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Introduction to Norwegian

Start date: January 16th 2017
FutureLearn offers a 4 weeks course which will give you the basic language skills needed to make new friends and cope with everyday situations, as well as being a stepping stone for a further exploration into Norwegian language, society and culture.

 

Inside IELTS: Preparing for the Test with the Experts
Start date: January 9th 2017
FutureLearn offers a 5 weeks course to help you prepare your IELTS Academic test, answering questions like: What skills are important for success? How do IELTS examiners assess your level? What do you need to do in order to improve your IELTS band score?

 

Italian for beginners

Start date: January 9th 2017
This program, offered by FutureLearn, is composed of six free online Italian courses, created by the Open University, to help you develop your skills in Italian at a basic level, and to introduce you to Italy and its language and culture.

 

Spanish for beginners

Start date: January 9th 2017
This program, offered by FutureLearn, is composed of six free online Spanish courses, created by The Open University, to help you develop your skills in Spanish at a basic level and introduce you to the Spanish-speaking world.

 

Managing Changes

Start date: December 12th 2017
Politecnico di Milano offers a 5 weeks course which will teach you the main dynamics related to personal and professional individual moments of change. You will learn to how face resistance more effectively and develop specific skills for managing the process of change with increased awareness and self-confidence.

 

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