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English Language Development for students

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If you are a current UAL student and speak English as an additional language, we can help you with the language skills you need to be successful on your course.

What is the English Language Development programme?

Language Development

We hope all our Language Development students have a great winter holiday break. We look forward to seeing you next term!

If you would like to continue to develop your English language skills in the holidays have a look at our Self study course: Language for Academic Studies and also our  Academic English resources.

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    Online tutorials

    We offer tutorials for students who speak English as an additional language. Students can get help with a specific assignment or language skill.

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    Academic English Skills

    New Academic English Skills classes will be available to book next term.

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    Language Development Classes

    For students who speak English as an additional language and would like support on their main course.

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    Language, Arts and Culture Courses

    Learn a modern language with an arts and culture focus. These are paying courses. Choose from Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese or Spanish

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    Progress English test

    For current UAL students who want to progress to the next level of university study.


  • Intercultural and Communication Training

    We offer workshops and online resources to develop your intercultural awareness and communication skills.

Reimagining Conversations with multilingual students.

The Reimagining Conversations project is an opportunity to raise awareness of the educational potential of language use at UAL. In line with current moves to decolonise the university curricula and creative agenda, the project is an opportunity to examine events through a decentring and decolonised lens. Read the project summary