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Extraordinary English! Courses with a Difference

Settembre 2014
English on the podium.

di ELCS - The English Language Consultancy Service

The number of Masters degrees in Europe that are fully taught in English has risen 42 per cent since 2011. This is due to the increasing demand for an English-medium higher education, according to the Institute of International Education (IIE).
Lecturers in a variety of subjects suddenly find that they have to acquire a new skill in order to progress in their careers: that of lecturing in English. The London School of English (LSE) group has developed a course that not only raises participants’ awareness and understanding of different cultures and learning styles, but also gives them the confidence to deliver lectures and to interact with their students in English.
Founded in 1912 and based in Holland Park, LSE is the oldest accredited English language school in the world and it specializes in high quality courses in English for Specific Purposes. Its sister school, CLT in Canterbury, offers the same programme for lecturers: this is a one-week intensive course of six hours per day in groups of no more than eight students with a B2-C1 level of English.
Participants also benefit from networking with fellow lecturers from a variety of countries and institutions over lunch. 

The course    Lecturing Effectively in English
Where    Canterbury or London, UK
When    27 October CLT; 1 November LSE
How long    1 week
Target    25+ years
How much    £890 per week + accommodation
Organization    London School of English Group

ELCS - The English Language Consultancy Service is a free service offered by the British Chamber of Commerce for Italy to anyone wishing to study English abroad. Its partner schools are all recognised at a local level and offer quality English language courses for students of all ages.

Info: Susan Boyle, English Language Consultant at the British Chamber of Commerce for Italy. Tel: 02 876981 or elcs@britchamitaly.com

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