Economic English III

Specific course requirements

Economic English III is set at a B1 level in the Common European Framework (CEF) for language learning.

Students who did not attend the Economic English II course and pass the exam are required to take an entrance test at the start of the 2nd semester.

 This test consists of two parts, a written and an oral test.

 

This test can be taken on:

 1)  -Monday February 13, 2017: written test: 1 pm - 2 pm in Room 0.27 (Hoveniersberg, first floor)

      -Tuesday February 14, 2017: oral test: between 3 pm - 5 pm in Room 0.26 (Hoveniersberg, first floor)

      (Students will receive an email with their results before 12 noon Wednesday February 15)

 

2) Tuesday February 21, 2017

    - Written test: 12 o’clock – 1 pm in Room 0.27 (Hoveniersberg, first floor)

    - Oral test: between 2 pm -4 pm in Room 0.26 (Hoveniersberg, first floor)

    (Students will receive an email with their results before 12 noon on Wednesday February 22)

 

 Important:

  • Students who wish to take part in this entrance test, should get in touch with the lecturers asap via Mieke.Rosselle@UGent.be and register.
  • Students are required to be on time at the aforementioned locations in order to be able to take the test.
  • Please take note: only students who have completed and passed both parts of the test before the second class (on February 23), will be allowed to take part in the course.
  • Students will be alerted of their results via UGent email account.
  • After February 23, no more students will be able to join the class.

 

Mieke Rosselle

Study counsellor English

Tweekerkenstraat 2 (First floor, Room 0.25)

B-9000 Ghent

+ 32 9 264 78 80

 

In Economic English III you will be dealing with business vocabulary, oral and written communication skills based on 4 topics:

Theme 1: From jobless to jobs - Climbing the corporate ladder
Theme 2: Economy ? The real mother of invention?
Theme 3: Ecology versus economy: Can you go green and still make greens?
Theme 4: The global credit crunch ? From bursting bubbles to bailouts.

 

General course specifications

Consult the general specifications of this course in the exchange programme in economics and business admin.