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English as a second language, beginner and intermediate. Advancing into one of many fields of medical study.
Introduction to English as a second language, beginner and intermediate
24 weeks, divided into two trimesters at our Caribbean medical school campus.
Course prerequisite requirement:
Assessment examination given by Xavier with a passing score
Course description and goals:
The goal of this course is to teach students to communicate effectively in English by building grammar and vocabulary, as well as listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Classes will be held at the Caribbean medical school in Aruba.
Apart from regular class room based inter-active teaching and learning schedule, students will be provided online support via e learning (Kaplan program/other resources)....