Does the thought of writing that journal article terrify you? Are you stuck writing that conference paper? Have you put off writing your thesis or dissertation because the thought of writing an academic manuscript of that size intimidates you? Are you afraid of getting reviewer comments that tell you your language needs work? Do you feel you would benefit from a course that will give you the skills you need to write more confidently?
Our Academic Writing Courses are the answer to your Academic Writing needs. When you choose to work with us, you choose to work with a dedicated and experienced Academic English Specialist who is able to give you the skills you need to write your academic texts more confidently.
Our courses can be designed to meet your unique needs. This means a university can offer a general class for its students, and a humanities department at the university can request a course designed for the unique challenges of writing for humanities journals. Doctors can ask for a course that will strengthen their ability to write for medical journals, and engineers can request a course that will help them better their skills
Our Academic Writing Courses can be taken in-person, online, or hybrid form. During the in-person courses, the instructor will physically teach at your institution. Our online courses can be done completely online via Zoom and our online platform. Our hybrid courses are a combination of in-person and online sessions.
We will design the course as YOU need. We want YOUR needs to be met.
Our Academic Writing courses give you everything you need to write well academically. It will also give you tips and ideas that will make the Academic Writing process easier for you.
Some of the topics that have been used in our courses are listed below:
- Publication Process
- What editors look for (based on instructor’s correspondence with editors)
- Peer Review Process
- Writing a letter to the editor (participants given tips from editors that instructor has contacted)
- Questions to ask yourself before you submit
- Punctuation for Academic Writing
- Effective Academic Writing
- Using Academic Language
- Differences between the passive and active voice
- Combining sentences and ideas smoothly
- Academic Words and Phrases
- Planning time to write
- Parts of a Journal Article (With tips on how to make each part effective)
- How to evaluate journal requirements
- Differences between British, American and Global English: How to know which to use
- More topics depending on needs
Move forward to better academic writing. Contact us today. We’re happy to help you find the solution that is right for you and/or your institution.
Yovko Ivanov Antonov, PhD, Bulgaria
“Academic Writing” is a highly recommendable course
There is a focus on the didactic variation between teaching and in-class tasks which works really well. Assignments during the course are based on the individual students’ scientific papers and makes the course so much more relevant to the participants.
Tue Lindberg Blæhr-Head Physician, PhD, Denmark
My skills and confidence was strongly increased
Clara Graugaard Andersen, MS, Researcher
Professional and Warm-Hearted
The course focused on how to write academic English for journal articles. The course had a high academic level with good ‘hands on’ exercises as well as ‘take home’ and ‘ready to use’ advice. As a teacher, Tamara was both professional and warm hearted. I enjoyed the lessons very much.
In the middle of the course, we were suddenly challenged as COVID-19 reached Nuuk and were sent home to a lockdown. We had to continue the rest of the course online. Tamara made that transition very smooth and professional. Despite the unfortunate circumstances we finished the course in a satisfying way.
I give Tamara my very best recommendation.
Kirsten Føns- Assistant Professor, Ph.D.-student, Greenland
I enjoyed the one-to-one sessions
Fang Fang - Assistant Professor, PhD, China
Tamara is a Proactive Teacher
Tamara is a pro-active teacher who is very present and tends to respond rather quickly with well thought out responses. Finally, the course material is extremely helpful, and I have been using it in my work whenever writing activities are performed. To conclude, I would highly recommend this course for people looking to improve their academic English.
Felipe Rettore Andreis, PhD Fellow, France