Studying at university is very rewarding but sometimes a challenge. If English is not your first language, our classes in English for Academic Purposes (EAP) can help you in your studies - we welcome students from all over the world to our courses.

Have you ever asked any of these questions?

  • How do I structure my essay?
  • How can I get through all the reading?
  • What is a literature review?
  • What is critical thinking and critical reading?
  • How do I reference?
  • What is plagiarism?
  • How do I give an academic presentation?
  • What do I need to put in my dissertation?

If you have, English for Academic Purposes is here to help you. These 23-week courses are free of charge and seminars are grouped based on subject area. They are designed to help you function effectively in the British academic environment and cover the following topics:

  • Essay writing
  • Improving your grammar and academic style
  • Academic research skills
  • Presentation and seminar skills
  • Effective reading skills
  • Specialist academic English for postgraduates

The course are taught through weekly seminars (two hours per week), individual and group tutorials, and specialised workshops.

For more information about registration and what EAP is, see the related articles box below, or email eap@port.ac.uk.


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