C2 Cambridge Proficiency exam preparation - ONLINE

Start
Monday October 5
Price
DKK 3,350
Lessons
18
Start 05.10.2020
Period 05.10.2020 to 16.11.2020
Lessons 18
Class no. C1070-20
 
Location online
Room Zoom
Time Mon 17:00 - 19:30
Price DKK 3,350
Time Mon 17:00 - 19:30

Do you need to prepare for the Cambridge C2 Proficiency Exam (CPE)?
Or would you like to hone your advanced English skills in a structured way? Then this fully online 6-week course is for you.

A C2 Proficiency qualification demonstrates that you have mastered English to an exceptional level. It proves you can communicate with the fluency and sophistication of a highly competent English speaker and study or work in very senior professional or academic environments. A C2 Proficiency qualification is a onetime investment for life.
During the course we will go through all skills and exam parts:


  • Reading and use of English

  • Writing

  • Listening

  • Speaking


At the same time, you will study grammar, so your English will be improved all-round.

Continual assessment and feedback from your teacher
During the course, you will get the opportunity to practise your writing. You will be expected to complete written and other assignments at home and to read from a variety of different sources. You will also complete previous exam papers to assess your readiness for the CPE exam. You will receive continual feedback from your teacher and advice about how to use English in specialised contexts.

You should expect 2-4 hours of preparation each week, which includes the written assignments.

Note! This course requires a confirmed start level of C2. To find your current level please take our free online test: cambridgeinstitute.dk/da/praktisk-info/sprogtest.


Studieskolen is the only test centre in Denmark that is allowed to arrange the Cambridge English exams and as Cambridge Institute is a part of Studieskolen, when you participate in the course, you will receive a 10% discount on the price of the exam, which is normally 2,295 kr.

You take part in the class via the video conferencing programme, Zoom. Your teacher will send you a link with a secure code to the class meeting room. You and your fellow students will meet online once a week. In addition, you will receive access to Cambridge Institute's online course platform, Moodle.


Teaching material
The course is not based on a course book. Instead your teacher will provide all the teaching material, which is taken from a variety of exam related and relevant sources and is included in the price. Throughout the course, you will have the opportunity to practice authentic exam questions and familiarise yourself with the CPE layout.

The Moodle learning platform
Moodle is the online course platform of Cambridge Institute, which we use for all our courses. You will be given personal access to your course Moodle page, where you can:

  • Find your course plan and teaching material

  • Find homework

  • Watch videos and click on links to useful English resources on the Internet uploaded by your teacher

  • Find practical information about each lesson

  • Communicate with your teacher and fellow students

  • Follow the teaching and catch up if you are ill or absent during the course.

Lakambini Sitoy

Lakambini, or Bing, has published a novel and two collections of short stories and has won fellowships and awards for her literary work. She holds an MA from Roskilde University in English Studies/ Cultural and Language Encounters, and has worked as a lifestyle and opinion editor, a newspaper columnist and editorial writer, and a teacher of communication, creative writing and non-fiction.  

Bing loves the energy and connection of teaching, as well as the diversity of Studieskolen’s student population. She values precision in the use of language and enjoys helping students sharpen their writing and speaking skills.

Bing recommends:
Food and drink: Pasta in a sauce of garlic and crab fat, Danish Christmas tea all year round
Learning tips: Read as much as you can -- take out a good old-fashioned, professionally-edited book from bibliotek.dk. Record yourself in monologues or conversations. Look up the meaning of unfamiliar words and expressions.
Places to visit: The Big Island in Hawaii; Santorini on the back of a donkey; anywhere in Iceland
Literature: Julian Barnes, Hilary Mantel, Chandler Burr, Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games), to name a few.
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C2 Cambridge Proficiency exam preparation - ONLINE

5 October - 16 November

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