Business English topics

Designed for higher education students, those courses bring students to focus on a topic using podcasts, videos or articles from the press.

Students are asked to answer questions as they are listening.

This mimics the TOEIC style listening comprehension exam. This also helps students correct their listening-writing coordination.

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Health Economics

This course prepares students for their final 20 minute presentation and 15 page report write-up.

It offers a collection of articles and podcasts used for writing exercises and in-class discussions.

30 hours.

Retail English

This is a 2 group course. For group one, this class is a refresher and students benefit from this course by displaying an improved English level.

For group two, this class is a refresher of the English basics: grammar and vocabulary. The challenge is to prepare both groups for the same 10 minute final presentation and written exam.

24 hours.

Quantitative English

This course prepares students for their final 20 minute presentation and 40 page report.

The course is essentially based on podcasts.  Students are proposed exercises where they need to reporduce what they are listening to.

Students are also asked to do multiple short write-ups based on the podcasts’ topics.

24 hours.

Marketing English

This course is meant to fully prepare future research executives to work in global environments.

Students work on documents meant to test their listening and reading comprehension ability. Students are also asked to produce many short write-ups. Those exercises prepare students for their final 20 minute group presentaions.

60 hours.

Banking English

This course is meant to prepare students for the TOEIC exam.

Preparation is first done reading and listening comprehension exercises based on a selection of articles and podcasts.

Preparation then brushed up using various TOEIC tests found over the Internet.

24 hours.

Anne-Pierre de Peyronnet

Anne-Pierre de Peyronnet

Anne-Pierre de Peyronnet teaches business topics in English at la Sorbonne since 2007.

He spent 14 years in Anglo-Saxon countries, among which, about 7 in the United-States of America. He holds an MBA from Babson, one of the most prestigious business focused Colleges in New England.

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