UTown Self-Guided Tour

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Writing Unit & Writing and Communication Hub

Your solution to good writing and communication skills

The Writing Unit is part of the Centre for English Language Communication (CELC), a non-faculty based teaching unit with its core mission being to empower NUS students to acquire effective English language and communication skills for their academic and professional lives. To fulfill its core mission, CELC provides a wide range of writing and communication courses and programmes to help prepare NUS students for their academic studies and professional careers. In addition to these courses and programmes, CELC also provides other important services, one of which is the WCH.

The Writing and Communication Hub (WCH) currently has three stations: the Central Library Station (Central Library, Level 6), CELC Station (CELC Building, Level 2) and University Town Station (PC Commons Meeting Room 6 at Education Resource Centre).

The WCH is a place where NUS students can get help with their writing, oral presentations and conversation skills. Staffed by trained peer tutors, the WCH provides two major services: one-to-one consultations to help students who need assistance with their writing (remote consultation for writing is also provided) and oral presentation assignments, and conversation classes for students who want to practice casual, English-language conversation in a supportive environment. Such services are offered to all NUS students at no charge to the student.

To learn more about what the WCH does, please go to http://www.nus.edu.sg/celc/writinghub/.

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