• Medical English continues to be a growing field as more pharmacists, doctors, and nurses leave their home countries and work in English-speaking countries or countries with large international communities.

  • Learning medical English can be difficult if you don't have a background in life sciences like biology, anatomy, and physiology.

    Additionally, medical English lessons should include vocabulary development exercises to help students remember difficult medical terms. It will also focus on developing speaking and listening skills as well as improving reading skills so that it can help you understand those challenging medical journals.

  • Perhaps the most important thing you will do in our intermediate English program is to act out scenarios that model real situations that you will face as a healthcare professional.