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PROGRAMS OF STUDYING ENGLISH LANGUAGE (English Courses).

The University offers 2 special programs for learning English. The programs are designed to improve the level of the student's English before enrolling in undergraduate and pre-master programs.

Programs:

English Language Preparation (ELP):

1. Age of participants: from 17 years

2. Duration: 1 or 2 semesters

3. Classes start in September, March or June

4. Level of language proficiency for participation:

  • for 2-semester programs: IELTS 4.0 (minimum 4.0 in each of the sections)
  • for the semester program: IELTS 4.5 (minimum 5.0 in each of the sections).

Students entering this course should be prepared for a high load and a large amount of information. The educational program is very intensive and includes classes in the main sections of linguistics:

  • Grammar
  • Listening
  • Written speech
  • Speaking
  • Pronunciation
  • Reading and critical reading skills
  • Academic English.

In case of successful passing and raising the level of the language, students enter the programs of preparation for undergraduate studies in the chosen direction.

English for pre-master's programs (English for Pre-Master's (EPM)):

1. Age of participants: from 20 years

2. Duration: 1 or 2 semesters

3. Classes start in September, March or June

4. Level of language proficiency for participation:

  • for 2-semester programs: IELTS 4.5 (at least 4.5 in each of the sections)
  • for the semester program: IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 for all sections).

Professional program to study and improve English with a special emphasis on fundamental academic skills. The educational program includes:

1. Basic modules (15 hours per week):

  • Reading
  • Letter
  • Speaking
  • Listening
  • Grammar
  • Skills for master's studies

2. Preparatory classes for the USEPT and IELTS examinations (3 hours per week)

3. Speaking: communication skills and correct pronunciation (1.5 hours per week)

4. Grammar and vocabulary expansion (1.5 hours per week)

5. Special lecture for listening (1 hour per week)

6. Independent work.

Many topics for study and discussion are devoted to topics related to British life - the system of education, the structure of universities, the rules of behavior, history and culture of the country. Students constantly communicate in English, honing and supplementing the skills gained in the classroom. Students adapt to the university and its requirements, as well as to the way of life in the country. After graduation, students enter the pre-master's program in the chosen direction.

The cost of the English language courses:

  • English Language Preparation (ELP) = 4,180 £ / semester
  • English for pre-master programs (English for Pre-Masters (EPM)) = 4,180 £ / semester.
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PROGRAM OF PREPARATION FOR THE BACHELORATE (International Foundation Year).

1. Age of participants: from 17 years

2. Duration of the programs: 2 or 3 semesters

3. Start of classes:

  • for 2-semester programs: March
  • for 3-semester programs: September, January

4. Level of English for participation in the programs:

  • for 2-semester programs: IELTS 5.0
  • for 3-term programs: IELTS 6.0

5. Level of education: Diploma of graduation.

The International Foundation Year is designed for international students wishing to enter the University of Sheffield in the Bachelor's Degree. Applicants who have reached the age of 17 and who have a high school diploma with good marks can take part in the programs. Programs can last 2 or 3 months, the duration of education depends on the level of English - the lower the level, the longer the program (for applicants whose language level does not reach the minimum required for participation in programs, it is possible to take special courses and improve their level). The global goal of the program is to prepare a foreign participant for admission to bachelor's specialties and adaptation to the education and life system in Britain.

Preparation is carried out on 2 large sections, each of which includes several directions:

1. Directions of the programs of the section "Business, Social and Human Sciences":

  • Business and Management (Business & Management (B & M))
  • Economy (Economics (E))
  • Social Sciences (Social Sciences (SS))
  • Society and Environment (S & E))
  • Law and Society (L & S))

2. Directions of the programs of the section "Science and Engineering":

  • Physics and Physical Engineering (P & PE)
  • Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (C & CE))
  • Biological Sciences and Health Sciences (Biological & Life Sciences (B & LS)).

All areas include compulsory and thematic modules, English classes, development of academic and career skills, personal growth classes. Highly qualified specialists work with students, who find an individual approach to each student. The learning process is based on a combination of different techniques, such as:

  • Lectures
  • Seminars
  • Master classes
  • Laboratory research
  • Field studies
  • Group work
  • Independent work.

To monitor the progress and identify "problem" topics, students perform various screening works:

  • "Invisible" and simple exams
  • Writing essays and extended essays
  • Classic multiple answer tests
  • Providing reports on the laboratory work done
  • Oral presentations and presentations with photo / video / audio near
  • Term papers and projects.

Upon successful completion of the program, graduates enter the first year of the undergraduate program at the University of Sheffield from the available specialties.

Educational programs and available undergraduate specialties:

Section "Business, Social and Human Sciences".

Educational program:

1. Basic modules (mandatory for all directions):

  • Critical reading skills
  • English Skills for University Studies (Levels 1, 2 and 3)
  • Achievement of success (interdisciplinary group task)
  • Personal Development Program (PDP)

2. Business and management modules:

  • Introduction to business
  • Statistics for Social Sciences
  • Introduction to the economy
  • Introduction to Financial Accounting

3. Modules for the direction "Economy":

  • Mathematics (Level 1 and 2)
  • Introduction to the economy
  • Statistics for the economy

4. Modules for the direction "Social Sciences":

  • Sociology
  • Statistics for Social Sciences
  • Political ideas, concepts and practices
  • Globalization

5. Modules for the direction "Society and the Environment":

  • Sociology
  • Urban space
  • Political science
  • The Theory of Globalization

6. Modules for the direction "Law and Society":

  • Sociological Science
  • Introduction to Globalization
  • Political Science
  • Right.

Available Baccalaureate programs:

  • Accounting and financial management (BA (Hons) Accounting & Financial Management)
  • Accounting, financial management and economics (BA (Hons) Accounting & Financial Management and Economics)
  • Applied Social Sciences (BA (Hons) Applied Social Sciences)
  • Applied Social Sciences (BSc (Hons) Applied Social Sciences)
  • Archeology (BA (Hons) Archaeology)
  • Architecture (BA Architecture)
  • Architecture and Landscape Design (BA Architecture and Landscape)
  • Business Management (BA (Hons) Business Management)
  • Business Management and Economics (BA (Hons) Business Management and Economics)
  • Business Management and Japanese Studies (BA (Hons) Business Management and Japanese Studies)
  • Chinese Studies (BA (Hons) Chinese Studies)
  • Chinese Studies and Business Management (BA (Hons) Chinese Studies and Business Management)
  • Chinese and Japanese studies (BA (Hons) Chinese Studies with Japanese)
  • Classical and Historical Archeology (BA (Hons) Classical and Historical Archaeology)
  • Digital Copper and Society (BA (Hons) Digital Media & Society)
  • East Asia Studies (BA (Hons) East Asian Studies)
  • Economy (BA (Hons) Economics)
  • Economics (BSc (Hons) Economics)
  • Economics and Finance (BSc (Hons) Economics with Finance)
  • Economics and Mathematics (BSc (Hons) Economics and Mathematics)
  • Economics and Psychology (BA (Hons) Economics and Philosophy)
  • Economics and Politics (BA (Hons) Economics and Politics)
  • Education, culture and childhood (BA (Hons) Education, Culture and Childhood)
  • Geography (BSc (Hons) Geography)
  • Geography and planning (BA (Hons) Geography and Planning)
  • History (BA (Hons) History)
  • International business management (with foreign courses) (BA (Hons) International Business Management with Study Abroad)
  • International Relations and Politics (BA (Hons) International Relations and Politics)
  • Japanese Studies (BA (Hons) Japanese Studies)
  • Journalistic Studies (BA (Hons) Journalism Studies)
  • Korean Studies (BA (Hons) Korean Studies)
  • Korean and Japanese studies (BA (Hons) Korean Studies with Japanese)
  • Landscape architecture (BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture)
  • Landscape architecture (BSc (Hons) Landscape Architecture)
  • Law (LLB (Hons) Law)
  • Law and Criminology (LLB (Hons) Law and Criminology)
  • Law and Chinese Law (LLB (Hons) Law with Chinese Law)
  • Law (European and International) (LLB (Hons) Law (European and International))
  • Music (BMus ​​Music)
  • Psychology (BA (Hons) Philosophy)
  • Psychology and religion (BA (Hons) Philosophy and Religion)
  • Politics (BA (Hons) Politics)
  • Politics and Psychology (BA (Hons) Politics and Philosophy)
  • Politics and Sociology (BA (Hons) Politics and Sociology)
  • Psychology (BSc (Hons) Psychology)
  • Quantitative Social Sciences (BA (Hons) Quantitative Social Sciences)
  • Religion, Theology and the Bible (BA (Hons) Religion, Theology and the Bible)
  • Speech and language sciences (BSc (Hons) Speech and Language Sciences)
  • Sociology (BA (Hons) Sociology)
  • Sociology and Criminology (BA (Hons) Sociology with Criminology)
  • Sociology and Social Policy (BA (Hons) Sociology with Social Policy)
  • Urban Studies (BA (Hons) Urban Studies).

Section "Science and Engineering".

Educational program:

1. Basic modules (mandatory for all directions):

  • Academic English Skills (Levels 1, 2 and 3)
  • Academic skills and laboratory skills
  • Personal Development

2. Modules of the direction "Physics and physical engineering:

  • Physics (levels 1 and 2)
  • Mathematics
  • Applied Mathematics

3. Modules for the direction "Chemistry and Chemical Engineering":

  • Chemistry (levels 1 and 2)
  • Mathematics
  • Applied Mathematics

4. Modules for the direction "Biological Sciences and Health Sciences":

  • Chemistry (level 1 and level 2)
  • Fundamentals of Mathematics
  • Biology (level 1 and level 2).

Available Baccalaureate programs:

  • Aerospace Engineering (BEng (Hons) Aerospace Engineering)
  • Aerospace engineering and aerobatic instruction (BEng (Hons) Aerospace Engineering with Private Pilot Instruction)
  • Archeology (BSc (Hons) Archaeology)
  • Artificial Intelligence and Informatics (BSc (Hons) Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science
  • Biochemistry (BSc (Hons) Biochemistry)
  • Biochemistry and Genetics (BSc (Hons) Biochemistry and Genetics)
  • Biochemistry and Microbiology (BSc (Hons) Biochemistry and Microbiology)
  • Biochemistry and molecular biology (BSc (Hons) Biochemistry and Molecular Cell Biology)
  • Bioengineering (BEng (Hons) Bioengineering)
  • Bioengineering (with a year of work in the industry) (BEng (Hons) Bioengineering with a year in industry)
  • Biology (BSc (Hons) Biology)
  • Biomedicine (BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science)
  • Chemical Engineering (BEng (Hons) Chemical Engineering)
  • Chemistry (BSc (Hons) Chemistry)
  • Civil Engineering (BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering)
  • Computer Science (BSc (Hons) Computer Science)
  • Computer science and mathematics (BSc (Hons) Computer Science with Mathematics)
  • Computer system engineering (BEng (Hons) Computer Systems Engineering)
  • Computer system engineering (with a year of work in the industry) (BEng Computer Systems Engineering with a Year in Industry)
  • Ecology and biology of species conservation (BSc (Hons) Ecology and Conservation Biology)
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering (BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering)
  • Electrical Engineering (BEng (Hons) Electrical Engineering)
  • Electronic and Communication Engineering (BEng (Hons) Electronic and Communications Engineering)
  • Electronic Engineering (BEng (Hons) Electronic Engineering)
  • Environmental Science (BSc (Hons) Environmental Science)
  • Financial Mathematics (BSc (Hons) Financial Mathematics)
  • Genetics (BSc (Hons) Genetics)
  • Genetics and Microbiology (BSc (Hons) Genetics and Microbiology)
  • Genetics and molecular biology (BSc (Hons) Genetics and Molecular Cell Biology)
  • Geography (BSc (Hons) Geography)
  • Health and Human Sciences (BMedSci (Hons) Health and Human Sciences)
  • Materials Science and Engineering (BEng (Hons) Materials Science and Engineering)
  • Material science and engineering (biomaterials) (BEng (Hons) Materials Science and Engineering (Biomaterials))
  • Mathematics (BSc (Hons) Mathematics)
  • Mathematics and statistics (BSc / MMath Mathematics and Statistics)
  • Mechanical Engineering (BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering)
  • Mechatronics and Robotics (BEng Mechatronics and Robotic Engineering)
  • Mechatronics and Robotics (with a year in the industry) (BEng Mechatronic and Robotic Engineering with a Year in Industry)
  • Medical Biochemistry (BSc (Hons) Medical Biochemistry)
  • Medical Genetics (BSc (Hons) Medical Genetics)
  • Medical Microbiology (BSc (Hons) Medical Microbiology)
  • Microbiology (BSc (Hons) Microbiology)
  • Molecular Biology (BSc (Hons) Molecular Biology)
  • Orthoptics (BMedSci (Hons) Orthoptics)
  • Physics (BSc (Hons) Physics)
  • Physics and Astrophysics (BSc (Hons) Physics and Astrophysics)
  • Physics and Computer Science (BSc (Hons) Physics with Computer Science)
  • Physics and Medical Physics (BSc (Hons) Physics with Medical Physics)
  • The science of plants (BSc (Hons) Plant Sciences)
  • Psychology (BSc (Hons) Psychology)
  • Software Engineering (BEng (Hons) Software Engineering)
  • Systems and control in engineering (BEng (Hons) Systems and Control Engineering)
  • Systems and control in engineering (with a year of work in the industry) (BEng Systems and Control Engineering with a Year in Industry)
  • Systems and control in engineering with management (BEng (Hons) Systems and Control Engineering with Management)
  • Theoretical Physics (BSc (Hons))
  • Zoology (BSc (Hons) Zoology).

The cost of the International Foundation Year:

1. Business, Social and Human Sciences:

  • 3-semester program = 16,230 £ / year of study
  • 2-semester program = 14,980 £ / year of study

2. Direction Science and Engineering:

  • 3-semester program = 17,110 £ / year of study
  • 2-semester program = 15,890 £ / year of study.
Annual
20+
from 17 500 £ / 2 semesters

PREPARATION FOR MASTER (Pre-Masters).

1. Age of participants: 19 years

2. Duration of the programs: 2 or 3 semesters

3. Beginning of classes: April

  • for 2-semester programs: March
  • for 3-semester programs: September, January

4. Knowledge of English:

  • for 3-semester programs: IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in all sections)
  • for 2-semester programs: IELTS 6.0 (minimum 5.5 for all partitions)

5. Level of education for participation in the programs: bachelor's degree.

Pre-master's educational programs are designed for foreign applicants who plan to enter the university's master's program. Programs last 2 or 3 semesters (the choice of duration depends on the level of the English language). For those applicants whose level is insufficient, special courses are conducted. The range of subjects studied includes mandatory modules (disciplines) and thematic modules. Mandatory modules reveal the fundamental foundations of the academic skills and abilities required in master's studies. This includes classes in the English academic language, modules for the development of academic skills, career and personal growth skills. Thematic modules are devoted to individual subjects according to the chosen specialization.

Pre-master programs are divided into 2 large sections, each of which has several directions:

1. Directions of the section Business, Social and Human Sciences:

  • Management (M)
  • Economy (Economics (E))
  • Information Studies (IS)
  • Society and Environment (S & E))
  • Right (Law (L))

2. Directions of the section Science and Engineering:

  • Science & Engineering (Science & Engineering (S & E))
  • Programming and statistics (Programming & Statistics (P & S))
  • Programming and Mathematics (Programming & Mathematics (P & M)).

The process of teaching on the programs of pre-master's degree fully corresponds to the general university style of education. Teachers pay great attention to each student, especially his professional preferences and qualities of the researcher. Lectures and seminars are held, students work independently, in groups and mini-groups. None of the difficult question for the student remains unexplained - thanks to a clearly established and professional feedback system, each student receives an answer to all of his questions. For regular monitoring of progress, students take exams and tests, coursework, extended essays and conduct case studies.

After the successful completion of the program, graduates enter the chosen specialty of the master's program at the University of Sheffield (for the first year).

Directions of study and available Master's programs:

Directions Business, Social and Human Sciences.

Studying programs:

1. Basic modules (mandatory for all directions):

  • Social Sciences for Master's Studies
  • Critical reading
  • Academic English Skills (Levels 2, 3 and 4)
  • Designing a research project
  • Personal Development Program

2. Modules for the direction "Management":

  • Business and Management
  • Economy

3. Modules of the direction "Economy":

  • Economy
  • Statistics for Social Sciences

4. Modules of the direction "Information Research":

  • Business Management
  • Statistics

5. Modules of the direction "Society and the environment":

  • Urbanization
  • Globalization

6. Modules of the direction "Right":

  • Right
  • Fundamentals of globalization.

Available MSc programs:

  • American Studies (MA American History)
  • Archeology (MA Archaeology)
  • Design in Architecture (MA Architectural Design)
  • Studies of the Bible (MA Biblical Studies Research)
  • Journalism (MA Broadcast Journalism)
  • Business Finance and Economics (MSc Business Finance and Economics)
  • Cognitive Studies (MA Cognitive Studies)
  • Contemporary China (MA Contemporary China)
  • Commercial Real Estate (MA Commercial Real Estate)
  • Corporate and Commercial Law (LLM Corporate and Commercial Law)
  • Management in the creative and cultural industries (MSc Creative and Cultural Industries Management)
  • Cities and Global Development (MA Cities and Global Development)
  • Management of cultural heritage (MA Cultural Heritage Management)
  • Cultural Materials (MA Cultural Materials)
  • Data Science (MSc Data Science)
  • Digital Design and Architecture (MSc Digital Design & Architecture)
  • Management of Digital Libraries (MSc Digital Library Management)
  • Digital Media and Society (MA Digital Media and Society)
  • Early childhood education (MA Early Childhood Education)
  • Early Modern History (MA Early Modern History)
  • East Asian Business (MSc East Asian Business)
  • Economics (MSc Economics)
  • Economics and Economics of Health (MSc Economics and Health Economics)
  • Economics and Public Policy (MSc Economics & Public Policy)
  • Education (MA Education)
  • Environmental Design and International Development (MSc Environmental Change and International Development)
  • Archeology and paleo-economics of the environment (MSc Environmental Archaeology and Palaeoeconomy)
  • European Law (LLM European Law)
  • Finance and Accounting (MSc Finance and Accounting)
  • Financial Economics (MSc Financial Economics)
  • Food Security and Justice (MA Food Security and Food Justice)
  • Global Journalism (MA Global Journalism)
  • Global Marketing Management (MSc Global Marketing Management)
  • The Global Political Economy (MA Global Political Economy)
  • Globalization: Policy and Practice (MA Globalising Education: Policy and Practice)
  • Human Resources Management (MSc Human Resource Management)
  • Information Management (MSc Information Management)
  • Information systems (MSc Information Systems)
  • Information Systems Management (MSc Information Systems Management)
  • Intercultural Communication (MA Intercultural Communication)
  • International Criminology (MA International Criminology)
  • International Development (MA International Development)
  • International Development (MPH International Development)
  • International Finance and Economics (MSc International Finance and Economics)
  • International Law and Global Justice (LLM International Law and Global Justice)
  • International Management (MSc International Management)
  • International Management and Marketing (MSc International Management and Marketing)
  • International Political Communication (MA International Political Communication)
  • International Relations (MA International Relations)
  • Landscape Architecture (research) (MA Landscape Archaeology (research track))
  • Landscape archeology (professional training) (MA Landscape Archaeology (Professional Preparation))
  • Language and Education (MA Language and Education)
  • Law (MA Law (two-year qualifying law degree))
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management (MSc)
  • Journalistic journalism (MA Magazine Journalism)
  • Management (MSc Management)
  • Management in International Business (MSc Management (International Business))
  • The practice of marketing management (MSc Marketing Management Practice)
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • The history of the Middle Ages (MA Medieval History)
  • Modern History (MA Modern History)
  • Money, Banking and Finance (MSc Money, Banking and Finance)
  • Management of multilingual information (MA Multilingual Information Management)
  • Management in music (MA Music Management)
  • Osteo archeology (MSc Osteoarchaeology)
  • Philosophy (MA Philosophy)
  • Political theory (MA Political Theory)
  • Policy, State and Public Policy (MA Politics, Governance and Public Policy)
  • Printed Journalism (MA Print Journalism)
  • Social Sciences (MA Public Humanities)
  • Psychology and Education (MA Psychology and Education)
  • Psychology of Music (MA Psychology of Music)
  • Planning and development of real estate (MA Real Estate Planning and Development)
  • Sustainable architectural studies (MSc Sustainable Architectural Studies)
  • City and Regional Planning (MA Town and Regional Planning)
  • Urban Design (MA Urban Design)
  • Urban Design and Planning (MA Urban Design and Planning).

Direction Science and Engineering:

  • Science & Engineering (Science & Engineering (S & E))
  • Programming and statistics (Programming & Statistics (P & S))
  • Programming and Mathematics (Programming & Mathematics (P & M)).

Studying programs:

1. Basic modules (mandatory for all directions):

  • Critical reading skills
  • English for Academic Purposes
  • Computational Mathematics
  • Literature review
  • Laboratory Skills and Experimental Skills
  • Mathematics
  • The program of personal and career development

2. Modules for the direction "Science and Engineering":

  • Statistics in the studies
  • Mathematics

3. Modules for the direction "Programming and Statistics":

  • Statistics in the studies
  • Programming

4. Modules for the direction "Programming and Mathematics":

  • Programming
  • Mathematics.

Available MSc programs:

  • Advanced Computer Science (MSc Advanced Computer Science)
  • Advanced engineering management systems (MSc Advanced Control Systems Engineering)
  • Advanced Mechanical Engineering (MSc Advanced Mechanical Engineering)
  • Advanced metallurgy (MMet Advanced Metallurgy)
  • Advanced software engineering (MSc (Eng) Advanced Software Engineering)
  • Aerodynamics and macrostructure (MSc (Res) Aerodynamics and Aerostructures)
  • Aerospace Materials (MSc Aerospace Materials)
  • Architectural Engineering Design (MSc Architectural Engineering Design)
  • Biological and Bioprocessor Engineering (MSc (Eng) Biological and Bioprocess Engineering)
  • Biomaterials and Regenerative Medicine (MSc Biomaterials and Regenerative Medicine)
  • Ceramics (MSc (Eng) Ceramic Science and Engineering)
  • Chemistry (MSc Chemistry)
  • Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience (MSc Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience)
  • Cognitive Neuroscience and Human Neuroimaging (MSc (Res) Cognitive Neuroscience and Human Neuroimaging)
  • Cultural Materials (MA Cultural Materials)
  • Informatics and Speech (MSc Computer Science with Speech and Language Processing)
  • Data Analysis (MSc Data Analytics)
  • Data transmission (MSc (Eng) Data Communications)
  • Electronic and Electrical Engineering (MSc (Eng) Electronic and Electrical Engineering)
  • Environmental and Energy Engineering (MSc (Eng) Environmental and Energy Engineering)
  • Archeology and paleoeconomics of the environment (MSc Environmental Archaeology & Palaeoeconomy)
  • Human osteology and burial archeology (MSc Human Osteology & Funerary Archaeology)
  • Material Science and Engineering (MSc Material Science & Engineering)
  • Nuclear Materials and Engineering (MSc (Eng) Nuclear Materials Science and Engineering)
  • Osteo-archeology (MSc Osteoarchaeology)
  • Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Management (MSc Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Management)
  • Earthquakes and the dynamics of civil development (MSc Earthquake & Civil Engineering Dynamics)
  • Nano Materials and Materials Science (MSc Nanomaterials and Materials Science)
  • Engineering and Science of Nuclear Materials (MSc (Eng) Nuclear Materials Engineering and Science)
  • Nuclear Science and Technology (MSc Nuclear Science and Technology)
  • Polymers in advanced technologies (MSc (Eng) Polymers for Advanced Technologies)
  • Polymers and polymer composite science and engineering (MSc (Eng) Polymers & Polymer Composite Science & Engineering)
  • Methods of psychological research (MSc Psychological Research Methods)
  • Methods of psychological research and advanced statistics (MSc Psychological Research Methods and Advanced Statistics)
  • Process safety and loss prevention (MSc (Eng) Process Safety and Loss Prevention)
  • Robotics (MSc Robotics)
  • Semiconductor photonics and electronics (MSc (Eng) Semiconductor Photonics and Electronics)
  • Software systems and Internet technologies (MSc Software Systems and Internet Technology)
  • Chemistry of the solid and its applications (MSc (Eng) Solid State Chemistry and its Applications)
  • Statistics (MSc Statistics)
  • Statistics with medical applications (MSc Statistics with Medical Applications)
  • Construction Engineering (MSc Structural Engineering)
  • Construction and concrete engineering (MSc Structural & Concrete Engineering)
  • Steel structures (MSc Steel Construction)
  • Wireless communication systems (MSc (Eng) Wireless Communication Systems).

The cost of the pre-Masters preparation programs:

1. Business, Social and Human Sciences:

  • 3-semester program = 17,250 £ / year of study
  • 2-semester program = 15,080 £ / year of study

2. Direction Science and Engineering:

  • 3-semester program = 17,760 £ / year of study
  • 2-semester program = 15,590 £ / year of study.
Annual
17+
from 4 800 £ / semester

PROGRAMS OF STUDYING ENGLISH LANGUAGE (English Courses).

The University offers 2 special programs for learning English. The programs are designed to improve the level of the student's English before enrolling in undergraduate and pre-master programs.

Programs:

English Language Preparation (ELP):

1. Age of participants: from 17 years

2. Duration: 1 or 2 semesters

3. Classes start in September, March or June

4. Level of language proficiency for participation:

  • for 2-semester programs: IELTS 4.0 (minimum 4.0 in each of the sections)
  • for the semester program: IELTS 4.5 (minimum 5.0 in each of the sections).

Students entering this course should be prepared for a high load and a large amount of information. The educational program is very intensive and includes classes in the main sections of linguistics:

  • Grammar
  • Listening
  • Written speech
  • Speaking
  • Pronunciation
  • Reading and critical reading skills
  • Academic English.

In case of successful passing and raising the level of the language, students enter the programs of preparation for undergraduate studies in the chosen direction.

English for pre-master's programs (English for Pre-Master's (EPM)):

1. Age of participants: from 20 years

2. Duration: 1 or 2 semesters

3. Classes start in September, March or June

4. Level of language proficiency for participation:

  • for 2-semester programs: IELTS 4.5 (at least 4.5 in each of the sections)
  • for the semester program: IELTS 5.0 (minimum 5.0 for all sections).

Professional program to study and improve English with a special emphasis on fundamental academic skills. The educational program includes:

1. Basic modules (15 hours per week):

  • Reading
  • Letter
  • Speaking
  • Listening
  • Grammar
  • Skills for master's studies

2. Preparatory classes for the USEPT and IELTS examinations (3 hours per week)

3. Speaking: communication skills and correct pronunciation (1.5 hours per week)

4. Grammar and vocabulary expansion (1.5 hours per week)

5. Special lecture for listening (1 hour per week)

6. Independent work.

Many topics for study and discussion are devoted to topics related to British life - the system of education, the structure of universities, the rules of behavior, history and culture of the country. Students constantly communicate in English, honing and supplementing the skills gained in the classroom. Students adapt to the university and its requirements, as well as to the way of life in the country. After graduation, students enter the pre-master's program in the chosen direction.

The cost of the English language courses:

  • English Language Preparation (ELP) = 4,180 £ / semester
  • English for pre-master programs (English for Pre-Masters (EPM)) = 4,180 £ / semester.
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