|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||L-LIN/12|
The B2 language proficiency serves to consolidate the student's knowledge of the English language and to be more competitive in entering the job market.
The course aims to consolidate students' linguistic competence in the English language with the aim of facilitating their entry into the workforce, in the ways in which the degree can give access to or, if necessary, to facilitate the transition to higher education levels.
The course aims to consolidate the basis of B2 competence and move the student closer to the advanced communicative skills needed to study the topics in the post-graduate syllabus.
Knowledge of the English language at level B1.
Face-to-face lessons with focus on active student participation in pair or group work.
Attendance, although not compulsory, is recommended. The lecturer, at the specific request of a student (by e-mail), may allow him/her to follow classes remotely via “Teams” platform.
All material will be available on the dedicated Aulaweb course
Office hours: Appointments can be fixed for meetings in the Department or on Teams.
JUSTIN RAINEY (President)
1st semester of 2022
The timetable of all courses is available on EasyAcademy.
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
The final exam will be based on reading and listening comprehension exercises and writing tasks along the lines of those used by BEC and IELTS. Examples will be available on the Aulaweb.
You can obtain eligibility, mandatory for the first year within your study plan, by passing a test, in preparation for which you can choose to attend the course L-LIN/12 English Language B2 proposed by the course itself. You will obtain an eligibility judgment.
The eligibility will be recognized automatically if you have:
If you meet one of the three requirements above, you can send the required evidence to the course's instructor and request instant eligibility verification. Since certificates can only be used once during a student's career, recognition is only possible if the certificate given for the exemption hasn't been used for other things (like to earn "other" credits).