This course is intended for doctors and medical students.
|17 September - 14 December 2012||20 hours per week|
|7 January - 29 March 2013||20 hours per week|
|8 April - 21 June 2013||20 hours per week|
|Included in Intensive General English fee|
|Maximum 15 participants • Minimum 8 participants|
|Participants and entry requirements|
|English for Medicine is designed for doctors and medical students. A good intermediate level, or above, of English is required. All students are tested and interviewed on arrival and the course director uses the results of the test to ensure that those wishing to follow this course have reached the necessary minimum level.|
This course is studied for five hours per week in the afternoon sessions in conjunction with General English.
This specialist option only runs if a minimum of 8 students with an appropriate level of English (as measured by the ELTC test) register for the course. Depending on numbers, classes may only run for the minimum enrolment period of three weeks.
The course is normally taken for 5 hours per week in conjunction with General English Intensive. The minimum period of enrolment is three weeks. However, students are advised to enrol for at least half a term.
The course aims to develop fluency and confidence in using English in medical contexts. The focus is on carrying out professional activities in English, but attention is given to grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation as required.
Activities may include:
This article was published on Jul 4, 2012