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English for Research Writing (Non-native Speakers)
Domain: D2 Communication and dissemination

TACE: T - Transition

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, all face to face training at the Doctoral Academy has been postponed for the foreseeable future.

This session will be run as a Webinar - to book a place click here

Listed below is a selection of external learning resources related to this subject that you may find useful.

A Beginner's Guide to Writing in English for University Study
Academic English: Writing
An Intermediate Guide to Writing in English for University Study
English For Research Publication Purposes
Learn English: Advanced Academic Speaking and Listening

For more information on identifying and accessing online learning resources click here
For more information on replacement learning events such as webinars and retreats click here

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Format: Workshop
Suitable for: Early

This course, for non-native speakers of English, is open to students in all subject areas and aims to help you achieve a good academic style when writing up research. It is designed to help PhD students consider the end product of their research, the thesis, but may be useful for students at any stage in the research process. The workshops will give practice in writing accurately and clearly, and will demonstrate how to refer to source material, use appropriate evaluative language and find your own voice in English. Workshop content may vary depending on the needs of specific groups, but typically focuses on:

* structuring research writing
* improving clarity and flow of ideas
* writing literature reviews
* writing about methods
* commenting on data and findings
* writing introductions and conclusions

Note: This course runs for five weeks, with two hours tuition per week. You must attend all five sessions booked.

Tuesday Series - Every Tuesday between 4 February to 3 March 2020
Thursday Series - Every Thursday between 30 January to 27 February 2020
Tuesday Series - Every Tuesday between 12 May to 9 June 2020
Thursday Series - Every Thursday between 14 May to 11 June 2020

Additional Coaching opportunities are available via weekly drop-in session

More information on this subject may be available on the range of online learning resources such as Linkedin Learning

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