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  • English: Cambridge English Exam Preparation Courses

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    Other courses - Cambridge English Language Courses (CFE, CAE, CPE)

    The Cambridge English Exams are internationally recognised exams that can be used to demonstrate that you have the language skills to live, study or work in an English-speaking environment. The courses run over 24 weeks with one two-hour session per week. You’ll also be required to do at least 2 hours of private study each week.

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  • English: Effective communication

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    Other courses - Tailor-made courses, various languages

    The Effective Communication courses focus on helping you become a more confident and fluent user of English. You’ll improve your English skills through practicing a variety of communicative tasks, such as discussions, negotiations, and teamwork reports.

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  • English: Individual coaching

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    Are you interested in improving your spoken Dutch or pronunciation and prefer not to do so in a group? Is spelling a problem for you or do you feel that your texts are not sufficiently professional? Would you like to be well-prepared for the state exam or another type of exam?

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  • EQE exam training

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    Maastricht University offers training for candidates preparing for the European Qualifying Examination. The training is for candidates who already have a basic understanding of European patent law, and focuses on preparations for Papers A, B, C and D of the exam.

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  • EQE Pre-exam training

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    Maastricht University offers training for candidates preparing for the Pre-Examination of the European Qualifying Examination (EQE).

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  • Non-Degree Business and Economics Courses

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    Approximately 300 courses and skills training on BSc and MSc level are on offer. You can find all courses, course descriptions (including prerequisites and levels) and coordinators. To check which courses you can take, please select Non Degree Courses. The duration of a course is 7 weeks; for a skills training 2 weeks. Exact dates of course periods can be found in the course descriptions or looked up in the academic calendar. The workload of a course is approximately 20 hours a week, including group meetings and individual study. Students are not allowed to take more than two courses in a period. The workload for a skills training is about 40 hours per week. You can follow maximum 2 courses per course period (period 1,2,4,and 5) and 1 skill per skills period (period 3 and 6). If you have any questions about the content of a course or skill, please contact the block coordinator (lecturer) before applying. 

     

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