Academic English Programme offerings

Ideal for Foundation, Undergraduate, Postgraduate students and Cambridge Teacher Training courses

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Academic Writing

Ideal for Foundation, UG and PG students

Course description:
Format: Online /  1-to-1  or f2f  up to 6 students
Duration: 20 hours
Frequency: flexible
Cost: £600 (online lessons) - £760 (f2f sessions) 

Content: Dissertation structure/analysis, Preparation for Viva, Referencing conventions, Academic language, Extended assignments structure/analysis, Academic writing subskills

Giving a Presentation

Academic Speaking

Ideal forFoundation, UG and PG students

Course description:
Format: Online /  1-to-1  or f2f  up to 6 students
Duration: 20 hours
Frequency: flexible
Cost: £600 (online lessons) - £760 (f2f sessions) 

Content: Pronunciation, Articulation, Preparation for delivering presentations, Academic speaking subskills

Reading a Book

Academic Reading

Ideal for Foundation, UG and PG students

Course description:
Format: Online /  1-to-1  or Face to face  up to 6 students
Duration: 20 hours
Frequency: flexible
Cost: £600 (online lessons) - £760 (f2f sessions) 
Content: Note-taking techniques; understanding the relation between reading purpose and reading efficiency; practicing in the sub-skills of skimming for an overall idea and scanning for specific information;  distinguishing between main, subordinate ideas and illustrations, and digression; developing reading efficiency

Headphones

Academic Listening

Ideal for Foundation, UG and PG students

Course description:
Format: Online /  1-to-1
Duration: 20 hours
Frequency: flexible
Cost: £600 
Content: Pronunciation; note-taking techniques; predicting content; listening for gist; detecting signposts; listening for details; inferring meaning

College Students

Academic English All Skills

Ideal for Undergraduate and Postgraduate students

Course description:
Format: Online / up to 15 students
Duration: 60 hours
Cost: £1800 
Content: Referencing conventions, Academic language, Extended assignments structure/analysis, Academic writing subskills, Note-taking techniques, Understanding the relation between reading purpose and reading efficiency, Practicing in the sub-skills of skimming for an overall idea and scanning for specific information,  Distinguishing between main, subordinate ideas and illustrations, and digression; Developing reading efficiency, Pronunciation, Articulation, Preparation for delivering presentations, Academic speaking subskills, Listening for gist, Detecting signposts; Listening for details; Inferring meaning

 

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