August 2-September 3, 2021
Credits: No Credits Offered
May 1, 2021
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Tel Aviv University International reserves the right to cancel any of the programs below due to low registration.
All Summer and Language programs will be operating under a hybrid model offering in-person/online classes. If physical presence is not possible, you will be able to participate in your courses remotely and complete your program within the scheduled timeframe.
Additional details and arrival instructions will be shared with confirmed participants.
This Summer language program provides you with the tools to take your academic English to the next level. Ideal if you’re looking to maximize your overall academic potential in one of the world’s global languages, just don’t forget to discover the Non-Stop City of Tel Aviv on your doorstep…
Our Advanced English program is for those of you looking to ramp-up your English academic language skills prior to starting your undergraduate or graduate studies at TAU.
Your English should already be at a high intermediate to advanced level to get the maximum out of this program, which includes two non-credit courses that focus on reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills in academic contexts (details below).
You will be challenged with a variety of advanced English-language topics, including building academic vocabulary, reading more efficiently, writing academic papers, listening to lectures and note-taking, participating in seminar discussions, and delivering oral presentations. You’ll also be taught crucial library and research skills.
Perhaps most importantly, you’ll enjoy small and intimate classes taught by qualified and experienced teachers specializing in teaching English for academic purposes.
The two non-credit courses available (you can choose to enroll in one or both courses) are:
Academic English - Reading and Writing (2 academic hours); Usually meets Sundays through Thursdays (exact times TBD; can be found here once updated).
Academic English - Listening and Speaking (2 academic hours); Usually meets Sundays through Thursdays (exact times TBD; can be found here once updated).
Note that typically you can also take the Intensive Summer Hebrew Ulpan in conjunction with these courses, as the Hebrew Ulpan courses meet during mornings and Advanced English courses usually occur in the afternoons (check here for more updated details).
Elevate your academic English to the next level at one of the world’s leading universities, taught by expert, experienced teachers.
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