BUSINESS ENGLISH - SHORT TERM
Be prepared for the international business environment.
- Develop communication skills specifically for the business world and for the modern international workplace.
- Practise the language commonly required for company operations in a wide variety of simulated scenarios: meetings, presentations, trade fairs and many others.
- Study with other, like-minded international students who also want to get ahead in the world of international trade and commerce.
- Participate in realistic class activities to develop confidence in using Business English so that you feel comfortable delivering speeches, directing meetings or presenting research.
What will this course offer you?
- Opportunities to develop language strategies that are indispensable for typical business interactions (appropriate register - whether that means small talk for networking or the more formal vocabulary and structure of a big presentation, interacting on the telephone or via the internet, and many others)
- Simulations of real-life business situations which maximise the opportunity to practise multiple language and communication skills such as making arrangements, negotiating, problem-solving, prioritising, decision making, influencing and persuading, clarifying, making an impact and others.
- Practice activities which test your ability to use English for the purposes of business
- A course which is focused on five key areas: Business conversations, Meetings, Presentations, Telephone Exchanges and Email.
How Can I Book a Course?
To apply for a course, please complete our online application form here .Once received, our Registration Officer will contact you to confirm your programme and arrange payment.
What types of accommodation can you arrange for me?
We have different categories of accommodation to suit all preferences. Please have a look at the accommodation section on our website for an overview.
Where is Ireland and Dublin Located?
Ireland is an island nation, located beside the United Kingdom in north-west Europe. Ireland has a population of 4.7 million people, of which 1.3 million live in the region of Dublin, the capital city.