English - Pre-Masters & Pre-PhD Pathway

UCC Language Centre


Course Name English - Pre-Masters & Pre-PhD Pathway
Course Provider UCC Language Centre
Alternative Provider(s) University College Cork
Course Code 111000 (Assigned by Qualifax. Not an official code)
Course Type Lifelong Learning
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Attendance Options Part time, Daytime
Location (Districts) Cork City
Enrolment and Start Dates Comment Please see "Course Web Page" below for details.
Application Date

Expand+How to apply
Applicants for the EAP pre-Masters & pre-PhD Pathway should first meet the academic requirements for their chosen postgraduate programme and have a conditional offer letter from UCC for this programme. Please see UCC’s offerings of t...

Eligibility IT Requirements:
A computer, tablet or smartphone with audio and video. A reliable internet connection. You will need to be able to access MS Teams, Zoom or Canvas for your classes, depending on the course applied for.

On-Campus, students may be expected to have their laptop or smartphone available to them in class.
Comment For visa-dependent students
This course will allow students whose first language is not English, the opportunity to develop English Language proficiency, whilst taking modules from those offered across the University in their chosen discipline.
Course Content

Expand+Pre-Masters & Pre-PhD Pathway ILEP number: 0341/0009
Version 1
Is taken on a full-time basis over one academic year and comprises 60 credits. It combines English language modules with academic modules from the University’s undergraduate degree ...

Subjects Taught Semester 1
September to December
LC3001 English for Academic Purposes 1
LC2004 English Academic Writing Skills 1
10 credits to be chosen from modules available to Undergraduate Degree Programme students

Semester 2
January to April
LC3002 English for Academic Purposes 2
LC2005 English Academic Writing Skills 2
LC1006 Advanced English Grammar
5 credits to be chosen from modules available to Undergraduate Degree Programme students
Careers or Further Progression

Students who achieve 700/900 marks in the English language modules in the Version 1 option, or 385/500 marks in the Version 2 option, may be exempt from the requirement to submit a satisfactory IELTS score for progression purposes. This ...

Further Enquiries If you have any further queries on this course please email academicenquiries@ucc.ie.
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