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<p>The Higher Diploma in English is a postgraduate qualification intended for students who already have a degree in another subject and who wish to study English intensively. You study a range of second- and third-year English undergraduate modules, over the course of one academic year (full time) or two academic years (part time).</p><p>The HDip is a conversion course and so you will not normally have taken English to honours degree level in your original undergraduate course of study. A valuable qualification in itself, the HDip in English may also be used as a pathway to further study, and the course is aimed at graduates who may wish to be considered for a subsequent master&rsquo;s course in English</p><p>Registration with the Teaching Council<br/><br/>The Higher Diploma in Arts programme consists of modules to the value of 60 credits taken from Levels 2 and 3 of the undergraduate BA degree.&nbsp; The Higher Diploma in Arts is recog ... (Training Available by University College Cork) English

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English Premium

<p>Do you enjoy discussing books, films, song, theatre? By studying English you will develop your knowledge and writing skills, and get more from the books and films you love.</p><p>UCC School of English has a strong tradition of creativity and independent thinking. Our students learn, by reading and listening, how to balance different arguments. You will get practice at clear and persuasive writing and at effective discussion in seminar situations. You will join a community of learning where you can develop your ideas and knowledge and shape your skills.</p><p>The BA in English introduces you to the subject in its fullest sense. You will study English across the centuries and can cover areas such as creative writing, film, drama and theatre.&nbsp;If you're a keen reader and interested in technology, we can help you hone your digital and literary skills with courses on digital media and through technology-enabled learning.</p> ... (Training Available by University College Cork) English

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English Pro Plus

Do you enjoy discussing books, films, theatre? By studying English you will develop your knowledge and writing skills, and get more from the books and films you love.UCC School of English has a strong tradition of creativity and independent thinking. Our students learn, by reading, writing and listening, how to balance different arguments. You will get practice at clear and persuasive writing and at teamwork, presentations, and effective discussion in seminar situations. You will join a community of learning where you can develop your ideas and knowledge and shape your skills.The BA in English introduces you to the subject in its fullest sense. You will study English across the centuries and can cover areas such as creative writing, film, drama and theatre. If you're a keen reader and interested in technology, we can help you hone your digital and literary skills with courses on digital media and through technology-enabled learning. ... (Training Available by University College Cork) English

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English Pro Plus

The Higher Diploma in Arts English is a postgraduate qualification intended for students who already have a degree in another subject and who wish to study English intensively. You study a range of second- and third-year English undergraduate modules, over the course of one academic year (full time) or two academic years (part time).The HDip is a conversion course and so you will not normally have taken English to honours degree level in your original undergraduate course of study. A valuable qualification in itself, the Higher Diploma in Arts in English may also be used as a pathway to further study, and the course is aimed at graduates who may wish to be considered for a subsequent master’s course in English.  Registration with the Teaching Council:  For applicants who are taking the Higher Diploma with a view to Teaching Council subject registration, the Higher Diploma in Arts English is recognised by the Teaching Council for the purposes of a teaching subject a ... (Training Available by University College Cork) English

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English

We offer classes in the morning, afternoon and evening in learning the English language.  You can improve or study for an exam such as Cambridge FCE, CAE, CPE or TOEFL< TOEIC, TIE or IELTS.(Training Available by Galway Language Centre) English

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English

Postgraduate Research Opportunities English Research opportunities in English Language and English Literature are available for either full-time or part-time study, and are offered at all levels, enabling you to be innovative, critical and original.In English Language, our teaching staff’s research expertise covers Critical Discourse Analysis, Language Variation and Change, Language and Identity, Rhetoric, Language and Ecology, Ecolinguistics, Sociolinguistics, Language and Gender, Dialectology and New Media Literacy. In English Literature, our teaching staff’s research expertise ranges from the Renaissance to the present and in particular boasts extensive supervision experience in contemporary writing and theory. Topics include Renaissance and Caroline drama, 19th-century literature and culture, textual editing, children’s literature, American literature, women’s writing and psychoanalysis. We welcome especially research proposals on regional writers. English ... (Training Available by University of Gloucestershire) English

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Course overview This course gives you the opportunity for advanced study in an intellectually lively Department with a long tradition of excellent teaching and an international reputation for research.Our MA in English is focused on three periods of literary history: the Renaissance, the 'long' 19th century, and the 20th century. The fourth module, Research Methods, equips you with the skills needed to complete your Major Project. One of these modules can be replaced by an independent learning project, tailored to meet your individual requirements, or a module from our MA in Creative Writing or Film Studies (subject to the pathway leader's approval). In addition to accessing the good library facilities at our University and major electronic resources such as Early English Books Online and JSTOR, a high-quality, interdisciplinary archive to support scholarship and teaching, you will be able to make use of the world-class Cambridge University Library. Our course will appeal to you whet ... (Training Available by Anglia Ruskin University) English

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English

About the Major The Department of English is dedicated to the study of the literatures and cultures of those parts of the world in which English is the primary language, and to the study of the history and structure of the English language itself. Although committed to no single method or approach, the department encourages an emphasis on British, American, and world literary history and requires of its undergraduate majors a firsthand acquaintance with many of the more influential writers who have helped during the past millennium to make English a global language that possesses richly diverse and highly influential literary cultures. Within the department, students are able to pursue a variety of approaches to the study of literary culture beyond the strictly historical -- literary criticism, for example, or those that draw on the resources of such disciplines as sociology, psychology, and philosophy. Within the B.A. degree in English, qualified students may elect a concentration eit ... (Training Available by University of California-Los Angeles) English

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English

Click here to print this page About English degreesFrom the Middle Ages to Modernism, from Yorkshire to the world, the English language is constantly changing, both reflecting and shaping thought and culture. English at Leeds Trinity invites you to explore this rich language and its literary heritage. Our dedicated and enthusiastic staff will introduce you to prose, poetry and drama from the first written English to current writers. On the way, you will discover major literary periods and movements such as the Renaissance, the Romantic era and the Victorian age, as well as studying historical developments in topics such as Writing and War, Children’s Literature and Magical Realism in World Fiction. You will also have the opportunity to develop your own creative writing, in addition to following personal academic interests through research. Along with Career Development and a professional work placement in your second year, English at Leeds Trinity provides a firm foundation f ... (Training Available by Leeds Trinity & All Saints' College) English

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English Language and English Literature

The effective use of English is a key skill in many professions where communication plays an important role. On this course you will examine how the English language works in different social, political and cultural contexts, analyse and practise writing for different purposes and audiences, learn how the English language developed and became one of the most powerful languages in the world and analyse different varieties of the language. This will open up a wide range of career choices. You will study English language in combination with English literature, in addition, you will be able to choose from a range of options which gives you the opportunity to tailor your degree to your specific interests. Course structure You will attend lectures and seminars but also access materials provided via the university's virtual learning environment, studentcentral. A range of additional resources are also available to support you in developing the skills and disciplines necessary for self-managed ... (Training Available by University of Brighton) English Language and English Literature

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Additional English Courses & Classes

English - General English

This course is aimed at students who would like to study the English language in order to be able to communicate efficiently in different life situations. It is designed to provide a systematic development of all language skills: speaking, reading, writing and listening.All our students are tested on entry to assess their level of English. They are asked to do a placement test and have an oral interview. We monitor students’ progress through the course to see their achievements. At the end of the course they take a final test and receive a certificate. Teachers follow the School syllabus which covers the material taught at each stage.General English classes are conducted to all levels from Elementary to Advanced. The length of each stage is 12 weeks but it can take longer. As we wish to make the process of learning both efficient and enjoyable, we use the communicative method in our work. We give our students the opportunity to improve all-round ability in English by focusing on ... (Training Available by Shakespeare College London) English - General English

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English

What Is English? LMU's English major helps students discover how – as poet Donald Hall suggests – to “say the unsayable” and better appreciate how great writing achieves that end. Believing that literature is a profound expression of human experience, the English Department uses a range of critical methods to introduce students to English-language literatures from a variety of cultural traditions. This approach gives students a sense of the diversity of human experience and their own place in the world. Close work with literature allows students special insight into the shared resource that is our language and helps them learn to express themselves and evaluate the written expression of others. This work – including writing and reading fiction, poetry, and drama – provides students with practice in critical reading and writing in preparation for graduate study, teaching, and a diverse range of professions. This close work prepares students for wo ... (Training Available by Loyola Marymount University) English

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EnglishEnglish - Mandatory RequirementAs of 23rd July 2010, International students, applying for a Tier 4 (General) Student Visa, must posses a minimum CEFR Level B1 of English. Students applying for ICL programmes must show evidence of having taken a recognised secure English language test and achieved a minimum of CEFR Level B1 (IELTS 4.5) in all four components - reading, writing, listening and speaking.ICL Students who do not meet the minimum English Language Entry Requirements of IELTS 5.5 will be required to take Pre-sessional English Course prior to commencing their academic studies.First Certificate in EnglishInternational College Leicester will offer an in-house Pre-sessional (First Certificate in English) English course to those students who do not meet the minimum UKBA and/or course entry requirments. This course is offered on an unconditional basis with guaranteed progression onto the main course of study. ... (Training Available by International College Leicester Ltd) English

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English

CBU English major students choose to take a variety of stimulating courses—courses such as film studies; creative writing; children’s, young adult and multicultural literature; linguistics, and English composition. They learn from well-qualified, caring faculty members who bring a variety of interesting global perspectives in a Christian context.CBU offers the following English majors, minors and concentrations:Majors EnglishSpanishFilm Studies Minors EnglishSpanishFilm Studies Concentration Creative WritingCareer OpportunitiesSecondary education teacherJournalistLibrary scientistPublisherChristian missionaryProfessional copywriter/editorAuthorYou can also further your education by attending graduate schools of law, medicine, business, etc. At CBU, we also offer a master’s program in English that you can pursue after your undergraduate studies. Liberal studies majors may seek a concentration in English, which affords them an area of specialization within the Multiple ... (Training Available by California Baptist University) English

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English - Business English

Business English is aimed at those students who would like to develop their skills and use the laguage in the business environment. The topics covered include marketing, management, communications, finances and other issues.This course can be taken as a separate course or in combination with the General English course.Entry requirements: Level of English must be Intermediate or higherMode of studies: 6 hours per weekAssessment: Students are assessed by the teacher at the end of the term. ... (Training Available by Shakespeare College London) English - Business English

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English

Course of Study: EnglishThe discipline of English examines the history of British and American literatures, teaches the skills of critical and perceptive reading, and develops a facility for clear, precise, and elegant writing. The student who majors in this field is uniquely prepared for any career in which analytical thought and clear communication are important: teaching, publishing, journalism, law, business, and certain areas of medicine.Requirements for the MajorA major in English requires a minimum of 11 courses constituted as follows:Basic Requirements:Two British Literature Surveys: English 101a and English 101b.Two American Literature Surveys: English 102a and English 102b.One course in British Literature before 1900 (courses numbered 110 through 149). One of these five basic courses may be taken off the Scripps campus. The remaining four must be taken at Scripps.Four electives: Up to two of these electives may be courses in creative writing, film, and linguistics. It is reco ... (Training Available by Scripps College) English

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English

Program Goals and/or OutcomesThe English program provides a breadth of coursework that includes the study of the language and investigation of great works of literature, as well as the development of reading and writing expertise. It is devoted to advancing critical thinking and academic skills in the areas of reading, writing, and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). In reading, classes focus on vocabulary expansion, comprehension, and methods for long term learning. Writing classes cover grammar, composition, creative writing and research. ESOL classes cover academic English, including four levels of instruction in reading, writing, grammar, speaking, and listening. The English program also offers literature classes in British and American Literature, literature and film, women in literature, and world literature. Back To List Program DescriptionEnglishThe English program serves four areas of study. First, it is designed to prepare students for advanced work in the major, ... (Training Available by San Diego Miramar College) English

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DescriptionThe English program provides a breadth of course work designed to improve reading, writing, listening, speaking, and critical thinking skills. Reading courses focus on academic reading and study skills. The English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) program offers four levels of academic English instruction including reading, listening/speaking, and composition. Writing classes range from developmental writing to transfer-level courses in reading and composition, composition and literature, and intermediate composition and critical thinking, as well as a two-semester sequence in creative writing. Literature offerings include an introductory course and specialized courses such as British and American Literature and women in literature. Humanities courses explore cultural achievements of world civilizations. English department courses meet English Composition requirements for the associate degree and for University of California, and California State University, Communicat ... (Training Available by San Diego City College) English

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English (English/Humanities)

About the Program We are committed to helping students learn to understand, interpret, and analyze a variety of texts from different ages, social contexts, and genres. We ask our students to examine, question and consider multiple perspectives that confirm and challenge their own views, a process by which students learn to express their own opinions and incorporate reliable information and opinions of others.Our current course offerings immerse students in approaches to writing and reading that are firmly grounded in contemporary theory. We hope that students join us as careful discerning readers, incisive writers, critical scholars, scholarly critics, and innovative thinkers who draw connections between the intellectual activities of the classroom and the world. Please visit our English Department Page: www.marin.edu/departments/english For information about our Online Course offerings, visit: www.marin.edu/distance For information about the Online Writing Center, visit: www.marin. ... (Training Available by College of Marin) English (English/Humanities)

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EnglishEnglish - Mandatory RequirementAs of 23rd July 2010, International students, applying for a Tier 4 (General) Student Visa, must posses a minimum CEFR Level B1 of English. Students applying for ICL programmes must show evidence of having taken a recognised secure English language test and achieved a minimum of CEFR Level B1 (IELTS 4.5) in all four components - reading, writing, listening and speaking.ICL Students who do not meet the minimum English Language Entry Requirements of IELTS 5.5 will be required to take Pre-sessional English Course prior to commencing their academic studies.First Certificate in EnglishInternational College Leicester will offer an in-house Pre-sessional (First Certificate in English) English course to those students who do not meet the minimum UKBA and/or course entry requirments. This course is offered on an unconditional basis with guaranteed progression onto the main course of study. ... (Training Available by International College Leicester Ltd) English

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