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English for Tertiary Study

Content Overview
The English for Tertiary Study (ETS) course is aimed to focus on the development of English skills for vocational and higher education studies for students from non-English speaking countries. Students will engage in activities that will help them execute spoken and written English required for their future academic studies. Students will study academic reading, writing, speaking, listening, and skills such as note-taking, summary writing, essay writing, and presentation skills. There are in-class and out-of-class (library visits for research) activities explicitly designed to achieve academic language skills. There are eleven formative assessments and one summative assessment for each level.

CRICOS Provider Code:  048125B (Non-Award program)
Study hours per week: 20 hours








Face-to-face in class mode

a. The formative assessments are conducted in weeks 1 to 11.
b. The summative assessment isconducted in week 12.
c. Students will need to participate in one set of summative assessments and nine formative assessments per level.
d. All results will be recorded on the Academic Progress Record Sheet.
e. Students may ask and are permitted to see the results and details written on the Academic Progress Record Sheet.
f. Teachers will provide feedback after the assessment is conducted and prior to the next assessment.
g. The duration of the assessment varies depending on the level of the course.
h. The methods below will be used for assessments:

Students will be able to produce outcomes of CEFR B1 to CEFR B2 within the level of the IELTS band of 5.0 to 6.5 as per below.


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