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ENGLISH FOR BUSINESS

ENGLISH FOR BUSINESS We prepare students for the BEC ( Business English Certificate), CPE (Certificate of Profeciency in Englsih) and ICFE (International Certificate in Financial English) exams which are organised and qualifications issued by the Cambridge ESOL (UK). ICFE- International Certificate in Financial English:WHO IS IT FOR?Finance and accountancy students whose first language is not EnglishEnglish language students wanting to improve their ability to use financial EnglishIndividuals wanting to validate or demonstrate to potential employers their excellent financial English skills.English is the international language of finance and accountancy and students who wish to succeed in the international business arena will need to demonstrate that they have first-rate English language skills and the ability to communicate with accountancy and finance professionals throughout the international business community. To help finance professionals show that they have the financial English ... (Training Available by Institute Management and Financial Accounting (IMFA)) ENGLISH FOR BUSINESS

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English B.A.

Department of English University Hall, Room 334 (909) 537-5824http://english.csusb.eduOverviewEnglish B.A. Bachelor of ArtsEnglishLiterature Track Creative Writing Track Linguistics TrackTeacher Preparation ProgramEnglishMinorEnglishScript WritingCertificate ProgramsWriting: Creative WritingWriting: Professional WritingLike English departments in most colleges and universities, the English Department at California State University, San Bernardino is devoted to the study of literature and language. The major in English consists of a common core and three tracks. The core provides background for more advanced courses, with offerings in English literature, American literature, noncanonical literature, as well as analysis of particular genres, literary theory, and introduction to linguistics. The Literature Track offers courses focused on particular themes, genres, authors, topics, and periods. The Creative Writing Track gives students the opportunity to do extensive, se ... (Training Available by California State University-San Bernardino) English B.A.

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English

English A level by distance learning- The Course English A level is split into two major components - AS and A2. The AS level can be sat in its own right. Each lesson of the course begins with a set of clearly stated objectives and an explanation of its place in the overall programme of study. Effective home learning is encouraged through frequent activities and self-assessment questions. There are eleven tutor-marked assignments.Key Topics Covered The OOL English A Level course covers the AQA units of assessment (exam papers) in six modules. These units are as follows:AS LevelM1 Discovering LanguageThis unit is designed to introduce candidates to the study of the modes of language. It employs the core variation concepts of audience, purpose, field, genre and mode. Candidates are required to study how language is used in written, spoken and electronic forms. M2 Representation and Language (20%) (coursework) This coursework unit is designed to develop candidates' ability to write ... (Training Available by Oxford Open Learning) English

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GCSE English

If you are looking to gain a GCSE in English and are over 16 and not in Full-Time Education, then this course is perfect for you. A GCSE in English is an essential requirement for many degree and/or teacher training courses and is the standard English language qualification required by colleges and employers. Many people who are returning to education choose to take GCSE English before tackling other subjects. ... (Training Available by Barnet College) GCSE English

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English for IT

This course is recommended for: Learners wanting to develop their English skills and learn strategies for tertiary study in the IT field.Those employed in or seeking high-level jobs involving IT, either in their own home country or abroad.Anyone wanting to improve their general English proficiency. Level                                   Hours of learningIntermediate to Advanced  150 hours online + 50 hours face to face, across 4 levels ... (Training Available by Speak IT English) English for IT

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English

Non-native speakers will be encouraged to attend the Pre-sessional Course in English for Academic Purposes A pre-sessional course provides the opportunity both for the study of academic English and for orientation in the place of future academic study. It focuses on preparation for effectiveness at real academic work and not just on gaining a higher IELTS score. It is complemented by the pre-session induction on research skills, referencing/plagiarism and numeracy.Available courses: English as Foreign Language BeginnerIntermediateAdvanced ... (Training Available by Kensington College London) English

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English

English Beginner Elementary Pre-Intermediate Intermediate Upper Intermediate Advanced Beginner (A1 ) For students who can use a few words or phrases such as common greetings. Elementary (A1) For students who can use a narrow range of language, adequate for simplesituations. Pre-Intermediate (A2) For students who can use a moderate range of language, sufficient forsimple, practical needs. Intermediate (B1) For students who can use and understand a reasonable range of language,sufficient for most everyday needs. Upper Intermediate(B2) For students who can use quite a broad range of language, for situationsthat are familiar and where the speaker is not under pressure. ... (Training Available by London College Wimbledon Limited) English

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English

EnglishBA Honours (Joint Honours) Why this course? This course is currently full and closed for new UCAS applications for 2010 until further noticeClick here for detailed English degree informationincluding Course Description, Case Studies, Photos and Staff details Ranked 9th for research by The Times Higher 40% of our research has been recognised as ‘world-leading’ placing us alongside Oxford and Cambridge Universities English is ranked joint 18th out of 94 institutions for overall satisfaction in the latest National Student Survey Screenwriter Andrew Davies (Bridget Jones’s Diary, Little Dorritt, Pride and Prejudice, Bleak House plus many more) is a Visiting Professor English offers an exciting combination of traditional and non-traditional modules, ranging from Chaucer and Shakespeare to creative writing and contemporary fiction Work placements help bridge the gap between university and employment Opportunities to meet contemporary writers suc ... (Training Available by DeMontfort University) English

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English for Tourism

 The English for Tourism and Hospitality program is designed to provide comprehensive, practical experience in the range of skills for work or study in the Tourism and Hospitality field. This course is designed for candidates who wish to work within the travel and tourism or hospitality fields either within Ireland or overseas. By the end of this course, the candidate will have increased confidence in giving quality customer service in all aspects of communication in English, including; Hospitality English Travel and Tourism English Conversational Fluency in Interacting with Customers Telephone Interaction and Enquiries Workplace Correspondence Dealing with complaints Taking Orders Reception Duties Describing, Comparing and Promoting Facilities Attractions and Events ... (Training Available by Limerick International Study Centre) English for Tourism

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE

ENGLISH LANGUAGE:At EIMS English Language classes are offered from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm. There are 6 levels of English Language courses offered at EIMS. These Levels are:*Beginners Level*Elementary Level *Pre-Intermediate Level*Intermediate Level *Upper Intermediate Level *Advance Level *International Business Communication (For Professionals and students with very good English).Duration: Duration for each level is 12 weeks.Syllabus: At EIMS the renowned Headway Series along with some additional course designed according to the specific needs of Pakistani and Afghan Students, is followed in these levels. The focus of the course is to enhance all the four skills (Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing) of the students with an emphasis on grammar. ... (Training Available by Euro Institute of Management Sciences) ENGLISH LANGUAGE

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Additional English Courses & Classes

General English

General EnglishIntroduction: General English: courses for elementary, intermediate and advanced level. The courses cover grammar, pronunciation, reading, writing, speaking and listening using a variety of topics. Students can take the relevant ESOL exam. Course overview:Aimed at people with a level equivalent from IELTS 4 to 6Suitable for those who want to improve their level of English or who intend to go on to one of our specialist coursesCourse covers grammar and pronunciationStudents study environmental and cultural topics for reading and discussion practiceStudents practise everyday situations using role playMethods include books, DVD’s and cameraCourses:GL1A - General English level 1 Part AGL1B - General English level 1 Part BGL2A - General English level 2 Part AGL2B - General English level 2 Part BGL2A - General English level 2 Part AGL2B - General English level 2 Part BGL3A - General English level 3 Part A ... (Training Available by Knights Britannia Consultants Ltd) General English

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English

EnglishBA (Hons) Why this course?Ranked 9th for research by The Times Higher40% of our research has been recognised as 'world-leading' placing us alongside Oxford and Cambridge universities English at DMU is ranked joint 12th out of 102 institutions for assessment and feedback in the latest National Student SurveyScreenwriter Andrew Davies (Bridget Jones's Diary, Little Dorritt, Pride and Prejudice, Bleak House) is a Visiting ProfessorWork placements help bridge the gap between university and employment Theatre trips ... (Training Available by DeMontfort University) English

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English

London Hotel School’s Hospitality Foundation English course is designed for students who want to join the HND course but do not have the level of English we require. London Hotel School professional courses require English language at Advanced (IELTS 5.5+ ) level. Students who do not have this standard but are at Upper intermediate or IELTS band 4.5+ level can join this course where they will be prepared for the IELTS exam. The classes are in 3 eight week modules every weekday afternoon and focus on academic English language with special emphasis on hospitality. The Classes are taught by an IELTS certified lecturer and students have the opportunity to sit for the exam almost every weekend. ... (Training Available by London Hotel School) English

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English

Program DescriptionA.A.—EnglishDEGREE(Training Available by Cosumnes River College) English

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English

Certificate in Adult Literacy - Level 1 or 2These cover the English skills you use everyday. This includes skills like reading and understanding texts as well as writing skills such as spelling punctuation and grammar. A Certificate in Adult Literacy will measure skills up to the same level as GCSE. How Do I get a certificate? Once you have completed your English courses, to get a certificate you need to take and pass a short test. There is a test for each certificate. There are 40 multiple choice questionsThe English tests take 1 hour.The tests are free for eligible learners You get the results almost immediately so there's no waiting around and you receive your certificate very soon after passing the test. Preparing for the Test. To be confident of passing, take Learndirect's Preparing for testing course first. It lets you practice the test until you feel ready to tackle the real thing. Take the test on a computer.Because Learndirect’s tests can be taken online, they are fle ... (Training Available by Acton Training Centre) English

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History with English

Have you always been interested in History but have never studied it formally? Do you think that your English would let you down if you wanted to study History? Would you like to improve your English but hate the thought of formal English lessons? This course could be the one for you.Course OverviewThe course will improve your reading, writing and spoken English through the study of History. You will have the opportunity to study various aspects of British History whilst improving your English.Course contentSpeaking and listening. • Listen and respond • Speak to communicate • Engage in discussions Reading • Reading comprehension • Grammar and punctuation • Vocabulary • Word recognition and phonics Writing • Writing comprehension • Grammar and punctuation • Spelling and handwritingEntry RequirementsThere are no formal entry requirements but you will be assessed on entry to ascertain your level in English. You will then be advise ... (Training Available by Birmingham Metropolitan College) History with English

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English

little learning is always a good thing for everyone and especially if you live in the United States and English is your second language. It is essential to learn to read, write, speak, problem solve, and interact with others if you plan to live here on a long-term basis. This course especially targets ESL students who are looking for employment or hoping to improve job prospects. Learning certain basics: filling out forms; specific job related vocabulary; terms associated with the working world; and how to interact with other English-speaking people will benefit those who speak English as a Second Language. The goal of this course is to help you develop a working knowledge to promote job-seeking opportunities, or advance your opportunities to meet job needs and interests. Students will be assigned practical exercises, which will help them in their jobs and in seeking employment. ... ... (Training Available by Akamai University) English

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English

GCSE English GCSE English involves both language and literature work; it is an essential qualification for many jobs or courses so if you haven’t got it or have taken it and are not happy with your grade, try it with us this year.Duration:One year, usually three terms, part-time during the day or evening. Entry Requirements:No formal entry requirements. You just need to be interested in developing your skills in language and literature. How is the course assessed? GCSE English is part coursework, part examination assessed. Your final Grade will depend on two examinations, taken at the end of the course and carrying 60% of your marks, plus written coursework (carrying an additional 20%) and speaking and listening coursework (also worth 20%). The examinations test comprehension, summary and analytical skills, accuracy of expression and your ability to write for various purposes.The course involves you submitting a folder of five pieces of written work, to demonstrate your skills ... (Training Available by The Lincolnshire Regional College (LRC)) English

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English

tudy English at UCD if you are an enthusiastic reader, talker and writer, and love literature. Strengthen your understanding of narrative, poetic and dramatic forms.(Training Available by University College Dublin) English

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Business English

Introduction Code: BE Category: English Language Part/Full Time: Full Time Business EnglishAll students are first given an English Placement Test to determine their language level. This is a written test and is combined with a speaking test/interview with an English teacher. This approach allows us to ensure students are placed in the language level group most suitable to their abilities and which will address their language needs. English language levels usually consist of students at intermediate and upper-intermediate as students are already expected to hold an IELTS score of 5.5 – 6.0 for them to have a sufficient understanding of English in order to meet the demands of their main course of study. Students with these qualifications and abilities will start their main course whilst also attending the In-sessional Business English Communication course. This course consists of 4 hours of class time per week and runs alongside the duration of the main course of study so that stu ... (Training Available by UK College of Business and Computing.) Business English

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