Tom is a student of British culture in the 2nd year of a doctoral program. He wants to further broaden his overseas research activities, such as academic conferences and field surveys.
May is a student of geography in the 3rd year of a doctoral program. She is trying to improve her career as a researcher through teaching in English and having job interviews.
Lisa is a young linguistics researcher. She is in charge of the courses for English instruction methods and English communication.
English Academia 2 (EA2), a course for the learners who completed English Academia 1 (EA1), was developed to supplement the situations and skills that EA1 could not cover. Therefore, it is an advanced course with much broader English expressions.
This course consists of five modules, and each can be completed in approximately 30–40 minutes. Just like EA1, this course can be completed at your own pace in your spare time.
We addressed the following two points when developing this course:
EA2 is a program for learning English to further enrich your research life, but it is at the same time a step for young researchers to enhance their skills to teach in English. English skills necessary for presentation and research life share much in common with English skills necessary for delivering lectures and advising students in laboratories. Used together with EA1, EA2 will be a great help in improving your career!