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Business English

English is the language of global business, communications and technology, so make sure you can compete in today’s international job market by improving your Business English skills.

What is English for business?
English for Business course is designed to help acquiring the English language skills necessary to communicate in an increasingly global business environment. We offer courses at Stages A and Stages B

Why should I study English for business?
English for business course gives you specific skills that are relevant in the workplace. We offer a wide range of materials that are designed to help you become familiar with business vocabulary and grammar, and provide you with skills to help you communicate in the workplace. These materials are provided by Cambridge University Press.

English for Business will help you to communicate with more confidence through the systematic development of vocabulary, listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. In this course, you will study different business topics such as Finance, E-commerce, Competition, Marketing, Project Management and Partnerships among many others.

How can I start English for business course?
After your placement test, we guide you on the level you should take. We have four two stages for English for business course:

1- Stage A “4 Levels”

Level 1
  • The working day
  • Corporate culture
  • Company history
  • The internet
  • Describing equipment
  • Processes and procedures
Level 2
  • Distribution and delivery
  • Advanced and marketing
  • Making arrangements
  • Transport
  • Business accommodation
  • Out of the office
Level 3
  • Devolving contacts
  • Cultural issues
  • Teamwork
  • Entertaining clients
  • Describing statistics
  • Company finances
Level 4
  • Investments
  • Starting up
  • Job applications
  • Recruitment
  • Staff development
  • Staff fact and figures

2- Stage B “4 Levels”
Level 1
  • Staff development and training
  • Job descriptions and job satisfaction
  • Letters of enquiry and applications
  • Telephone skills
  • Promotional activities and branding
  • New product development
Level 2
  • A stand at a trade fair
  • Establishing relationships and negotiating
  • Going it alone
  • Financing the start-up
  • Starting up in a new location
  • Presenting your business idea
Level 3
  • Business hotels and sales conferences
  • Business conferences
  • Reports
  • Business meetings
  • New technologies and change
  • Using the internet
Level 4
  • A staff survey
  • Off shoring and outsourcing
  • Customer loyalty
  • Communication with customers
  • Corresponding with customers
  • A business seminar

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