If you need a student visa to study with us and you missed the 23 May deadline, don’t panic; apply! You can still apply for our three-week session and many courses still have spaces available.*
And if you want to study online from anywhere in the world, we have several online courses taught by our most experienced teachers!*
For application and registration information, please visit the Berkeley Summer Sessions website.
*All courses are credit-bearing and will appear on an official UC Berkeley transcript.
Interested in joining our six-week program this summer? Deadline for international student visa applicants: May 23!
We have spaces available in the following classes:
Colwrit 5A, Section 2: English through Broadway Musicals
Colwrit 5D, Section 2: English through Literature
Colwrit 5E, Section 2: English through Popular Music
Colwrit 5I, Section 1: TV, Culture, and Communication
Colwrit 8, Section 1: English for Academic and Professional Purposes – Integrated Skills
Colwrit 9A, Section 1: Academic Research for Multilingual Students
Colwrit 9C, Section 1: Academic Writing for Multilingual Students
Colwrit 9E, Section 1: Business English for Multilingual Students
Colwrit 9F, Section 1: Business Speaking for Multilingual Students
Colwrit 9I, Section 1: Conflict Resolution Skills for Multilingual Students
Colwrit 9J, Section 1: Academic Sentence Structure and Written Style
Colwrit 9R, Section 1: Academic and Public Speaking for Multilingual Students
Colwrit 9S, Section 1: Pronunciation for Multilingual Students
Colwrit 9V, Section 1: Science and Engineering for Multilingual Students
Can’t get into our very popular Colwrit 9N class?
Planning to join an LL.M. program and want to learn more about common law?
Enroll in our new section of Colwrit W9: Legal English Online!
Class Number 16363
This course offers an introduction to the foundations of the American legal system, and an opportunity for intensive English practice. Students will become familiar with the federal and state court systems, judge and jury trials, the case law method, and selected areas of law based on student interest (e.g., contracts, constitutional law, criminal law, torts). Students will also practice new vocabulary and idioms; read and analyze judges’ decisions; organize, write and edit legal arguments; give oral presentations; and participate in formal and informal discussions. Suitable for intermediate through advanced ESL students, this course is of special interest to business and legal professionals and students, including LL.M. students who wish to prepare for the fall semester at U.S. law schools.