English for Academic Purposes (Pre-EAP, EAP1 and EAP2) (Intermediate to Advanced) (10 to 30 weeks) course prepares you to study in Australian universities and other institutions of higher education. To succeed and enjoy your study in these institutions, you need effective communication skills. Kingsway EAP will help you do this by focusing on skills such as:
The EAP teachers are dedicated to helping you succeed and getting the results that you want. From EAP, you can enter Kingsway Institute pathway institutions.
Entry requirements: EAP1A = Kingsway Upper Intermediate level of General English, IELTS 5.5 Academic or equivalent
Entry requirements: EAP1B = Kingsway Upper Intermediate level of General English, IELTS 5.5 Academic or equivalent, no skills less than 5.5
Entry requirements: EAP2 = the successfull completion of EAP1, IELTS 6.0 Academic or equivalent
Minimum 10 weeks; Maximum 30 weeks of EAP1 and/or EAP2 (Morning session only)
For EAP course starting dates contact Admission Office (02 92832388 or email@example.com)
EAP, Morning session 9.00am - 3.00pm, Monday to Thursday
EAP, Morning session - sample of timetable
9:00 - 11:00
|Academic listening Participating in discussions||Tutorial discussions Academic reading||
Listening + note-taking Academic writing (paraphrasing)
|Tutorial participation Lecture listening|
|11:00 - 11:15||BREAK TIME|
11:15 - 12:45
Computer research skills
|Academic vocabulary + Academic writing genres|
1:30 - 3:00
|Assignment Writing Skills||Individual Consultations +
What is English for Academic Purposes?
English for Academic Purposes (EAP) is a course which prepares you for the challenges and difficulties you will face in an English-based degree or diploma course. It doesn’t only cover the English skills you need but also explains the different aspects of culture and learning style that you will need to know about in an Australian college or university. We teach you about such things as how to do research, how to express your ideas in a group discussion, and how to use critical thinking.
Of course, there is also a focus on the skills you will need with the English language to cope at college. In writing, we teach you how to plan and write an essay, and how to include references from your research. In reading, we look at how to quickly find the relevant information you need, as well as how to analyse a text in-depth. With listening, you will learn about how to follow what your lecturer is saying and how to take notes. And for speaking, you will practise working in a group tutorial and how to give a presentation to an audience. As you study these skills, we will also provide you with the grammar and vocabulary you need to deal with each of them, such as using signalling language to connect the parts of your essay or seminar. We also look at more general study skills, including how to avoid plagiarism or how to identify your own mistakes.
Overall, our EAP course provides you with the knowledge and abilities you need to get started in your Australian study life.