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Course Information
Course Name English for Academic Purposes (EAP 1 & 2)
ATMC Code 089219A
Duration (Part Time) N/A
Duration (Full Time) 24 weeks
2016 Course Fees N/A
2017 Course Fees 6,400
Intake Dates TBC
University ATMC VET Programs
Campus Melbourne
Faculty English as an Additional Language (EAL)


ELICOS Intake dates 2016-2017


English for Academic Purposes (EAP1 & 2) focuses instructions on skills required to perform in an English-speaking academic contexts across core subject areas generally encountered in a university/ college setting. It may also include a more narrow focus on the more specific linguistic demands of a particular area of study, for example business subjects. 

Our EAP course may be intended to raise students' general English levels so that they can enter a university/ college. 

EAP teaches vocabulary, grammar and the four skills (Reading, Writing, Speaking - including pronunciation - and Listening) 


Students who successfully complete the English for Academic Purposes (EAP 1&2) program can pursue their further study experience in an Australian university or college. 

Delivery and Assessment Methods 

Delivery methods include classroom based sessions with course book-based core lessons followed by skills extension lessons. Assessments include weekly Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing formative and summative assessments.

Course Structure/ Contents 

The course is structured to cover a range of skills required for academic study, including English language, critical analysis, academic orientation and oral and written genres. 

EAP 1: By the end of this level the learner can take part in extended conversations; write and understand most texts, including a simple essay; understand most of a TV programme, presentation or lecture, but not technical or theoretical information. 

EAP 2: By the end of this level the learner can take part in lengthy conversations and discussions; write and understand most text including formal, academic and professional documents; easily understand TV, plays, films, lectures and presentations. 

How to Apply 

Complete an Application Form - International Student that can be downloaded from the ATMC website. Return this application form to Level 10, 399 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne Victoria 3000, Australia, or email to admissions@atmc.edu.au together with supporting documents.