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RAD English Language Programs

 

The Russian-American Department offers both students and adults the opportunity to improve their English language skills through our Business English and General English Conversation courses.

All RAD English Language Courses are taught by American or British instructors.

 

Business English I

Business English I is an introductory business language course covering such topics as globalization, brands and branding, business travel, advertising, trade, innovation, organizations, money, business ethics, business cultures, leadership and quality.Special emphasis is placed on building studentsí business vocabulary.This specialist vocabulary is then applied and activated through extensive in-class discussion.

Business English I consists of two semesters of instruction with a total of 90 student-instructor contact hours.Upon completion of the course, students will receive a RAD Certificate.

Pre-intermediate, intermediate and upper-intermediate students may participate in Business English I.

 

Business English II

Business English II is an advanced business language course that emphasizes business conversation, presentations and application of communication theory.Students take part in classroom discussions on a variety of business-related themes, including travel and tourism, marketing, branding, product placement, international trade, and current business and economic events.In addition, students regularly make in-class power-point presentations to the group.

Business English II consists of two semesters of instruction with a total of 90 student-instructor contact hours.Upon completion of the course, students will receive a RAD Certificate.

 

General English Conversation

English Conversation is a course designed to improve studentsí verbal and listening comprehension abilities. Discussion topics include cultural differences, travel and tourism, sports, fashion, food and cuisine, relationships, cinema and theater, music and international business.

This course consists of one semester of instruction with a total of 40 student-instructor contact hours. Upon completion of the course, students will receive a RAD Certificate.

 

 

For more information on any of these courses, contact RAD Manager Vladimir Matveev.

E-mail: matveevomsk@yandex.ru

Telephone: (3812) 67-01-66

Address: 11 Neftazavodskaia

4th Building of Omsk State University

Room 200

 

 

 

 

 









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