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Biblical Greek Course

Israel Institute of Biblical Studies - Online Hebrew Courses
Online Part time October 2017 Israel Israel Online USA USA Online + 1 more

Biblical Greek is a two-level course through which you will learn to master Greek letters and ancient Greek syntax, and learn how translations over the centuries have changed the true meaning of texts in the New Testament. [+]

Best Course Studies in Humanities Studies 2017/2018. Biblical Greek is a two-level course through which you will learn to master Greek letters and ancient Greek syntax, and learn how translations over the centuries have changed the true meaning of texts in the New Testament. Beginner Read the Holy Bible as it was originally written and discover the true meaning behind each word. Learn Biblical Greek and gain a deeper understanding of the New Testament. Improved Read the Holy Bible as it was originally written and discover the true meaning behind each word. Learn Biblical Greek and gain a deeper understanding of the New Testament. This course is offered in collaboration and association with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. [-]

English Plus

Sussex Coast College Hastings
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 3 semesters August 2018 United Kingdom Hastings + 1 more

Join us for 1 term and get a taste of studying in England. Enjoy 21 hours of study per week, learning English alongside an A-Level or Vocational subject. [+]

Would you like to gain an authentic British study experience while working towards an English as a foreign language exam (EFL)? Well, for one term, you can enjoy 21 hours of study per week, learning English alongside your choice of one A-Level or Vocational subject. You will be placed with students who have a similar level of English as you, and study in the same class as British students, making sure you get an authentic British study experience. We will help you reach your goals and grow in confidence in a supportive and friendly environment. Why take English Plus? You will improve your general English You can study for one term Study towards a range of English exams, including Cambridge PET, FCE, CAE, BECor IELTS Study subjects alongside English to grow your skills in Art & Design, Business, Sport, Travel and Tourism, and English Literature It will help prepare you for higher academic study Additional free extra options may include CV writing workshops, interview techniques and skills for employment You will study General English for 15 hours a week and will include grammar, vocabulary, speaking, listening, reading and writing. [-]

(PALAS 333) International Business in the Southern Cone

University of Belgrano
Campus Part time 15 weeks February 2018 Argentina Buenos Aires

Our goal is to raise critical questions about the opportunities and challenges that companies and entrepreneurs encounter when doing business with countries from the Southern Cone such as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay. [+]

Best Course Studies in Humanities Studies 2017/2018. Information Semesters: First and Second Hours of Instruction per Week: 4 Total Weeks: 15 Total Hours of Instruction: 60 Courses transferable to ECTS Courses transferable to U.S. System Recommendation: Advanced written and spoken English Course Description Our goal is to raise critical questions about the opportunities and challenges that companies and entrepreneurs encounter when doing business with countries from the Southern Cone such as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay. We begin by introducing the general context in which international business takes place in the region. Once we have looked at the big picture, we focus on the controllable and uncontrollable forces in the Southern Cone business environment. Our approach is based on a guided, well-informed discussion that will help students build understanding on the advantages and disadvantages of doing business in the region. Throughout the course students are expected to develop basic interdisciplinary skills for business decision-making. By the end of the course, students gain valuable insight on the opportunities that Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay offer and are ready to conduct research and access first hand information about Southern markets. Course Requirements Each student will be expected to make a significant contribution to the classroom dialogue. Students need a minimum of 75% of attendance to be in good standing for the GLOBAL ENTREPRENEUR PROJECT. Sliding the ID card is the only way to track record of attendance. In addition to participation, students will have to conduct a GLOBAL ENTREPRENEUR PROJECT,... [-]

Course Study Abroad

Centro de Lenguas Modernas - Universidad de Granada
Campus Full time September 2017 Spain Granada

The University of Granada Modern Languages Center (CLM) is one of the leading institutions in Spain in the field of laguage learning. It is one of a kind thanks to its highly-qualified and specialised teaching staff. Using a communicative approach, special emphasis is given to interaction in real-life situations. [+]

The University of Granada Modern Languages Center (CLM) is one of the leading institutions in Spain in the field of laguage learning. It is one of a kind thanks to its highly-qualified and specialised teaching staff. Using a communicative approach, special emphasis is given to interaction in real-life situations. The Center's installations located in the old Realejo District, consist of two main buildings: the beautiful 16th century Palace of Santa Cruz and the Huerta de los Angeles Mansion. Both combine the beauty and warmth of historical buildings with the most modern technical equipment. Another attraction of CLM is its singular multicultural and multilingual atmosphere. Foreign students can share their daily lives with those of Spanish students learning different foreign languages, thus stimulating a mutual interest in their different languages and cultures. Be immersed in Spanish language, culture, cuisine and tradition in a city renowned for its flamenco artists, guitar craftsmanship and Federico García Lorca. Witness the social interactions of the local, university, gypsy and immigrant communities in one lively plaza. Enjoy the dramatic contrasts between the old world and the new that will co-exist in your daily life, buying muffins from cloistered nuns at a 16th century convent and a coffee from the nearby fast food joint. Learn Spanish in an environment that will prepare you for future interactions with Spanish speakers from all over the world. in GRANADA! Where can you ... Take college-level courses in Intensive Spanish Language, Spanish Language and Culture, or Hispanic Studies? Study a modern... [-]

General English

The Language Company
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 USA Edmond Charleston Fort Worth Fort Wayne Kirksville Shreveport Orlando Philadelphia South Bend Toledo + 9 more

General English is for students who want to come to the United States to learn English but not necessarily attend a university after completion. TLC’s General English integrates the development of listening and speaking skills, structural accuracy, and everyday communication. [+]

Best Course Studies in Humanities Studies 2017/2018. General English Available at TLC-Dallas-Fort Worth, Edmond, Orlando, Philadelphia, and Toledo Course Description: General English is for students who want to come to the United States to learn English but not necessarily attend a university after completion. TLC’s General English integrates the development of listening and speaking skills, structural accuracy, and everyday communication. If your goal is to be able to successfully communicate English in everyday situations, TLC’s General English course is for you! Benefits: In addition to Grammar, Listening and Speaking English courses, students who enroll in TLC’s General English program will learn to speak and understand English in a variety of non-academic settings. For example, students may get help with going to the market, asking for directions, making appointments with doctors or shopping in the mall. General English will help students to communicate in everyday American life and adjust to American culture. Note: Please be advised the General English Program does not qualify the student for university or college admission with completion of TLC Level 9. General English Program students who later change their enrollment to the Intensive English Program must retest when changing programs and may place in a lower level due to weaknesses in reading and writing skills. [-]

Photography Course And Text

GrisArt Escuela Superior de Fotografía
Campus Part time 1 month September 2017 Spain Barcelona

The course will start in each session, a series of comparative concepts to transit conjunctions of different types of photography and text, observing the operation of the interactions in the work of various authors. [+]

What is special about the combination of a photographic image with a text? In principle, the relationship will depend on the types of text and photographs that appear simultaneously. If we focus on an artistic level, gains in expressiveness the new product or, on the contrary, causes confusion? What differences and similarities are between these two means of self expression? As Michel Tournier ask, combining photography and text will not be like trying to mix water with fire? Actually we can intuit that they are both so different and so many common elements like brothers. In any case, it is intended that this is a course in a plethora of more questions than answers, as the only way to address the relationship between these two means of expression is through a constant questioning, breaking the cliches. Apparently, the function of the image is to illustrate the action taking place in the text, as this should explain what we see in the former; In other words, the image is always presented as a spatial art, front text, temporal art, in which exposure occurs, explanation and narrative. Beyond this basic complementarity relations are extended in the case of the photographic image because of its special relationship with reality. Not a picture is just a real document or a literary text just fiction. Furthermore, despite its origin pictorial, photography starts talking to finally focus space in time; and this perception is what captivated many writers since the advent of the daguerreotype. The course... [-]


General English Course for Adults

Melton College
Campus Full time 1 year August 2018 United Kingdom York

Our General English Courses are aimed at adults who want to improve their language skills for educational or professional purposes. Our programme includes a balance of grammar, speaking, reading, listening and writing. [+]

Best Course Studies in Humanities Studies 2017/2018. Our General English Courses are aimed at adults who want to improve their language skills for educational or professional purposes. Our programme includes a balance of grammar, speaking, reading, listening and writing. Students receive either 15 hours of tuition each week (General English A) or 22.5 hours of tuition each week (General English B). (General English A does not run during the period covered by the Summer Course.) Tuition Melton College welcomes students throughout the year except for two weeks over Christmas. Our General English Courses are aimed at adults who want to improve their language skills for educational or professional purposes. Our programme includes a balance of grammar, speaking, reading, listening and writing. Every student is assigned a personal tutor to monitor progress and to offer encouragement and advice. These tutorials are included in the fees but we do not count them as tuition time! Your tutor will help you plan your study and tailor your learning to suit your needs, this will especially focus on your Melton E-learning account. Many of our students go on to take an IELTS exam (Melton College is the only IELTS centre in York) in order to continue their studies at a British university. General English A: Half-day programme For students who do not have the time to follow the full day General English Course programme, we offer a 15 hours tuition per week alternative. Minimum age is 18. Please note this course does not run... [-]

ONE YEAR FILMMAKING PROGRAM

ESRA - École Supérieure de Réalisation Audiovisuelle
Campus Full time October 2017 France Paris

During this year, the students are taught the fundamental aspects of the aesthetic and technical parameters of frame, sound and new media with more than 1 110 hours of instruction, including eight weeks of internship. [+]

Quick Look Location: Paris, Nice, Brussels Language of Instruction: English Overview During this year, the students are taught the fundamental aspects of the aesthetic and technical parameters of frame, sound and new media with more than 1 110 hours of instruction, including eight weeks of internship. This program is designed to give an extensive hand on technical equipment used in the film industry but also a strong theoretical background on film. The students will have the opportunity to practice during workshop sessions, have more experience through internships and of course to write, direct and shoot their own short movies for a deeper appreciation and knowledge of the filmmaking industry. This intensive program gives the student a global vision of the different jobs needed to achieve a film, to be able to choose one of them and to be more comfortable and professional for his personal projects. This year includes an optional French language program. The graduates with a good level of French will be able to enroll directly in the second year of the 3-year program in Brussels or Nice. Eligibility This program accepts students from all over the world, they have to be 18+ to be eligible and to have achieved the application process. Housing/Accommodation Apartment / Flat Hostel The school doesn’t offer housing but has different partnerships with real estate agencies and will help students find their housing. Program Costs 11 000 euros Costs Include: The cost includes tuition fees no housing or food included. Dates First session... [-]

Literature Courses - Russian

Derzhavin Institute
Campus Part time 1 week Open Enrollment Russia St. Petersburg

This course type comprises 10 afternoon lessons in a mini-group. The course could be taken only in combination with the [+]

Best Course Studies in Humanities Studies 2017/2018. This course type comprises 10 afternoon lessons in a mini-group. The course could be taken only in combination with the Standard group course. This course is aimed at University students who specialize in Russian culture and literature. This course will allow students to gain an in-depth understanding of the foremost problems and ideas that the writers were contemplating. With the guidance of our experienced teachers, students will discuss and analyze features of the authors' styles and appreciate the power of the texts in the original. - Minimum admission age: 16 - Course starts: upon request - Minimum course duration: 1 week - Levels available: block 1 A 2.2 - B 1.2, block 2 B 2.2 - C 1.1 - Timetable: Mon-Fri, 9.30 a.m – 1.00 p.m. (Standard group course). Mon-Fri 13:30 – 15:00 - Number of students per class – 3-5 (min. 2) Additional mini-group afternoon course "Golden age of Russian literature" Block 1 (levels A 2.2. – B 1.2.) - maximum duration 2 weeks Topics - Pushkin - Lermontov - Turgenev - Dostoevskij - Chehov - Gogol - Tolstoj Price per week: 150 euro Block 2 (levels B 2.2. - C 1.1.) Topics - Chaadaev - Pushkin - Nekrasov - Dostoevskij - Chehov - Tutchev - Gogol - Tolstoj Price per week: 150 euro Additional mini-group afternoon course "Russian literature of the 20th century - silver age Block 1 (levels A 2.2. – B 1.2.)- maximum duration 2 weeks Topics - symbolism... [-]

Courses in Area & Arabic Language Studies in Morocco (Semester/Academic Year)

AMIDEAST America-Mideast Educational & Training Services
Campus Full time 1 - 2 semesters January 2018 Morocco Rabat

The AMIDEAST Education Abroad Program in Rabat offers a diverse set of courses, and semi-intensive instruction in Modern Standard Arabic and Moroccan Arabic. Students in the program live with Arabic-speaking Moroccan families and attend classes at AMIDEAST’s facilities in the lively Agdal area of the city. Courses are taught by English-speaking Moroccan faculty members from AMIDEAST’s partner, the College of Letters and Humanities of Mohammed V University – Agdal, and other universities in Rabat and neighboring cities. [+]

Located on the Atlantic Coast, Rabat is one of Morocco’s imperial cities as well as its political capital. Rabat exemplifies Morocco’s unique cultural blend of Arab, the indigenous Amazigh (Berber), and European influences. While downtown Rabat is home to the austere Parliament building and the King’s Palace, just a few blocks away is the old medina; a fortressed city with labarinth alleys, markets, shops, and restaurants. Further down the road is the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Kasbah of the Udayas and the Bou Regreg River, with some of the best views of Rabat and the neighboring city of Salé. Al-Maghrib is a language enthusiast's dream as Moroccans speak multiple languages-typically including Moroccan Arabic, Modern Standard Arabic, and French, as well as possibly an indigenous language (such as Tamazight, Tashleheit, or Tarifit), English, or Spanish. Famous for national dishes like couscous, tajine, and harira, Moroccan cuisine is nothing short of mouth-wateringly delicious. Despite the pervasiveness of Western influences, Amazigh and Arab identity continue to play a crucial role in Morocco’s traditional, yet, modern society. After achieving independence in 1956, Morocco became a constitutional monarchy and has been ruled by three successive Alaouite kings over the past 55+ years. Throughout his reign, the current king (Mohammed VI) has taken steps to reform the political, economic, and legal structures of Morocco. While the influence of the Arab Spring on this North African country is not as deep as elsewhere in the Arab world, Moroccans are increasingly engaged in the political arena... [-]

General English

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Full time 2 weeks July 2018 United Kingdom London

General English to improve speaking and listening, reading and writing skills. You will learn about British life and culture whilst developing grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. Your level should be B1. [+]

Best Course Studies in Humanities Studies 2017/2018. Course Overview General English to improve speaking and listening, reading and writing skills. You will learn about British life and culture whilst developing grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. Your level should be B1. These course is available to EEA nationals or any other nationals with a Tier 5 visa or other visa that allows you to study in the UK. We are unable to support you to find accommodation. Fees do not include accommodation, course books, meals, travel, visits or any other activities that may be organised for you. You will receive a certificate that states your course name and Summer School 2016. All courses are dependent on student demand and the courses listed above may be subject to change. Campus: Chelsea Centre Times: Mon-Fri 09:00 - 12:00 [-]

Course in English as a Second Language (ESL)

Open Hearts Language Academy
Campus Full time 12 - 96 weeks Open Enrollment USA Miami

OHLA uses a skills-based curriculum, focused specifically on developing necessary linguistic skills in five major areas: Reading, writing, listening, speaking and grammar. We, at OHLA, know that the best way to develop these skills is to do it in a “natural” way, the same way we all learned our native languages. We believe that languages are not meant to be memorized, but rather to be used and practiced on a daily basis, in order to maintain continuity and master it in a lesser amount of time. [+]

General ESL Program OHLA uses a skills-based curriculum, focused specifically on developing necessary linguistic skills in five major areas: Reading, writing, listening, speaking and grammar. We, at OHLA, know that the best way to develop these skills is to do it in a “natural” way, the same way we all learned our native languages. We believe that languages are not meant to be memorized, but rather to be used and practiced on a daily basis, in order to maintain continuity and master it in a lesser amount of time. To learn and master the English language, it is necessary not to view it as a step-by-step approach, but rather as a continuous and progressive process, where international students are continuously challenged accordingly as they go through their levels of language study. Languages are continuously learned and improved upon, the same way in which we are always learning and improving our native languages. The main reason for this is that languages are always evolving; just like everything else we see or experience in life. Click here to see our Program Proficiency Scale A proficiency scale is a set of descriptions of the language skills that you can expect to attain during your time at OHLA. Each level in the scale describes a stage in your development of competence. Entry Points Each level lasts 12 weeks and it is sub-divided in six 2-week-units called “blocks”. Students may commence their language studies at the beginning of any two-week block. For instance, if a... [-]

Course: One-on-one Spanish

Giralda Center
Campus Full time 5 - 40 hours Open Enrollment Spain Sevilla

Private One-to-one Spanish Course, available all year round, where you decide the number of hours, the dates and the contents. An entirely tailor-made course to meet your specific needs for Spanish where you set your own pace. [+]

Private One-to-one Spanish Course, available all year round, where you decide the number of hours, the dates and the contents. An entirely tailor-made course to meet your specific needs for Spanish where you set your own pace. One-to-one Spanish Course Available from 5 hours upwards.

Morning and afternoon timetables.

A daily program, Monday to Friday, of free afternoon/evening cultural activities.

This course is available at all levels, all year round. [-]


Pre-Doctoral Programme

Cambridge International Education Centre
Campus Full time 12 weeks January 2018 United Kingdom Cambridge

This programme has been developed for UK, EU and international students intending to undertake MPhil and/or doctoral studies, whether PhD or DBA, in the English medium. Being accepted for doctoral study by universities throughout the world is increasingly competitive. It is therefore vital that you have a clearly defined and well researched proposal at the very outset of your engagement with an intended university. This programme has been carefully structured to help you do just that! [+]

Pre-Doctoral Programme in Cambridge About This Programme This programme has been developed for UK, EU and international students intending to undertake MPhil and/or doctoral studies, whether PhD or DBA, in the English medium. Being accepted for doctoral study by universities throughout the world is increasingly competitive. It is therefore vital that you have a clearly defined and well researched proposal at the very outset of your engagement with an intended university. This programme has been carefully structured to help you do just that! It is also advisable that you can demonstrate to your intended university a strong academic background, if they are to admit you to doctoral studies. This will usually mean that you have attained, in the UK context, an upper second honours classification (or its international equivalent) in your first degree or that you have demonstrated a similar level of achievement in a postgraduate qualification in your chosen subject. As can be seen from the summary diagram, the Pre-Doctoral Programme seeks to strengthen the academic English and doctoral study skills which are required from the very outset as you prepare your research proposal. Being able to conduct an effective literature review in your chosen field is a key element in your choice of research topic, research title and the research questions you will seek to address. Your ability to apply the various techniques for managing and analysing information and data will also play a key role in the design and implementation of your research proposal, as will your... [-]

American Geopolitics

Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina
Campus Full time 1 semester February 2018 Argentina Buenos Aires

The course will examine the continuity and the changes in U.S. foreign policy toward Latin America and the Caribbean from the Monroe Doctrine to ALCA´s failure. Historically, the region has been of special interest to the U.S. because of its proximity and instability. It is the area in which America’s principles and its power have often collided. [+]

Best Course Studies in Humanities Studies 2017/2018. AMERICAN GEOPOLITICS PEL79*S-4 Professor: Mag. Rubén Rodríguez (UCA, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella) Teaching Language: ENGLISH / Idioma: INGLÉS Course Description and Objectives The course will examine the continuity and the changes in U.S. foreign policy toward Latin America and the Caribbean from the Monroe Doctrine to ALCA´s failure. Historically, the region has been of special interest to the U.S. because of its proximity and instability. It is the area in which America’s principles and its power have often collided. We will analyze the evolution of U.S. objectives in Latin America, the means used to pursue those goals, and the process by which decisions connect means with ends. Students will learn how to interpret US current policies towards contemporary challenges, including Cuba, Hugo Chavez and the rise of the new populists. Syllabus Brief Historical Chronology. The Revolutionary War and the Consolidation of Independence, 1776-1800. George Washington and Isolationism. Expansion and Preservation. 1801-1865. 1823. Monroe Doctrine. Andrew Jackson. West Expansion. Texas and Mexican American War. Manifest Destiny. Global Emergence, 1865-1919. Lincoln and the Civil War. 1860-1900 Cycle. Imperialism. Theodore Roosevelt, Alfred Mahan and the Hispanic-American War 1898. Gunboat diplomacy. Big Stick Diplomacy. Cuba and the Platt Amendment. The Protectorate. Panama Secession 1903 and Roosevelt Corollary. Wilson and The League of Nations 1919. The “Era of the Good Neighbor” Policy. 1928-1950. Hoover and the 1928 Tour. F.D.Roosevelt and the protocole of non- intervention. “Re-discovering” Latin America. Movies and Fashion. The Cold War. 1945-1989. The Truman Doctrine... [-]