All the required course material are available online through the Reppu learning platform.
100% online. Online tests and other course activities based on course material. A final assignment (about 5 pages).
Online tests and course assignments
01.01.2020 - 30.05.2020
25.11.2019 - 19.01.2020
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Hamid Guedra, Ella Hujala
Upper-intermediate to advanced level in English (CEFR B2/C1 / IELTS 6.5).
English for Work (English Language / Englannin kieli ja viestintä) 3 ECTS, preferably with a grade 3/5 or higher. For best learning outcomes, the student should know how to study independently, set goals, and manage his/her time.
Complementary competence and optional courses, Bachelors
All the required online tests and other course activities must be completed and receive a pass grade in order to complete, i.e., finish the course. Substitute assignments are not given for any of the activities, tests and assignments.
The course platform will be opened at the beginning of February 2020. E-learning. 100% online. The course is ongoing and self-paced. This means that students must proceed according to their own schedule. The final written assignments are assessed once a month at the end of the month. For example, if a student needs a grade by mid-November, the deadline is the last Monday in October.
The Reppu learning platform. The internet.
-Reading and studying: 80-90 hrs -Online tests: 3-6 hrs -Final assignment: 35-40 hrs
The course focuses on various business-related themes in English (e.g. business logistics, entrepreneurship, financial management, information technology, tourism and hospitality management). Students must choose three themes to focus on. Since the course is self-paced and does not have set deadlines, students must know how to study independently and have good time management skills.
The student has failed to meet the course requirements.
The student understands the basic terminology and expressions used in a variety of subject-specific texts. The student acknowledges the existence of cultural influences in different business situations.
The student understands most of the terminology and expressions used in a variety of subject-specific texts and applies these in his/her work. The student acknowledges and applies his/her knowledge about cultural influences in different business situations.
The student has excellent knowledge of the terminology and expressions used in a variety of subject-specific texts and produces high-quality content based on his/her knowledge. The student is able to recognize and apply his/her knowledge in cultural influences in different business situations.