Planning to Work in an International Environment

Learning outcomes
  • To interact in practical work-related situations : telephone interviews and exchanging facts, small talk
  • To describe academic and professional background in the context of a face to face interview
  • To give a well-structured presentation on a professional subject or defend arguments in a meeting
  • To use listening strategies to understand the main points of clear standard speech regularly encountered in a business environment
  • To understand and comment on trends in work-related matters and current international issues
  • To correspond in clear standard English using appropriate layout and style (letters, emails, short reports)
This course is intended mainly for persons wishing to prepare for entry to the international job market.
Level required from B2/C1 (Description)
Module lasts 13 weeks per semester
Periods 2 periods in a group per week
Timetable Established according to participants’ availability.
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Module fees For more information.