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1 LIST OF ENGLISH CONDUCTED COURSES FOR INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE STUDENTS Spring semester 2015 No Course name Course code 1 Advanced Mathematics 1 (Calculus) MAC101 2 Introduction to computer sciences CSI101 Programming Fundamentals (C) PRF192 4 Discrete mathematics 1 MAD111 5 Advanced Mathematics 2 (Linear Algebra) MAA101 6 Working in groups SSG101/SSG102 7 Discrete mathematics 2 MAD121 8 Object-Oriented Paradigm (C++) PRO191 9 Introduction to Software Engineering SWE Core Java PRJ Operating Systems OSG Pre-intermediate Business English ENM201 1 Intermediate Business English ENM01 14 Upper Intermediate Business English ENM Data structures and Algorithms CSD Introduction to Databases DBI NET & C# PRN Computer Network NWC Software requirement SWR01 20 Software Quality and Testing SWQ91 21 Advance Java PRJ Statistics and Probability MAS291 2 Microeconomics ECO Introduction to Informatics CSI Introduction to Management MGT Academic English ENL Principles of Accounting ACC Macroeconomics ECO Advanced Mathematics for Business MAC102 0 Organizational Behavior OBE101 1 Advanced Academic English ENL112 2 Monetary Economics & Global Economy FIN201 Principles of Corporate Finance FIN202 4 Marketing Principles MKT101 5 ICT elective: Excel Programming PRE201 6 Statistics & Data Processing MAS201 7 Consumer Behavior MKT201 1

2 8 Concentration 2: Services Marketing Management MKT202 9 Concentration : Marketing Research MKT01 40 Business Communication SSC Upper Intermediate Business English ENM Vovinam VOV 112; VOV 1 4 Vietnamese VNF001 COURSE DESCRIPTION Eligibility Students from partner universities should be nominated by home universities. Students from other foreign universities should send application directly to the International Cooperation Department, FPT University for approval. The most updated list of our partners in student exchange can be found in the website: Students should complete at least one year of full time study at the home university, have good academic performance records and have the English language proficiency equivalent to TOEFL 550 (Paper based total)/ 80 (Internet based total)/ 21 (Computer based total) or IELTS 6.0. For further information, please contact us at: No International Cooperation Department, FPT University Hoa Lac high tech park, Km 29 Thang Long high way, Hanoi, Vietnam Phone: Course code 1 MAC101 Course name Credit Description Advanced Mathematics 1 (Calculus) Content: This course cover the fundamental calculus concepts generally required in engineering, science and finance. Topics included: limits & derivatives of single variable function, integral of single variable function, sequence & series, limits & derivatives of multiple variable function, integral of multiple variable function. Students may be also introduced to the use computerized tools (for example Maxima) for calculus calculation. The course will expose students to a range of applications of calculus in science and technology; for example, application of optimization in finance and engineering. Many of the topics and applications are left for self-study and the skill of applying calculus in realistic problems will be assessed in examinations. A successful study of the course also involves regular use of course website (at the University course management system) and textbook website, including accessing up-to-date information and material of the course, receiving online supports from teachers and other students and 2

3 2 CSI101 PRF192 4 MAD111 5 MAA101 Introduction to Computer Sciences Programming Fundamentals (C) Discrete Mathematics 1 Advanced Mathematics 2 (Linear Algebra) practicing for assessment. The mathematics knowledge in this course provides the base for topics discussed in Probability & Statistics. Textbook: James Stewart, 2008, Essential Calculus, 6 th ed., International Student Edition, Thomson Brooks/Cole. Content: This course gives students a general picture of the dynamic Information Technology and help them going on with further courses with a consistent level of knowledge. Topics include: history of computing, software tools, computer architecture, numbering systems, operating systems, networks, the Internet, database fundamentals, data & file structures, programming & software engineering, computing security, ethics and technology tendency. Textbook:Greg Anderson, David Ferro and Robert Hilton, 2005, Connecting to Computer Science, Thomson Course Technology. Content: This course gives students knowledge about basics of information theory, computer system and methods of software development. It focuses on function-oriented programming design, coding, testing and discipline in programming. Topics include: data types, control structures, functions, arrays, file structure and implementation, testing and debugging. Pre-requisite: CSI101 Textbook:Evan Weaver, 200, Foundations of Programming Using C, printed by FPT University in Content:This course is the first part of the coverage of mathematical foundation for computer science. Topics include: logic, mathematical reasoning and proof techniques, mathematical induction and recursion, set and maps, basic number theory, counting techniques, combinatorics, and discrete probability. The course will expose students to the large range of applications of the mathematical concepts in information technology; for example, application of number theory in cryptography and computer security. The mathematics in this course will provide the base for topics discussed in the second part: Discrete Mathematics 2. Pre-requisite:N/A Textbook: Kenneth H.Rosen, Discrete mathematics and its applications, 6th ed., Mc.Graw Hill Content: 1. Linear systems, matrices, determinant, vectors, vector spaces, lineardependence/independence, basis, dimension. 2. Linear transformations, matrices of linear transformations, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, diagonalization.

4 6 SSG101/ MAD121 8 PRO191 9 SWE102 Working in group Discrete Mathematics 2 Object Oriented Paradigm (C++) Introduction to Software Engineering 10 PRJ101 Core Java Textbook: Nicholson Keith, Linear Algebra with Applications, 6th edition Content:This course will cover both classic and current theories of group communication that focus on "how groups work" and include practical information on group communication strategies and skills that emphasize "how to work in groups". Topics included: group development, group membership, group diversity, group leadership, group motivation, conflict and cohesion in groups, planning and conducting meetings and technology and virtual groups. Learning in the class will be facilitated through the use of vehicles such as textbook readings, class discussion, exercises/inclass activities, cases and lectures. Textbook:Isa N.Engleberg and Dianna R.Wynn. (2010). Working in Groups: Communication Principles and Strategies (5th Edition). Boston, MA: Pearson/Allyn & Bacon. Content:This is the continuance of Discrete mathematics 1. Topics include: Relations, Graphs, Trees, Boolean Algebra and Modeling Computation. Pre-requisite: MAD111 Textbook:Kenneth H.Rosen, Discrete mathematics and its applications, 6th ed., Mc.Graw Hill Content:This course gives the introduction of object-oriented paradigm to students who have knowledge about function-oriented paradigm. It begins with the description of control structures, data types and the importance of data structures and array data processing. It then describes the object-oriented programming model focusing on the definition and the usage of class as the foundation of object-oriented design. Topics include: an overview of the principles of programming, algorithm analysis, sorting and searching techniques, and other issues of software engineering. Pre-requisite: PRF192 Textbook: Evan Weaver, 200, Foundations of Object Oriented Programming Using C++, printed by FPT University in Content:This course gives general knowledge about the software engineering processes, software development life cycle, project management, change management, software requirements, software architecture design, software testing, software reuse, and modern software development methodologies. Pre-requisite: PRO191 Textbook: Ian Sommerville, 2011, Software Engineering, 9th ed., Pearson Content:This course is composed of two parts: the first part is for overviewing JAVA technology and strengthening the basic knowledge and skills in 4

5 11 OSG ENM201 1 ENM01 Operating Systems Pre-intermediate Business English Intermediate Business English java programming language, the second part is for developing distributed Java SE Platform applications. Topics include: Java fundamentals, Operators and Assignments, Modifiers, Converting and casting, Flow control, Assertion, Exception handling, Objects and Classes, Threats, I/O and Streams, Swing Components, Layout managers, Object Streams and RMI Pre-requisite: PRO191 Textbook: Phillip Heller, Simon Roberts, 2005, Complete Java 2 Certification, 5th ed. Content:This course covers knowledge about Operating System, Process, Thread, Deadlock, Memory Management, Input/output, and File Systems Pre-requisite: CSI101 Textbook: Andrew S. Tanenbaum, 2009 (2007), Modern Operating Systems, nd (or 2rd) ed., Pearson. Content:This course is designed to help students improve their ability to communicate in English in a wide range of business situations. Besides, it also helps students acquire and develop business knowledge through the authentic sources such as Financial Times. In addition to the Market Leader unit outlines the course is enhanced with supplementary activities corresponding to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. In particular the course will help students: * Communicate effectively in discussions, meetings, negotiations, socialization events * acquire and effectively use professional skills including telephoning, presentations, correspondence exchange, and problem solving. * enrich knowledge of business in the fastchanging world 1Textbook: David Cotton, David Falvey & Simon Kent, 2009, Market Leader Pre-Intermediate Business English Course Book (with CDs), Pearson Longman. John Rogers, 2009, Market Leader Pre- Intermediate Business English Practice File (with CDs), Pearson Longman Content:This course is designed to help students improve their ability to communicate in English in a wide range of business situations. Besides, it also helps students acquire and develop business knowledge through the authentic sources such as Financial Times. In addition to the Market Leader unit outlines the course is enhanced with supplementary activities corresponding to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. In particular the course will help students: * Communicate effectively in discussions, meetings, negotiations, socialization events * acquire and effectively use professional skills 5

6 14 ENM CSD DBI202 Upper Intermediate Business English Data structures and Algorithms Introduction to Databases including telephoning, presentations, correspondence exchange, and problem solving. * enrich knowledge of business in the fastchanging world Pre-requisite: Business English, Pre-Intermediate level Textbook: David Cotton, David Falvey & Simon Kent, 2009, Market Leader Pre-Intermediate Business English Course Book (with CDs), Pearson Longman. John Rogers, 2009, Market Leader Intermediate Business English Practice File (with CDs). Pearson Longman Content:This course is designed to help students further enhance their ability to communicate in English in an almost real business and businessrelated situations. It covers not only general business administration area but also deals with more complex issues such as management style and crisis management. It also helps students develop necessary knowledge and skills to excell in their future career. In addition to the businessfocused contents, the course is enhanced with supplementary activities corresponding to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, with a focus on developing students' own style in communication as a plus in their professional communication strategy. In particular the course will help students: * Enhance confidence, accuracy and fluency to communicate professionally and effectively in business-like contexts e.g. discussions, meetings, negotiations for the best business results; * acquire and practice professional communication skills at a higher level of complexity, including dealing with complaints, persuading for loan, negotiating for the best terms in M&A, informationbased decision making and problem solving. * expand knowledge of business concepts and business trends in the fast-changing world Pre-requisite: Business English - Level: Intermediate (ENM01 or ENI01) Textbook: David Cotton, David Falvey & Simon Kent, 2009, Market Leader Upper-Intermediate Business English Course Book (with CDs). Pearson Longman. Content: This course introduces the basic concepts of data structures and algorithms. Topics include: recursion, basis theory of object-oriented paradigm, basic data structures (stacks, queues, linked lists, hash tables, trees and graphs), and the basis of algorithm analysis. Pre-requisite:MAD121 or CSI101 Textbook: Adam Drozdek, 2005, Data structures and algorithms in C++, rd ed., Thomson course technology. Content: The theory of relational database model and relational database design; Database management systems; Queries and updates; 6

7 17 PRN292.NET&C# 18 NWC SWR01 SWQ91 Computer Network Software Requirement SW Quality Assurance & Testing Transactions and data securities; Introduction of some other databases. Pre-requisite: MAD121 or PRJ101 Textbook: Jeffrey D. Ullman, Jennifer Widom, 2008, First Course in Database Systems,rd ed., Pearson. Content: This course gives students basic fundamentals of programming languages such as C# and the Microsoft technology platform.net with.net platform,.net Framework, Data Access, ADO.NET, WinForms, WebForms, and WCF. Pre-requisite: PRO191, Pref. DIB201 Textbook: Adrew Troelsen, 2007, C# with.net Platform.0 (e-book). Content: Gives students an introduction to computer networks, internet, TCP / IP: Data link layer, Network layer, Transport layer, Application layer, network security, and network management Pre-requisite: OSG201 Textbook: James F.Kuose and Keith W.Ross, 2008, Computer Network: A Top-down Approach, Pearson. Content: This course helps students to practice on software system requirements and gives them different ways of writing software requirements specifications for a number of systems models that may be developed during the requirements engineering process. It focuses much on the activities involved in the requirements engineering process and explains how to specify functional and non-functional dependability requirements for critical systems. Pre-requisite: SWE102 Textbook: Axel Van Lamsweerde, 2009, requirements Engineering: From System Goals to UML Models to Software Specifications (e-book), John Wiley &Son Content: This course gives the general concepts of quality and quality assurance; the testing techniques to ensure that appropriate functionalities have been implemented correctly in the software system: black box or functional testing, clear box or structural testing, usage-based statistical testing; test activities, management, and related issues, such as testing sub-phases, team organization, testing process, people's roles and responsibilities, test automation, etc.; Other testing, verification and validation techniques; Defect prevention: 7

8 PRJ201 Advanced Java MAS291 Probability and Statistics ECO111 Microeconomics objectives, benefits and techniques; Some practical quality assessment and improvement issues Pre-requisite: SWE102 Textbook: Axel Van Lamsweerde, 2009, requirements Engineering: From System Goals to UML Models to Software Specifications (e-book), John Wiley &Son Content: This course includes two parts: the first part is for building web applications from JSP page and servlet technologies, the second part is for introducing to Enterprise Java Beans. It delves into Java technology, Java SE (6.0), Web, EJB in J2EE. Pre-requisite: PRJ101 Textbook: David Bridgewater, 2005, Sun Certified Web Component Developer. Content: This course starts with an introduction to continuous probability and a review of discrete probability, then explores 5 major topics in statistics: descriptive statistics, parameter estimations, hypothesis testing, regressions & correlations and analysis of variances. For each topics in statistics, students will be exposed to the use of statistical tools (for example Excel with statistics add-on) for solving realistic problems. Emphasis on the application of probability and statistics (for example in software quality control) will be made in appropriate topics. The mathematics knowledge acquired in this course will provide students with tools and methods for data analyzing and decision making in their later career. Pre-requisite: MAA101 Textbook: Montgomery D.C. & Runger G.C., Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers, 4th (or 5th) ed., John Wiley & Sons. Content: Economics is the study of how the society manages its scarce resources. Economics has been divided into the subcategories of microeconomics and macroeconomics. While macroeconomics studies aggregate issues related to national and international economic activities, this course - microeconomics - focuses on the behavior of individual economic agents. 8

9 20 CSI MGT101 Introduction to Informatics Introduction to Management Microeconomics studies how households (or individuals), business (or firms, enterprises) and the government make decisions, given scarcity of resources. It also studies the interactions among those market members and how these interactions have impacts on their economic benefits and the economy. Because most of these activities occur in the markets, this course also focuses on how the markets work. Textbook: Mankiw, N. G., 2012, Principles of Economics (International Edition), 6th edition, South-Western CENGAGE Learning Content: This course is intended to give students a general picture of the dynamic Information Technology today and help them moving on to the further courses with a consistent level of knowledge. The fundamental knowledge of computing are better understood by extensively practicing and doing self-study exercises at the end of each chapter. Upon successful completion of this course students should: 1. Know about the history of computing, computer architecture, numbering systems, operating systems, networks, the Internet, database fundamentals, and Microsoft Office: Excel, Power Point, and Word. 2. Be able to apply the learned knowledge and use appropriate tools to solve a given problem. Be able to self-study, work in group and make a presentation Textbook: - Book1 (Hard copy): Greg Anderson, David Ferro, Robert Hilton, 2010, Connecting with Computer Science, 2nd ed., Thomson Course Technology - E-Book (Soft Copy): Ed Bott, Woody Leonard, 2007, Using Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007 (Special Edition) Content:The course explores and focuses around the managerial functions of management: Planning, Organizing, Leading and Controlling. The course is designed to provide basic skills required in management, how the principles of management developed, the necessary attributes of manager, and coverage of significant management theories. The course will also serve as an introduction to mini case studies, which involves each group working as a management team. Learning in the class will be facilitated through the use of vehicles such as textbook readings, class discussion, exercises/activities, cases, self quizzes and lectures... Textbook:Adrew.J. DuBrin, 2011, Essentials of Management, 9th edition, South- Western Cengage Learning 22 ENL111 Academic Content:This course of study is for students of 9

10 2 ACC101 English Principles of Accounting 24 ECO121 Macroeconomics 25 MAC102 Advanced Mathematics for Business advanced level learners who need to be able to understand and use the English in the academic context. The units are organized in thematically linked sections and cover a wide range of subjects while introducing various test taking skills. Textbook: Barry Cusack and Sam McCarter, 2007, Improve your IELTS - Listening and Speaking Skills Content:The main content is structured into twelve chapters covering Financial Accounting, Management Accounting and Business Finance. Topics include: business transaction, financial statement format and analysis, inventory and account receivable, type of assets and liability, costing classification, master budget and capital budgeting Textbook:Wild, Shaw, & Chiappetta, 201, Fundamental accounting principles, 21th Edition, McGraw Hill. Content: Economics is the study of how society manages its scarce resources. Economics has been divided into the subcategories of microeconomics and macroeconomics. While microeconomics focuses on the behavior of individual economic agents, this course - macroeconomics - studies how economists measure macroeconomic variables and covers topics such as determination of national output, economic growth, unemployment, inflation, interest rates, and exchange rates. Macroeconomics also discusses and assesses the effectiveness of monetary and fiscal policies under different scenarios. Pre-requisite: ECO111 Textbook: Mankiw, N. G., 2012, Principles of Economics (International Edition), 6th edition, South-Western CENGAGE Learning Content:This course cover the fundamental calculus concepts generally required in business administration and finance. Topics included: limits & derivatives of single variable function, integral of single variable function, derivatives of multiple variable function. The course will also expose students to a range of applications of calculus in business; for example, optimization. Some of the topics and applications may be left for self-study and the skill of applying calculus in realistic problems will be assessed in examinations. A successful study of the course also involves regular use of course website (at the University course management system) and textbook, receiving online supports from teachers and other students and practicing for assessment. Textbook: David J. Ellenbogen, Marvin L. Bittinger, 2011, Calculus And Its Applications, 10 10

11 26 OBE ENL FIN FIN202 Organizational behavior Advanced Academic English Monetary Economics & Global Economy Principles of Corporate Finance ed, Pearson Education Content: The course is organized around three determinants of behavior in organizations: 1) individuals, 2) groups, and ) organizational structure. Particular emphasis will be placed on individual difference, attitude, motivation, job satisfaction, communication, leadership, stress, change, and organizational culture. Vigorous class discussions, cases, activities, along with group projects and self quizzes will provide the basis for the learning environment in the classroom. Textbook: S. P. Robbins and T. A. Judge, 2010, Essentials of Organizational Behavior, 10th Edition. Pearson Education, Inc., New Jersey. Content:This course of study is for students of advanced level learners who need to be able to understand and use the English in the academic context. The units are organized thematically linked sections and cover a wide range of subjects while introducing various test taking skills. Textbook: Barry Cusack and Sam McCarter, 2007, Improve your IELTS - Listening and Speaking Skills Content:The course is an intermediate-level course in macroeconomics, including topics in international, monetary, and financial economics. The goal of the course is to provide a coherent framework for analyzing macroeconomic events, such as business cycles (recessions and booms) and long-run growth, their impact on financial markets, and to discuss macroeconomic policy. In all parts of the course, theories will be applied to current economic events. Particular emphasis will be placed on the relation between macroeconomic events and financial markets. Pre-requisite: ECO121(*) (Macroeconomics) Textbook: Andrew Abel, Ben Bernanke and Dean Croushore, 2011, Macroeconomics, 7th Edition, Pearson Education Inc. Content:The course describes the corporation and its operating environment, the manner in which corporate boards and management evaluate investment opportunities and arrangements for financing such investments. It also brings discussion in wide range context under varying conditions of aggregate demand, inflation, tax rates, interest rates, and exchange rates, among other variables as well as the tools for valuing the short-term movements in equity valuations in the various stock markets are even more complexly determined. Topics include: Analyzing Financial Statements, The Time Value of Money, Cash Flows and Capital Budgeting, Risk and Return, Stock Valuation, The Cost of Capital, working capital management Pre-requisite: ECO121 (Macroeconomics) 11

12 0 MKT101 Marketing Principles Textbook: Robert Parrino, David KidWell, 2012, Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, 2nd edition, John Wiley Content:The course is designed to provide students with a strong foundation in marketing based on five key activities: (1) identifying customer needs, (2) providing customers with the right products or service to meet their needs, () assuring availability to customers through the right distribution channels, (4) using promotional activities in ways that motivate purchase as effectively as possible, (5) setting an appropriate price that maximizes firm profitability while maintaining customer satisfaction. Textbook: Kotler, Philip and Armstrong, Gary, 2012, Principles of Marketing, 14th Edition, Pearson Content: The course will be divided into two main parts: - Part 1 is all about the advanced concept of MS Excel which consists of: In-Depth formatting: students should acknowledge the advantages of MS Excel over MS Word in designing table-like documents. Charting: Data visualization is essential for Business Analyst and MS Excel is a perfect tool to support this aspect. While each type of chart in Excel has its unique usage, choosing the best chart is not an easy task. 1 PRE201 CT elective: Excel Programming Functioning: the most used functions in Business will be discussed in the very last part (from the most simple ones like aggregation, sorting to advanced mode such as ranking or even conditional data searching) - Part 2 will be focused on programming in Excel using VBA environment: Creating new functions by their own in an advanced way for the topics covered in Part 1. Students do NOT need to have previous experiences in programming. However, since this part is a step by step guide so it is strongly recommended that paying attention and attending every lecture are the must. Pre-requisite: CSI102 (Introduction to Informatics) 12

13 Textbook: 1. Tom Urtis, 2011, Excel VBA: 24- Hour Trainer, Wrox Press 2. Abbott Katz, 2010, Beginning MS Excel 2010, Apress. (Optional) Bernd Held, 2011, MS Excel Functions and Formulas, 2nd Edition, Mercury Learning 2 MAS201 Statistics & Data Processing Content: After a quick introduction to statistics, this course introduces basic concepts of probability and a review of discrete probability. It then explores 5 major topics in statistics: descriptive statistics, parameter estimations, hypothesis testing, regressions & correlations and analysis of variances. For each topic in statistics, students will be exposed to the use of statistical tools (for example Excel with statistics add-on) for solving realistic problems. Emphasis on the application of probability and statistics will be made in appropriate topics. The mathematics knowledge acquired in this course will provide students with tools and methods for data analyzing and decision making in their later career. Pre-requisite: MAC102 Textbook: Triola M. F, 2009, Elementary Statistics Using Excel, 4 edition, Addison Wesley Content: This course will review concepts, issues, and methods applicable to the study of consumer behavior. It is divided into 4 main parts: (1) Psychological characteristics of consumers; (2) Social and external factors influencing consumer MKT201 4 MKT202 Concentration 1: Consumer Behavior Services Marketing Management behavior; () The role of sub-culture and culture; and (4) Consumer decision-making process. Class discussions, case study analysis, practical activities, along with group projects and quizzes will provide the basis for the learning environment in the classroom. Pre-requisite: MKT101* (Marketing Principles) Textbook: Solomon, Michael R., 201, Consumer Behavior: Buying, Having, and Being, 10th edition, Pearson. Content: The course is to provide students with knowledge of the service sector which now accounts for the majority of world trade. Understanding services marketing becomes a great need to bridge the gap between customers expectations and experiences. And this course is a study of the techniques and skills required for providing customer service excellence in order to keep customer 1

14 5 MKT01 Marketing Research service satisfaction at the highest levels possible and maintain repeat sales. Pre-requisite: MKT101: Principles of Marketing (*) Textbook: Jochen Wirtz, Patricia Chew and Christopher Lovelock, 2012, Essentials of Services Marketing, 2nd edition, Prentice Hall Content: The course is to introduce the student to the field of marketing research which serves a central basis for marketing decision making. This course covers the basic concepts in measurement, research design, data collection, data analysis and presentation of findings. Pre-requisite: MKT101* (Marketing Principles) Textbook: Hair, Wolfinbarger, Ortinau, and Bush, 201, Essentials of Marketing Research, rd edition, McGraw Hill 6 SSC101 7 ENM411 Business Communication Upper Intermediate Business English Content: This course is a content-based course to be operated in the communicative approach to provide learners with and to get them to understand thorough basic foundations of Business Communication. It is also to give the learners opportunities to practice and perform well in written and oral essential forms of business communication. Textbook: Courtland L. Bovee and John V. Thill, 2012, Business Communication Essentials, 5th Edition, Pearson Content: This course is designed to help students further enhance their ability to communicate in English in an almost real business and business-related situations. It covers not only general business administration area but also deals with more complex issues such as management style and crisis management. It also helps students develop necessary knowledge and skills to excell in their future career. In addition to the business-focused contents, the course is enhanced with supplementary activities corresponding to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, with a focus on developing students' own style in communication as a plus in their 14

15 8 VOV 112- VOV 1 9 VNF001 Vietnamese professional communication strategy. In particular the course will help students: - Enhance confidence, accuracy and fluency to communicate professionally and effectively in business like contexts e.g. discussion, meetings, negotiations for the best business results; - Acquire and practice professional communication skills at a higher level of complexity, including dealing with complaints, persuading for loan, negotiating for the best terms in M&A, information-based decision making and problem solving. - Expand knowledge of business concepts and business trends in the fast-changing world Pre-requisite: Business English - Level: Intermediate (ENM01 or ENI01) Textbook: David Cotton, David Falvey & Simon Kent, 2009, Market Leader Upper-Intermediate Business English Course Book (with CDs). Pearson Longman. Vovinam Basic Vietnamese martial art. Basic Vietnamese language to communicate in daily life 15

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