The EAP Team (English for Academic Purposes) offer English language courses and tutorials for students and researchers for whom English is a second or other language. The courses are free and focus on the Academic English language skills required for assignments and course work (EAP) as well as General English for everyday interactions. The tutorials are an opportunity to receive language feedback on written work, presentations or any aspect of language development.
Academic English Courses
The exact content and schedule for the Academic English courses are negotiated and depend on who enrols and the modules they are taking. The classes offer a supportive environment to discuss language questions and the experience of studying and living in what might be an unfamiliar culture. Students choose one of the following and use the link at the bottom of the page to register.
|Academic English A||Every Wednesday 12.30 -14.00||Falmouth sem E||starts 6th Feb|
|Academic English B -Graphic Design||Every Friday 12.00-13.30||Falmouth sem G||starts 8th March|
|Academic English C||Every Wednesday 15.00-16.30||Penryn, Exchange Red||starts 6th Feb|
|Academic English D||Every Friday 13.00-14.30||Penryn, TH sem W||starts 8th Feb|
General English Courses
|CV and Application Writing||Every Wednesday 15.00-16.30||Falmouth sem E||Feb 6 - Mar 6|
|CV and Application Writing||Every Thursday 14.00-15.30||Penryn DM sem H||Feb 28 - Mar 28|
An opportunity to find out about effective language for CVs and supporting statements. This short course will investigate how to use positive expressions and power words to highlight your skills and achievements, and provide feedback on your CV and draft personal statements.
|Sounds of English||Every Thursday 16.00 - 17.30pm.||Penryn DM sem K||Feb 7 - Mar 7|
|Sounds of English||Every Friday 14.30 - 16.00||Falmouth Seminar M||Feb 8 - Mar 8|
This 5 week course focuses on the pronunciation and delivery of spoken English, and how to develop your speaking and listening skills. It looks at aspects of pronunciation and connected speech, and explores why native speakers can be difficult to understand. Part of the course will involve giving mini-presentations and receiving feedback on pronunciation and the effectiveness of communication.
|Social English and Language in Use||Every Friday 15.30 - 17.00pm||Penryn PL sem 7||Feb 8 - Mar 29|
This course aims to develop and explore more informal Social English and language for everyday situations. It provides an opportunity to ask questions about expressions and grammar and to discuss aspects of English language and UK culture. The exact content of the course is flexible and negotiated as a group.