The English language program prepares students to develop their English language competency for university admissions. The Program is delivered by highly skilled professionals to help students acquire language communication skills that support both their academic and career aspirations.
On successful completion of the program, students are expected to communicate effectively in their academic environment. The students will:
Goal 1: Develop Language Literacy (Up to level 5 band on the ILETS)
Students use language confidently and competently in variety of learning situations to explore and present their thoughts, interests, opinions and experiences in variety of forms (writing, speaking, listing or writing)
Goal 2: Become Independent Learners.
Students develop their ability to assess and reflect their own language skills, engage in variety of discussion forms as a viewer, listener, speaker, reader or presenter and establish goals for self-development.
Goal 3: Develop Essential Academic Competencies.
Students establish core competencies for academic purposes as listed below:
Take effective notes from lectures.
Write and present course work in academic English.
Deliver oral presentations in academic English.
Discuss ideas with faculty and fellow students.
Plan, organize and structure academic texts.
Develop basic research terminology and concepts and write a project in academic English