Advanced Academic English: Writing Skills - Arts, Humanities and Law

Cluster

Communication Skills

Target group

Members of the Doctoral School of Arts, Humanities and Law

Level and Test

For PhD students 6 months or more into their PhD. An advanced knowledge of English is required.

IMPORTANT NOTE!!

*It is also required TO PASS an English orientation test. The test takes 1 hour and comprises multiple choice questions, gap-fill exercises and a dictation. If you fail this test, your final registration for the course Advanced Academic English writing skills will not be confirmed. You can first follow another course of English which better suits your needs and competences (for instance Upper-Intermediate Academic English) at your own expense.

Time schedule & Venue

Course code Dates 1st semester 2018-2019 Time Teaching room/Venue

 

 

to be announced

 

 

Note: Please bring your own coffee/refreshments. The Doctoral Schools don’t provide these unless mentioned otherwise.

Registration procedure

  • For the English orientation test:

Check the online sample test here

  • For the course

If the course is fully booked you can ask to be added to the waiting list by sending an e-mail to Please mention your student nr and the course code of your choice.

Registration fee

Free of charge for the members of the Doctoral Schools.

The course book 'Academic English: writing a research article; Arts, Humanities and Law' (Catherine Verguts, in collaboration with Marilyn Michels) is not included and can be bought at Standaard boekhandel, http://www2.standaardboekhandel.be/nl/winkels/gent-kouter Kouter 31, 9000 Gent. Please ask for 10% discount as a UCT-student.

Content

More information on the website of the UCT

Language

English

Number of participants

Maximum 23

Evaluation criteria (doctoral training programme)

More information on the website of the UCT