Our English for Medicine courses are designed for people who want to improve their English in the context of the medical profession. They are suitable for experienced professionals, people preparing for their first job in an English-speaking environment, students preparing for related courses and people who want to improve their career prospects. Typical learners on the course are able to use the main structures of the language with some confidence and have a wide range of vocabulary. They can adapt their language to a variety of situations, and they do not rely on fixed patterns of language or short, simple utterances. However, they may have trouble with some unfamiliar subject areas, and lack control over longer, more complex language.
Because the courses are delivered to order, and the syllabus designed to meet individual and collective needs, the timetable is flexible, and the classes can be delivered to meet your requirements.
We can offer our English for Medicine courses either at Burlington School or in your company’s offices to allow you more flexibility with time.
The courses are designed to teach students the language skills they need for a career in the medical profession. Topics covered in the course include:
Students who successfully complete our English for Medicine course…
These descriptors are summarised from the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). For more information please see: www.coe.int/t/dg4/linguistic/Source/Framework_EN.pdf
It is a good idea to take an internationally-recognised examination to prove your language skills to employers or academic institutions. The following English Language Examinations are suitable for people who have taken one of our English for Medicine courses:
Academic English Examinations
Business English Examinations
After finishing your English for Medicine course, try doing these: