The essential English language used in this course is listed below:
- Diseases and symptoms
- Taking histories
- Conducting medical examinations
- Medical publications and research
- Authentic medical films
- The World Health Organisation
- Reading and writing case histories
- Medication – side effects, dosages and contra-indications
- Evaluation of online medical websites and resources
| Course number: || S-5.30B
| Lessons per week (45 minutes): ||30 (20 + 10)
| Language levels for entry: ||Intermediate to Advanced
|Group size - Specialised English:||Average 5 (Maximum 8)
| Class size - General English:||Standard option: class size average 10 (Maximum 15)
See note A
|Pre-Training Assessment||Please complete the Pre-Training Assessment Form
| Multimedia learning centre: || Yes
| Sport and leisure activities: ||View details
|Course Duration (in weeks):||2-4
| Sample timetables: ||View timetable
If your level of English is not yet high enough for enrolment for these courses you can first follow an Intensive Course (G-1.30) for a period of preparation.
Students may elect to take their 20 lessons of intensive English tuition in the Executive Centre with an average of 2 students (max. 4) per mini group, click here for details.
If you would like an indication of your English language level, we can advise you on a suitable test to take before you enrol. This will be used as a guide, and final acceptance is subject to our entry test held at the school. If you are not yet at the minimum level required, you will be transferred to a suitable alternative course.