The course aims at providing students with grammar and vocabulary knowledge at B2 level, as well as developing written and oral language skills.
Course contents summary
The aim of the course is to help students pass the English language test based on reading, listening and Use of English at B2 level of the CEFR. The course is aimed at students who
have acquired English language skills at B1.
GRAMMAR REFERENCE BOOK
ENGLISH GRAMMAR IN USE with answers (Raymond Murphy) Cambridge University press
ISBN 0 521 532892
The English language test is computer based and it consists of multiple choice questions on reading, listening and Use of
English. The pass mark of 60% is calculated solely on the number of correct answers, with no marks subtracted for missing or incorrect
answers. The use of dictionaries, grammar reference books etc. is not
Certificates can be recognized to replace the language test for any number of credits within a degree course. Certificates issued by boards or institutions not expressly named in the ruling are not valid to replace the university language test.