At Inseec Bachelor Chambéry, perfecting English is a priority. Whether students have chosen the Business or the International Business pathway with its progressive intensification of courses in English (30% in the first year, 60% in the second, 90% in the final year), they are aware that mastering this business language is a minimum requirement on a CV.
From the first year, students can combine face-to-face classes with native teachers, reinforcement classes and progress modules that can be opened on demand in e-learning via our partner of The City of Languages . Small tips are also recommended: installing a smartphone app to acquire more vocabulary as well as watching series or movies in their original version.
Last but not least ? The INSEEC U. campus Chambéry campus has been offering another formula for a few years now, which has definitely proved its worth!
INSEEC London’s Summer Sessions!
We are fortunate to belong to a group of higher education institutions located in the heart of world cities, so why not take advantage of this? In order to improve your English, the director of the Inseec London campus, Aisling Byrne, and her team, offer language seminars in the heart of London, in the premises of the Inseec London campus, ideally located between Regent’s Park and Oxford Street.
Return of experience
Raphaël Alseda, currently in his second year Inter, left last June and reports on a three-week stay
“The course was very formative, between the intensive courses combined with the discovery of the city and the organized cultural visits.
“The plus? I was housed in a residence in the Camden town district. I spent some very nice evenings there thanks to the foreign students with whom I was “forced” to exchange in real life! In terms of linguistic progress, I went from a B1 to a B2 level in a few weeks, and I reached my goal: I am much more comfortable following the courses today, and with almost half of the lessons in English in Inter, this is not a luxury! “.
More information from the Inseec Bachelor Campus ChambérydepartmentUpdated 24 February 2022