Ryhmä: LTLNS19A (not translated)
Textbook: Niskanen, T.; Vetter, J. & Urbom, R. 2008. Business Express. Helsinki: WSOY. Other relevant material provided by the teacher.
Wärtsilä Campus Karjalankatu 3
25.10.2021 - 18.12.2021
Total workload 80 hours: Contact teaching 24 h Pair assignments and group work in Moodle, self-study assignments (portfolio) 52 h. Assessment and feedback 4 h.
01.04.2021 - 30.04.2021
If the student has taken an equivalent university course, the contents and extent of which correspond with this course, s/he can apply for accreditation (Replacement) in Peppi. If the student has acquired the required, at least B2 level, communication skills in English through his/her work in international business or in some other way, s/he can be accredited if s/he provides proof of his/her competence by acquiring RPL from the course teacher. The proof must include ample evidence of both written and spoken business communication skills, incl. meetings and negotiations. To inquire more, consult the course teacher.
Proof of spoken communication skills (incl. recordings and/or class assignments and a spoken exam) 40% Written business communication portfolio 40% Continual assessment 20%
20 - 90
Degree Programme in Business Economics
The student is able to communicate the necessary content and intended meanings clearly, accurately and professionally in most of the routine and in some more demanding business situations. S/he can produce speech and text that is easy to follow and understand His/her pronunciation and articulation is accurate and s/he is able to understand and use professional terms and idioms typical for spoken or written messages in the given context. S/he knows the differences between spoken and written language and is able to use neutral business style and polite tone in English. His/her written English is free from typos and spelling errors and follows the grammar rules of the English language and the conventions of international business communication. S/he understands how cultural, social and contextual factors impact international communication and can adjust and adapt his/her communication style.