English for Work and Life FT (General English)

English for Work and Life (General English)

English for Work and Life (General English)

General English is listed on the Interim List of Eligible Programmes

General English classes develop your accuracy and fluency with an emphasis on grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation, as well as the development of reading, writing, speaking and listening.  We also offer a Communicative Focus Class (CFC) each week which is based on topics relating to Irish life and culture.  

ILEP Number

Course Name

Exit Exam

0341/0016

General English

 

IELTS

 

0341/0017

General English

 

Cambridge First (FCE)

 

0341/0018

General English

 

Cambridge Advanced (CAE)

 

0341/0019

General English

 

Cambridge Proficiency (CPE)

 
Who is this course for?

Full-time courses in General English are for all levels from Elementary (A2) to Proficiency (C2).  The General English courses aim at developing students' overall ability to communicate confidently in English.  Students also prepare for international exams such as IELTS and Cambridge English.

Learning outcomes

Helping students develop their English speaking, listening, reading, writing and communication skills in a practical and focused manner to achieve their English language targets.

Course Summary

 

Delivery 

 

     On-Campus 

Language Level

Classes are available at Levels CEFR A2 and above

Length Minimum 2 weeks

20 hours per week

09.00 – 13.00 plus independent study

Class Size Maximum 15 students
Age 18 years +
Start Dates

Begin your course any Monday for the duration of the summer. 

Contact eflsummerschool@ucc.ie with your preferred start date

Course Content
  • English language skills and systems teaching
  • Formative and summative assessment to ensure clear progress
  • Project work
  • Cultural, university and community sessions
  • Tuition based on student language needs
  • Guest lectures

End of course assessment

There will be no exit exam requirement for this course when taken during the summer.

However, all students will receive a Certificate on completion of the summer course.

Progression

Transfer to the Academic English programme if preferred and if of a suitable level, students may also continue their programme into the new academic year from the summer (flexible finish dates).

 How to Apply

Summer School 2022 application form

Fees

(Exam fee is extra)

Number of weeksCost
2

€500

4

€1,000

8

€1,920

12

€2,760

16

€3,520

20

€4,200

24

€4,920

28

€5,600

32

€6,400

33

€6,600

 

IT requirements to join our courses: 

All students are required to bring to class a fully-charged laptop (with audio and video) and headphones to ensure full participation and access to course materials and a more valuable student experience.  A reliable internet connection is required (this is provided by UCC for on-campus students). You should download Microsoft Teams to your laptop before starting your course. UCC recommends the use of Chrome browser for best interaction with all its applications.  Please note that a laptop is a device that is suitable for study purposes and students who use another device such as a tablet will not be able to access some functions. A smartphone is not considered to be a suitable device for study purposes.

10-hour English for Work and Life (General English) course   

10-hour per week English for Work and Life (General English)
Intake any Monday.  11:00 - 13:00 Monday to Friday
Please check out the details on this webpage.  
eflsummerschool@ucc.ie for details.
 

IT requirements to join our courses: 

All students are required to bring to class a fully-charged laptop (with audio and video) and headphones to ensure full participation and access to course materials and a more valuable student experience.  A reliable internet connection is required (this is provided by UCC for on-campus students). You should download Microsoft Teams to your laptop before starting your course. UCC recommends the use of Chrome browser for best interaction with all its applications.  Please note that a laptop is a device that is suitable for study purposes and students who use another device such as a tablet will not be able to access some functions. A smartphone is not considered to be a suitable device for study purposes.

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Language Centre

Lárionad Teanga

Main Office, G36, O'Rahilly Building, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland

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