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Furthermore they enable you to gain a qualification with the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM), the UK’s largest management body, which provides the widest range of industry-leading leadership and management qualifications.

Europa School of English is the only school in Bournemouth offering this accredited exam course. Their unique learning model – the Knowing-Doing-Being Framework - takes into account all aspects of good leadership and management and how it works in practice, recognising the need for well-rounded development. This combined improvement in skills will lead to an improved image at work and better promotion opportunities.

Europa School of English offers these ILM Business English Courses that improves your knowledge of English and broaden your business vocabulary, enabling you to feel confident in meeting and socialising with clients and colleagues in a cross-cultural context.

Course Facts

  • Max. 15 students per class
  • Minimum number of students required: 5
  • Mixed nationality classes
  • Native-level teachers
  • Course materials provided
  • Constant monitoring and regular progress tests
  • Homework and directed study assignments
  • ILM Award/ Certificate for successful units

ILM Level 3 Award in Leadership & Management

  • Duration: 3 week Course: 30 lessons per week (22 hrs and 30 mins per week)
  • Minimum level required: B1 (Intermediate)

Our Business Award Course for students with intermediate language abilities covers a wide range of business-related topics, from formal report writing to presentation skills. It develops strong communication skills and uses role-plays and case studies to illustrate learning points and allow participants to practise skills learned.

The course covers specialisations such as English for Marketing. A portfolio of your assignments will evidence your learning and you will receive individual tutorial support as well as classroom-based input.

You will be in a mixed nationality class to boost your confidence, placed with other students of a similar level who have equal enthusiasm. Your English learning will be assessed on a weekly basis, which allows us to measure your progress regularly and identify specific areas for improvement.You will be given help and support in developing your self-study skills as you will be required to complete your assignments independently.

    Course Content Summary

  • Solving problems and making decisions - identify a company problem or improvement opportunity and examine ways to reach a solution.
  • Understanding Marketing for Managers – using a case study to gain an understanding of the marketing context in an organisation.
  • Writing for Business - develop writing skills suitable for business situations, develop your report writing and analytical skills.

Dates and Fees

  • £ 255 per week - based on 5 students
  • Enrolment fee: £50
  • Christmas Closure: 24.12.16 - 08.01.17 and 23.12.17 – 07.01.2018
  • No lessons on bank holidays: 14.04.17; 17.04.2017; 01.05.2017; 29.05.17; 28.08.17.
  • If your course starts on a bank holiday you will start on the Tuesday. There is no refund for classes not taught on public holidays.

    ILM Level 3 Certificate in Leadership & Management

  • Duration: 5 week course: 35 lessons per week (26 hrs and 15 mins per week)
  • Minimum level required: B2 (Upper-intermediate)

Our Business Certificate Course for students with higher level language abilities covers a wide range of business-related topics, from formal report writing to presentation skills. It develops strong communication skills and uses role-plays and case studies to illustrate learning points and allow participants to practise skills learned. The course covers specialisations such as English for Marketing. A portfolio of your assignments will evidence your learning and you will receive individual tutorial support as well as classroom-based input.

You will be in a mixed nationality class to boost your confidence, placed with other students of a similar level who have equal enthusiasm. Your English learning will be assessed on a weekly basis, which allows us to measure your progress regularly and identify specific areas for improvement.Self-study will be required to complete your assignments.

      Course Content Summary
  • Solving Problems and Making Decisions - identify a company problem or improvement opportunity and examine ways to reach a solution.
  • Understanding Leadership - develop the knowledge and understanding of different leadership styles or behaviours to be found in the workplace, including an understanding of your own preferred leadership style.
  • Understanding Marketing for Managers – gain an understanding of the marketing context in an organisation.
  • Writing for Business - develop writing skills suitable for a business situations.
  • Giving Briefings and Making Presentations - develop your skills in this important area of business communication.
  • Negotiation and Networking in the Workplace – improve ways in which you can influence others and achieve your objectives.
  • Understanding Financial Management – management accountancy and bookkeeping within the context of an organisation.
  • Workplace Communication - learn how to be an effective communicator.

Programme Structure

Start Dates

  • You can start your course every Monday throughout the year.
  • Off-Peak Season: 1st January – 23rd June 2018
  • Peak Season: 23rd June – 1st September 2018

    Tuition Fees

    • Off-Peak Season: £255.00 per week
    • Peak Season: £280.00 per week

    Detailed Programme Facts

    • Deadline and start date Application deadline and start date were not specified by the programme.
    • Programme intensity Full-time
    • Languages
      • English
    • Delivery mode
      On Campus
    • More information Go to the programme website

    English Language Requirements

    This programme requires students to demonstrate proficiency in English.

    Living costs for Bournemouth

    • 700 - 1000 GBP/month
      Living Costs

    The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.

    Funding

    Check the programme website for information about funding options.

    StudyPortals Tip: Students can search online for independent or external scholarships that can help fund their studies. Check the scholarships to see whether you are eligible to apply. Many scholarships are either merit-based or needs-based.