Year-round English Courses
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We have full-time courses in General English for all levels from Elementary (A2) to Proficiency (C2). The General English courses place emphasis on developing students' overall ability to communicate confidently in English. They also prepare students for international exams such as IELTS and Cambridge English.
Our full-time programme has an academic track which can accommodate students from CEFR A2 onwards and would be suitable for those looking for a pre-foundation programme.
The minimum enrolment period is 1 week and you can start any Monday of the academic year.
- Monday to Friday: 9 am - 1 pm +an extra optional free class for all 20-hour students on one afternoon each week. Day to be advised on the first morning of the course
20 hours of tuition per week + 2 hours free workshop each week
- To download the course application form, please click here.
- To check Course dates and price, please check the following link Price List
- To download the student handbook, please click Language Centre Student Handbook.
UCC Language Centre aims to help students develop their English speaking, listening, reading, writing and communication skills in a practical and focused manner to achieve their English-language targets. It is student-focused and aims to
Our courses have individualised elements to allow students to choose either a vocational or an academic track to meet their learning needs. The academic track focuses on the academic skills and literacies to allow students to study further in English-medium third-level education. The vocational track focuses on topics and skills to allow students to live and work effectively in English-speaking contexts.
Studying English at UCC Language Centre allows students to develop their English language communicative ability in an international university setting in small classes with a mix of student nationalities from around the world. The programme follows the principles of UCC’s connected curriculum to foster real-world usage of the English language in contexts relevant to students’ interests and aims.
To check Full-time course description, please click the following link Full-time Course Description.