- Online Pre-Arrival Course for International Graduate Students
- English for Academic Purposes Workshops for Graduate Students
- Self-Study e-Resources
- ELI Research Guide
- Resources for International Scholars, Researchers, Faculty, Staff, and Post-Docs
- The Michigan Corpora: MICASE + MICUSP
- The Genre Archive
- Language Clinics
- Graduate Writing Clinic
- Graduate Speaking Clinic
- Graduate Writing and Speaking Clinic for Architecture & Urban Planning
- Conversation Circles
The ELI Graduate Speaking Clinic serves members of the UM academic community (students, faculty, staff, and scholars) who want to improve their spoken English pronunciation, fluency, and accuracy. It provides a flexible framework in which learners can address their spoken English goals individually.
The Speaking Clinic is a short term resource for help if you increase the accuracy of your professional vocabulary, enhance your readiness for a presentation, augment your voice projection, or understand and repair communication breakdowns in particular situations. No academic credit is awarded for Speaking Clinic participation.
Students who have completed ELI speaking courses or who are referred by an ELI faculty member will have scheduling priority. The number of visits typically ranges from 1 to 5 sessions in a semester, depending on a participant’s goals and the demand for and availability of slots.
The Speaking Clinic is offered in Fall, Winter and Spring terms. All sessions take place at ELI’s offices at 555 S. Forest Avenue.
Please complete the form below to register for the Graduate Speaking Clinic and sign up for an appointment.
If you have questions, please contact ELISpeakingClinic@umich.edu.
For information regarding Special Speaking Clinic for Graduate Student Instructors (GSIs), click on the button below.
For more information, please contact ELISpeakingClinic@umich.edu.