The Language Centre can give you practical advice on how to improve your English or your skills in other languages.
In addition to our language modules, we offer a range of other support options for both international and UK students at different levels of study. Options include:
Academic writing support
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 both international and UK students. Boost your grades by getting advice on your draft assignments from one of our academic English tutors. Our tutors can help you restructure your sentences and paragraphs to make them more effective and advise you on your use of academic vocabulary, grammar, style, referencing and more.
How to book an Academic Writing Support session
To book a session, select a free slot on our booking system. The first time you book, you’ll need to fill in some personal details, including your student number. After that, you can simply click on an available slot.
Time: see booking system for all available dates and times.
You can book up to two sessions per week - at busy times, additional bookings may be cancelled.
Masters support classes
The Language Centre offers two-hour academic English classes for international students who are taking a Masters degree at the University of Worcester. The classes run during semester time, in Jenny Lind. If you are interested, please email email@example.com, stating your name and contact details. We will then let you know when and where the classes will take place.
Areas that will be covered include:
- Reading and note-taking
- Grammar, punctuation and phrasing
- Using academic style and conventions in English
- Drafting, editing and re-drafting your writing
- Proof-reading and self-evaluation
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Language learning advice
If you would like advice on how to improve your language skills in English or another language, you can contact our Language Adviser. You can get advice on finding suitable courses, online and printed resources and techniques for developing your skills. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for advice or to make an appointment.