Business English Program in Boston

Business English course will develop your English skills and confidence for a variety of business contexts such as presentations, meetings and negotiations. The syllabus combines practical skills with business and industry specific language tailored to your needs so you make the right impact with your future clients and colleagues.

Your English language fluency will improve as you study grammar, pronunciation, and business vocabulary related to a range of topics including sales, marketing and advertising, human resources, administration, finance and management.

Business English Program in Boston

Your language and practical skills will grow through various activities such as reading correspondence and reports, writing letters and emails, negotiating, preparing and delivering presentations and socialising and networking. Business English course develops the listening, speaking, reading and writing skills needed in the commercial world. It improves grammar and extends business vocabulary.

Key Features:

  • You can start the course any Monday.
  • Minimum age: 18
  • Minimum level: intermediate
  • You can choose Business English course with 20, 25, 30 or 35 lessons a week with specialist modules introducing functional business vocabulary for applied use in the workplace.

Student's opinion:

I really appreciate the use of technology in the classes which makes learning fun. We use interactive whiteboards and can use the internet, watch videos and access newspapers to help us in class

Janice, Brazil

Private Business English Program in Boston

Private one-to-one lessons are especially practial for less advanced speakers, for those who want to concentrate on specific areas of business English or for those who prefer the personalized attention of private instruction, one-to-one lessons are ideal for those with strict time constraints and distinctive goals. Private lessons can be taken for an unlimited number of weeks.

Sample of Business English module

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Theme First Meetings, Impressions and Relationship Building "Let's be pragmatic" The Language of Meetings Leadership and Team Work Corporate Case Studies: Customs in American Negotiations
9-10 a.m. A1: Self and Company Introductions "The Elevator Pitch" B1: Mixing Business and Pleasure C1: The Language of Meetings: General Language Points D1: Decision Making: Independent and Group Styles E1: Case Study: Part 1 Cultural Background
10-11 a.m. A2: Describing your Company, Describing your Product B2: Negotiating I C2: Arranging a Meeting: All Things Considered D2: Team Building, Effective Leadership E2: Case Study: Part 2 Discussing Details
11-12 p.m. A3: Developing Conversation Skills, Keeping your Listener Engaged B3: Negotiating II C3: "I Agree to Disagree" Controlling the Flow of a Meeting D3: Handling a Crisis: Are you Capable? E3: Case Study: Part 3 Looking at All Sides
12-1 p.m. A4: Networking and Relationship Marketing "Building Relationships and Socializing" B4: Skills Summary C4: Boardroom Culture Clash: Cross-cultural Communication D4: What Kind of Boss Are You? Management Styles E4: Case Study: Part 4 Debate the Issue

Each day's lessons have a theme and progress from one topic to the next, as they might realistically take place in the workplace: Let's look at Monday's theme of First Meetings, Impressions and Relationship Building where you had the opportunity to meet with professionals in your industry and from many others. Your "pitch" was successful and your socializing skills impressive. As a result, you're meeting with an American associate for a business lunch on Tuesday that you have arranged and you must show him why your company is a good choice for a business relationship. Use your negotiating skills, close the deal and make your business trip something worth writing home about. Review your skills at the end of the day in "Skills Summary" to get feedback, evaluation and advice for improvement.

In a typical lesson, your objective is clearly stated and explained to you from the very beginning. As you learn to master each task, you will come closer to meeting your lesson objective. A complete list of skills practiced in the lesson is given to show you the exact areas of language you are focusing on. These skills and many of the tasks are reinforced throughout the day, the week and future lessons for maximum practice.

Let's look more in-depth at the first part of Tuesday's lesson, "Let's be pragmatic."

Module 1 Day 2 -- B1 - 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. -- "Mixing Business and Pleasure"

Objective: To engage in and facilitate "small talk", to host a client in a restaurant and to bring the topic from casual topics to the business at-hand.

Task: To facilitate and maintain a conversation about casual topics, to describe food and communicate information to and from the wait staff and client, and to make a transition from informal topics to more business-focused conversation.

Skills Practiced: communication of opinions and information about casual topics, descriptive food vocabulary/expressions, restaurant etiquette, and transition language

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