The course is for all undergraduate and postgraduate students and staff who use English as a second language.
On the course you will develop your vocabulary and grammar as well as your reading, listening, speaking and writing skills.
We offer courses at three different levels, based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR):
- Upper Intermediate - equivalent to level B2 of the CEFR
- Advanced - equivalent to level C1 of the CEFR
- Proficiency - equivalent to level C2 of the of the CEFR
Visiting and exchange students can get six credits by completing one of the courses.
Semester 1 2023/24 courses
The General English courses will run in-person on campus from week 2 to week 11 (w/c 9 October to 11 December 2023) on Tuesdays AND Thursdays, from 6.15pm to 7.45pm.
You will have three hours of teaching per week. Completion of set homework and preparation for classes is also a course requirement.
Please check MyTimetable to make sure you are free to attend.
How to enrol
New students need to take a placement test in order to attend a course at the right level.
Students can join the class throughout the Semester.
"Every part of the class is helpful and meaningful. I rebuilt the confidence to speak and use English in daily life and study. And thanks to the class I've had a chance to talk with classmates from all over the world." (Quan)