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In 1975, a group of English university tutors, teachers and managers from Oxford and London formed an independent English language teaching research organisation: The English Language Foundation.
The English Language Foundation evolved into the Centre for Advanced Studies, an English teaching centre accredited by Oxford University Delegacy of Local Examinations. This later expanded into the Euroversity Operations Centre.
In 2000 the centre evolved into a fully online operation with programmes installed in client organisations and UK courses based in Oxford University facilities.
The on-line office is at https://www.euroversity.net and can be contacted on +44 1865 600397.
The English Language Development Programme provides courses for commerce, business, management, communication, science and technology, which combine work experience with academic disciplines for companies, organisations, groups and individuals. The Euroversity Faculty at the Euroversity Operations Centre generates the course material.
As commissioners of University Language Teaching Centres, and in close association with University Departments of Continuing Education, the EOC and the ELDP can prepare students for:
University Certificates of English as a Foreign Language
The London Chamber of Commerce Certificates
Cambridge First and Proficiency Certificates
Certificates of Teaching English as a Foreign Language
The English Language Development Programme provides the Euroversity Seminars: English language courses for commerce, business, education, management, communication, science, technology, and other professional areas.
As commissioners of University Language Teaching Centres, and in close association with University Departments of Continuing Education, the ELDP provides course programmes which combine work experience with academic disciplines.
The ELDP is associated with European and International University Project Groups and, as The Euroversity Operations Centre, was accredited by The University of Oxford Local Examination Delegacy in 1976.
The EOC is not a language school, a college, or a university. It's an independent educational facility: a consultancy which, through the ELDP, provides professional development training for companies, organisations, universities, groups, and individuals.
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