ILEC to be offered in 3 formats: 10 weeks, Saturdays, and intensive

The Language Centre at Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL) has announced the Autumn 2012 dates for its International Legal English Certificate (ILEC) preparation courses.

The ILEC program is offered in three formats: intensive over one week; once a week for ten weeks; or on Saturdays over ten weeks.

Below are the start dates for autumn:
October 1 - ILEC (over 10 weeks)
October 6 - ILEC (Saturdays)
November 5 - ILEC Intensive
December 10 - ILEC Intensive

According to the school, the program is designed for all law and joint degree law undergraduates and postgraduates at QMUL and other University of London colleges. The program will "lay the foundations for success in the first internationally recognised Cambridge ESOL International Legal English Certificate exam (set at levels B2 (FCE) to C1(CAE) of the Common European Framework through thorough and systematic preparation."

For more information, please visit the QMUL ILEC website.

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