Florida Institute of Technology in partnership with ELS

ELS On-Campus icon for UGELS Educational Service, Inc. has 55 years of experience in preparing international students for university studies. For those interested in studying at this institution but who have not currently achieved the required TOEFL score, ELS offers you the opportunity to develop your language skills to the required level at our ELS center located on the campus of this university!  In addition, we focus heavily on giving you the necessary study skills for


study at the university of your choice. ELS students have full access to campus facilities for the duration of their ELS program!


Florida Institute of Technology is a national, doctoral-granting research university with a strong commitment to international education in an enriched technological environment, known worldwide for its excellent academic programs, outstanding faculty and alumni success. International students comprise nearly 30% of Florida Tech’s undergraduate student body and 49% of our graduate student population. They represent more than 100 countries from around the world. Ranked a Tier One Best National University by U.S. News & World Report, it is also the only independent technological university in the Southeastern United States. Times Higher Education recently named Florida Tech in the Top 200 Universities in the World. Florida Tech’s main campus spans 130 acres. Campus is located in Melbourne, just minutes from the Atlantic Ocean, one hour east of Orlando and a three-hour drive north of Miami. The area is home to the most concentrated high-tech economy in the state and the fourth-largest high-tech workforce in the nation. Melbourne’s attractive business climate is matched only by its natural resources including the Atlantic Ocean and Indian River Lagoon, which are ideal for scientific study and research. The climate is generally sunny and temperate; the average daily temperature is 76°F/24°C and severe storms are infrequent.


On-campus housing is available in conventional double- and single-room residence halls as well as one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. For those who prefer living off-campus, accommodations are plentiful, although freshmen are required to live in the university dormitories for one academic year. Food service is provided in campus dining areas.

Student life

    • A new $8 million sport complex and recreation facility
    • Facilities include an Internet café, lighted tennis, racquetball, basketball and sand volleyball courts, swimming pools, soccer and football fields Created for students by students, there are nearly 100 clubs and organizations at Florida Tech including academic, social, cultural, performance, media, leadership and honor societies, clubs and organizations. Florida Tech is home to 22 celebrated NCAA Division II intercollegiate sports teams including baseball (M), basketball (M,W), cross country (M,W), football (M), golf (M,W), lacrosse (M, W), rowing (M,W), soccer (M,W), softball (W), swimming (M,W), tennis (M,W), track and field (M,W) and volleyball (W).