Courses

School of Production and Management Engineering

 

English 01

English I is designed for students who require aid in achieving a B2 level of English in accordance with the guidelines set in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. This is a non-credited course without a final examination.

English 02

English IΙ is designed for students who require aid in achieving a B2 level of English in accordance with the guidelines set in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. This is a non-credited course without a final examination.

English 03

English 03 combines a programme of self-access learning at the Language Centre with a series of thematic work modules to be covered in class based on a student’s field of study. The modules focus on language, texts, and writing skills specifically targeted at what students learn within the context of their departments. Students are also expected to register and participate in the e-class for the course as well as utilize the recommended or required resources at the Language Centre. Assignments and quizzes throughout the semester and a final exam will determine the student’s mark. 3 ECTS

English 04

Students in English 04 will be required to study texts and language based on materials related to their field of study. Students are also expected to register and participate in the e-class for the course as well as utilize the recommended or required resources at the Language Centre. Semester assignments, quizzes, and the final exam will determine the student’s mark. 3 ECTS

School of Mineral Resources Engineering

English 01

Students are required to revise English grammar, writing and vocabulary skills. Course materials include class notes, online exercises and information, work task material in both the Language Centre and the e-class in which students must register. A minimum of twenty five hours per semester is recommended for students to complete the English syllabus of self-access materials. The final mark will be based on assignments & quizzes during the semester and a final examination. 2 ECTS

 

Note: Students who have a certified level of C2 in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages may submit an authorised photocopy of their certificate to the secretary of the Language Centre at the beginning of the semester in order to receive a final mark of eight without an examination in English 01.

 

English 02

English 02 offers an extension of the grammar and vocabulary skills initiated in English 01 with a further emphasis on academic reading and writing skills. In addition to the minimum 25-hour attendance recommended for the completion of level 02 materials at the Language Centre, students may also register in grammar and conversation tutorials. Students should also register in the e-class. The final mark will be based on assignments, quizzes, and an examination. 2 ECTS

 

Note: Students who have a certified level of C2 in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages may submit an authorised photocopy of their certificate to the secretary of the Language Centre at the beginning of the semester in order to receive a final mark of eight without an examination in English 02.

 

English 03

English 03 combines a programme of self-access learning at the Language Centre with a series of thematic work modules to be covered in class based on a student’s field of study. The modules focus on language, texts, and writing skills specifically targeted at what students learn within the context of their departments. Students are also expected to register and participate in the e-class for the course as well as utilize the recommended or required resources at the Language Centre. Assignments and quizzes throughout the semester and a final exam will determine the student’s mark. 2 ECTS

 

English 04

Students in English 04 will be required to study texts and language based on materials related to their field of study. Students are also expected to register and participate in the e-class for the course as well as utilize the recommended or required resources at the Language Centre. Semester assignments, quizzes, and the final exam will determine the student’s mark. 2 ECTS

School of Electronic and Computer Engineering

English 01

Students are required to revise English grammar, writing and vocabulary skills. Course materials include class notes, online exercises and information, work task material in both the Language Centre and the e-class in which students must register. A minimum of twenty five hours per semester is recommended for students to complete the English syllabus of self-access materials. The final mark will be based on assignments & quizzes during the semester and a final examination. 3 ECTS

Note: Students who have a certified level of C2 in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages may submit an authorised photocopy of their certificate to the secretary of the Language Centre at the beginning of the semester in order to receive a final mark of eight without an examination in English 01.

English 02

English 02 offers an extension of the grammar and vocabulary skills initiated in English 01 with a further emphasis on academic reading and writing skills. In addition to the minimum 25-hour attendance recommended for the completion of level 02 materials at the Language Centre, students may also register in grammar and conversation tutorials. Students should also register in the e-class. The final mark will be based on assignments, quizzes, and an examination. 3 ECTS

Note: Students who have a certified level of C2 in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages may submit an authorised photocopy of their certificate to the secretary of the Language Centre at the beginning of the semester in order to receive a final mark of eight without an examination in English 02.

English 03

English 03 combines a programme of self-access learning at the Language Centre with a series of thematic work modules to be covered in class based on a student’s field of study. The modules focus on language, texts, and writing skills specifically targeted at what students learn within the context of their departments. Students are also expected to register and participate in the e-class for the course as well as utilize the recommended or required resources at the Language Centre. Assignments and quizzes throughout the semester and a final exam will determine the student’s mark. 4 ECTS

English 04

Students in English 04 will be required to study texts and language based on materials related to their field of study. Students are also expected to register and participate in the e-class for the course as well as utilize the recommended or required resources at the Language Centre. Semester assignments, quizzes, and the final exam will determine the student’s mark. 4 ECTS

School of Environmental Engineering

English 01

English I is designed for students who require aid in achieving a B2 level of English in accordance with the guidelines set in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. This is a non-credited course without a final examination.

English 02

English IΙ is designed for students who require aid in achieving a B2 level of English in accordance with the guidelines set in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. This is a non-credited course without a final examination.

English 03

English 03 combines a programme of self-access learning at the Language Centre with a series of thematic work modules to be covered in class based on a student’s field of study. The modules focus on language, texts, and writing skills specifically targeted at what students learn within the context of their departments. Students are also expected to register and participate in the e-class for the course as well as utilize the recommended or required resources at the Language Centre. Assignments and quizzes throughout the semester and a final exam will determine the student’s mark. 3 ECTS

English 04

Students in English 04 will be required to study texts and language based on materials related to their field of study. Students are also expected to register and participate in the e-class for the course as well as utilize the recommended or required resources at the Language Centre. Semester assignments, quizzes, and the final exam will determine the student’s mark. 3 ECTS

School of Architectural Engineering

English

The objectives of the English course are to promote terminology in architecture, to build communication skills for academic or professional competency for both written and oral presentation. Weekly quizzes in the e-class, an oral presentation, and a final examination determine the final mark.