MASTER THE ENGLISH SKILLS NEEDED FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS
Nervous about the challenges associated with tertiary study in an English-speaking country? English for Academic Purposes (EAP) focuses on the presentation, essay writing and referencing skills you will need to survive and excel at university or college.
Who is this course for?
EAP is designed for upper intermediate-level English students who want to improve their academic English skills in preparation for further study at University or College in an English-speaking country.
EAP provides a pathway to many Colleges and Universities in Australia
You will learn to
- Effectively participate in a university or college course
- Express facts, ideas and opinions in writing, using correct and appropriate vocabulary, grammatical structures for academic purposes
- Understand spoken English in conversations, discussions and lectures and take notes
- Speak clearly and confidently in English
- Write well-structured and formatted texts of various types - such as essays - and understand academic texts
- Understand and deliver seminar presentations in English in front of a group
- Apply the skills and language studied to the IELTS examination.
Why Study Academic English Preparation at Greenwich College?
This course offers a pathway to a range of Diploma programs offered at over 30 leading Australian universities and colleges – no need to complete IELTS.
Achieve greater success with FREE test practice and personalised support including: - 5 extra hours of FREE test practice, presentations and tutorials to reinforce learning and monitor progress- Fortnightly one-on-one academic counselling, so you know where to focus your efforts.
Choose from morning or evening classes - so you can work and experience the best of Sydney and Melbourne while you study.
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|Academic Reading Skills
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Using complex grammar
structures in your
Writing and Reading
vocabulary related to the
topic of the week
Listening for important
points and information
Phrases and expressions connected to the
topic of the week
Reinforcing new vocabulary
Listening and Speaking
The difference between
formal and informal
How to write an essay
In class practice
|Academic Reading Techniques
Using special reading techniques to quickly find answers
How to do an academic
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Here's what you need to know
IELTS 6.0 or equivalent; or
Greenwich English College Entry Test; or
Offshore Entry Test available through a registered representatives.
Classes commence every 12 weeks.
Classes are 12 weeks.