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English Speaking & Pronunciation (face-to-face)

Do you have trouble with English pronunciation and does this hinder your communication? Would you like to learn to speak English more clearly and fluently? This course will cover all aspects of pronunciation.

Target group

The English Speaking & Pronunciation course is aimed at students who want to improve their fluency.

Course level

B2-C1 and up (CEFR)

Course content

The course is very practical and will provide you with an opportunity to extensively practice your speaking and listening skills. All facets of pronunciation will be covered: individual sounds, word stress, emphasis in sentences, intonation, chunking, and pausing in English. You will work on articulation and emphasis. This course will result in a work plan so that you are fully aware of your stumbling blocks and challenges.

Admission requirements

For this course is an OOPT score between 70 - 90 is required. You can apply for the online OOPT by emailing us at

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Dates and times

Day Start date End date Time
Wednesday 17 April 2024 19 June 2024 19:30-21:15 hrs.

View the full schedule here.

This course is offered annually in February, April/May and September.

If you would like to take this course but it is either full or does not list a starting date that suits you, please click here and you will be notified once you can sign up for new dates.


You follow the course at our location: Forum, Wageningen Campus.

If circumstances dictate this, the face-to-face course may be taught entirely online.

Number of meetings

8 classes of 1 hour and 45 minutes per week.


2 to 3 hours per week.

Course materials

Participants will have access to Brightspace, where all the required materials will be available.


You will receive a certificate from Wageningen in’to Languages if you attend at least 80% of the lessons.


BSc/MSc WUR Students €60
WUR employees €250
Regular fee €275

    Payment: We will send you an invoice by email on the day the course starts.