English for Medical Academic Purposes: English for Scientific Writing and Presentations
Duration20 hours self-study online
8 hours face-to-face
The course will offer the students a blended approach to English for Medical Academic Purposes, with a 20-hour online course, followed by 8 hours of practical workshops. The online module will focus on the key features of academic English with particular sections dedicated to writing skills for abstracts, research articles and presentations. The workshops will provide the participants with opportunities to practise academic writing and presentation skills , reinforcing writing strategies, techniques, language structures and key academic vocabulary.
Taking this course will help you keep up with the latest research, attend and speak at conferences, study and practice overseas, participate in international projects and network with other students and professionals around the world.
At the end of the course you will receive a continuous professional development (CPD) certificate
LEVEL & SELF ASSESSMENT GRID
B1+ to C1
The self-assessment grid illustrates the levels of proficiency described in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
It presents 34 scales of listening, reading, spoken interaction, spoken production and writing activities. Check your level!
On this course, you will learn:
– How to develop your academic vocabulary, including how to use the Academic Word List and other tools
– How to understand and use complex grammar and written structures
– How to write effective academic texts, including abstracts and research articles
– How to write and give impactful presentations
– The skills you need to listen effectively to academic lectures or talks
– How to analyse and understand research articles
Patricia Taylor Language Unit Coordinator & English Mother Tongue Teacher, Humanitas University
Cristina De Giovanni English Teacher,
Language Unit Coordinator
To register you must have already completed the provisional enrolment form.
Commitment fee Euro 50,00
Minimum 4 – Maximum 15 students
The course is reserved for Humanitas residents only. Activation at the discretion of the University.
The commitment fee cannot be reimbursed due to costs involved unless the course is not activated. Payment can only be made by credit card.
20 hours self-study online
8 hours face-to-face
Online self-study modules: July, August
In-person workshops 17.30-19.30
SLC Online platform
In-person workshops on Campus