An English masters program will teach you the complexities of the English language. These programs will help you become a better writer, editor or speaker in your professional and daily life.
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Designed for students interested in pursuing degrees in the U.S., Georgetown’s Intensive Academic English program will help you make the transition to academic life at an Amer ... +
The International Foundation Programme - Law Online is designed to help you develop the academic and linguistic skills required for degree-level law study. This course can be ... +
Equip yourself to teach in international contexts by increasing your English language skills and intercultural knowledge.
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Improve your written and conversational English skills while experiencing the excitement and culture of Washington, D.C. Designed for students with intermediate- or advanced-l ... +
Georgetown's English Skills for Graduate Students is a three-week course open to non-native English speakers who have been accepted into a U.S. graduate program. Designed to r ... +
Spend 3 weeks in summer or winter living and learning in the heart of Washington, D.C., and engaging with classmates from more than 30 countries. Our three-week American Conve ... +
Designed for working professionals and university graduates, the Intensive Professional English program offers opportunities to refine your English skills in listening, speaki ... +
Understand learners, policy and practice with this CPD course for English language teachers.
Improve your academic English skills further, learning about critical analysis, using sources, avoiding plagiarism and more.
Improve your English language skills while discovering key aspects of British culture, from Shakespeare to live music, and more.
Explore British culture - from music to the countryside - with the British Council to improve your English language skills.
Explore early childhood development and find out how you can support young children learning English as an additional language.
Learn how to use English for study at university or college and develop your writing skills, vocabulary and grammar.
Work together to plan, create, and facilitate inclusive online learning that engages and inspires young people aged 5 to 17.