English for Executive Business and Entrepreneurship

Entry requirements: IELTS 4.0 or equivalent 
Course length: four weeks
Max class size: 15
Classroom hours per week: 20

Minimum age: You must be at least 18 years of age prior to commencing the course.

This course is for groups only. Businesses and organisations can find out more about this course by contacting:

E: englishlanguage@dmu.ac.uk

Course aims

This business English course allows you to improve your business English and entrepreneurial skills. You will improve your knowledge of business English, current global business issues and the profound effect the internet continues to have on global business. The syllabus includes real-life international business scenarios and case studies.

"The course not only focused on language acquisition but also on skill development including presentations, negotiation and use of business English. This enabled delegates to participate confidently across different cultures and develop new opportunities in international business."

Chris Bailey - HTSPE, Development Consulting Services

English study support

Academic You are placed in small classes so you have plenty of direct contact with your tutor. Our tutors have all taught business English courses for many years and have often been directly involved in the running of businesses themselves. They bring a wealth of expertise and experience to this business English course.

Pastoral You will be well looked after by our Centre support team from the moment you arrive. You will live in a homestay, so you can experience typical British life in the UK and improve your English outside class. Or you can opt for accommodation in our high quality University Halls of residence.

The team also arranges sight seeing trips so you can enjoy all of the attractions that the UK has to offer!

We have a full range of technical support, from our audio-visual classrooms to our computer lab and the Kimberlin Library.

Sample Timetable

English for Executive Business and Entrepreneurship
Monday Innovation management Lunch Delivering Presentations
Tuesday Entrepreneurship Lunch Business correspondence
Wednesday Key Account Management Lunch Grammar for Business Purpose
Thursday Negotiations and meetings Lunch Lecture
Friday Business Ethics Lunch Social activity
Saturday and Sunday

Organised trip or Free time

British Council Accredited

In 2008, The Centre for English Language Learning (CELL) was granted British Council Accreditation.   

For more information contact CELL:

E: englishlanguage@dmu.ac.uk

How to apply
How to apply

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