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The Business and Marketing English classes bring together many different professionals from all corners of the world. The course is industry driven, tailored to align with the needs of businesses in the modern workplace by incorporating real-life case studies. This will be achieved by professional scenario training alongside theoretical learning.
Students will benefit from expert tuition delivered by experienced teachers, many of whom are former qualified, industry professionals themselves. Students will also benefit from regular assessment of course content to allow for opportunities to review the content covered. Our dedicated teachers will also give one-to-one tutorials in which students can discuss progress and learning techniques.
The topics that will be covered:
• Business specific grammar
• Speaking, reading, writing, listening
• Pronunciation and phonology
• Business idiomatic language
• Learning tasks including presentations and role-plays
|Length||15 - 25 Hours Per Week|
|Start Dates||Every Monday|
|Max Class Size||16 Students|
|Minimum Age||16 Years|
Lessons run mornings and afternoons. Courses are either 15, 20 or 25 hours per week. Lessons are three, four or five hours per day in the morning or in the afternoon. Maximum class size for all lessons is 16 students. There is a registration fee of £60 and a resources fee of £40.
|£150 per week|
|£200 per week|
|£250 per week|
- Expert tuition from an experienced, qualified teacher
- Weekly assessments and testing of course content
- Regular tutorials to assess your progress and highlight weak areas
- Guidance on unknown language and terminology
- Access to the school's extensive social program
The Business and Marketing English course is open to students who have relevant work experience in marketing and/or come from an academic background of business or marketing. However, students with no formal qualifications or experience in the sector will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
English language requirements: Students on this course will need to demonstrate a level of English equivalent to CEFR B1 or IELTS 4.0 or higher to enter