Learning a New Language
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Language is not limited to verbal or written communication. The ability to communicate through accents, slang, non-verbal and body language will be an important aspect of your success. You are encouraged to continually develop your communication abilities. Your peers, attendings, chiefs, churches, community organizations, friends and family can all provide support.
Also: UF’s English Language Institute: http://www.eli.ufl.edu/bios/teachers.htm
Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC):
TOEIC measures the ability of non-native English-speaking examinees to use English in everyday workplace activities. It includes resources and solutions for nonnative English speakers and English-language programs, institutions and organizations and tools to improve English skills. http://www.ets.org/