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English for Specific Purposes 

Online English lessons that focus on a topic of your choice


English for Art and Design

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English for Computer Science

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English for Sport

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English for Aviation


English for Engineering

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English for Travel and Tourism 

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English for Business

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English for Environmental Science

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Employability development

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Arts & Crafts

English for Art and Design 

Art and design are areas that are rapidly becoming more international and offer many more collaborative opportunities around the world. Our English for Art and Design programme been designed for creative learners that want to develop their language skills to succeed in higher education or employment linked to the art and design industry.


This course will help you to gain a greater understanding of key concepts and language connected to art and design to help you communicate in the industry or support your studies in art and design.

Learning outcomes
  • Recall useful education terms related to the topic of art and design;

  • Match graphics to key objects that you might encounter in the world of art and design;

  • Critically evaluate your own work and the work of others;

  • Use functional language to discuss your work and demonstrate originality;

  • Ask and answer questions relating to the topic of art and design;

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the cultural context in which works of art and design were created.

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English for Aviation

Effective communication is essential in the aviation industry. Developing your English language skills around topics related to aviation can help you to communicate clearly in the workplace, create a safe working environment, and improve your future job prospects.


On this English for Aviation course, you will develop your vocabulary and core skills around topics related to aviation.


You will study general topics such as:

  • Understanding airport markings and signs;

  • Asking for and giving information;

  • Communicating problems and providing solutions;

  • Recalling useful abbreviations;

  • Expressing information clearly;

  • Identifying common communication errors.

Additional topics

If you are interested in a career in aircraft engineering, you can opt to take additional units to develop your knowledge and understanding of:


  • Aircraft engineering principles;

  • Engineering environmental awareness;

  • Engineering mathematics;

  • Engineering science;

  • Engineering projects.

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English for Business

This English for Business course is for students and business people who want to improve their communication skills using the language of business. You will gain confidence using functional language to succeed in a wide range of business scenarios. You will also broaden your business vocabulary, improve your fluency in real-life business situations, and improve your future career prospects.

Learning outcomes
  • Learn and use words and phrases that will help you communicate in the world of business;

  • Read and understand a wide range of business texts;

  • Listen to and comprehend authentic recordings from business contexts;

  • Review grammar points that will improve your spoken and written accuracy;

  • Analyse case studies based on realistic business situations;

  • Develop your intercultural communication skills when doing business with people from distinct cultures.


English for Computer Science

Computing skills are valuable skills that help you to succeed in your career or studies. On this English for Computer Science you will improve your general English, enhance your digital literacy skills, deepen your understanding of the subject, and enhance your future prospects.

Learning outcomes
  • Recall the definitions of key computer terms;

  • Add prefixes/suffixes to form frequently used words used in computing;

  • Use computing collocations;

  • Describe several types of computer systems;

  • Explain a range of operating systems;

  • Understand jargon related to computers;

  • Use functional language related to computing;

  • Explain and give solutions to prevent different cyber-crimes;

  • Describe technical processes;

  • Use functional language to describe problems, give advice, and troubleshoot.

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Computer science
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English for Engineering

The aim of this English for Engineering course is to develop your communication skills around the topic of engineering. This course is suitable for engineering students or people working in the industry that want to improve their English language proficiency related to the subject of Engineering. You will gain the language skills you need to feel confident communicating around topics related to mechanical, electrical, and civil engineering.

Learning outcomes
  • Describe a range of technical functions and applications;

  • Explain how several types of engineering technologies work;

  • Describe the advantages of using technology;

  • Describe and categorise engineering materials;

  • Explain and assess engineering manufacturing techniques;

  • Describe common technical problems;

  • Give solutions to potential problems;

  • Describe a range of procedures and precautions implemented in the engineering industry;

  • Describe and explain engineering theory and practice.

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English for Environmental Science

Awareness of the field of environmental science is becoming increasingly important in our modern world. Environmental science involves a range of scientific disciplines such as physics, chemistry, and life science.


This English for Environmental Science course has been created to develop your communicative skills around key environmental science topics and help you succeed in your work or studies.


Topics covered on this course include:

  • Ecology;

  • Ecosystems;

  • Energy consumption;

  • Land use;

  • Natural resources;

  • Pollution problems and solutions;

  • Wildlife.

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Environmental science

English for Sport

Are you an international student that is thinking about starting a career in sport? Or perhaps you want to travel to an English-speaking country to develop your sporting abilities? Whatever your motivation, English is an incredibly useful skill to have as it will allow you to communicate with your international teammates, coaches or even fans and reporters if you achieve sporting success.


On your course, you will be able to develop your general English skills, practice using functional language, and enhance your vocabulary and grammar. Each part of the course will relate to your chosen sporting topic. You will leave the course feeling more confident in your language abilities


We offer a range of English for Sport courses to choose from that will help you to develop your general English and English for sporting purposes. We offer a range of English for Sport courses including:


  • English for Football

  • English for Cricket

  • English for Netball

  • English for Rugby

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The travel and tourism sector offers exciting opportunities to those who want to get a job in the industry, or for those who want to want to explore the world.



English is a global language and key for communicating with international travellers. Improving your English level around the topic of travel and tourism can:



  • Create opportunities to work and travel around the world;

  • Help you to work in and promote the travel and tourism sector in your home country;

  • Boost your confidence and help you to overcome challenges while working or travelling abroad.


This English for Travel and Tourism course will help you to enhance your face-to-face and written communication skills. You will learn and use vocabulary related to different sectors in the industry that will help you in the real world. You will also practice using functional language to carry out tasks such as:



  • Booking accommodation and giving feedback;

  • Planning itineraries, excursions, and guided tours;

  • Writing emails to request and give information;

  • Giving and asking for advice about international tourism in a range of countries;

  • Producing a travel guide for an international destination.

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English for Travel and Tourism

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Employability Development

You can also choose to take an additional Career Confident unit alongside your course that will help to enhance your employability prospects. This unit will help you to:


  • Gain transferrable skills to succeed in a workplace;

  • Develop your interpersonal skills;

  • Improve your writing skills;

  • Produce a CV and cover letter;

  • Collaborate during team tasks;

  • Develop your digital literacy skills to succeed in a 21st century workplace environment.


Course Benefits

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