I completed the High-intermediate and Advanced classes of the English for Academic Purposes program. I believe that my communication and essay writing skills have improved as a result of these courses.
I chose the U of L because of its Marketing Management as a Second Degree program which allows me to pursue and advance a career in Marketing while maximizing my professional experience in the field of communications management... It has been really worthwhile.
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Students who pass the Advanced level of our academic English language program meet the uLethbridge ELP requirement and can transition into full time program.
I decided to study EAP because I wanted to join the Fine Arts program here. I learned a lot of fundamental skills, which advanced my essay writing and listening abilities. I have improved my English while having so much fun in my lessons and with my lovely classmates.
Man Fai Wong | EAP Completion Award Recipient, Summer 2022
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