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ABV English courses

No, you don’t! Please check your level using the following self-evaluation test.

If you have level B2, then you can sign up for an ‘Upper Intermediate English 1 for Academic Professions’ course. If you have level C1, then you can register for an ‘Advanced English 1a for Academic Professions’ course. Please check in the course catalogue for details.

If you have already taken one of these courses, then you should sign up for either the course ‘Upper intermediate 2 for Academic Professions’ or (if you took the first C1 level course) ‘Advanced English 2 for Academic Professions’.

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Unfortunately not! We work with a priority list and are not always able to give a place to all students who apply. You can check on our website under course lists whether you have been given a place on one of the courses on the Friday before the semester begins.

We're afraid that means that you have not got a place on one of the courses.

You can reapply next semester. Otherwise, you can contact the coordinators for English to see if a place has become available after the first week.

Please contact your instructor directly to let them know. Otherwise, we will assume that you have decided not to take the course and your place may be given to another student.

If you urgently need to take a course, please contact the coordinators for English in the second week of semester. They will let you know if a space is available on one of the courses.

‘Upper Intermediate English 2 for Academic Professions.’ This course is for students who have already taken ‘Upper Intermediate English 1 for Academic Professions’.

‘Advanced English 2 for Academic Professions.’ This course is for students who have already taken ‘Advanced English 1a for Academic Professions.’

You should contact Peter Stear to ask about his English course for PhD students.