The Diagnostic English Test (DET) is an English Language test set by the Centre for English Language Communication. It must be taken by all international graduate students from non-English medium universities whose faculties require them to take it.
For more information about the Diagnostic English test (DET), click here.
The Centre For English Language Communication has launched the ungraded online course ELC002 - Effective Online Writing for learners who wish to grasp some foundational knowledge and skills about
You may find out more through this video.
To sign up, please log in to LumiNUS, select Non-Academic Modules under Module Search and
click Yes to ELC002.
CELC will be organizing the CELC Roundtable 2019 from 4-5 December, 2019. This event will be held at the National University of Singapore’s (NUS) University Town.
The theme of the Roundtable is: The Scholarship of English Language Teaching and Learning: Creating Spaces for Inquiring Teacher Practices and Evidencing Student Learning.
This event aims to bring together ELT practitioners for the purposes of fostering the development of scholarly capacities in relation to English Language teaching. The programme features a variety of paper presentations, workshops and a panel discussion, and presentations from renowned scholars whose work has focused on the scholarship of teaching and learning as practised in the area of English Language teaching.
We are glad to have Professor Anne Burns as keynote speaker, and Professors Steve Walsh and Eniko Csomay as our invited speakers.
To access the Roundtable website, please click on the link below.