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"From my time with
Effective English Advisers
I will always remember
the constant encouragement
to work harder and improve
by participating in each class
."

Juan Carlos Prono
Bachelor in Business Administration
& Certified Public Accountant
Finconsult S.R.L

Intensive course for ICFE examination
(International Certificate in Financial English)

- With the Certification of Cambridge ESOL Examinations

 

Fundamentals:

This course is specially designed for finance executives and accountants who, after having studied general English for several years, either wish to update their knowledge to fit the new international context or have decided to do a finance postgraduate course. The course covers practice of the basic four skills: listening, reading, writing, and speaking, using drills, cassettes, CD-roms, texts, and debates that favor the acquisition of business vocabulary, development of listening comprehension skills, speaking skills to participate fluently in meetings, business trips or telephone conversations, and writing skills for writing letters and e-mails.

 

Who is this course for?

This course is ideal for accountants and finance executives, professionals or advanced students of postgraduate courses in Finance, Masters in Finance or MBAs, with an intermediate – advanced English level (FCE, CAE, TOEFL IBT 100 score or CBT 220 score, worked per level), who need English in an international business context, companies, professional associations and other organizations.

 

Contents:

The World of Business, financial reports, ethics, and professionalism, risk assessment and analysis, audits, software packages, assets and appraisals, budget, government, costs, accounting management, sustainability, mergers and acquisitions, taxes, capitalization, insurance, banks, investment banking, capital stock market, internships, numbers, figures, graphs, marketing and sales, meetings, presentations, negotiations, conferences and telephone calls, protocol and visitor entertainment, idiomatic expressions, prefixes and suffixes, structures, paraphrasing. Video sessions. Case debate. Formal language vs. Informal language. Writing letters, e-mails, and reports.

 

For further information, contact us.