22 July 2016
English as a Foreign Language (EFL)
At Nottingham Trent University our summer courses are delivered by experts who bring academic and industry experience to their subject.
Our English Language courses last one week, and there are two different start dates, making it easy to combine the course with other subjects if you like.
Our other courses include Architecture, Art and Design, Business, Law, Education, Social Sciences and Science and Technology.
The courses will broaden your skills and knowledge and introduce you to new ways of thinking, and you'll also learn more about Nottingham and NTU as contemporary places to live and study.
Our programme allows you to deepen your subject knowledge or broaden your interests. You can get to know our faculty, connect with projects, and practice what you have learnt through activities in and around Nottingham.
NTU is right in the heart of England, with London, the coast and all the major attractions within easy reach. We provide you with a real experience of living and learning in the UK, in a city famous for the tales of Robin Hood.
July is a vibrant and fun time to be in Nottingham, with events and activities to suit everyone. The Splendour Music Festival at Wollaton Hall is a great day for all music lovers, or you may like to commemorate Shakespeare by watching an open air theatre event at Nottingham Castle. You might want to enjoy some cricket at the world famous Trent Bridge, or visit one of Nottingham's other top sports venues such as The National Ice Centre or National Watersports Centre. With galleries, theatres, music venues and great cafes all within easy walking distance of the University you're sure to take home happy memories of your time in Nottingham, as well as a wealth of new skills and experiences from your studies.
We'll hold a series of optional activities you can choose to take part in that are designed to help you explore Nottingham, or you can get around this compact, attractive, and safe city yourself on foot or by using its excellent public transport network.
Our courses are aimed at University students who have taken at least one year of undergraduate study in a related subject.
On successful completion you'll receive a certificate to say you've attended and achieved a level of attainment expected by your tutor. You'll also be sent a transcript confirming that you've passed your course, and the number of credits achieved. Each week offers 5 NTU credits which is equivalent to 2.5 ECTS.
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