Business English2020-12-14T15:43:18+00:00

Business English is considered a comprehensive and in-depth course which allows you to develop the practical English skills you need for the business world. Many internationals study this subject intending to be successful in their employment in businesses. It allows you to become more linguistically professional so that you can adapt well.

The programme motivates you and boosts your confidence while giving you opportunities to focus on specific business skills such as presentations and report writing. Business English teaches you the correct way of grammar. It emphasises topics used in business, such as finance and trade. It aids in improving your communication skills and focusses on your vocabulary so you can correspond and articulate to a higher level.

Why should I choose this course?

Key features

  • Learn new things about the business world and how it developed
  • Improve your fluency in the English Language so you able to communicate within that environment formally
  • Establish your interview skills to perform better
  • Expand your knowledge to become more employable
  • Delivered by qualified professionals
  • An engaging and enriching teaching environment for the best learning
campus Learning
Online Learning

Key Facts

Learning Mode
Hours per week
15 Hours

3 Weeks per session

£750 per Session
Payment Plan

Minimum Age

Students in class

Average 12 students

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Learning Outcomes

  • Students will improve their fluency in English speaking and writing and will lead to a professional degree

  • Gain knowledge of business terminology and be able to apply it when communicating with others

  • Learn through role-play and practical examination how to speak with each other professionally and apply it to written correspondence

  • Develop necessary skills to deal with people in business situations

  • Increase their knowledge of key business concepts worldwide

  • Write and read essential business reports, faxes, and memos

  • Expand vocabulary related to general business situations

  • Develop confidence to deal with people and underlying issues in the business world

  • Identify differences and similarities between doing business in North America and other countries


Session 1

This topic will cover the most Use of Key Business Vocabulary important terminology and words that are used throughout the business world and their purpose. This will expand your vocabulary and enhance your knowledge of these terms in the business world.

Grammar is the most important element in all languages. This topic you will focus on how English grammar works and how to write to a professional standard.

This will cover the different elements that make up a business and how they are important to a business.

Session 2

For this topic, we will look at how to comprise messages and how to speak and interact with people in a professional, business manner.

This will look at how to conduct a presentation ensuring you can give a presentation where you are clear and articulate when speaking.

This is where we give you a practical experience of giving a presentation or holding a conversation with a fellow co-worker or professional. This will enhance your confidence in your ability to speak in English and give you a better understanding of what is required.

Session 3

Statistics and the ability to read and understand their meaning is very important in business. This module you will learn how to be able to analyse statistics and trends you can see in the business world for a variety of fields as well as be able to understand how you can change them or work with them.

A business report is an incredibly detailed piece of writing that consists of being able to give as much information as possible in as few words as possible. In the business world you will need this skill in order to be able to communicate information of what your findings are in a concentrated form.

Entry Requirements

Before starting, your level of English should be B1 at a minimum.

Please note the minimum age for students wishing to join this course is 18 years old.

As part of your application, you are required to submit the following supporting documents:

  • Passport/ID

  • Application Form

“I’m happy that I joined this course because it taught me completely new language skills in the workplace
and changed my attitude towards the professional environment and its values.”

Spain, Business English

Class Timings

15 hours per week:

Session 1: 9:00 – 12:30
Session 2: 12:30 – 15:30
Session 3: 15:30 – 18:30

Your class may be in the morning or the afternoon depending on your level. You will be given your course timetable on your first day of classes.

Business English classes starts every 3 weeks on a Monday (except public holidays and over the LSB holiday periods) on the following days:

6th January27th January17th February9th March30th March20th April11th May1st June22nd June13th July3rd August24th August14th September5th October26th October16th November1st Deceber

The LSB holiday are on 21st December 2020 to 3rd january 2021.

Public holidays are as follows:

1st January10th April23rd April8th May25th May31st August25th December26th December


Tuition fees cover the cost of a student’s academic studies. This usually includes teaching costs, registration and examination fees (not repeat or tailing modules, re-sit fees or coursework resubmission). Any costs associated with work placements will be the students responsibility.

Session 1


Session 1+2


Session 1+2+3


Career Progression

The possible careers but not limited to the following.

A digital copywriter might specialise in one form of copywriting or work across several different types, but basically, what they do is write words that sell something, whether it’s a product or a service.

You will be helping to support publishing teams by undertaking administrative tasks, writing content, doing picture research, proofing, and editing documents. In print publishing, an editorial assistant’s duties would include proofing and sometimes editing documents.

Teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) – traditionally used for teaching English to people who want to learn English for work or leisure reasons. TEFL can be done in the UK or abroad and usually involves short-term study.

Using research and creative skills, magazine journalists write a variety of features and news articles for publications, such as consumer magazines and trade journals. suggesting ideas for articles that would interest the magazine’s readers. interviewing and researching to collect information for articles.

Newspaper journalists research and report the news, publishing their work in newspapers and online. You may be working behind the scenes as a researcher or junior reporter – finding out background details about a story or interviewing people – or you may be writing your own articles.

copyeditor focuses mainly on stylistic aspects, fact checks and consistency and makes suggestions for any re-working or re-writing; a proofreader looks for any grammatical, spelling, or typographical mistakes. Many copyeditors/proofreaders work as freelancers for publishing houses, companies, and other organisations.

Secondary School Teachers specialize in teaching students in one or more subject areas. They work with teenagers to help them develop academically by completing exams and assignments to acquire the necessary knowledge to continue their academic careers.

web content manager works closely with project teams, editors, developers and designers to coordinate the site content and make sure it caters to the needs of the target audience. You could be working on sites that are open to the public, or sites for staff use only on a company’s intranet.

Using their command of the common language of their audience, writers conceptualize, research, write and edit polished manuscripts, poems, articles, and other types of written content. In their role, they may work across genres, from nonfiction to poetry, fiction to satire.

Purchasing Manager is an employee within a company, business, or other organization who is responsible at some level for buying or approving the acquisition of goods and services needed by the company. seeking reliable vendors or suppliers to provide quality goods at reasonable prices. negotiating prices and contracts.


Yes, students can open a bank account, all that is needed is documentation.

  • Current passport.
  • Valid visa (for those from outside the European Union)
  • Home bankstatement from the past three months.
  • Proof of address in the UKor abroad (check with your bank)
  • StudentID or acceptance letter from your university.

You must inform us immediately so that we can update your details. For example your address may have changed and this is important we know so that when we send certificates, it goes to the right address.

London School of Business will always be able to help you and if you email us we aim to get back to you within 48hrs or feel free to call us on +44 (0)20 3305 8124.

Please inform us as soon as possible as this may cause a delay in your application by the time you start. There are many applications and checks to be made which takes time. Therefore, we recommend doing this before you start at LSB so that everything is ready when you start.

Once registered at LSB, we can direct you to job fairs. Job fairs are also known as a career fair that employees or recruiters inform you of potential jobs. LSB will also help you get signed on job boards such as Indeed and Reed for more possible jobs.

If you reach out to us, we will be able to arrange another phone call to discuss what grades are acceptable. If we believe you don’t have enough credits to get into LSB, there are many alternatives so don’t panic.

There are open day’s available for students who wish to get a tour around the school. London School of Business holds more than one open day so that every student has an opportunity to attend.

We can always help and inform you what is needed. We can provide a list of available accommodation.

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If you are interested in applying we encourage you to visit the School and meet with our recruitment and admissions staff. It is neither a requirement nor expectation if you are planning on using the programme.

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How to Apply

By enrolling at London School of Business, you will be studying with people from all different types of backgrounds and different cultures, providing an opportunity to socialise and make friends from nations across the globe. Apply now, and one of our Admission Advisors will be in touch to support you through the process.

You can use the following link to apply for the programme: https://www.lsbuk.com/apply/

  • Personal details

  • Family information

  • Extracurricular activities

  • Global interests and experiences

There is no application fee.

  • Proof of your academic achievements, including official school transcripts

  • Evidence of English proficiency, i.e: TOEFL/IELTS/ Functional Skills Level 2 (if English is not your native language)

  • GMAT/SAT/ACT scores (optional)

  • One academic reference

  • A Personal Statement as an essay (400–500 words)

  • Scholarship and financial aid application included with the application form

In order to assess your eligibility for the programme, we will review your profile and your expectations from your career. This will be done via an in-person, telephonic or video conversation. In addition, we will mark your English proficiency for the course as well, and advise on further actions to be taken on your part.

Once your application and personal assessment interview are completed, you will receive an admission decision within two weeks. If you have any questions regarding the status of your application, feel free to contact your Admission Advisor.

If you are accepted into the program and have decided to start your studies at London School of Business, you must confirm your place prior to confirmation deadline.

Once we confirm your student status with us, we will be sending out useful information regarding your pre-arrival, and pre-enrolment.  Not only that, we will work alongside to make sure you have a seamless arrival in the UK.

Need Help Choosing A Programme?

Choosing the right programme is an essential part of your future success. Our dedicated student counsellors are happy to assist you in selecting the right plan that best suits your professional goals. Please contact us on +44 (0)20 3305 8124 or send us an email to english@lsbuk.com to discuss your requirements and obtain an application form.

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