English Courses for Medical Professionals

Course Overview

If you work in the medical field, or are studying to be a healthcare professional, our Medical English course should benefit you. This course is designed to help you improve your English language skills in a wide variety of medical contexts. Many students taking this course go on to prepare for the Occupational English Test (OET). 

Working in the medical field, you will need to interact with a variety of people, such as patients, families and colleagues and in a variety of contexts, such as explaining conditions, reassuring and delivering results.

Class activities are based around real case scenarios that you will have to deal with in your professional life. They are designed to help you learn English by giving you the skills, experience and confidence needed to succeed.

Who is this course for?

The course is for healthcare professionals or university students who would like to improve their English and medical knowledge. It is also suitable for professionals who wish to take the OET in future. Your level must be B1+ before you can join the course.

Key Facts

  • English level: B1+
  • Minimum age: 18 
  • Average age: 30
  • Minimum course length: 2 weeks*
  • Average class size: 5 (maximum 12)
    *Please contact us for start dates – all courses subject to availability

Book This Course

It is easy to apply for an online course. You can book online or you can download our application form and email it to us. To know your level, take the test here.

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Medical English Mornings
  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9-12.15 (break 10.45-11.00)
 
 
 
 
 

3 taught hours per day, 5 days a week

Medical English Afternoons
  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
13.00-15.00 (break 14.00-14.05)
 
 
 
 
 

2 taught hours per day, 5 days a week

If you could like to do private Medical English lessons, please click here

  • To gain confidence and learn how to communicate accurately and clearly in a variety of medical contexts
  • To learn and practise functional language such as reassuring, delivering news and explaining the side effects of medicine
  • To develop listening skills to help you understand and respond to real-life situations
  • To increase the vocabulary of your chosen medical profession
  • To develop reading and writing skills such as skim reading and writing discharge and referral letters
  • To learn self-study techniques to help you study independently outside the classroom
  • A needs analysis so that your teacher knows exactly what you want and need from the course
  • All materials
  • Mini mock role-plays with feedback
  • A certificate of completion
  • Progress tests and a progress report
Course Hours per weeks 1-2 weeks
Medical English mornings 15 £250
Medical English afternoons 15 £250