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ENGLISH LANGUAGE 2013

Irish Business School

City Center • 7 Burgh Quay • Dublin 2 • Ireland Milltown Park • Ranelagh • Dublin 6 • Ireland info@ibsd.ie • www.ibsd.ie Phone •+353 1 2776808

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General English

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Business and Marketing ABE level 5

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Business and Marketing ABE level 6

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Post Graduate Course

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Location

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International Students

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Accommodation

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WELCOME

Welcome Welcome to Irish Business School where our mission is to provide a quality edua friendly family atmosphere, where everybody works together as a team to help our

personal experience.

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General English Course Aims Consolidate and expand key communication skills Apply language learned in the classroom to real-world situations Develop more awareness of pronunciation with practical knowledge leading to greater uency and accuracy Increase knowledge of Irish life and culture

GENERAL ENGLSIH

Introduction We o er General English courses covering all four skills with the primary focus on the students’ communicative and interactive abilities. There is also a strong focus on pronunciation that can make the students more aware of not only how they communicate but also how successfully they communicate. The courses provide students the opportunity to improve and develop all areas of their English language skills in a supportive and encouraging environment. The core lessons are aimed at presenting new vocabulary and language structures and then providing students the opportunity to practise and develop this language. This course is perfect for students wishing to develop ‘natural’ English as well as increasing their knowledge of the English grammar system. Students attend lessons Monday to Friday 9.00– 13.00 with a 20-minute co ee break. At the end of the course students can sit the TIE exam.

Course Content There is a syllabus for each level. Students receive a course book and supplementary material from a wide range of sources is used in conjunction with the syllabus. All four skills are covered and there is a strong focus on pronunciation. Students learn the fundamentals of phonetics, word stress, sentence stress and connected speech. Classes are task-based and interactive with lots of practical activities and exercises in order to maximise their use of English. Throughout their course students are constantly monitored from an initial placement test to weekly progress tests through to a nal end of level test where students receive a course certi cate.

Course Related Information Course Starts Lessons per week Levels Class Times

Every Monday 15 hours A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 & C2 9.00 – 13.00

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BUSINESS AND MARKETING

Business and Marketing ABE Level 5 The Business Management and Marketing Management Diplomas are recognised by over 40 UK universities for entrance into the second year of a degree. Each course is composed of 8 modules.

Course Content Business 1. Quantitative Methods for Business Management 2. The Business Environment 3. Financial Accounting 4. Marketing Policy, Planning & Communicaton 5. Organisational Behaviour 6. Human Resources Management 7. Economics for Business 8. Entrepreneurship & Business Development

Marketing 1. Marketing, Planning & Communications 2. The Business Environment 3. Organisational Behaviour 4. Principles of Marketing 5. Managing the Customer Relationship 6. Marketing Information Systems 7. Principles of Business Law 8. Quantitative Methods for Business Management

Course Content Candidates who have passed 2 units of any ABE Level 4 Diploma (QCF) or Level 3 Certificate (NQF) or equivalent are eligible to register for this qualification but they must complete the Level 4 Diploma before they can be awarded the Level 5 Diploma. Candidates must be competent in English (IELTS 5.0 minimum).

Progression Students who have attained Level 5 can progressautomatically to Level 6

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The Business Management and Marketing Management courses, are accredited by Ofqual, and follow a comprehensive and detailed programme, covering the necessary knowledge and skills required in modern business practice. The course provides students with an appreciation of business theory and helps develop a range of practical skills thus enhancing your value to employers. An ABE Diploma is valuable in its own right. It is recognised by employers and Universities all over the world.

BUSINESS AND MARKETING

Business and Marketing ABE Level 6

Course Content Business 1. Corporate Strategy & Planning 2. Managing in Organisations 3. International Business Case Study 4. Strategic Marketing Management 5. Project Management

Marketing 1. International Marketing 2. Contemporary Issues in Marketing 3. Integrated Marketing Communications 4. Strategic Marketing Management 5. Corporate Strategy & Planning

Course Content • Progress to a qualification in the same subject area - in particular Level 7 Diploma in Business Management or in another subject area • Direct entry to the final year of an Honours Degree (including Masters) • Postgraduate Diploma which is a fast track to a Masters Degree / MBA in many countries including the UK, US, Australia and Canada • Direct entry to MBA course (with work experience, depending on each university policy) • Allows exemptions from professional bodies, including ACCA, CIMA and BCS

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Post Graduate Course BTEC Level 7 Extended Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership Courses start: February, May, September, November. Hours per week: 15+. Background Reading: 2 hours average per week

Benefits BTEC Level 7 Extended Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership is designed for those working in business management or other sectors with a responsibility for management and leadership. You will develop a range of skills and techniques, personal qualities and attitudes essential for successful performance in the management sector.

BUSINESS AND MARKETING

Duration BTEC Level 7 Extended Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership is normally studied over a period of twelve to eighteen months.

Entry Requirements • Candidates should possess a recognised Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline, or overseas equivalent or HND qualification. • Candidates who do not possess the required academic qualifications, but have a minimum of five years experience working in a strategic management position, are also encouraged to submit an application. • Students whose first language is not English will need an IELTS score of 6.5 or an equivalent accreditation. Core Units • Developing Corporate Culture • Strategic Marketing Management • Strategic Human Resource Management • Project Development and Implementation for Strategic Managers • Managing Financial Principles and Techniques • Strategic Supply Chain Management and Logistics • Creative and Innovative Management • Corporate Communication Strategies • Research Methods for Strategic Managers • Strategic Planning Progression Students successfully completing the extended diploma will be able to progress to the University of Worcester and University of Wales, on completion of a one year top-up course to receive an MSc Management or an MBA. Award The course is awarded by the Business & Technology Education Council (BTEC). www.ibsd.ie | 06


LOCATION • CAMPUS • FACILITIES

Location Irish Business School offers two dynamic campuses, one is located in the heart of Dublin. The other one is located in beatiful grounds in Ranelagh, South side of Dublin.

Campus and Facilities Lecture Rooms At both campuses there are fifteen lecture rooms of various sizes; they combine elegant furnishings with a full complement of audio-visual and presentation equipment, such as whiteboards, visualisers and PC/Projection systems. We have Wi-Fi throughout IBS for all students, quiet study areas and an extensive Library.

Canteen At both campuses we have a canteen large enough to accommodate up to 50guests, serving a range of hot and cold food and refreshments daily. We know how important it is to have the right catering available for hungry students which is why we have made arrangements with our chef to cater for any special dietary requirements.

During good weather students can picnic in the grounds, or simply sit and read. For our sportier students we have walkways and a woodland track for joggers in the large parkland campus. Students can also join in the fun of the surrounding Soccer, Rugby and Cricket facilities and Clubs

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

International Students Irish Business School welcomes students from all around the world. We have a diverse student population of all ages and from many career backgrounds. International students are welcomed by our inclusive and friendly atmosphere. Each student is assigned a student counsellor who can advise them on courses of studies, progression and career paths. Accommodation Irish Business School accommodates and facilitates students from abroad; our student counsellors help students to find the right accommodation for them, matching students requirements for them, matching student’s quirements and accommodation type. Academic calendar Classes for International students commence in February, May and September. Enrolments for these courses take place during the preceding 3 months. For full details of our Admission procedures and Visa requirements please check our web www.ibsd.ie

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Accommodation

Student Residence. If students require hostel or hotel accommodation during their stay in Ireland we are happy to help students book suitable places to stay in the area. BS’ student residence is equipped with a Private Bathroom, Television, Self-Catering Facilities, Central Heating and there is WiFi throughout the residence. Students have the facility of checking-in any day of the week and check-out is 12pm.

ACCOMODATION

Host Family Ireland has always been famed for its hospitality and staying with a host family is one of the best ways to experience this first-hand. Many students find staying with an Irish family a very rewarding experience as it offers them a unique insight into Irish culture and provides the perfect opportunity to improve English by practising it in a natural everyday context

Medical Insurance For non-EU students, medical insurance is now mandatory for those students signing up for courses of 12+ weeks. IBS can arrange medical insurance for € 99 per year. Airport Transfers A transfer from the airport to the student residence is € 50. A bus ticket from the airport to Dublin city centre (5 minute walk from the City Centre) is € 3

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Irish Business School

City Center • 7 Burgh Quay • Dublin 2 • Ireland Milltown Park • Ranelagh • Dublin 6 • Ireland info@ibsd.ie • www.ibsd.ie Phone +353 1 2776808

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