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  • You want to improve your technical English competency.
  • You are prepared to commit 45 to 60 hours of your time.
  • Your command of English is already at an intermediate level.
  • You are a student or professional in computer science, electrical or mechanical engineering or one of the related specialisations.
  • You would like to earn a technical English certificate at the C1.1 level of the Common European Framework (CEF).

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e-Xplore Terms stands for a growing family of open WebCourses, which have become known as terminology trainers. Methodological diversity and game-like elements help you learn English terms most efficiently. Successful candidates may opt for an ESP (English for Specific Purposes) certificate according to the European standard.