Annex B

COURSE INFORMATION 2018

Advanced Specialist Certificate (I) in 3 – 19
C111
Teaching Listening and Speaking Jan 2018

(Important: This document should be read by all applicants prior to completing the
application form for admission.)

Course Overview

This course is intended to:
 Develop participants’ understanding of the theoretical bases for
the teaching of listening and speaking skills in an English as a
Second Language and/or Foreign Language (ESL/EFL)
classroom;
Rationale  Give focus on the types of micro-skills and strategies involved in
listening and speaking, and some issues and challenges involved
in teaching these skills;
 Critically examine current approaches to teaching listening and
speaking skills; and
 Incorporate a dimension of multimodality.

Duration 3 weeks (54 hours)

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
 Acquire an up-to-date knowledge of theories, principles, and
Aims practices in the teaching of listening and speaking; and
 Discuss and develop lessons in teaching different types and
levels of listening and speaking skills.

1. Teaching Listening
Components
2. Teaching Speaking

Lectures, task-based workshops, discussions of prescribed readings,
Delivery
and evaluative analysis conducted at RELC.

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Course Requirements
To complete the course successfully, a candidate must:
a) Satisfy class attendance requirements;
b) Attain a satisfactory standard in required course work; and
c) Complete all assignments and an exam.

A course participant whose progress has not been satisfactory may be required to terminate his/her
candidature.

Course Aw ard
The course will lead to the award of an Advanced Specialist Certificate (I) in Teaching Listening and
Speaking.

Entry Requirements
The requirements for admission to the course are:
a) An approved bachelor’s degree (or equivalent qualifications) in Linguistics, English
Language, TESOL or Education;
b) At least two years of full-time English language teaching experience or experience in English
language/curriculum planning and language development programmes; and
c) Candidates must meet the minimum language scores for any of the following:
o IELTS: 6.5;
o TOEFL: 550 paper-based; 213 computer-based; 79 internet based;
o GCE O Level English: B3 and above;
o GCE A Level General Paper: C6 and above; or
o Cambridge Advanced English (CAE): C and above
o SPM 1119 English: B and above (GPK/PNG 3.00 and above)/Kepujian Tinggi and
above
o STPM General Paper/English Literature: B- and above (CGPA/HGMP 2.67 and
above)
o Malaysian University English test (MUET): Band 4 and above
o CU TEP with a score of 65 (equivalent to IELTS 6.5) and above
o APTIS (all four macro skills) B2 and above

Without meeting any of the above, applicants are required to pass the RELC English selection test.

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Fees
a ) Fee components
Description Amount (in Singapore dollars)

Registration fee $64.20 (inclusive of GST)

Tuition fee $1,300.00 (inclusive of GST)

Students from outside Singapore are advised to subscribe to the Group Health Insurance
Scheme at S$53.50 per month (inclusive of GST), as medical costs in the event of illness can
be very high.

Note:
 All fees are subject to change without notice;
 RELC does not accept any responsibility for accidents on journeys to and from Singapore
or in Singapore, or for the loss of baggage and other personal belongings in transit or in
Singapore;
 RELC will also not be responsible for taking out air, travel and personal accident insurance
for students; and
 Students are expected to incur additional costs for miscellaneous learning materials.

b) Payment of fees
 The Registration Fee must be submitted together with the Application Form and supporting
documents;
 Fees are payable before the commencement of the course;
 Cheques should be crossed and made payable to the SEAMEO Regional Language
Centre; and
 An administration fee of S$50.00 (inclusive of GST) will be imposed for cheques which are
dishonoured.

c) Refund policy
 The registration fee is strictly non-refundable;
 Cancellation of enrolment must be made in writing;
 An Administration Fee of S$160.50 (inclusive of GST) will be payable if the notice of
cancellation / withdrawal is made less than 5 calendar days from the date on which the
payment is received;
 Full course fees paid is non-refundable if the notice cancellation / withdrawal is made after 5
calendar days from the date on which the payment was received; and
 Withdrawals after the course has commenced will not be eligible for refund.

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org. a certified statement on the degrees/academic qualifications achieved with a listing of subjects studied and subject examination results is required. (In the absence of a transcript. Where a transcript is in a language other than English. Annex B Application Two copies of each of the following documents must be submitted: ☐ Application Form A238 (completed and endorsed) ☐ Medical Examination Form A228 (1 original and 1 copy) ☐ Officially certified copies of the applicant’s certificates of degrees/diplomas ☐ Officially certified copies of the applicant’s transcripts. and (2) Registered mail : Scholarships and Corporate Enterprise SEAMEO Regional Language Centre (RELC) 30 Orange Grove Road Singapore 258352 Republic of Singapore Closing Date The closing date for application is 4 October 2017.) ☐ Officially certified copies of current/valid IELTS or official TOEFL results for applicants from non-English medium education systems The above documents should be returned to RELC by: (1) Email : sce@relc.sg .) ☐ Reference letters (The two reference letters can be from an academic staff who has supervised you or a current/previous employer. it should be accompanied by a certified translation into English. 30 Orange Grove Road Singapore 258352 | Tel: (65) 6885 7886 | Fax: (65) 6734 2753 4 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 .

 Integration of theory and classroom practice via journal writing. Annex B COURSE INFORMATION 2018 Advanced Specialist Certificate (II) in 3 Jan – 9 C211 Language Skills and Pedagogy Feb 2018 (Important: This document should be read by all applicants prior to completing the application form for admission.  Gives focus on the types of micro-skills and strategies involved in listening and speaking and some issues and challenges involved in teaching these skills. design and procedures in the teaching of Rationale reading and writing in ESL/EFL situations and in a multimodal world. and  A special focus on helping participants to make the transition from traditional print-based literacy to multimodal-based literacy (reading and viewing. sample lesson plans and micro-teaching sessions.  Critically examines current approaches to teaching listening and speaking skills. and  Incorporates a dimension of multimodality.) Course Overview This course consists of two modules: (1) Teaching Listening and Speaking. Teaching Listening and Speaking:  Designed to develop participants’ understanding of the theoretical bases for the teaching of listening and speaking skills in an ESL/EFL classroom. written. visual. writing and representing) involving more than one more of conveying meaning – spoken. gestural and spatial. 5 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . and (2) Teaching Reading and Writing.  Key reading theories and writing approaches will be explored and discussed vis-à-vis the participants’ teaching and learning contexts. They are conducted back-to-back from 3 Jan to 9 Feb 2018. Teaching Reading and Writing:  Deals with principles.

and c) Candidates must meet the minimum language scores for any of the following: o IELTS: 6.and above (CGPA/HGMP 2. 79 internet based. and  Discuss and develop lessons in teaching different types and levels of listening and speaking skills. b) Attain a satisfactory standard in required course work. Teaching Reading and Writing Lectures.00 and above)/Kepujian Tinggi and above o STPM General Paper/English Literature: B. Entry Requirements The requirements for admission to the course are: a) An approved bachelor’s degree (or equivalent qualifications) in Linguistics. task-based workshops. 213 computer-based. principles. and practices in the teaching of listening and speaking. TESOL or Education. o GCE O Level English: B3 and above. Teaching Listening and Speaking Components 4. Delivery and evaluative analysis conducted at RELC. and of Aims reading and writing. o TOEFL: 550 paper-based. Course Requirements To complete the course successfully. or o Cambridge Advanced English (CAE): C and above o SPM 1119 English: B and above (GPK/PNG 3. Annex B Duration 6 weeks (108 hours) By the end of the course. A course participant whose progress has not been satisfactory may be required to terminate his/her candidature. b) At least two years of full-time English language teaching experience or experience in English language/curriculum planning and language development programmes. participants will be able to:  Acquire an up-to-date knowledge of theories. English Language. discussions of prescribed readings. o GCE A Level General Paper: C6 and above. and of reading and writing skills.67 and above) o Malaysian University English test (MUET): Band 4 and above 6 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . and c) Complete all assignments and exams. Course Aw ard The course will lead to the award of an Advanced Specialist Certificate (II) in Language Skills and Pedagogy. a candidate must: a) Satisfy class attendance requirements. 3.5.

 An Administration Fee of S$160.600. and  Withdrawals after the course has commenced will not be eligible for refund.  Cheques should be crossed and made payable to the SEAMEO Regional Language Centre. and  An administration fee of S$50. c) Refund policy  The registration fee is strictly non-refundable.50 (inclusive of GST) will be payable if the notice of cancellation / withdrawal is made less than 5 calendar days from the date on which the payment is received.00* (inclusive of GST) *Southeast Asian Nationals who meet all entry requirements are eligible for a subsidy of S$300 for the Tuition fee.  RELC will also not be responsible for taking out air.00 (inclusive of GST) will be imposed for cheques which are dishonoured. 7 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 .50 per month (inclusive of GST).  Full course fees paid is non-refundable if the notice cancellation / withdrawal is made after 5 calendar days from the date on which the payment was received. Fees a ) Fee components Description Amount (in Singapore dollars) Registration fee $64. Annex B o CU TEP with a score of 65 (equivalent to IELTS 6. as medical costs in the event of illness can be very high. or for the loss of baggage and other personal belongings in transit or in Singapore. b) Payment of fees  The Registration Fee must be submitted together with the Application Form and supporting documents.  Cancellation of enrolment must be made in writing.20 (inclusive of GST) Tuition fee $2.  Fees are payable before the commencement of the course. applicants are required to pass the RELC English selection test.5) and above o APTIS (all four macro skills) B2 and above Without meeting any of the above. travel and personal accident insurance for students.  RELC does not accept any responsibility for accidents on journeys to and from Singapore or in Singapore. Students from outside Singapore are advised to subscribe to the Group Health Insurance Scheme at S$53. Note:  All fees are subject to change without notice. and  Students are expected to incur additional costs for miscellaneous learning materials.

it should be accompanied by a certified translation into English. 30 Orange Grove Road Singapore 258352 | Tel: (65) 6885 7886 | Fax: (65) 6734 2753 8 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 .org. and (2) Registered mail : Scholarships and Corporate Enterprise SEAMEO Regional Language Centre (RELC) 30 Orange Grove Road Singapore 258352 Republic of Singapore Closing Date The closing date for application is 4 October 2017. (In the absence of a transcript.) ☐ Reference letters (The two reference letters can be from an academic staff who has supervised you or a current/previous employer. certified by your institution.sg . Where a transcript is in a language other than English. certified by your institution ☐ Copies of your transcripts. a certified statement on the degrees/academic qualifications achieved with a listing of subjects studied and subject examination results is required. Annex B Application Two copies of each of the following documents must be submitted: ☐ Application Form A238 (completed and endorsed) ☐ Medical Examination Form A228 (1 original and 1 copy) ☐ Copies of your certificates of degrees/diplomas.) ☐ Copies of current/valid IELTS or official TOEFL results certified by your institution (for applicants from non-English medium education systems) The above documents should be returned to RELC by: (1) Email : sce@relc.

and Delivery evaluative analysis conducted at RELC. participants will be able to:  Acquire an up-to-date knowledge of theories.  The integration of theory and classroom practice will be achieved via journal writing. visual. gestural and spatial.  Key reading theories and writing approaches will be explored and Rationale discussed vis-à-vis the course participants’ teaching and learning contexts.) Course Overview  This course deals with the principles. and  Discuss and develop lessons in teaching different types and levels of reading and writing skills. sample lesson plans and micro-teaching sessions. 5. written. principles and practices Aims in the teaching of reading and writing. 9 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . Teaching Writing Lectures. task-based workshops. Teaching Reading Components 6. writing and representing) involving more than one mode of conveying meaning – spoken.  There will be a special focus on helping participants to make the transition from the traditional print-based literacy to multimodal-based literacy (reading and viewing. design and procedures in the teaching of reading and writing in ESL/EFL situations as well as in a multimodal world. Annex B COURSE INFORMATION 2018 Advanced Specialist Certificate (I) in 23 Jan – C112 Teaching Reading and Writing 9 Feb 2018 (Important: This document should be read by all applicants prior to completing the application form for admission. Duration 3 weeks (54 hours) By the end of the course. discussions of prescribed readings.

applicants are required to pass the RELC English selection test. Course Aw ard The course will lead to the award of an Advanced Specialist Certificate (I) in Teaching Reading and Writing. and c) Candidates must meet the minimum language scores for any of the following: o IELTS: 6. 10 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . Annex B Course Requirements To complete the course successfully. and c) Complete all assignments and an exam. 79 internet based. 213 computer-based.67 and above) o Malaysian University English test (MUET): Band 4 and above o CU TEP with a score of 65 (equivalent to IELTS 6. o GCE A Level General Paper: C6 and above. o TOEFL: 550 paper-based. b) At least two years of full-time English language teaching experience or experience in English language/curriculum planning and language development programmes. English Language. b) Attain a satisfactory standard in required course work.5) and above o APTIS (all four macro skills) B2 and above Without meeting any of the above. or o Cambridge Advanced English (CAE): C and above o SPM 1119 English: B and above (GPK/PNG 3. o GCE O Level English: B3 and above.and above (CGPA/HGMP 2. a candidate must: a) Satisfy class attendance requirements. A course participant whose progress has not been satisfactory may be required to terminate his/her candidature. TESOL or Education.5. Entry Requirements The requirements for admission to the course are: a) An approved bachelor’s degree (or equivalent qualifications) in Linguistics.00 and above)/Kepujian Tinggi and above o STPM General Paper/English Literature: B.

00 (inclusive of GST) Students from outside Singapore are advised to subscribe to the Group Health Insurance Scheme at S$53. c) Refund of fees  The registration fee is strictly non-refundable.50 (inclusive of GST) will be charged if the notice of cancellation / withdrawal is made less than 5 calendar days from the date on which the payment is received.  Cancellation of enrolment must be made in writing. b) Payment of fees  The Registration Fee must be submitted together with the Application Form and supporting documents.  Fees are payable before the commencement of the course.  An Administration Fee of S$160.00 (inclusive of GST) will be imposed for cheques which are dishonoured. as medical costs in the event of illness can be very high.300.  Full course fees paid is non-refundable if the notice cancellation / withdrawal is made after 5 calendar days from the date on which the payment was received.20 (inclusive of GST) Tuition fee $1. and  Withdrawals after the course has commenced will not be eligible for refund. or for the loss of baggage and other personal belongings in transit or in Singapore.  Cheques should be crossed and made payable to the SEAMEO Regional Language Centre. travel and personal accident insurance for students. and  An administration fee of S$50. and  Students are expected to incur additional costs for miscellaneous learning materials.  RELC does not accept any responsibility for accidents on journeys to and from Singapore or in Singapore. Note:  All fees are subject to change without notice. Annex B Fees a ) Fee components Description Amount (in Singapore dollars) Registration fee $64.50 per month (inclusive of GST). 11 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 .  RELC will also not be responsible for taking out air.

sg . Annex B Application Two copies of each of the following documents must be submitted: ☐ Application Form A238 (completed and endorsed) ☐ Medical Examination Form A228 (1 original and 1 copy) ☐ Copies of your certificates of degrees/diplomas.) ☐ Reference letters (The two reference letters can be from an academic staff who has supervised you or a current/previous employer. 30 Orange Grove Road Singapore 258352 | Tel: (65) 6885 7886 | Fax: (65) 6734 2753 12 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . certified by your institution.) ☐ Copies of current/valid IELTS or official TOEFL results certified by your institution (for applicants from non-English medium education systems) The above documents should be returned to RELC by: (1) Email : sce@relc. certified by your institution ☐ Copies of your transcripts.org. Where a transcript is in a language other than English. and (2) Registered mail : Scholarships and Corporate Enterprise SEAMEO Regional Language Centre (RELC) 30 Orange Grove Road Singapore 258352 Republic of Singapore Closing Date The closing date for application is 4 October 2017. it should be accompanied by a certified translation into English. a certified statement on the degrees/academic qualifications achieved with a listing of subjects studied and subject examination results is required. (In the absence of a transcript.

this specialist certificate course engages course participants in learning how to use and teach English across cultures. As English is used as a lingua franca among speakers of diverse Rationale languages and cultures in today’s globalised world. 13 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . Based on the TEIL perspective.  To guide participants learn how to develop and teach materials/curriculum for teaching English as a regional/global lingua franca. there is a need to develop curriculum and pedagogical strategies that engage students in learning how to communicate across languages and cultures. It aims to fulfil the following objectives:  To raise participants’ language awareness for teaching English as a lingua franca. Aims  To enhance participants’ language and communication skills for multilingual and intercultural contexts. Annex B COURSE INFORMATION 2018 Specialist Certificate in Teaching 20 Feb – TEIL English as an International Language 9 Mar 2018 Course Overview The status of an ‘international language’ given to English due to its predominant use in a variety of international economic and cultural arenas has led to a paradigm shift from TESL/TEFL to TEIL (teaching English as an International Language). Duration 3 weeks (54 hours) The course is intended for English language teachers with at least two years of teaching experience in the classroom.

2. Develop awareness and understanding of the current landscape of the English language in the world and in the ASEAN region. diverse student populations. 5. Apply the pedagogical principles of teaching English as an International Language to various classroom situations. and appreciation of. Delivery Two approaches will be used in this course to engage participants in learning to be a successful 14 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . the participants will be able to: 1. Demonstrate an understanding of the complex relationships between language and culture.  Interaction sessions with participants from other courses. Use knowledge and skills to communicate and teach English across cultures. Annex B  To profile pedagogical ideas that are informed by current literature on TEIL. Outcomes and Deliverables Upon completion of the programme.  Teaching an English lesson based on the principles of TEIL. 3. Demonstrate competency in teaching EIL by conducting oneself with sensitivity to. 4. Components a) 2-week course on the principles and practices of teaching EIL  Language Variation 1: World Englishes  Language Variation 2: Asian Englishes (Singapore)  Intercultural Communication  Technology and Intercultural Communication  Principles of Teaching English as an International Language (TEIL)  EIL curriculum and syllabus materials development  Teaching Macro-skills for Intercultural Communication b) 1-week for observing and teaching an Intercultural Communication lesson  Observing Cultural Awareness Lessons.

o GCE A Level General Paper: C6 and above. 213 computer-based. b) At least 2 years of experience teaching English in the classroom. Lesson Observation Report (40%) Course Aw ard The course will lead to the award of a Specialist Certificate in Teaching English as an International Language (TEIL). Annex B international/intercultural user and teacher of English in a wide variety of institutional settings and cultural contexts:  The experiential learning approach: participants are provided with an opportunity to experience using and teaching English in multicultural contexts. Course Requirements To complete the course successfully. b) Attain a satisfactory standard in required course work. Entry Requirements The requirements for admission to the course are: a) A minimum of 2 years study in an approved tertiary institution where English is the medium of instruction (to be verified by the institution).5 o TOEFL: 550 paper-based.  The problem-based learning approach: participants are engaged in learning to resolve a wide range of mis-intercultural communication scenarios in both social and professional contexts. Lesson Plan (20%) B. Microteaching (40%) C. o GCE O Level English: B3 and above. a candidate must: a) Satisfy class attendance requirements. 79 internet based. or o Cambridge Advanced English (CAE): C and above o SPM 1119 English: B and above (GPK/PNG 3. Assessment There will be three assignments: A. and c) Complete all assignments.and above (CGPA/HGMP 2.00 and above)/Kepujian Tinggi and above o STPM General Paper/English Literature: B. and c) Candidates must meet the minimum language scores for any of the following: o IELTS: 6.67 and 15 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 .

50 (inclusive of GST) will be payable if the notice of cancellation / withdrawal is made less than 5 calendar days from the date on which the payment is received. and  An administration fee of S$50.  Cheques should be crossed and made payable to the SEAMEO Regional Language Centre. as medical costs in the event of illness can be very high. Note:  All fees are subject to change without notice.  Cancellation of enrolment must be made in writing. c) Refund policy  The registration fee is strictly non-refundable.  RELC will also not be responsible for taking out air.  Full course fees paid is non-refundable if the notice cancellation / withdrawal is made after 5 calendar days from the date on which the payment was received. 16 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 .  RELC does not accept any responsibility for accidents on journeys to and from Singapore or in Singapore. and  Withdrawals after the course has commenced will not be eligible for refund.20 (inclusive of GST) Tuition fee $1. and  Students are expected to incur additional costs for miscellaneous learning materials.  An Administration Fee of S$160. Annex B above) o Malaysian University English test (MUET): Band 4 and above o CU TEP with a score of 65 (equivalent to 6.50 per month (inclusive of GST).00 (inclusive of GST) will be imposed for cheques which are dishonoured.  Fees are payable before the commencement of the course. Fees a ) Fee components Description Amount (in Singapore dollars) Registration fee $64. or for the loss of baggage and other personal belongings in transit or in Singapore.00 (inclusive of GST) Students from outside Singapore are advised to subscribe to the Group Health Insurance Scheme at S$53. b) Payment of fees  The Registration Fee must be submitted together with the Application Form and supporting documents.5) and above o APTIS (all four macro skills) B2 and above Without meeting any of the above. travel and personal accident insurance for students. applicants are required to pass the RELC English selection test.300.

org.sg . 30 Orange Grove Road Singapore 258352 | Tel: (65) 6885 7886 | Fax: (65) 6734 2753 17 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 .) ☐ Reference letters (The two reference letters can be from an academic staff who has supervised you or a current/previous employer. Where a transcript is in a language other than English.) ☐ Copies of current/valid IELTS or official TOEFL results certified by your institution (for applicants from non-English medium education systems) The above documents should be returned to RELC by: (1) Email : sce@relc. certified by your institution ☐ Copies of your transcripts. and (2) Registered mail : Scholarships and Corporate Enterprise SEAMEO Regional Language Centre (RELC) 30 Orange Grove Road Singapore 258352 Republic of Singapore Closing Date The closing date for application is 4 October 2017. certified by your institution. (In the absence of a transcript. a certified statement on the degrees/academic qualifications achieved with a listing of subjects studied and subject examination results is required. it should be accompanied by a certified translation into English. Annex B Application Two copies of each of the following documents must be submitted: ☐ Application Form A238 (completed and endorsed) ☐ Medical Examination Form A228 (1 original and 1 copy) ☐ Copies of your certificates of degrees/diplomas.

Annex B COURSE INFORMATION 2018 26 Feb 2018 MA Master of Arts in Teaching English to – TESOL Speakers of Other Languages 25 Feb 2019 A one-year full-time programme jointly offered by the Victoria University of Wellington.25 Feb 2019): On-line Period and Nature of (Note: Dates listed are tentative and subject to change. graduates should be able to:  Prepare and critically assess teaching materials. theory and descriptions of classroom practice in language teaching.  Read and evaluate research.  The programme will begin on 26 February 2018 and end on 25 Feb 2019.  It is a blended full-time one-year programme which consists of two face-to-face courses and two blended courses taught at RELC. 18 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 .  Advise teachers on effective procedures and interventions. Students are required to attend 34 weeks of compulsory residential school: o Weeks 1-34 (26 Feb – 19 Oct 2018): Residential o Weeks 35-52 (22 Oct 2018 .) Programme Overview By the end of the programme.  Account for individual differences and difficulties in language learning. and four on-line courses.  Plan a programme of language study. Aims  Monitor and assess learners’ progress.) Study  Students will complete the on-line courses in their home country during weeks 35—52. New Zealand and SEAMEO RELC (Important: This document should be read by all applicants prior to completing the application form for admission. Each course is worth fifteen points. and  Plan and carry out their own small-scale empirical research studies.

and considers Discourse Analysis applications in language teaching. This course draws on research and classroom Special Topic: Task. It covers the areas of Based Language task-based course design. LALS#544 Discourse is language in use. issues and options of language course design and evaluation.g. A key Learner Autonomy & emphasis will be placed on how the theories and research covered can Learning Strategies be translated into classroom practice. LALS#519 Task-based language teaching (TBLT) has been extensively researched and adopted. The implications and applications will be related to individual teachers’ classroom contexts. It combines Classroom-based current reflective language teaching theory with the development of a Research for hands-on action research plan. LALS#520 This course looks at the role of the learner and the effect of individual differences on second language learning.) for the preparation of assignments will be provided by the lecturers. Language Curriculum Design LALS#527 This course looks at the teaching of English to young learners in a second or foreign language context focusing on the development of a Teaching Young theoretical framework and understanding of how children learn a Learners second/foreign language. Learning Grammar LALS#515 The aim of this course is to familiarise students with the processes. and assessment as well as the Teaching design of tasks for beginners and children through to advanced learners and adults. methodology. affect. aptitude and learner response to feedback are Language Learning explored. topic. with a view to helping practitioners Teaching and optimise their design of course materials and classroom activities. LALS#528 The course focuses on the role of teachers as researcher who are seeking their classroom teaching/learning environment. This course explores the analysis of discourse structure in spoken and/or written text. length. Annex B Description of Courses Students are required to complete eight compulsory courses: COURSE CODE/ DESCRIPTION TITLE LALS#512 An analysis and evaluation of diverse pedagogical interventions intended to facilitate grammar acquisition. Issues such as learner Learners and Second motivation. perspectives to explore teaching through tasks. Note: Courses are subject to change *Guidelines (e. format. Language Teachers LALS#525 This course introduces the principles and practices associated with learner autonomy and learner strategies in language learning. 19 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . etc.

a candidate must: a) Obtain a pass in all eight courses. strategies for deliberate learning and teaching. factors that influence incidental acquisition. Education or a language other than English (or another relevant degree). English Language. c) Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Linguistics conferred by SEAMEO RELC (those with equivalent qualifications will be considered on a case-by-case basis) Applicants who do not meet this requirement would have to complete 4 additional on- line courses listed below: COURSE CODE / DESCRIPTION TITLE LALS#510 Listening & This course critically examines issues related to listening and speaking in Speaking in the the second language classroom. Programme of Study Programme participants must satisfactorily complete all eight courses as listed. A programme participant whose progress has not been satisfactory may be required to terminate his/her candidature. Programme Aw ard The programme will lead to the award of a Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages conferred by the Victoria University of Wellington. and assessment of vocabulary knowledge. LALS#521 Language A study of the theory and practice of developing courses for adult for Specific Purposes learners with specific professional or academic purposes for learning a 20 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . and c) Complete all on-line tasks. where applicable. including Learning Vocabulary questions regarding selection. Annex B Programme Requirements To complete the programme successfully. Admission Requirements The requirements for admission to the programme are: a) Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics. New Zealand. It draws on principles derived from Language Classroom second language acquisition research that can inform effective teaching practice in these areas. Programme details are subject to change. LALS#522 Teaching & A study of vocabulary in language learning and teaching. b) At least 2 years of professional experience in language education or other areas of applied linguistics. b) Satisfy class attendance requirements.

or TOEFL 575 with (preferably) a TWE of 5. and 21 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . The exchange rate chargeable would be determined by RELC.50 per month (inclusive of GST). travel and personal accident insurance for students. b) Payment of fees  The Registration Fee must be submitted together with the Application Form and supporting documents. Testing especially for the purpose of assessing achievement or proficiency in a second language. In particular. Students from outside Singapore are advised to subscribe to the Group Health Insurance Scheme at S$53.00# (inclusive of GST) # Please note that fees are subject to change and candidates are required to pay the tuition fees in Singapore dollars at point of collection.5 with no sub-score below 6.116. Annex B COURSE CODE / DESCRIPTION TITLE language. and  Students are expected to incur additional costs for miscellaneous learning materials.  Fees are payable before the commencement of the course.  RELC does not accept any responsibility for accidents on journeys to and from Singapore or in Singapore. as medical costs in the event of illness can be very high. *Courses are subject to change d) For students from non-English speaking backgrounds. or 90 on the internet-based test with a minimum 20 in writing. or 237 on the computer-based test. the course examines ways of understanding the specific purposes in detail through analysis of target communication. and how learning opportunities relevant to that target should be selected and managed in particular contexts of learning.0. or Pearson Test of English: minimum score of 65(with a 'Communicative' score of not less than 58) is required Fees a ) Fee components Description Amount Registration fee S$128.  RELC will also not be responsible for taking out air. development and analysis of language tests.  Cheques should be crossed and made payable to the SEAMEO Regional Language Centre. an overall IELTS score of 6. LALS#524 Language A study of the design.40 (inclusive of GST) Tuition fee NZD$20. Note:  All fees are subject to change at any time without notice. or for the loss of baggage and other personal belongings in transit or in Singapore.

org.) ☐ Copies of your passport. Annex B  An administration fee of S$50. certified by your institution ☐ Copies of current/valid IELTS or official TOEFL results certified by your institution (for applicants from non-English medium education systems) The above documents should be returned to RELC by: (1) Email : sce@relc.50 (inclusive of GST) will be payable if the notice of cancellation / withdrawal is made less than 5 calendar days from the date on which the payment is received. c) Refund policy  The registration fee is strictly non-refundable.00 (inclusive of GST) will be imposed for cheques which are dishonoured.  An Administration Fee of S$160. Application Two copies of each of the following documents must be submitted: ☐ Application Form A238 (completed and endorsed) ☐ Victoria University of Wellington Application to Study as an International Student ☐ Medical Examination Form A228 (1 original and 1 copy) ☐ Copies of your certificates of degrees/diplomas. (In the absence of a transcript. Where a transcript is in a language other than English. and (2) Registered mail : Scholarships and Corporate Enterprise SEAMEO Regional Language Centre (RELC) 30 Orange Grove Road Singapore 258352 Republic of Singapore Closing Date The closing date for application is 4 October 2017.  Cancellation of enrolment must be made in writing.  Full course fees paid is non-refundable if the notice cancellation / withdrawal is made after 5 calendar days from the date on which the payment was received. it should be accompanied by a certified translation into English. a certified statement on the degrees/academic qualifications achieved with a listing of subjects studied and subject examination results is required.) ☐ Reference letters (The two reference letters can be from an academic staff who has supervised you or a current/previous employer. 30 Orange Grove Road Singapore 258352 | Tel: (65) 6885 7886 | Fax: (65) 6734 2753 22 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . certified by your institution.sg . and  Withdrawals after the course has commenced will not be eligible for refund. certified by your institution ☐ Copies of your transcripts.

 Identify and design test specifications for AfL and AoL in 23 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . participants will be able to:  Understand the key concepts. the nature of effective feedback.  In AfL. They will be taught how to develop test specifications within the context of an English syllabus.) Course Overview  This course is specifically designed for language instructors and assessors who are interested in understanding and applying both assessment for learning (AfL) and assessment of learning (AoL) within the context of their respective institution’s English language syllabuses or courses. Issues pertaining to school-based assessment that supports high-quality learning will also be discussed. course participants will be provided with an overview of the principles of summative language testing.  In AoL. course participants will be given ample hands-on opportunities to demonstrate how AfL is integrated into everyday English lessons. They will also be guided to assess summatively the receptive and productive language skills. It will raise their awareness and appreciation of how AfL complements AoL in language assessment. The key approaches towards implementing such formative assessment involve relooking at the role of the teacher-as-assessor. and how to create a classroom culture of learner autonomy and collaboration. Duration 3 weeks (54 hours) By the end of the course. principles and practices of Aims language assessment of learning and for learning. informing teachers as well as learners of the Rationale learning development and process. Annex B COURSE INFORMATION 2018 Advanced Specialist Certificate (I) in 20 Mar – C113 Language Assessment 6 Apr 2018 (Important: This document should be read by all applicants prior to completing the application form for admission.

67 and above) o Malaysian University English test (MUET): B and 4 and above 24 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 .  Analyse. English Language. and c) Complete all assignments and an exam. 213 computer-based. b) Attain a satisfactory standard in required course work. or o Cambridge Advanced English (CAE): C and above o SPM 1119 English: B and above (GPK/PNG 3. TESOL or Education. Assessment of Learning Components 8. and c) Candidates must meet the minimum language scores for any of the following: o IELTS: 6. discussions of prescribed readings. Course Aw ard The course will lead to the award of an Advanced Specialist Certificate (I) in Language Assessment. Entry Requirements The requirements for admission to the course are: a) An approved bachelor’s degree (or equivalent qualifications) in Linguistics.  Construct reliable. a candidate must: a) Satisfy class attendance requirements. o GCE O Level English: B3 and above. Annex B alignment with specific language syllabuses/courses. o GCE A Level General Paper: C6 and above. task-based workshops. 7. interpret and use data from and results of AfL to provide informed and constructive feedback to help improve students’ language learning. o TOEFL: 550 paper-based. Assessment for Learning Lectures. A course participant whose progress has not been satisfactory may be required to terminate his/her candidature.and above (CGPA/HGMP 2.5. b) At least two years of full-time English language teaching experience or experience in English language/curriculum planning and language development programmes. valid and practical types and modes of AfL and AoL . and  Evaluate and appraise both AfL and AoL that are currently used in their institution. 79 internet based. Course Requirements To complete the course successfully. Delivery and evaluative analysis conducted at RELC.00 and above)/Kepujian Tinggi and above o STPM General Paper/English Literature: B.

as medical costs in the event of illness can be very high. b) Payment of fees  The Registration Fee must be submitted together with the Application Form and supporting documents.  Fees are payable before the commencement of the course. and  Students are expected to incur additional costs for miscellaneous learning materials. c) Refund policy  The registration fee is strictly non-refundable. travel and personal accident insurance for students.00 (inclusive of GST) Students from outside Singapore are advised to subscribe to the Group Health Insurance Scheme at S$53.50 (inclusive of GST) will be payable if the notice of cancellation / withdrawal is made less than 5 calendar days from the date on which the payment is received. Note:  All fees are subject to change without notice.  Cancellation of enrolment must be made in writing. and  Withdrawals after the course has commenced will not be eligible for refund. 25 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 .5) and above o APTIS (all four macro skills) B2 and above Without meeting any of the above. applicants are required to pass the RELC English selection test.00 (inclusive of GST) will be imposed for cheques which are dishonoured.300.  Full course fees paid is non-refundable if the notice cancellation / withdrawal is made after 5 calendar days from the date on which the payment was received. and  An administration fee of S$50. or for the loss of baggage and other personal belongings in transit or in Singapore. Fees a ) Fee components Description Amount (in Singapore dollars) Registration fee $64.50 per month (inclusive of GST). Annex B o CU TEP with a score of 65 (equivalent to IELTS 6.  RELC will also not be responsible for taking out air.  Cheques should be crossed and made payable to the SEAMEO Regional Language Centre.  An Administration Fee of S$160.20 (inclusive of GST) Tuition fee $1.  RELC does not accept any responsibility for accidents on journeys to and from Singapore or in Singapore.

org.) ☐ Reference letters (The two reference letters can be from an academic staff who has supervised you or a current/previous employer. a certified statement on the degrees/academic qualifications achieved with a listing of subjects studied and subject examination results is required.sg . (In the absence of a transcript.) ☐ Copies of current/valid IELTS or official TOEFL results certified by your institution (for applicants from non-English medium education systems) The above documents should be returned to RELC by: (1) Email : sce@relc. Where a transcript is in a language other than English. Annex B Application Two copies of each of the following documents must be submitted: ☐ Application Form A238 (completed and endorsed) ☐ Medical Examination Form A228 (1 original and 1 copy) ☐ Copies of your certificates of degrees/diplomas. certified by your institution. 30 Orange Grove Road Singapore 258352 | Tel: (65) 6885 7886 | Fax: (65) 6734 2753 26 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . it should be accompanied by a certified translation into English. and (2) Registered mail : Scholarships and Corporate Enterprise SEAMEO Regional Language Centre (RELC) 30 Orange Grove Road Singapore 258352 Republic of Singapore Closing Date The closing date for application is 4 October 2017. certified by your institution ☐ Copies of your transcripts.

 The period of study is from 2 July to 14 December 2018 (24 weeks). With a successful completion. teachers and specialists in the region who have a first degree and teaching experience. Students are required to attend 10 weeks of compulsory residential school: o Weeks 1-6 (2 Jul—10 Aug): Residential Period and Nature of o Weeks 7-18 (13 Aug—2 Nov): Online Study o Weeks 19-20 (5—16 Nov): Break o Weeks 21-24 (19 Nov—14 Dec): Residential (Note: Dates listed are tentative and subject to change.)  Students will do the 3 blended (on-line) modules in their home country during weeks 7—18.  The Diploma will benefit language lecturers. combining on-line 27 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 .  This course consists of six modules: Delivery o Three are delivered in a blended mode. Aims  Discuss the main processes involved in second language acquisition and development. participants should be able to:  Apply the knowledge and principles of linguistic study to practical language teaching in their own context. Annex B COURSE INFORMATION 2018 Blended Postgraduate Diploma in 2 Jul – C103 Applied Linguistics 14 Dec 2018 (Important: This document should be read by all applicants prior to completing the application form for admission. and  Demonstrate an understanding of the major approaches and methods that have influenced second language education.) Course Overview  Designed to enhance the theoretical understanding and practical teaching skills of English Language professionals in the Asia- Pacific region who are interested in obtaining a postgraduate Rationale qualification in teaching ESL/EFL.

the following topics will be covered in the modules: a) Practices and Principles for Teaching Grammar (Face-to-Face)* This module prepares course participants to teach grammar in a wide variety of intra/international contexts. linguistic anthropology and bilingual studies). The overall goal is to help course participants understand 28 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . Description of Modules Module Mode of delivery Mode of Assessment a) Practices and Principles for Continuous Assessment and Exam Face-to-Face Teaching Grammar* Continuous Assessment and Exam b) Second Language Acquisition* Face-to-Face Continuous Assessment and Exam c) Teaching Listening and Speaking Blended Continuous Assessment and Exam d) Teaching Reading and Writing Blended Continuous Assessment and Exam e) Language Assessment Blended f) Language Curriculum Design and Continuous Assessment and Exam Face-to-Face Implementation *Modules may be subject to change The content of the modules are subject to change. and o Three are delivered entirely face-to-face at RELC. psychology and sociology as well as the interrelated sub-disciplines and research areas (e. and assessment tasks that can potentially be implemented in their own teaching and learning contexts. and future directions for researching/teaching grammar are also discussed. sociolinguistics. b) Second Language Acquisition (Face-to-Face)* This is an interdisciplinary module that explores how people acquire bilingual or multilingual ability. The issues surrounding teaching grammar. In light of these discussions. and what happens in the process of their doing so. psycholinguistics. learned. In addition to introducing course participants to different conceptualisations of language/grammar. the module provides participants with an opportunity to design their own lesson plans.  Learner Training is provided to familiarise learners with the system to be used for the online learning. developmental psychology. The exploration draws on theory and research from linguistics. Annex B and face-to-face teaching. the module engages them in critical discussions on a variety of pedagogical principles and practices for teaching English language grammar. Broadly. and taught. The status of English as a global language has prompted a shift in the ways in which English grammar is conceptualised.g.

designing. The course will also critically examine current approaches to teaching listening and speaking skills and will incorporate a dimension of multimodality. course participants will become familiar with the many trends and challenges in language curriculum design and implementation *Modules may be subject to change Course Requirements To complete the course successfully. c) Teaching Listening and Speaking (Blended) This module is designed firstly to develop participants’ understanding of the theoretical bases for the teaching of listening and speaking skills in an ESL/EFL classroom. d) Teaching Reading and Writing (Blended) This module deals with the principles. The integration of theory and classroom practice will be achieved via journal writing. and classroom tasks and activities. and grading of assessment related to receptive and productive language skills. Course participants will have the opportunity to reflect on their own language assessment practice in relation to their teaching objectives. this module will explore the rationale for assessment for learning. explaining and evaluating the beliefs and assumptions underpinning learning and teaching practices. 29 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . There will also be hands-on practice in the planning. written. as well as acquire a framework for observing. quizzes and assignments. Through lectures. group work discussions. e) Language Assessment (Blended) This module introduces the basic theoretical principles related to language assessment. There will be a special focus on helping participants to make the transition from the traditional print-based literacy to multimodal-based literacy (reading and viewing. visual. f) Language Curriculum Design and Implementation (Face-to-Face) This module combines current language curriculum theory with hands-on application. writing and representing) involving more than one mode of conveying meaning – spoken. A course participant whose progress has not been satisfactory may be required to terminate his/her candidature. a candidate must: a) Obtain a pass in all modules. design and procedures in the teaching of reading and writing in ESL/EFL situations as well as in a multimodal world. research reports and other writing about language learning. and the key approaches in implementing such classroom-based assessment. b) Satisfy face-to-face class attendance requirements. Annex B the complexity of language acquisition and development. It also gives focus on the types of micro-skills and strategies involved in listening and speaking and some of the issues and challenges involved in teaching these skills. sample lesson plans and micro-teaching sessions. and c) Satisfy online mandatory course requirements in terms of the completion of forum postings. gestural and spatial. readings. Additionally. Key reading theories and writing approaches will be explored and discussed vis-à-vis the course participants’ teaching and learning contexts.

o GCE O Level English: B3 and above. TESOL or Education. participants must ensure that they have the following minimum requirements being they can use the LMS program:  Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer (IE) 8.5) and above o APTIS (all four macro skills) B2 and above Without meeting any of the above. or o Cambridge Advanced English (CAE): C and above o SPM 1119 English: B and above (GPK/PNG 3.and above (CGPA/HGMP 2. 213 computer-based. 79 internet based.5. o TOEFL: 550 paper-based. English Language. Vista or XP SP3 o Adobe Flash Player 11 or later o Adobe Shockwave Player 11. IT Requirements As this is an online course. o GCE A Level General Paper: C6 and above. b) At least two years of full-time English language teaching experience or experience in English language/curriculum planning and language development programmes.00 and above)/Kepujian Tinggi and above o STPM General Paper/English Literature: B. and c) Candidates must meet the minimum language scores for any of the following: o IELTS: 6.5 or later o Sun Java TM 6 Update 23 or later o Cookies (activated) 30 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . Admission Requirements The requirements for admission to the programme are: a) An approved bachelor’s degree (or equivalent qualifications) in Linguistics.0 internet browsers  Desktop/Notebook PC minimum technical specifications: o CPU: Intel Core i3 (minimum) o Main memory: 2 GB (minimum) o Hard disk: 320GB o Webcam  Internet speed: A minimum of 1 MB/sec  Software specifications: o Desktop/Notebook Operating System: Windows 7.67 and above) o Malaysian University English test (MUET): Band 4 and above o CU TEP with a score of 65 (equivalent to IELTS 6. applicants are required to pass the RELC English selection test. Annex B Course Aw ard The course will lead to the award of a Blended Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Linguistics.

 RELC will also not be responsible for taking out air.50 per month (inclusive of GST). Annex B o Microsoft Office (2003 upwards) or Open Office Fees a ) Fee components Description Amount (in Singapore dollars) Registration fee $64.50 (inclusive of GST) will be payable if the notice of cancellation / withdrawal is made less than 5 calendar days from the date on which the payment is received. and  Withdrawals after the course has commenced will not be eligible for refund.  RELC does not accept any responsibility for accidents on journeys to and from Singapore or in Singapore.  An Administration Fee of S$160.  Full course fees paid is non-refundable if the notice cancellation / withdrawal is made after 5 calendar days from the date on which the payment was received.600. 31 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . travel and personal accident insurance for students. c) Refund policy  The registration fee is strictly non-refundable. or for the loss of baggage and other personal belongings in transit or in Singapore.  Fees are payable before the commencement of the course.  Cheques should be crossed and made payable to the SEAMEO Regional Language Centre. as medical costs in the event of illness can be very high. and  An administration fee of S$50. b) Payment of fees  The Registration Fee must be submitted together with the Application Form and supporting documents. and  Students are expected to incur additional costs for miscellaneous learning materials.  Cancellation of enrolment must be made in writing.00 (inclusive of GST) Students from outside Singapore are advised to subscribe to the Group Health Insurance Scheme at S$53.00 (inclusive of GST) will be imposed for cheques which are dishonoured. Note:  All fees are subject to change without notice.20 (inclusive of GST) Tuition fee $4.

and (2) Registered mail : Scholarships and Corporate Enterprise SEAMEO Regional Language Centre (RELC) 30 Orange Grove Road Singapore 258352 Republic of Singapore Closing Date The closing date for application is 28 February 2018.org. it should be accompanied by a certified translation into English. certified by your institution ☐ Copies of your transcripts. Annex B Application Two copies of each of the following documents must be submitted: ☐ Application Form A238 (completed and endorsed) ☐ Medical Examination Form A228 (1 original and 1 copy) ☐ Copies of your certificates of degrees/diplomas. certified by your institution.) ☐ Reference letters (The two reference letters can be from an academic staff who has supervised you or a current/previous employer.) ☐ Copies of current/valid IELTS or official TOEFL results certified by your institution (for applicants from non-English medium education systems) The above documents should be returned to RELC by: (1) Email : sce@relc.sg . 30 Orange Grove Road Singapore 258352 | Tel: (65) 6885 7886 | Fax: (65) 6734 2753 32 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . (In the absence of a transcript. Where a transcript is in a language other than English. a certified statement on the degrees/academic qualifications achieved with a listing of subjects studied and subject examination results is required.

 The course will also show course participants how published and authentic materials can be adapted for CLIL lessons. participants will be able to:  Show a critical awareness of the theoretical domains of language education and learning which contribute to an understanding of CLIL. evaluative analysis and consultations with teaching staff. currently or in the future. micro-teaching.  Evaluate the skills required by teachers involved in CLIL. Lectures. This course is conducted at RELC. there will be practical sessions on delivering CLIL microteaching in order for participants to put their newly acquired theoretical and methodological ideas and techniques to practical use. 33 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . Duration 3 weeks (54 hours) By the end of the course.  Identify and explore key issues in course and task design integrating content and language. Aims  Explore in practical ways the materials and methodology appropriate to CLIL. In addition. and  Identify the modes of delivery and types of classroom interaction most appropriate to CLIL.  Course participants will learn the concept of CLIL and focus on specific areas of language development for classroom management and instruction. Annex B COURSE INFORMATION 2018 Specialist Certificate on Content and 2 – 19 Oct C421 Language Integrated Learning 2018 (Important: This document should be read by all applicants prior to completing the application form for admission. Teaching techniques which are transferable to a variety of subjects across the Rationale curriculum will be introduced and demonstrated. professional discussions of Delivery prescribed readings. task-based workshops.) Course Overview  This course is aimed at secondary and higher education teachers/lecturers who are expected to deliver content lessons in English.

information. both in written and spoken form. b) Content Area Text-Types (Written and Spoken) & Materials Design (27 hours) This component aims to enhance course participants’ language awareness of content area text- types for academic purposes. and  ways of enhancing learners’ content-based knowledge through various questioning techniques. Course Requirements To complete the course successfully. English Language. Annex B Course Components a) The Study of Content and Language Integrated Learning (27 hours) This component aims to enhance course participants’ awareness of the principles and best practices in CLIL as well as to familiarise them with appropriate strategies to help second language learners of English acquire the language.  ways of creating a language-rich class environment to support content learning and extend critical thinking skills. Participants will be required to demonstrate that they have understood:  the principles underlying effective teaching practice.g. Entry Requirements The course accepts a wide range of qualifications for entry into the programme. microteaching. Course Aw ard The course will lead to the award of a Specialist Certificate on Content and Language Integrated Learning. and c) Complete all assignments. a candidate must: a) Satisfy class attendance requirements. evaluative feedback and reflection. and comparison/contrast. or Education or a bachelor’s degree (or equivalent qualifications) in Content Subject(s). descriptive. 34 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . It will include analysis of different types of academic texts e.  the theoretical domains of language education and learning which contribute to an understanding of CLIL.. TESOL. b) Attain a satisfactory standard in required course work. It will also include strategies to help participants to develop. It will include the development of lesson plans for teaching content in English and for helping students to improve their English through content. argumentative. select and adapt materials by paying attention to these text-types in order to improve their students’ language skills. The component will also include lesson planning. The requirements for admission to the course are: a) A bachelor’s degree (or equivalent qualifications) in Linguistics.

 RELC will also not be responsible for taking out air. and c) Candidates must meet the minimum language scores for any of the following: o IELTS: 6. Note:  All fees are subject to change without notice.  RELC does not accept any responsibility for accidents on journeys to and from Singapore or in Singapore. 213 computer-based.and above (CGPA/HGMP 2. o TOEFL: 550 paper-based. Fees a ) Fee components Description Amount (in Singapore dollars) Registration fee $64. o GCE A Level General Paper: C6 and above.50 per month (inclusive of GST). o GCE O Level English: B3 and above. as medical costs in the event of illness can be very high.5. Annex B b) At least 2 years of teaching experience. or for the loss of baggage and other personal belongings in transit or in Singapore. or o Cambridge Advanced English (CAE): C and above o SPM 1119 English: B and above (GPK/PNG 3.00 and above)/Kepujian Tinggi and above o STPM General Paper/English Literature: B.  Cheques should be crossed and made payable to the SEAMEO Regional Language Centre.67 and above) o Malaysian University English test (MUET): Band 4 and above o CU TEP with a score of 65 (equivalent to IELTS 6.5) and above o APTIS (all four macro skills) B2 and above Without meeting any of the above.300. 35 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 . applicants are required to pass the RELC English selection test. 79 internet based. and  An administration fee of S$50.20 (inclusive of GST) Tuition fee $1. and  Students are expected to incur additional costs for miscellaneous learning materials.00 (inclusive of GST) Students from outside Singapore are advised to subscribe to the Group Health Insurance Scheme at S$53.00 (inclusive of GST) will be imposed for cheques which are dishonoured. b) Payment of fees  The Registration Fee must be submitted together with the Application Form and supporting documents.  Fees are payable before the commencement of the course. travel and personal accident insurance for students.

 An Administration Fee of S$160.) ☐ Reference letters (The two reference letters can be from an academic staff who has supervised you or a current/previous employer. Application Two copies of each of the following documents must be submitted: ☐ Application Form A238 (completed and endorsed) ☐ Medical Examination Form A228 (1 original and 1 copy) ☐ Copies of your certificates of degrees/diplomas. (In the absence of a transcript. and (2) Registered mail : Scholarships and Corporate Enterprise SEAMEO Regional Language Centre (RELC) 30 Orange Grove Road Singapore 258352 Republic of Singapore Closing Date The closing date for application is 28 February 2018. it should be accompanied by a certified translation into English.org.) ☐ Copies of current/valid IELTS or official TOEFL results certified by your institution (for applicants from non-English medium education systems) The above documents should be returned to RELC by: (1) Email : sce@relc. and  Withdrawals after the course has commenced will not be eligible for refund.50 (inclusive of GST) will be payable if the notice of cancellation / withdrawal is made less than 5 calendar days from the date on which the payment is received.  Full course fees paid is non-refundable if the notice cancellation / withdrawal is made after 5 calendar days from the date on which the payment was received.  Cancellation of enrolment must be made in writing. 30 Orange Grove Road Singapore 258352 | Tel: (65) 6885 7886 | Fax: (65) 6734 2753 36 of 36 As at 21 June 2017 .sg . certified by your institution. certified by your institution ☐ Copies of your transcripts. Annex B c) Refund policy  The registration fee is strictly non-refundable. Where a transcript is in a language other than English. a certified statement on the degrees/academic qualifications achieved with a listing of subjects studied and subject examination results is required.