For several years, I’ve been helping students from all over the world to develop the quality of their written assignments. I’ve helped them go from IELTS to masters degree and PhDs with success and minimal stress.
The truth is Academic English is no-one’s first language, and everyone, even native English speakers have to learn how to communicate effectively through writing.
I’ve Been There,
And I Know It’s Difficult,
Especially If You Don’t Enjoy Writing.
I remember sitting in front of my computer watching my blank screen for hours. This was in my first year at university. Eventually, I wrote something, and I submitted it the next day.
I was excited to get my feedback – I’ve always liked to improve myself – but I was shocked to see that my lecturer had suggested that I go to ‘academic writing’ classes. And I wasn’t the only one. Most of the class had the same comments on their writing.
And that is the reality.. The truth is...
Academic Writing Is Difficult,
Even For Native English Speakers.
In fact, academic writing is a skill. And like all skills it needs practice, guidance and support to help it develop.
Over the years, I have not only developed my own writing to a high standard, but I have also helped others to do the same. As an academic writing coach and a lecturer in Academic English, I can help you to develop your own writing.
Finally, those errors and mistakes that you make will be corrected.
You’ll learn how to plan, structure and write more. You’ll learn to generate ideas easily. You’ll learn language structures and patterns to make your language more complex, but still simple.
Because You Are Individual,
Your Experience Will Be Individual.
I will assess your writing, and help you to improve on your weaknesses. Each week, you’ll complete a writing assignment, which we will discuss, correct and learn from in the weekly coaching call.
Weekly writing assignments
designed to help you develop
your weak areas
Weekly coaching calls to discuss your progress, assess your writing, plan, create goals and assign tasks.
Professional support, guidance
and advice from an
Academic English specialist
I understand that it can be hard to decide whether to invest in your English skills if you have had some bad experiences in the past.
So if you're still not sure, come and have a chat with me on Skype to see if this coaching can help you to reach your goals.
If you'd like to schedule a meeting with me, click the button below.
Sam gave me very professional advice on how to improve my English skills. His advice helped me to correct my sentence mistakes, language and structure. He also taught me how to avoid my grammar mistakes in the future. There were more mistakes in my writing than I expected! It was definitely useful to work with Sam. English For Study is a really great place for students, I think.
By clicking the 'Buy Now' button, you will be taken to Paypal to complete your payment. You can use your Paypal account or a credit card.
After you have paid, you will receive a document which requires you to complete some basic information. Please complete the document and email it to me. You'll receive your first writing assignments within 24 hours.
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There are no refunds for the One Week package.
For the 4-week packages:
If after the first coaching session, you decide that the coaching program is not for you, then you will receive a 70% refund of the package. You cannot get a refund if you have taken more than one coaching session.
We will have the coaching calls at a time which suits both of us. You will have to send your writing assignments to me 24 hours before the coaching call, so I can properly analyse it.
I can help you to develop your writing, I can give you suggestions, and I can help you to understand what you need to improve, but I will not help you to write your research article or dissertation.
This goes against fair academic practice.