English classes for employees
In order to fulfil the objectives of the Graduate School of Business in accordance with the Concept approved by the Academic Council of HSE on 24.04.2020 (direction "Internationalisation and Export Development of Education"), GSB annually organises optional English language classes for employees aimed at developing professional language competencies.
Classes are held remotely (in MS Teams) once a week for 2 academic hours according to a set timetable. In addition to working with the tutor, employees work independently on collaborative projects and individual assignments. Upon successful completion of the year's training, the International Exchange Centre issues a certificate confirming the participants' language skills. Groups are limited to 10-12 participants. The programme is funded by the GSB and is free of charge for employees.
Enrolment 2021/2022 academic year
Two groups of staff are currently formed. Group timetable:
- Group 1: Weekly Wednesdays from 6.30pm to 7.50pm in MS Teams
- Group 2: Weekly Thursdays from 6.30pm to 7.50pm at MS Teams
It is not possible to join the MS Teams classes this year, but you may be able to apply for classes in the academic year 2022/2023 (enrolment will open around September 2022).
Please take note before submitting your application:
- Your supervisor should know and have no objection that you plan to undertake the training (a copy of the submitted application will be sent to your supervisor for information);
- You agree that access to the results and progress of your training may be given to your supervisor as well as to the GSB administration;
- If you miss a class for a legitimate reason, you are prepared to familiarise yourself with the study materials (MS Teams record of the class or other materials provided by the tutor) and complete the required assignments at your own time in time for the next scheduled class.
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