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English for the Creative Industries (Online)

English for the Creative Industries (Online)
Level
Lower intermediate – upper intermediate (A2-B2)

Learn English for the Creative Industries at UAL, second in the world for Art and Design in the 2020 QS World University Rankings®.

This course is ideal if you want to improve your English in an art and design context and:

You are an art/design student, or you want to apply to UAL / another university,

Or

You work, or aspire to work in a creative industry,

Or

You have an interest in art and design,

And

You want to study at a world-renowned, high-ranking university.

Why choose English for the Creative Industries?

On this course you will:

  • Study General English, Academic English and English for the Creative Industries
  • Improve your vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation skills.
  • Improve reading, writing, listening, speaking and independent learning skills.
  • Study English using art and design resources and topics including creative industries, design, fashion, art, photography, communications, architecture, London life and British culture
  • Create an art or design project.
  • Learn from experienced, friendly and knowledgeable teachers.
  • Get involved in virtual UAL life through social events and activities.
  • Have online access to:

See Student support, services and activities for more information.

English level

This course has 2 levels:

Lower

Equivalent to:

  • CEFR A2-B1
  • Pre-intermediate / lower-intermediate
  • IELTS 4.5-5

Higher

Equivalent to:

  • CEFR B1+-B2
  • Intermediate / upper-intermediate
  • IELTS 5.5 +

When you apply for the course, you will have an online interview with one of our teachers who will then assign your level. You do not need an IELTS score to apply.

More information on finding out your English language level.

Course assessment

At the end of the course you will write an assignment and give a presentation as part of your final project. You will receive a Record of Study and Achievement certificate with your grades for this project. You will also be given feedback on your project.

Hours a week

15 hours a week for 12 weeks. This includes:

  • 10 hours of live classes: 10am – 12pm GMT Monday to Friday.
  • 5 hours of independent learning.

Dates and fees

Dates

  • TBC

Fees

  • £3,900

How to apply

If you would like to apply for this course, please email us.

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Please note: you must be at least 18 years old to study at UAL Language Centre.

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