Business English 15 + Individual 10
This course is ideal for experienced professionals, who need to use English at work on a daily basis. The programme is intensive and allows for fast progress, as you will be studying in a small group and on a One to One basis, ideal to improve your English communication skills and vocabulary. This course focuses on developing English language confidence and giving you a skill-set for high-level international communication and relationship-building.
This option includes 10 One to One lessons, which will be scheduled at a time that suits you; your teacher will help you focus on particular elements of English that you want to develop. During the course, you will also have a One to One tutorial to assess your progress and to look at future studies.
This course will give you access to the facilities on our top floor, including Wi-Fi, magazines and newspapers, refreshments and networking events as well as our terrace.
- English level required: Minimum B1
- Course length: Minimum 1 week
- Maximum class size: 6
- Minimum age: 18
- Lessons per week: 15 group and 10 One to One lessons (22 hours, 55 minutes)
- Time: 09:00-12:00 and 13:15-15:15 (Mon-Fri)
- Start dates*: every Monday (except bank holidays)
- Cost:** £1,210.00 per week
- Location: London
*Please note there will be no classes on days where the course includes a bank holiday.
**Plus the registration fee. The registration fee is GBP95 and includes the costs of all study materials
Who is this course for?
This course is ideal for highly motivated business clients who would like additional one-to-one personalised lessons to improve their English communication skills and vocabulary quickly.
This course focuses on topics relevant to the business world and is personalised to your needs: the topics are chosen by the group in consultation with the teacher at the start of each one week course. At this level the CEFR suggests the following topics:
- Write work letters within your work area;
- Follow a simple presentation/demonstration;
- Understand most short reports of a predictable nature;
- Deal with predictable requests from a visitor;
- Make notes on routine matters, such as taking/placing orders;
- Offer advice to clients within your job area on simple matters;
- Write straightforward, routine letters of a factual nature;
- State routine requirements (e.g. asking for an office task to be done).