Lincoln International Business School
The University of Lincoln offers languages short courses at beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels in Mandarin Chinese, French, German, English, Italian, and Spanish. You can enrol on any level/year if you have the necessary background in your chosen language (when required). Please note that the plain beginner classes (Core 1) are only offered in September.
Courses run for three hours per week over 12 weeks, starting in September 2023 and January 2024. The two-hour seminar is face-to-face, the mentor that is a drop-in session is online. The classes are normally timetabled between 9am and 6pm.
Our tutors are a mix of native and fluent speakers, and class sizes are usually under 20 students. All courses carry University credits worth 15 CATs (Credit Accumulation Transfer Points), and you will receive a Certificate of Achievement upon successful completion.
The Beginner courses are designed to introduce students to a range of practical language skills, both active and passive, which will enable you to operate at a basic level in general language situations and to enable students to continue to develop the ability to communicate more effectively in the language.
The aim of Intermediate courses is to introduce students to a range of practical language skills, both active and passive, which will enable you to operate at a sophisticated level in general language situations.
Advanced courses are designed to consolidate a wider range of source materials in the foreign language, thereby extending and deepening the student knowledge of its lexical and grammatical features. Activities in the foreign language will require a greater degree of analytical and critical evaluation.
Term A courses start week commencing 25 September 2023.
Language Short Course Timetable
*Please note: All classes are run subject to student numbers. Due to ongoing timetable adjustments, please check class time/dates with the Lincoln International Business School reception team on +44 (0)1522 835509 before attending.
The content will range from personal identification, home life, travel, free-time, and entertainment at beginner level, to economy, business, society, history, cinema, politics and tourism at more advanced levels.
You need to complete the three steps below: Pay-Apply-Enrol so that your enrolment is finalised.
Step 1 - Pay for the course £272 via this link. Please save your receipt of payment.
Step 2 - After payment, please apply via our OneUni system for Semester A (September). You need to attach receipt of payment and include the module code you wish to enrol (you can find all the codes in the languages timetable available on the website). When completing your application, you need to include these in the relevant application requirements – Module Codes and Proof of Payment.
Step 3 - You will then be contacted by the University with an offer to enrol. Once you have received your offer you will be invited to enrol. Enrolment is online and instructions will be sent via email. You will need to fully enrol and accept the offer.
Enrolment opens on the 11 September 2023. If you have any questions about enrolment, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will be assessed in the four skills: speaking, listening, reading, and writing plus grammar.