ACADEMIC ENGLISH

Academic English

General Information

Course Code: LDA/ACE/ENG-203


Study Options:

Instructor-led Classroom Learning - Virtual Learning


Duration: 11 Months

Location:

36 Greville Street, 3rd Floor, Hatton Garden,
London, United Kingdom EC1N 8TB

Overview

An academic English course will prepare you to study in English at college or university. Our Academic English courses are all taught by qualified teachers who are specialised in English for academic purposes. This means students have all the support they need to plan their pathway to UK college or university under one roof.An academic English course will prepare you to study in English at college or university. Our Academic English courses are all taught by qualified teachers who are specialised in English for academic purposes. This means students have all the support they need to plan their pathway to UK college or university under one roof.

With the assistance of our thorough curriculum students benefit greatly by gaining increased problem-solving abilities in all of the following areas: abstract thinking skills, concept formation, creative hypothesis formulation, strengthened capacity to identify, understand and solve problems; the ability to focus on a task by filtering out distractions and extraneous information and an increase in multi-tasking ability. Most of all helps the average language learners better stay atop all of the technological and informational changes constantly evolving in today’s world.

Course Code: LDA/ACE/203
Course Duration: 11 Months
Course Level: A2 elementary and above
Minimum Age: 17
Lesson Per Week:20
Lesson Day:Monday - Friday
lesson time:09:00-12:00
Tuition Fees
EU Students:£800(Classroom) £500(Online)
International Students):£1000(Classroom) £500(Online)
The course is designed to inspire and prepare you for higher education in English. There is a clear focus on academic writing and the teachers will cover a wide range of topics to help you research, take notes and develop your academic English. You will also explore university culture and expectations in the UK and develop your critical thinking skills.

  •  Listen to different talks and lectures and explore strategies for note-taking skills.
  •  Read a wide range of academic texts such as reports, articles,and essays.
  •  will be given tailored feedback on your academic written English.
  •  Expand and explore your knowledge of academic vocabulary
  •  Discuss and debate a wide range of topics to improve fluency and accuracy.
  • Students who want to learn, prepare, and feel confident, with the language and culture at English-speaking higher education learning environments, including university and colleges in the UK.

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