Language skills are core to your success at university. You will employ and develop written communication skills (e.g. to write essays or reports) and oral communication skills (e.g. to participate in tutorials, give presentations, or communicate with lecturers and other students).
Communication skills are important not only to your success at uni, but also to your professional career development. Communication skills are highly praised by potential employers; in fact, being a good communicator is the number one skill employers look for in graduates. This module contains resources and activities that will enable you to improve and develop your language skills at uni.
What you will learn
In this module, you will learn:
How to improve your understanding and use of English grammar
How to identify and correct common grammatical errors in your writing
How to build your vocabulary
How to develop your speaking and listening skills for university
What communication skills you need at uni and how to develop them
Where to get help
Peer Learning Advisers (PLAs) and Student Learning lecturers can help you with assignment and study related questions. No need to make an appointment, just drop-in during advertised times. To check drop-in times and locations, visit: