19th September 2007
Improve your English
Want to improve your English skills? The University of Lincoln’s language centre is offering places on its Cambridge ESOL (English for Speakers of another Language) courses which are recognised throughout the world.
The courses offer a valuable qualification for anyone who needs proof of language ability. All courses start with a language diagnostic on Monday 24th September and the course takes 33 weeks.
Each year the courses are taken by over 1.75 million people, in 135 countries, to improve their employment prospects, to seek further education, prepare themselves for travel or to live abroad, or because they want an internationally-recognised certificate showing the level they have attained in English.
Cambridge exams are recognised by universities, employers and national education authorities in many countries. They are run by University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL) - one of the world’s leading providers of exams for learners of English. The exams are linked to an international system of levels for assessing European languages.
The University of Lincoln is offering three levels - First Certificate, Advanced and Proficiency. Tutors will assess which level each individual should start at.
For more information contact Andy Daglish on 01522 886344 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the course visit www.cambridge-efl.org
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Sophie Gayler Communications Officer (Press and Media)
(01522) 886042 email@example.com
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