21st December 2006




The University of Lincoln’s popular English as a Foreign Language course will start again in January 2007.


The course offers international students the opportunity to learn about the English language, the English culture and university life.


The course is designed specifically for international students wishing to study in the UK. The course is taught at intermediate and advanced levels depending on current ability.


The teaching programme includes the development of oral, listening, writing and reading skills along with assignment design, research techniques and general knowledge of cultural aspects of Britain.


Students can choose to study the course over one week, two weeks or four weeks. The course costs £300 per week which includes accommodation on campus.


A spokesperson for the university said: “Previous students have thoroughly enjoyed the course, particularly learning about university life and the culture of Britain. The skills they learn on the course are invaluable for furthering their knowledge of the English language.”


For more details about language courses at the university contact Andy Daglish (adaglish@lincoln.ac.uk) on 01522 886344 or Ian Scott (iscott@lincoln.ac.uk) on 01522 886375.



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(01522) 886042 sgayler@lincoln.ac.uk

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