Referentin Master-Programm

Pamela Malone - Carty
Raum WE5/05.115
96047 Bamberg
Tel.: +49 951 863-2585
pamela.malone(at)uni-bamberg.de

Master

Master-Programm Wirtschaftsenglisch

Das Masterprogramm der Kurse V-VIII hat als Ausgangsniveau C1. Als Zielniveau aller vier Masterkurse ist C1 angesetzt.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie auch im Modulhandbuch des Sprachenzentrums.

Winter Semester

Modul Wirtschaftsenglisch 3

  • Business English V: Cross-cultural Issues
  • Business English VII: Legal Issues

Sommer Semester

Modul Wirtschaftsenglisch 4

  • Business English VI: Public Speaking
  • Business English VIII: Managerial Issues

Mitteilung

Master- Programm Wirtschaftsenglisch, Modul Wirtschaftsenglisch 3                 

Im Wintersemester 2020/21 wird die mündliche Prüfung in Business English V: Cross-Cultural Issues online abgehalten.

Mündliche Prüfung: Gruppenprüfung mit zwei Personen

 Prüfungsdauer: 30 min  (15 min & 15 min)

Modul Wirtschaftsenglisch 4

Business English VI: Public Speaking

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Business English VIII: Managerial Issues

Course Description:

This course concentrates on improving your writing skills and is taught and examined at CEFR level C1.

The course discusses the role of management in society by examining the application of the science of management (managerial principles) to the public sector. This new approach assumes to increase the efficiency and quality of public services and constitutes the driving force behind the ideology of managerialism. Within the shift involved, our role changes from that of citizen to customer. Students are invited to critically analyse the outcomes, future implications and ethical considerations of this shift on public services in general - and for us as citizens and recipients of public services. 

The course coaches students how to read texts critically, summarise important excerpts, structure their writing, organise paragraphs, write persuasive arguments and employ the correct register. The course further broadens students’ key vocabulary, and use of the communicative functions of language such as how to: interpret, apply, challenge, assess and create opinion on the topic of the course, whilst weaving in personal experience.