The Language Centre provides support with improving your English and modern foreign language skills. If you are not able to take any of our for-credit modules, come and have a look at our self-study materials in Jenny Lind, room JLG004. Our Language Adviser can help you select printed and online materials that are suitable for you.
If you feel you need more hands-on help, check out our Academic English one-to-one support sessions and Masters Support Classes below.
Academic English one-to-one support
Help improving your academic English
If you want advice on how to improve your use of academic English in your essay or presentation, the Language Centre offers daily 20-minute sessions that are open to all registered students, whether English is your first language or not.
Time: 13:00-16:00 every weekday during the University teaching semester
Location: Jenny Lind, workstations opposite room JLG018.
Advice from Language Centre tutors on improving your academic English
Masters support classes
Language support for Masters students
Postgraduate students whose first language is not English can attend our Masters Support Classes. These informal classes boost your academic English skills and you can decide on a week-by-week basis whether you can attend or not. If you are interested in attending, just come to the class or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.