At the University of Bedfordshire, we want you to get the most out of your time with us. That's why the University has created a core programme of timetabled communication skills classes, which all international students must attend.
We know how important it is, both during your time at University and in your career afterwards, to continually develop and enhance your intercultural communication skills.
Many employers and visa sponsors will look for evidence (in addition to your academic achievements) of excellent English language proficiency and career skills.
Communication Skills classes help me to improve my reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. They teach me how to write academic essays and how to communicate in daily life. Playing language games or doing competitions with my classmates makes language study interesting as we learn more actively. The teaching is good and thanks to all the teachers.
CS4 & BA (Hons) Business Administration student from ICB
Communication Skills is designed to help you boost your course grades and become an effective communicator. This core unit consists of three parts:
Find out why communication skills are important in today's world and learn all about the unique programme University of Bedfordshire designed to help students become first-class presenters, improve their referencing and boost their confidence when it comes to communicating in English:
Find out how Communication Skills Classes helps our Students with their studies:
As part of the communication skills programme, all international students can benefit from attending plenary lectures every Wednesday evening. You will be asked to take notes during the lectures by inspirational speakers, and then write an essay on the lecture theme. Valuable feedback will be provided from which you will be able to recognise your improvements during the course of the year.
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For further information please contact the Language Centre:
T: +44 (0)1582 489032