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Society today with its focus on IT demands a high level of written and oral proficiency. In most professions it has become more important than ever to communicate clearly and to be able to adjust the content for different audiences. Within most professions, language is one of the most important working tools.

The Division of Language and Communication offers courses for both undergraduate and post graduate students at Chalmers. Contact your student centre to register for any of these courses. More information is found here.

Courses open to all students

Some of our courses are open to everyone at Chalmers. If you intend to take FSP046, CIU285, FSP071, LSP505, you need to take a diagnostic test. You can only take this test if you have a Chalmers CID (log in) which you get on arrival to Chalmers. Simply login and take the test on the entry page.

See the scores below to give you some idea of your level in relation to the course.

FSP046 55% and over
LSP505 65% and over
CIU285/ FSP071 75% and over
The course FSP055 is available to any level

Courses specific to each undergraduate programme:

Architectual engineering (MSc)
Computer science and engineering (MSc)
Electrical engineering (MSc)
Industrial engineering and management (MSc)
Information engineering (MSc)
Mechanical engineering (MSc)
Building and civil engineering
Business development and entrepreneurship
Chemical engineering
Electrical and computer engineering
Mechanical engineering
Mechatronics engineering
Product design engineering
Degree in nautical science
Marine engineering
Shipping and logistics

The Division of Language and Communication is also involved in the bachelor's theses across the disciplines with lectures, seminars and tutoring:
Bachelor's thesis 

Courses for PhD-students and faculty:
Academic writing
Teaching in English

Our web based grammar tool, EngOnline offers self-studies in grammar. You need to log on Chalmers Learning Portal with your CID:


Page Manager: Linda Bradley|Last update: 8/22/2016

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