Business English and Conversational Skills (K1011IB)
|Objectives:||The students is able to identify and define key concepts in business and economics in the English language. The students improve their English conversational skills in everyday business and social situations.|
|Teaching form:||Daytime contact teaching|
|Number of Credits:||6 cr|
|Cost:||Look for prices|
|Date(s):||29.10.2012 - 23.12.2012|
|School:||School of Business and Information Management|
|Enrolment:||25.07.2012 - 13.08.2012|
|Number of participants:||2|
|Further Information:||Heidi Ylitie|
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Heidi.Ylitie#oamk.fi (korvaa # -> @)
The course has a vocabulary orientation which is based on the study of authentic written and spoken business-related material. Furthermore, the students will write a job application and practice oral product presentations. Additionally, the students will learn the basics of report writing. A separate part of the course concentrates on conversational skills.
No prerequisites needed.
MacKenzie, Ian. 2002. English for Business Studies. Student's Book. Cambridge University Press.
Active participation in and preparation for contact teaching; written and oral assignments, final exam.
Numeric scale 0 - 5
Studies at the Open UAS are not entitled to any student allowance.