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Our English for University Studies (EUS) course has been designed for International students who would like the opportunity to improve their general English language skills in a university environment. The course largely focuses on general English language, with an introduction into academic skills and IELTS Preparation.
Our English Language Skills (General English) Course enables you to improve all aspects of your English language, whether you are looking to improve your English for the workplace, for further study, or to give you greater confidence in social situations.
This workshop will provide you with an overview of the aims of immunisation, maintenance of the cold chain, types of vaccines, promoting uptake, new developments, consent/legal issues and anaphylaxis management.
Equip yourself with the skills and confidence to fully use Adobe’s InDesign publishing software, regularly in demand by employers.
As an NMC registrant, this work-based module will give you a formal opportunity to self-record and develop your practice to achieve Stage 3 Practice Teacher status. You'll work towards a recordable local qualification that satisfies NMC requirements for due regard in the supervision of student health visitors, school nurses and occupational health nurses.
Our Pre-sessional English course is an intensive programme designed to prepare you for your academic study at Anglia Ruskin. By the end of the course you should feel confident in communicating in English and be fully prepared to progress onto your degree programme.
Our CRIC Pre-sessional English course is an intensive programme designed to prepare you for academic study at Anglia Ruskin. By the end of the course you should feel confident in communicating in English and fully prepared to progress onto your CRIC programme.
Our postgraduate module will give you a critical overview of the main methodologies and designs applied to research in health. You'll explore the theoretical dilemmas which underlie the process of inquiry and develop your knowledge in order to support effective, evidence-based practice.