English Language skills development: The Insessional Programme
English Language Skills Development is run by the Insessional Programme team. It comprises a range of classes, workshops and tutorials that support the language development of students at the University of Exeter. This provision helps students to improve and develop their academic English and literacy skills for academic study, and to build communicative and intercultural competence for life in the UK.
The programme is for students currently undertaking University of Exeter degree programmes or those on exchange programmes. It is available for students studying at or from the Exeter campuses (Streatham and St Luke's). Students studying at the Penryn campus should contact ASK. Students on INTO programmes wishing for language support should contact their INTO programme manager.
The programme is taught via a mix of 'live' (synchronous) and asynchronous classes. For more details about specific courses please see the timetables. All courses have a dedicated ELE page providing additional materials, with links to the Guided Independent Learning (GIL) Sharepoint.
For up to date information please see the pages below:
Support classes and workshops aim to help students on undergraduate, masters or research programmes with the language requirements of their academic studies.
These modules are designed for undergraduate students and will enable you to improve your academic English communication skills and gain credits at the same time.
English language classes for spouses and partners of international students and staff. The classes are designed to help with the communication needs required to adapt to social and cultural life in the UK, including areas such as health and education, in a motivating, friendly and supportive atmosphere.
See: Improving your social and cultural English for more details.
The academic copy editing service is hosted by INTO University of Exeter and is not included in the University’s free provision. This service is principally intended for students on PhD programmes. Any arrangement made between a student and a copy editor is a private matter.