The course aims to provide students with the necessary elements to organise in a coherent and logical way some of the forms of communication used in the field of biomedical research, such as writing abstracts and research articles for international journals and conferences.
In particular, students are required to show that they have acquired a correct and appropriate scientific vocabulary, the main morphosyntactic structures of Academic Scientific English, and they can read and understand authentic scientific texts (research articles, abstracts, etc.) and have developed some academic writing skills.
The crucial linguistic skills of the course are writing, reading and comprehension, but also speaking, so the student will have to learn how to express agreement and disagreement with theses and hypotheses, discuss results and data from tables, describe their research.
Finally, special emphasis will be placed on consulting specialist bibliographic material in the scientific field, databases, pronunciation dictionaries, online and paper monolingual dictionaries, in order to adequately support their self-study and develop the required skills.
None, but a B1/B2 level of English will be an advantage.
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