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Module description - Cambridge Advanced Course 2 (Elective)

ECTS 2.0
Level C1
Overview The Cambridge English: Advanced is an in-depth, high-level language qualification that shows you have the language skills in reading, listening, writing, speaking and use of English that employers and universities are looking for.

This qualification shows that you can:

  • follow an academic course at university level
  • communicate effectively at a managerial and professional level
  • participate with confidence in workplace meetings or academic tutorials and seminars

This module is one of a 2-semester preparatory course with special emphasis placed on advanced grammatical structures and exam-taking techniques.
Learning objectives Language aims:

  • Lexis: to expand one’s knowledge of vocabulary and collocations, particularly the active use of a wide range of lexis
  • Errors: to recognise and correct one’s own errors, both written and spoken
  • Speaking: to utilize clearly the widest possible range of language; active use of lexis and language structures
  • Listening: to recognise explicit and implicit meaning in a range of audio situations; to read and answer written questions while listening
  • Reading: to use appropriate reading strategies in order to grasp the gist, details, implications and cohesive structure of a range of text types
  • Writing: to write clear, well-structured texts of appropriate style and register with well-chosen vocabulary
Previous knowledge Entry based on placement test or successful completion of e4/ten2. Language level C1 or above.
Can be taken before or after ecae 1 course
Exam format Continuous assessment grade
Additional information Textbooks will be required.
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