English for Academic Purposes

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The CSLC is proud to offer a unique and multifaceted academic English support program for international students. The English for Academic Purposes (EAP) Program provides a variety of language support and enhancement resources to help international students succeed. The goal of the program is to empower international students to maximize their success through coursework, tutoring and self-study resources. Although the program is intended primarily for graduate students, undergraduate students are welcome to attend workshops and take advantage of tutoring services.

Courses

The CSLC offers official coursework in English for Academic Purposes for international graduate students.

Workshops

Weekly workshops on a range of topics, including: advanced English grammar, reading and listening strategies, pronunciation techniques, etc. Each session provides participants with opportunities for individual or small group feedback as well as follow-up sessions.

EAP Blog
Have you missed a recent EAP workshop? You can find all of the resources presented at each session on the EAP Blog: http://eapcslc.nd.edu/
Moderated by EAP Fellows and Instructors, the blog provides information on  Notre Dame's EAP program, reviews and discussion of weekly workshops with downloadable guides and tips for language use and campus resources. The Blog is also a virtual space for discussion. Anyone can post a question and receive feedback from expertinstructors as well as fellow international students.
Tutoring & Consultation Services

Provides individual tutoring and consultation services to international students who are struggling with particular areas or applications of academic English: pronunciation, grammar, writing, presenting, teaching, etc. Students are welcome to make multiple appointments or to continue to advance in your proficiency through targeted software, error correction techniques and sustained practice. Reservations

EAP Fellowship

Provides tuition waivers and academic stipends to doctoral students pursuing coursework in English and foreign-language disciplines. EAP Fellows are chosen via a competitive application process and provided with formal coursework, practicum experience and mentorships prior to their service in the EAP Program. All EAP Fellows have significant experience teaching coursework at the post-secondary level and formal language teaching experience. Application

If you have questions about the EAP Program or any of its services, please contact the Director, Brian Ó Conchubhair, at boconch1@nd.edu or (574) 631-5881.