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Communicating in Business

Communicating in Business:   Email, Telephone Calls, Memorandum & Letter Writing Learn and practice the standard forms of business communications: email, telephone calls, and letters/memos. Build your confidence through speaking and writing role-plays, planning business trips, making/receiving inquiries and complaints, expressing concerns, placing orders, and more! Course Objectives To write e-mails, memos,…
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Business Conversations

Bringing the world of business into the classroom, this course uses practical, functional language in a work-related context. Real-world case studies offer authentic and engaging insights into key business issues. Students discuss and debate a variety of issues and problems in a business context using the kind of language used…
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Preparation for Job Applications

Preparation for Job Applications: Resumes & Job Interviews Create a stellar resume to get that interview, then practice interviewing to win that job! In this short-course, you will learn the basics of contemporary resume writing and construct a resume from scratch or update an existing one. You will also learn…
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General Writing

Course Description This program offers six levels of comprehensive skill building, with a focus on academic writing—the type of writing used in university courses and professional occupations. Levels 1, 2 and 3 focus on sentence and paragraph form, while Levels 4 and 5 focus on essays. Level 6 further develops…
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English for Academic Purposes

AUA’s EAP program offers three different levels which will take you from Getting Started, through Getting There to Being There. Each level has 2 components: Reading & Writing and Listening & Speaking. These courses provide English language preparation and academic skill development for students who are planning to study in an overseas university or in local university international…
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Junior English for Communication

Course Description Like the English for Communication program, the AUA Juniors program helps learners aged 12–14, at all levels, to speak English confidently in everyday situations. We use a coursebook series designed for younger teens and we have FUN with English! Course Objectives To enable students to understand and use…
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English for Communication

This program helps learners at all levels to speak English confidently in everyday situations anywhere English is used. The focus is on spoken communication in a friendly and supportive environment, but there is also some reading and writing in each class to help develop all language skills. Course Objectives To…
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Listening

Learn skills and strategies to understand different types of listening challenges. Activities are true-to-life, at natural speed, and include common idioms. Public announcements, news reports, narrations, job interviews, and telephone conversations present fresh challenges throughout the course. Course Objectives To improve student comprehension of spoken English in a variety of…
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Pronunciation

Speak more clearly and learn to understand what others are saying to you. This course focuses on stress, rhythm and intonation which is the “music” of speaking English. You will learn what parts of a sentence are most important and ways to guess the pronunciation of a written word. All…
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