Language Learning at the CML

All CML language courses are classified as GER-Unrestricted Electives (UE) or Broadening Electives (BDE) and carry 3 AUs each. CML classes focus on teaching the four language skills; reading, writing, listening, and speaking. All our language modules are conducted in tutorials with continuous assessment. Students will be assessed during the 12 teaching weeks through spontaneous and pre-rehearsed orals, written assessments, as well as online and classroom activities. Our classes start in Week 2 of every semester. All Levels 1 and 2 offer three classroom hours per week and 12 hours per semester online, while all Levels 3 and above offer four classroom hours per week.

Graduate Students able to Register

Dec 8, 2020, 22:47 PM
Title : Graduate Students able to Register
Standfirst / Sub Head : NTU Graduate students can now register for CML language classes
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Published date : Dec 1, 2020, 00:00 AM
Graduate students are able to continue or begin their language learning story by registering officially for CML modules. The modules taken by graduate students will be graded, but are reflected as Pass/Fail in the transcripts.
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