These are free workshops for any students at Falmouth University for whom English is a second language. The exact content and schedule are negotiated and depend on who signs up. The workshops are a friendly, supportive place to discuss language and the experience of studying and living in what might be an unfamiliar culture. There are both English for Academic Purposes (EAP) and General English courses on both campuses. Please email the team with any questions.
As well as the structured courses and workshops below, you might also be interested in joining our International Conversation Club
Study Block 2 classes start on January 27th. Follow the link at the bottom of the page to register.
|EAP Visual & Digital Media||Develops the academic language and writing skills required for Film and Animation, Photography and Games degrees.||Weds 14.30-16.00 TH sem X|
|EAP Fashion & Entrepreneurship||Focuses on the academic language & writing skills required for assignments.||Thurs 16.00-17:30 TH sem W|
|EAP Acting, Theatre, Dance & Music||Aims to develop the writing and language skills required for written and studio work.||Weds 14.30-16.00 DM sem J|
|Sounds of English||Develops both listening and speaking skills by focusing on elements of pronunciation.||
Weds 16.00-17.30 TH sem X
|Will help you to understand and use expressions and informal English in social situations.||Fri 16.00-17.30 DM sem I|
|CVs & Applications||Helps you to write an attention-grabbing CV and personal statement, and practise interview techniques.||Thurs 13.00-14.30 TH sem Y|
|Language in Use||Focuses on grammar and structure such as tenses, conditionals and prepositions||Tues 11.00-12.00 PL sem 3|
|EAP Art, Illustration & Design||Looks at the writing and language skills required for written and studio work for Art, Illustration and Design degrees.||Weds 13.00-14.30 sem D|
|EAP Communication & Advertising||Focuses on the academic writing tasks for Graphic Design & Advertising degrees.||Fri 12.30-14.00 sem B|
|Sounds of English||Develops both listening and speaking skills by focusing on elements of pronunciation.||Fri 15.30-17.00 sem A|
|Social English & Language in Use||Aims to improve your grammar, and use of natural expressions in social situations.||Weds 14.30-16.00 sem D|
Students can book a 1 to 1 tutorial to discuss any language question and receive feedback on writing and presentations.