Courses include instruction, practice test, and individualized analysis

Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL) has announced the spring 2012 dates for its International Legal English Certificate (ILEC) preparation courses. The schedule includes four opportunities to take the course in March and April, including three "intensive" sessions taught over four or five days.

The programs include instruction and test preparation taught by a legal linguist. At the end of the program, students take a version of the test, and will get an individual analysis of their strengths and weaknesses, rather than just a score.

The courses cost £450 each. Registration is accepted up to one day prior to the beginning of the course, if space is still available.

The course dates are as follows:

March 26-31 - Intensive
April 2-6 - Intensive
April 10-13 - Intensive
April 29 - May 2 - Taught on Saturdays over 6 weeks

For more information, please visit the QMUL ILEC program website.

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