English Professional Writing for the Real World

Writing well in English is essential at work, in academic settings, and in everyday life. This class will help high-intermediate to advanced English-language learners acquire practical professional writing skills in a wide range of contexts from emails and business letters to websites and research reports. The focus is on clear writing for any situation. Materials provided in class.

At a glance

What: English Professional Writing for the Real World

When: 4 weeks, Sat, Mar 3-24, 10am-1pm

Where: First Unitarian Society Meeting House, 900 University Bay Dr, Madison, WI

Cost: $195

Continuing education credit: 12 hours (1.2 CEUs)

Instructor: Sara Bembenek-Saborio

Register Online
or register by phone at
608-262-2451

For additional information, contact Julie M. Dahl:

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Join us for four Saturdays to learn ways to improve your English writing skills. We will discuss topics such as formality and organizational patterns, and also work on language issues such as connecting sentences and choosing the best vocabulary.

This course is intended for non-native speakers of English. Take this online placement test» to help you determine your level. (If your result is “High Intermediate” or "Advanced," then this is the right course for you.) You may also call 608-890-3253 with any questions. The cost includes the course materials provided in class.


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