Summer programme 6 June - 30 July
Studying and researching in another language is an amazing achievement but can be challenging no matter how fluent you are. If English is not your first language, our language webinars aim to support and guide you through some of these challenges.
The sessions are run by the Languages EAP Team (English for Academic Purposes) and are free for students and researchers of Falmouth University.
Webinars are delivered via MS Teams, which you can access via Office 365 using your Falmouth login.
Please read the descriptors below and then register via the form at the bottom of the page.
- Mondays 13.00-14.00 or Wednesdays 16.00-17.00 [UK time] via MS teams
These weekly webinars (starting June 6) support you with your written assignments during the 710 module. The sessions are aimed at anyone for whom English is a second (+) language, and are an opportunity to receive language and academic skills feedback on your written work and to meet other international students from different courses.
Content is negotiated depending on the language and skills background of the attendees but indicative content includes:
- Academic style and the language and vocabulary used in formal writing
- Using your reading in your writing. Paraphrasing and the language of referencing
- Writing concisely and clearly
- Smooth writing – using vocabulary and grammar to create flow in your writing
Social and Current Affairs
- Tuesdays 16.00-17.00 [UK time] via MS teams
Would you like to find out more about what’s going on both in Britain and around the world? These sessions will give you the chance to discuss the hot topics of the week, increase your vocabulary and develop your speaking and listening skills in a relaxed atmosphere.
Online study groups
- Wednesdays 13.00-14.00 or Thursdays 16.00-17.00 [Uk time] via MS teams
This series of workshops is available to any students who have attended the academic English webinars in a previous study block. The content will be negotiated depending on who registers for the class, but it is an opportunity to ask questions, share ideas and gain feedback on writing/presentations from an English language tutor and other students studying distance Masters courses.
Email to let us know which sessions you're interested in and we'll send you the details.
Students can also book 1-1 tutorials for language and writing skills feedback on pieces of work. More details available here.
Contact the Languages EAP Team with any questions.