All modules in English

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We offer language courses which can be both in parallel to your study program or integrated into your curriculum. These course are designed to meet the needs of students at university and, later, of professional life and social integration.

The transparency and coherence of our modules is ensured by linking them to current European standards.

For more information on our course concept, click here.

   
Learning a language requires a considerable investment in time and effort, both inside and outside the classroom. Before registering for a module, make sure that you have sufficient time to do the work required.
Remember that if you are placed in a group, you are expected to attend the module on a regular basis and to follow it from start to finish.

Modules you need to sign up for

The “Specific Skills” modules develop specific competences in language and communication, to enable learners to participate more effectively in academic, professional or social situations.

English for academic studies for doctoral students, researchers and members of the teaching staff

Level Module
from B1/B2
and according to the pre-inscriptions received
Presenting Research in English (for Doctoral Students and Researchers) (during the intersemester periods)
from B1/B2 Coaching for Communicating in English in an Academic Context
from B1/B2 Social and Professional Interaction in English: face-to-face Communication at Conferences and Events (during the intersemester periods)
from B1/B2 NEW! Social and professional interaction in English in Online Settings: Communicating at Conferences and Events (during the intersemester periods)
from B1/B2 Communicating in English in an Academic Context for Master and PhD students (during the intersemester periods)
from B2 Academic Writing for Doctoral Students
from B2 Intensive Course - Academic Writing for Doctoral Students (during the intersemester periods)

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Modules which require no inscription

To allow you to continue to learn a language and communication skills without joining a module, the Language Centre offers free-access periods in the Multimedia Centre (EMA). There are two ways to access the EMA:

  1. Remote access: use our PlurieL learning platform to connect online at any time
     
  2. On campus : go to the EMA room (Anthropole, room 1060) during the semester, so long as it is a "free-access" period (see times on our homepage). There is no need to register beforehand. Someone will be on hand to show you how the EMA works. You will have access to learning activities which are not available online

The EMA contains resources that have been specially designed for autonomous language learning. It is organised in such a way as to allow you to locate easily activities corresponding to your level and to your needs. The EMA will provide you with information and tools to help you manage your learning. 

Independent learning
Free-access Multimedia Centre

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