Writing Skills - Arts, Humanities and Law

Content information

Starting level:
See page about Advanced Academic English: writing skills

Objective:
See page about Advanced Academic English: writing skills

Content:
See page about Advanced Academic English: writing skills

Feedback we received:

  • "I especially like the course book, it is very useful and I will definitely use it a lot in the future."
  • "Extensive and interesting feedback from the teacher on our own texts"
  • "Acquaintance with the register of academic use of language"
  • "Patient and competent teacher"
  • "Good evaluation method"
  • "The course relies on real texts"
  • "There is time for discussing our experiences and sharing opinions"

Placement test: Yes

Administrative data

Course abbreviation: AAHL

Programme: VTO

Course fees

Please contact Tom De Moor (Tom.DeMoor@UGent.be, + 32 9 264 36 79)

Useful info

Special information:
Doctoral students who are affiliated with the Doctoral Schools can only enter via de Doctoral Schools Support Unit (doctoralschools@UGent.be).

Course book:
Academic English: writing a research article; Arts, Humanities and Law (Catherine Verguts, in collaboration with Marilyn Michels)

If you buy this book at Standaard Boekhandel, Kouter 31, 9000 Gent you receive a discount of 10% on the official price. Just mention that you are a UCT student. As you buy this book yourself the UCT offers a € 10 discount calculated in the course price.

Recommended books:
- Swales J. & Feak C. (2000): English in today's research world: A Writing Guide, Michigan: The University of Michigan Press
- Swales J. & Feak C. (2004): Academic Writing for Graduate Students, Second Edition: Essential Tasks and Skills, Michigan: The University of Michigan Press

Recommended books extra information: If you buy one or more of these books at Standaard Boekhandel, Kouter 31, 9000 Gent you receive a discount of 10% on the official price. Just mention that you are a UCT student.

Belongs to the series: Advanced Academic English: writing skills (continuous training)

Summary

Number of tuition hours: 20

Nr. of hours per week: 1 x 2

Course book available at: Standaard Boekhandel, Kouter 31, 9000 Gent

For who?: -Doctoral Schools UGent