Cambridge English for Academic Purposes/
Academic Training and Development 2016
We are considering a new ‘English for Academic Purposes’ course in 2016, which will focus more specifically on using written, spoken and listening skills as they relate to Academic Training and Development. The two-week course would run as a stand-alone option, but participants would gain most from this programme if it is followed with a two-week Summer School, in History, Literature, Science or Interdisciplinary Studies.
Please note: There is no course in 2015. For this programme only, registration will open in December 2015, for summer 2016.
To register an interest in this programme, and to receive more details in Spring 2015, email: firstname.lastname@example.org using the header ATAD 2016.
No work experience is required.
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