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English Plus Business and Digital Media

Key information

Study in

Start dates:
2 and 30 October, 20 November 2017; 2, 29 January, 26 February, 26 March, 23 April, 21 May, 18 June, 16 July, 13 August, 10 September, 8 October 2018
Course length:
Minimum 2 weeks (no maximum)
Class size range:
14
Tuition:
28 lessons (21 hours) per week

Entry requirements

English:
Kings Level 4 (Lower Intermediate)
Minimum age:
16

Sample timetable for English Plus Business and Digital Media

English Plus Business and Digital Media sample timetable

The courses

This course is designed for students who either work in the digital media or creative industries now, or plan to in the future. It will help support specific language development in a wide variety of business contexts, with particular focus on the vocabulary used in the areas of new media, digital communication and creative technologies.

Creative Brighton

Students will gain an insight into the structure and working practices of the digital media industries in one of the most exciting and creative locations in the UK. It provides the opportunity to see how one of the fastest growing global industries functions in a real-life context.

Included in the price

  • 28 lessons per week
  • Welcome Information Pack
  • Placement test on arrival, weekly progress tests and regular homework
  • Teaching materials and use of coursebook
  • Use of Computer Learning Centre
  • Access to ClassMate online learning
  • Wifi in College
  • Optional weekly lecture programme
  • Optional weekly guided self-study sessions
  • Regular accompanied visits to companies and financial institutions
  • Two free social activities per week
  • End-of-Course Certificate

Course structure and content

In the mornings, students have lessons in General English, to improve the overall level of their English language.

In the afternoons they are part of a specialised Business English class with a focus on digital media and new technologies. All relevant aspects of English in a business and digital media context are covered. This includes general business terminology, giving presentations and pitches and other aspects of business communication. Students are encouraged to explore specific areas related to digital media.

Skills developed

Language

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Listening
  • Speaking
  • Comprehension
  • Grammar
  • Vocabulary
  • Pronunciation

Business and Digital Media

Social media marketing, web development, and the use of creative technologies in a commercial context.

Business case-study

Presentation, pitch and report.

Develop skills and network

Use the connections you make in class and outside to build an effective network of industry contacts. The new media and creative industries are built on the natural connectivity of digital media — get yourself known to professionals in the UK and beyond.