Upon passing the exam, students
1) Knowledge and understanding
- possess knowledge of the English language, having reached a level of at least B1 according to the CEFR;
- can remember a wide range of terms belonging to the discourse of economics, business and management;
- can understand the gist of written and spoken English used in everyday communicative events linked to their field of study.
2) Applying knowledge and understanding
- can apply their knowledge of English when communicating in professional contexts, by deploying a range of morpho-syntactic structures;
- can work alone and in groups and organise their tasks flexibly.
3) Making judgements
- can select data according to their relevance in order to formulate judgments in their disciplinary and professional domain;
- can evaluate pros and cons of a number of options to solve a given problem.
4) Communication skills
- can communicate effectively and correctly in English and convey general information pertaining to their area of study, by avoiding repetitions;
- can express viewpoints, provide clear descriptions and develop arguments cohesively and coherently;
- can interact with others using a register and level of formality as appropriate to the communicative context and purpose.
5) Learning skills
- can update and consolidate their linguistic knowledge;
- can hone their communicative competence;
- can relate this knowledge and competence to other disciplines in their degree course.