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Seven Online English Courses Starting Now

Many people do not have enough money to study English to attend exactly the courses that they would like, or the schedule does not fit into the work schedule in any way. ForumDaily has prepared information on seven online English courses in various fields, which begin today.

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English for Career Development (University of Pennsylvania)

In this course, you will learn about the job search, application, and interview process in the United States. The course will help to expand vocabulary and improve language skills to achieve professional goals. The first part will introduce you to the US job application process and provide strategies for identifying a job that suits your interests and skills. The second block will help you create a professional resume. In the third block, you will learn how to write cover letters. The last part focuses on communication and interview skills.

The entire course will take 40 hours. Registration starts May 6th.

English for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (University of Pennsylvania)

Such a course will help to expand the vocabulary and improve the language skills necessary for the exchange of scientific information. You will be able to practice talking about global warming and climate change, learn the terminology they use, and learn about topics such as new energy systems and nanotechnologies that will help slow climate change.

The entire course will take 35 hours. Registration starts May 6th.

English for Journalism (University of Pennsylvania)

The special course is designed for non-native speakers of English who are interested in developing the skills necessary for a career in modern journalism. During the classes, you will explore print and digital media through authentic readings and video lectures, enrich your vocabulary, improve your ability to read, research and create local and global news. Module 1 will provide an introduction to the history and principles of journalism. In module 2, you will learn how to conduct research, presentations and interviews. The third block of the course will cover the language needed to write newspaper and magazine articles, while block 4 will cover the basics of news broadcasting. In the final section of the course, you will analyze the growth, impact, and challenges of digital news; complete a reflection activity that allows you to reflect on and discuss recent developments in the field of journalism.

The entire course will take 43 hours. Registration starts May 6th.

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Writing in English at University (Lund University)

Acquiring good academic writing skills early on is essential to your success both at university and in your professional life. This course aims to clarify the conventions of academic writing in English, help you build your own "toolbox" of academic writing skills, and give you the opportunity to try out these tools and reflect on your own development as a writer.

The entire course will take 24 hours. Registration starts May 6th.

English for Media Literacy (University of Pennsylvania)

This course is for international students interested in learning more about US media literacy. You will explore different types of media - newspapers, magazines, television and social media. Such a course will give you the opportunity to develop a broader understanding of the role of the media in our lives. The course is funded by the US Department of State - Bureau of Education and the Office of Cultural English. You can take it for free and get certified by the Pennsylvania State University.

The entire course will take 42 hours. Registration starts May 6th.

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English and Academic Preparation (Rice University)

The pre-university English language and academic preparation course is designed for students with a minimum level of English proficiency. It is designed to help students develop the academic skills they need to succeed at an American university while improving their English proficiency.

The entire course will take 23 hours. Registration starts May 6th.

Training and Practicing in English Public Speaking (Shanghai Jao Tong University)

The specialized course will develop your comprehensive listening, speaking, reading, writing and thinking skills. You will improve your listening skills, improve your pronunciation and improve the quality of the language, quickly and efficiently collect and analyze materials, improve your writing skills, start thinking more logically, and it will be easier for you to communicate.

The entire course will take 10 hours. Registration starts May 6th.

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