Meet your faculty at George Mason University

Your faculty at Mason love teaching students from all over the world and bringing viewpoints from different cultures together in the classroom. You will learn not only through discussion, but by experiential learning. Here, you will be guided through your research ideas and encouraged to solve real world-issues. Whatever your academic or language ability, you will get the support you need to develop your learning.

To make sure you graduate prepared for the working world, you can expect:

  • state-of-the-art classrooms, research centers and program-specific labs.
  • a hands-on learning approach to teaching subjects.
  • small classes of no more than 20 students for teaching English.

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Who should I go to for help?

During your time here, you will receive free tutoring and language support to guide you throughout your studies. Your tutors will work with you to ensure you have a rewarding learning experience, offering academic-focused support and help developing your English language skills. Here, you can expect:

  • tutoring support specific to your program.
  • regular language workshops.
  • help with gathering research and writing assignments.

You’ll also benefit from:

  • student activities to help you get involved on campus.
  • help with cultural adaptation through our English Conversation Partner Program.
  • the INTO Mason Learning Resource Center after matriculation to a university program.