B.A. (Hons) Business with Italian
In Business, you will be able to develop a functional knowledge of how businesses operate and how to manage people, and the production of products and services. You will be encouraged to develop your personal and interpersonal skills and an understanding of strategic thinking. There will also be opportunities to develop skills in different business areas.
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What you'll learn on the course
- Skills and Training
- Business Italian
Global Context of Modern Business
This unit covers the global business context and the practical business issues that need to be considered and managed in todays international business environment. Your studies will include an in-depth analysis of the global business environment with specific reference to global and international settings of business, the market, the firm, the state, business and institutions, technological and economic dimensions, social aspects of business.How Language Works
This applied linguistics unit offers an introduction to the essential knowledge and skills base of language analysis, exploring speech sounds, words, sentences and texts. The main emphasis will be on English, with examples from other languages.Understanding and Managing People
You will study key issues from four main themes: 1. Individuals and work ; 2. Groups and social interaction; 3. The nature and context of understanding and managing people, work and behaviour in organisations; ; and 4.Personal and professional development.
This unit facilitates oral and written language skills at Beginners and Elementary level, corresponding to level A1 of the Common European Framework for Languages. The syllabus will include: greetings and introductions, exchanging personal information, alphabet, pronunciation, models of speech, useful phrases, locating and describing places, accommodation, awareness of local gastronomy, restaurants and eating out, introducing self or a business partner in a formal context, explaining what you do, what you study and your work.