18th June 2004




International students will have the chance to improve their English this summer in a course run by the University of Lincoln.


The university is offering the four-week course to anyone wishing to develop his or her English.


The course, which starts on 23rd August 2004, covers the general skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking.


But students will also get the chance to learn about English culture with excursions off-campus to places of historical, cultural and social interest.


Students will be accommodated in modern, self-catering apartments situated on the Brayford Pool campus.


The course will be taught by fully qualified teachers and students will have full access to learning resources.


The course is open not only to university students but also to any non-native speakers of English.


“This is a great opportunity for anyone wishing to study English as a foreign language,” said Andy Daglish, course leader.  “The programme of learning will be adapted to suit the linguistic needs of everyone on the course.”


For more information or to book a place contact Karen Raynes, Marketing and Recruitment Officer, Faculty of Business and Law on 01522 886399 or email kraynes@lincoln.ac.uk or visit www.lincoln.ac.uk




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