really good; the air is so fresh!”

The Centre for English Language Development will celebrate international language students and their contributions to campus and community on World Student Day, Friday, July 26.

UWindsor faculty, staff, and students are invited to join in free activities, entertainment, and a lunch in the David A. Wilson Commons from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.