Improve Your Academic Writing and Presentation skills in English
Mastering academic English is as important as mastering your discipline itself. This is a Course for PhD candidates and Postdoctoral fellows who want to improve their academic writing and presentation skills in English. We will group participants from the faculties according to the list below as far as possible.
PhD candidates and Postdoctoral fellows who want to improve their academic writing and presentation skills in English.
General information about the course
Mastering academic English is as important as mastering your discipline itself. It is decisive for conference presentations, getting published in journals and networking. Even if your general level of English is high, many scholars can benefit from expanding their skills in both written and oral presentations.In 2022, UiB will arrange three courses each semester, where the faculties have been grouped together for the best learning outcome. Each course will have three class days; each class will run from 09.00 to 13.00. Each student will also receive one 30-minute individual session with the instructor.The course is digital and will take place via Zoom.Please find the dates for each course below.Maximum 10 participants per course. If there are more than 10 applicants per course, participants will be chosen by random selection.
Application deadline is at noon (12.00) two weeks before the first day of the course.
SIGN UP INFORMATION (Spring semester 2022)
We will group participants from the faculties according to the list below as far as possible. If you cannot attend the course designated for your faculty, you can choose to participate in one of the other courses.Please note that the course times are set, and it is not possible to switch between courses.
COURSE 1, FACULTIES: Medicine and Mathematics and Natural Sciences ▶ Tuesdays 09.00-13.00, May 31st, June 7th and 14th.
COURSE 2, FACULTIES: Humanities and Social Sciences ▶ Wednesdays 09.00-13.00, June 1st, 8th and 15th.
COURSE 3, FACULTIES: Law, Psychology, and Fine Art, Music & Design ▶ Thursdays 09.00-13.00, June 2nd, 9th and 16th