These are English writing support courses (one 2-hour class each week) for students with writing levels 1 and 2, that you take in addition to your academic study. The courses are for:
Check which ESAP course your programme is linked to on the "Which ESAP?" table.
You will be automatically placed in a class if you belong to one of the groups of students above and have a writing level of 1 or 2. At the end of registration week, you will receive an e-mail with details of your class day and time . Your class will be timetabled so that it does not clash with any of your academic modules. Classes start in the week commencing Monday 7th October, 2013.
"This class was very useful for me because it focussed on my dissertation."
"..it helped me with my project, the literature review, oral presentations and writing assignments and I got good credits."
If you are eligible for an ESAP class, you must take this as your non-credit bearing writing class. This means you can not register for a non credit-bearing EGAP writing class.
You may wish to consider registering for an EGAP non credit-bearing listening and speaking class for extra practice.
If you have any questions, you can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
In Semester 1, these courses develop writing skills using materials and conventions from your own academic subject area. In Semester 1, the focus will be on general academic writing for assignments and reports.
Semester 2 will focus on developing the language skills needed to complete your final dissertation or end of year project.
MRes students from the Faculty of Medicine will also practise presentation skills as part of their ESAP course. The MRes ESAP course takes place in Semester 1 only.This course is also open to students on the MSc in Medical Sciences course.
Semester 1 and 2 timetable information includes details about days, times and rooms.