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Modern foreign language course units
Arabic, Dutch, French,
German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin and Spanish.
Seven levels from complete beginners (syllabus A) to
advanced (syllabus D) and post-A level (Business and Current Affairs;
Affairs and Culture (Social, Historical and Political); Professional
II; Academic Purposes II; Translation Skills). We also offer French for
Art Historians and Italian for Art Historians at intermediate level. Please note that Arabic and Mandarin are currently available at levels 1
to 5 (Business
and Current Affairs) and Dutch is available at levels 1 to 4,
Most levels are available as either a 1.0 unit or a 0.5 unit (30 or 15 credits). A 1.0 unit (30 credits) is more intensive and enables you to make faster progress and cover more material.
English for Academic Purposes course units
English Language Skills for Academic Purposes [LCEN6001] – 0.5 course unit.
Academic Writing in English for Non-Native Speakers [LCEN6801] – 0.5 course unit.
Academic Writing in English for Native Speakers [LCEN6802] – 0.5 course unit.
TEFL course unit
TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) [LCTE7900] – 1.0 course unit.
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