News and Events

  • Summer Pre-sessional Courses 2014: update

  • The Extended 19-week and 11-week Pre-sessional Courses are almost full and we are likely to stop taking applications for these courses before Easter.

  • There is currently good availability on the 8-week and 5-week Pre-sessionals.
  • UPC entry 2014

  • Most places for UPCH and UPCSE have now been filled.

    You are advised to contact the relevant UPC administrator in early May before making any application for a UPC course. UPC places are now extremely limited with only some applications for UPCH being accepted for the waiting list.

  • Cambridge English Delta course: Monday and Wednesdays, 6 January to 10 June 2014

  • UCL Easter Closure 2014

    CLOSE - at 5.30 p.m. on Wednesday 16 April 2014
    RE-OPEN - Wednesday 23 April 2014 



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Teacher Training

Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA)

An intensive course leading to the Cambridge ESOL CELTA qualification. The four week full-time course is suitable for people who are interested in learning to teach and wish to gain an initial teaching qualification that is recognised world wide. It is suitable for candidates who have some English Language teaching experience but no initial qualification, as well as for people with little or no previous teaching experience.

Diploma in English Language Teaching to Adults (DELTA)

The Diploma in English Language Teaching to Adults (DELTA) is a semi-intensive course leading to the Cambridge ESOL (formerly known as UCLES) DELTA qualification. The twenty week course is for experienced teachers who wish to extend their theoretical and practical knowledge and teaching skills.

Continuing Professional Development: Innovative Approaches to Teaching Academic Subjects through English

(Duration: 3 – 4 weeks and tailored to groups needs)

An annual Teacher Training and Development courses to international university lecturers from different faculties for whom liaison and networking with relevant UCL academic departments is often included as a required course component.

Al-Farabi Kazakh National University Academic Staff

Image: The UCL Centre for Languages and International Education has previously welcomed a group of thirteen senior academic staff from  (KNU) in Almaty, one of Kazakhstan's leading universities. University staff attended an intensive two-week Teacher Development Course at UCL.

For further information on these courses please contact Isla Stewart at isla.stewart@ucl.ac.uk.