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English for Specific Purposes

If you want to progress into a particular career, TLG offers several courses tailored for different fields. Many sectors require you to know specialised terminology in order to progress. TLG will help you master the technical vocabulary that you need.

You can choose from eight different industries. You also have the option to add Business English to these courses, so that you can gain a more general knowledge of using the English language in a workplace context. 

Course Options (click to view available specializations):

Finance
Media
Law
Automotive
Aviation
Oil & Gas
Police
Engineering

ESP: Finance

On this course, you will discover the specialised words and phrases that you need to work in finance by analysing figures, graphs, financial articles, and formal letters.

Who is this course for?

This course is aimed at professionals who wish to increase their knowledge of financial English – for career or study purposes.

How can I progress after this course?

This course can help you boost your career internationally, enabling you to use pre-existing financial knowledge in an English-language workplace. It can also help prepare you for higher education in the field of finance.  

START DATES

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REQUIREMENTS

B1 High

MINIMUM AGE

18 YEARS

DURATION

2 WEEKS

CLASS SIZE

MAX 16 STUDENTS

LOCATION

London
Toronto

Study Options (click to view available courses):

ESP: Media

Discover and learn to harness the global reach of the English language media with this specialised course. You will learn to use the language effectively across the range of media disciplines, which include print journalism, television, cinema and publishing. 

Who is this course for?

This course is ideal if you are looking to apply your media skills to an English-language working environment. It will also benefit you if you would like to improve your knowledge of media terminology.

How can I progress after this course?

Completing the course will help you make an impact in media positions throughout the world. You will also be able to study further in the industry if you are looking to specialise in a particular media form. 

START DATES

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REQUIREMENTS

B1 High

MINIMUM AGE

18 YEARS

DURATION

2 WEEKS

CLASS SIZE

MAX 16 STUDENTS

LOCATION

Birmingham

Study Options (click to view available courses):

ESP: Law

This course will strengthen your overall English and give you a good grasp of legal vocabulary, exploring company law and business, criminal law, property law, and employment law. 

Who is this course for?

The course is designed for legal students or professionals looking to work or study in an English-speaking country. You will benefit most from the course if you already have a strong foundation of legal knowledge.

How can I progress after this course?

Upon completion of the course, you will be equipped with the language skills to work effectively in an English legal setting. You may choose to practice law or to continue with your studies in the legal field. 

START DATES

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REQUIREMENTS

B1 High

MINIMUM AGE

18 YEARS

DURATION

2 WEEKS

CLASS SIZE

MAX 16 STUDENTS

LOCATION

London
Toronto

Study Options (click to view available courses):

ESP: Automative

Take this course to learn the terms and language that you’ll need to become an expert in the automotive industry.

Who is this course for?

If you have an interest in automative, and wish to develop a career in this fast-paced industry, this course will give you an invaluable head start.  

How can I progress after this course?

After completing the course, you will be able to progress into the automative sector in an English environment. You may also continue on to further undergraduate or postgraduate studies.

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REQUIREMENTS

B1 High

MINIMUM AGE

18 YEARS

DURATION

2 WEEKS

CLASS SIZE

MAX 16 STUDENTS

LOCATION

Hannover

Study Options (click to view available courses):

ESP: Aviation & ELPAC

This course will provide you with essential language skills to study and work in the industry, as well as in-depth knowledge of specialist phraseology that you will need to succeed. 
ELPAC stands for English Language Proficiency for Aeronautical Communication

Who is this course for?

This course is designed for anyone needing to use the English language in the aviation industry. It is especially useful for those wishing to attain or maintain ICAO Operational Level 4. 

How can I progress after this course?

Upon completion of the course, you will be better equipped to communicate with aviation professionals. You will also be in a better position to gain the ICAO Operational Level 4, or work towards Levels 5 and 6.

START DATES

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REQUIREMENTS

B1 High

MINIMUM AGE

18 YEARS

DURATION

2 WEEKS

CLASS SIZE

MAX 16 STUDENTS

LOCATION

Oxford

Study Options (click to view available courses):

ESP: Oil & Gas

You will learn about the principles of project management and examine important trends in the industry, as well as gaining the technical language skills needed to succeed in this sector.

Who is this course for?

If you are seeking a solid understanding of English specific to the oil and gas industry, this course is ideal. You will gain the language confidence that will help you interact effectively within the working environment. 

How can I progress after this course?

After completing the course, you will understand and be able to use key industry terminology. This will accelerate your progression in diverse roles in the growing oil and gas sector. You may also proceed on to further study. 

START DATES

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REQUIREMENTS

B1 High

MINIMUM AGE

18 YEARS

DURATION

2 WEEKS

CLASS SIZE

MAX 16 STUDENTS

LOCATION

London
Oxford
Toronto

Study Options (click to view available courses):

ESP: Police and Law Enforcement

Working in law enforcement requires a specialised knowledge of police vocabulary, which you’ll learn on this course.

Who is this course for?

The course is designed for students or professionals looking to work or study in the field of police in an English-speaking country. 

How can I progress after this course?

Upon completion of the course, you will be equipped with the language skills to work effectively ithe law enforcement sector. 

START DATES

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REQUIREMENTS

B1 High

MINIMUM AGE

18 YEARS

DURATION

2 WEEKS

CLASS SIZE

MAX 16 STUDENTS

LOCATION

London
Toronto

Study Options (click to view available courses):

ESP: Engineering

As well as learning the vocabulary needed to become a successful engineer, this course will also cover topics like monitoring and control, technology, procedure, design, and caution.

Who is this course for?

This course is ideal if you are looking to gain the English skills and vocabulary typically used in the engineering industry. You will benefit most if you are aiming to improve your specific knowledge of English for work or study. 

How can I progress after this course?

This course will ensure that you are able to apply your knowledge and communicate effectively in an English-language workplace. You may also continue in your studies if you wish to specialise further. 

START DATES

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REQUIREMENTS

B1 High

MINIMUM AGE

18 YEARS

DURATION

2 WEEKS

CLASS SIZE

MAX 16 STUDENTS

LOCATION

London

Study Options (click to view available courses):