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Study programmes 2009-2010Last update : 28/06/2010
LANG0810-1  Business Dutch (L2) level 4
Duration :  30h Th
Credits/ECTS :  
Master in Business Engineering, didactic approach, 1st yearDeuxième quadrimestre3
Master en ingénieur de gestion, à finalité spécialisée en financial engineering, 1st yearDeuxième quadrimestre3
Master in Management Engineering, professional Focus, 1st yearDeuxième quadrimestre3
Master en ingénieur de gestion, à finalité spécialisée en intrapreneuriat, 1st yearDeuxième quadrimestre3
Master en ingénieur de gestion, à finalité spécialisée en supply chain management, 1st yearDeuxième quadrimestre3
Master en ingénieur de gestion, à finalité spécialisée en performance management systems, 1st yearDeuxième quadrimestre3
Holder(s) :  Doris De Laet, ISLV
Coordinator :  Doris De Laet
Language :  Langue néerlandaise
Course contents :  CEFRL levels of the course: listening (C1), reading (C2), speaking (C1), lecturing (C2), writing (C2)

This course meets the professional needs of business students and is mainly based on a business project which the students will work out in every detail with the help of authentic documents. The course will focus on the following skills: taking part in discussions and meetings, negotiating, giving a presentation, writing a report, telephoning, ...

This course meets the professional needs of business students and is mainly based on a business project which the students will work out in every detail with the help of authentic documents. The course will focus on the following skills: taking part in discussions and meetings, negotiating, giving a presentation, writing a report, telephoning, ...)
Course objective :  Allowing students to:

  • increase their general and business vocabulary
  • express themselves fluently and accurately about complex subjects and in professional situations that are specific to the business world
  • write clear and well-structured business reports, letters,... using accurate and correct language
  • improve their listening skills

Allowing students to:

  • increase their general and business vocabulary
  • express themselves fluently and accurately about complex subjects and in professional situations that are specific to the business world
  • write clear and well-structured business reports, letters,... using accurate and correct language
Prerequisites :  This is an advanced level business course. Students are expected to have completed level 3 taught in the 3rd year of the bachelor's degree.

This is an advanced level business course. Students are expected to have completed level 3 taught in the 3rd year of the bachelor's degree.
Organization :  This 30-hour course is taught 2 hours a week over two periods of six weeks.

Students are required to prepare the different tasks and exercices from the coursebook every week. Since the course is largely based on team work, regular attendance and active participation are essential.

This 30-hour course is taught 2 hours a week over two periods of six weeks.

Students are required to prepare the different tasks and exercices from the coursebook every week. Since the course is largely based on team work, regular attendance and active participation are essential.
Written notes :  Coursebook NEDERLANDS NIVEAU 4

Coursebook NEDERLANDS NIVEAU 4
Assessment :  1. Continuous assessment (6/20)

Students will be evaluated on tasks throughout the year. They are required to give a presentation and to write a report which will be included in the final mark.

2. Oral examination (7/20)

3. Written examination (7/20)

1. Continuous assessment (6/20)

Students will be evaluated on tasks throughout the year. They are required to give a presentation and to write a report which will be included in the final mark.

2. Oral examination (7/20)

3. Written examination (7/20)
Contacts :  ISLV office: Trifac - tel: 04/3664652

Doris De Laet, D.DeLaet@ulg.ac.be

ISLV office: Trifac - tel. 04/3664652

Doris De Laet, D.DeLaet@ulg.ac.be


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