EAP Workshops: Spring, 2021

2021-3-1

The English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Team will host a series of three Workshops this Spring Semester. Held on Thursdays in Teaching Building 1, Room 108, from 12:30pm – 1:30pm, these workshops are open to all SUSTech students and staff, and will touch upon topics related to academic reading and writing, but which can be applied across the spectrum of academic language found in different disciplines and for different levels.

All students and staff are encouraged to attend, as these workshops will not only focus on English acquisition, but the academic application of important aspects, including topic selection, working titles, and the management of nominalization.

We look forward to seeing you at these workshops as we continue to support academic growth across the SUSTech campus!

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