Competence and skills

  • This program is designed to prepare English specialists with systemic knowledge on the most relevant issues related to economy, business and law. Students acquire the skills and competence required to contribute to the development of business projects and to work in national and international enterprises and be effective in the conditions of the international integration and globalization of markets
  • The Business English courses have three basic objectives:
    • Acquire a thorough practical competence in English, including the ability to speak and write in this language and to translate non-literary texts in the field of business;
    • Deepen global understanding of the business-related subjects (corporate law, labor law, economics, marketing …).

Course content:

  • The program aims to ensure that the learners develop English language, skills along with learning a second European language and that they receive a broad vocationally focused education in disciplines and practices that support business and international trade.
  • The program is divided into modules:
    • 1-The core modules are devoted to English the (language of business and corporate communication, notions of civilization and literature, business and technical translation …)
    • 2-2- The transverse and optional modules develop knowledge and understanding of legal disciplines (corporate and labor), economics, marketing, and management. They also include optional foreign languages courses in relation to the major economic partners of Tunisia (German, Italian, Spanish and Russian).

Career potential:

  • International trade: Export assistant, procurement, etc…
  • International mediation
  • Cultural, tourism agents
  • Communication assistant, specialized translation
  • Distribution
  • Public administration: Foreign affairs, European and international institutions

Potential sectors:

  • Tourism
  • Food industry
  • Banking
  • Textile and garment
  • Consultancy and Business Services
  • Transportation and Logistics
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