Pre-sessional English for Academic Purposes (EAP) courses – Cranfield University

Our Pre-sessional English for Academic Purposes (EAP) courses are open to international students who do not already meet the English language entry requirement for their Cranfield course and wish to gain an insight into academic life before beginning their postgraduate study.
Working with a team of well qualified and experienced tutors we will help you:

Entry requirements
Please refer to each course section below, but note some of our master’s courses have higher English language requirements, and you may be required to attend a longer Pre-sessional EAP course to achieve the required level for entry. We assess each application individually against the course requirements, please check the course page or your offer letter.
You must hold an offer for a postgraduate course to be considered for Pre-sessional courses.
Course content
Course structure
We are offer courses delivered live online or face-to-face on campus. Both delivery modes will require participants to be available at set times daily within a standard working week.
Assessment criteria
You will be assessed throughout and at the end of the course. You will only be able to progress to postgraduate study if you successfully complete the course.
The results from your Pre-sessional English course will be valid for entry to Cranfield postgraduate courses for two years.

These courses are delivered face-to-face on campus.
Some of our master’s courses have higher English language requirements, and you may be required to attend a longer Pre-sessional EAP course to achieve the required level for entry. We assess each application individually against the course requirements, please check the course page or you offer letter.

These courses are delivered via live online classes and weekly tutorials.
Some of our master’s courses have higher English language requirements, and you may be required to attend a longer Pre-sessional EAP course to achieve the required level for entry. We assess each application individually against the course requirements, please check the course page or you offer letter.

* Both the Written and Spoken International ESOL B2 Communicator tests must be taken. The International ESOL SELT B2 includes all 4 skill components.

These courses are delivered face-to-face on campus.
Some of our master’s courses have higher English language requirements, and you may be required to attend a longer Pre-sessional EAP course to achieve the required level for entry. We assess each application individually against the course requirements, please check the course page or you offer letter.

On-campus Pre-sessional EAP courses

You will need to apply for a Student visa to be able to attend the Pre-sessional EAP course. You must have met all conditions of your follow-on course offer before we can issue you with a CAS number for an on-campus Pre-sessional course.
If you are attending a 5 or 10 week course we will issue a joint CAS number for both the Pre-sessional EAP and the follow-on courses. This means you will not need to apply for a new Student visa on completion of the Pre-sessional EAP course.
We will issue two separate CAS numbers for the 20 week course and your follow-on course, this is a UKVI requirement based on the duration of the Pre-sessional EAP course. This means that once you have completed the Pre-sessional EAP course you will need to apply for a new Student visa for your follow-on course. 
Our Student Immigration and Funding team will help you with the visa application for the follow-on course. You can begin your follow-on course while you wait for this visa to be issued.
You cannot apply for a Student visa until you have completed your Pre-sessional EAP course. You will need to make sure you have met all other conditions related to your follow-on course before the end on the Pre-sessional EAP course. This will allow us to progress your CAS number promptly on completion.

To apply you will need complete the form available below. You need to hold an offer for one of our postgraduate courses in order to make an application. The form will ask you to confirm the details of your course offer and your previous English language experience, and any tests you have previously taken.
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T: +44 (0)1234 758540

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