CEFR B1 level English
Written and oral end of course exams.
Distance exam modality - COVID-19 period: written test on MS Teams.
The course is designed to take students to a B2 level and bring the real world of international business and tourism management into the language-teaching classroom by ensuring a wide range and authenticity of international business content. The course is intended to prepare students for a career in business and tourism and improve their English communication skills by combining stimulating ideas from the world of business with a strongly task-based approach. The materials cater for the wide range of needs which business and tourism management students have, including different areas of interest and specialisation as well as different skills needs.
The course is divided into topic-based units which cover the widest possible range of interest in the area of business and tourism management. Extra practice in the areas of grammar and vocabulary, as well as in business writing, is provided by supplementary material.
Market Leader Intermediate, Units 1-6,Third Edition. D. Cotton, D. Falvey, S. Kent. Pearson Longman.
60 face-to-face hours (50 practice tasks + 10 input).
A communicative mode of delivery is adopted to ensure maximum opportunities are provided for the students to develop their fluency and accuracy.
1) Availability to offer individual assistance in a foreign language (English, French) to incoming students.
2) Availability of support material and bibliographic references also in a foreign language (French or English).