Planning to Work in an International Environment (B2/C1)

info.gifThis course is intended mainly for people who intend to enter the international job market.

Learning outcomes

  • Interact in practical work-related situations: making small talk and exchanging facts, telephone conversations and interviews
  • Describe academic and professional background in the context of a face to face job interview or online
  • Give a well-structured pitch/presentation on a professional topic
  • Defend arguments and evaluate different ideas or solutions to a problem in a meeting
  • Use listening strategies to understand the main points of clear standard speech regularly encountered in a business environment
  • Understand and comment on trends in work-related matters and current international issues
  • Correspond in clear standard English using appropriate layout and style (cover letters, emails, short reports)

Practical information

Pre-registration dates and deadlines   All information
Required level B2/C1 Level descriptor
Structure of the module
(per week)
> Group 2 periods
  > Multimedia Center (EMA)* --
Timetable Fixed according to the availability of the participants All information
Fees Centre de langues courses are only for members of the UNIL community (with a few exceptions). All information

*When indicated, the multimedia space for independent learning (EMA) is an integrated part of the course. It can be “online inscription” or “free access” (details)

Follow us:  

Online pre-registration
Your Cdl data

>UNIL members

>HEP students and staff members