Language other than English A language other than English may be required or recommended at the college, school, major or program level.
B) English. UC-approved high school courses. Four years of college-preparatory English that include frequent writing, from brainstorming to final paper, as well as reading of classic and modern literature. No more than one year of ESL-type courses can be used to meet this requirement.
Communication skills are a part of the spoken and written language. These are the extra factors, which complete a communication process. Communication refers to the exchange of thoughts and ideas with the intention of conveying information. Communication is a two way street that includes vocalization as well as gesticulation.
Preparation in at least one language other than English is required, with additional language preparation strongly recommended and preferred. Overall, the Admissions Committee interprets comparativism broadly. It welcomes writing samples which examine literary works from two or more linguistic traditions.
English Literature (or combined Literature and Language) required. GCSEs English Language at grade B or 6, plus Mathematics at grade C or 5. For UK-based students, a grade C or 5 or equivalent in a foreign language (other than Ancient Greek, Biblical Hebrew or Latin) is required.
If you studied a language in high school or are already fluent in a language other than English, you may consider taking the Foreign Language Proficiency Exam. This is a proctored exam administered by the UC Davis Language Center and is used to demonstrate language proficiency or determine proper placement in a language series.
Courses in English as a Second Language. Courses conducted in a language other than English. Courses that will be completed after you apply. Courses of a nonacademic nature. Have taken and met the score requirements for one of the following standardized tests (for Spring 2021 entry, exams must be taken on or after November 1, 2018).
English Language Requirement Exemptions There are four conditions for being exempt from taking a standardized test to demonstrate your English proficiency. Final exemption is subject to determination of the International Admissions Office and the academic departments.
Though the sample need not be in Literature, it should demonstrate relevant skills in writing, critical thinking, and textual analysis. In addition, applicants whose proposed primary area of emphasis is in a language other than English should normally provide a sample that demonstrates an ability to work in that language.
The High School Articulation unit communicates and implements UC faculty policy regarding high school coursework that fulfills the A-G subject requirements for freshman admissions to the University. Our staff evaluate and assess high school courses for quality and rigor.
The faculty administering the exam must issue the results on UC departmental letterhead, and confirm proficiency (i.e. C- or higher) in reading, writing, speaking and listening at a level equivalent to what the student would have otherwise achieved by completion of instruction through the second semester (or third quarter) of instruction in a language other than English.
Students transferring from INSIDE the USA Not required if transcripts show 24 semester credit hours or more of degree-seeking credit (not English as a second language) and if the student has earned a C- or higher in Freshman English Composition (UC equivalent course: ENGL1001).
AREA 6: LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH UC REQUIREMENTS ONLY C IPN Proficiency equal to two years of study in one foreign language in high school with grades of “C” or better. (An official copy of the high school transcript must be on file in Admissions and Records), or select one course from the following: ARAB 1 (F02), 2 (F05), 3 (F07), 4 (F07).
Academic Writing Sample: Attach a sample of your writing, no more than 10 pages, double-spaced. A research-based paper is preferred, such as a paper written on an educational topic or a paper written in your content area. Alternatively, you may choose to submit a formal essay or to write a brief piece specifically for this application.
Languages other than English Transferable courses: In general, may be in any language defined as having syntax, grammar, reading, listening, speaking and writing that is different from the English language; must provide instruction in the written and oral language, as well as the history and cultural traditions of the country associated with the language studied.
Note: IB credit will not be awarded if the test is taken after enrolling at UC Berkeley. No credit is given for IB Subsidiary or Standard Level exams. No duplication of credit will be given for IB, AP, A-Level exams. IB Higher Level exams completed with a grade of 5, 6 or 7 are awarded 5.3 semester units of work, unless completed as part of the diploma, whereby a maximum 20 units is awarded.
TOEFL or IELTS Scores: All graduate applicants -- regardless of citizenship -- whose preparatory education was principally in a language other than English, must show evidence of having recently taken the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) examination. Please note that TOEFL and IELTS scores expire two years after the.
The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is required of all applicants whose native language is other than English. The suggested minimum score is 520 (paper) or 190 (computer). Accepted international students must fulfill U.S. Immigration Service requirements and register with the International Student Services Offices at UC.
English training is available on the UC campus at ELS-Cincinnati Language Center. We encourage you to submit the on-line version of the application form via the internet. If this is not possible you may print the form and return it by mail. Please type or print your answers. Documents being submitted by mail should be sent to the following.