Erasmus and International Incoming Students

Welcome to the overview of courses that the Business Administration Programme offers in English for incoming exchange students.

For further information on academic issues, courses, course selection and provisional learning agreements, please, contact the international coordinator of the Business Administration Programme, Ingrid Hovdar-Stojakovic (ingrid.hovdar-stojakovicfh-salzburg.ac.at).

For administrative issues, please, contact the Incoming Students Coordinator at International Office, Teresa Rieger (teresa.riegerfh-salzburg.ac.at).

COURSE OFFER



SPRING SEMESTER: Business Courses

Course Title: Practice Project + Practice Project Coaching & Reflection
Course code: BWBB6PCRRC
ECTS-Credits: 4 + 1

Course contents: In the framework of this assignment, students will be given a specific task which they will provide a solution for applying the methods of project management. The Coaching & Reflection part is there to help students structure their approaches and to provide them with feedback.

Course Title: Marketing Case Studies
Course code: BWIB4MCSIL
ECTS-Credits: 3
Course contents:
Students practice how to apply the special knowledge gained in previous courses using select case studies in marketing.

Course Title: Branding
Course code:
BWIB4BRAIL
ECTS-Credits: 3
Course contents:
Introduction to brand management: identity-oriented brand management, managing the company brand, principles of brand evaluation, brand architecture, brand transfer and portfolio management, behavioral branding. Special aspects of brand management: brand positioning and brand design, corporate identity, from the logo to corporate design.

Course Title: Strategic Marketing
Course code: BWIM2SMBIL
ECTS-Credits: 2,5
Course contents:
The lecture provides a comprehensive indruction into theory and practice of strategic marketing management. Within the frame work of a decision-oriented process the required steps to develop marketing strategies are explored. Contents covered are: concept and process of strategic organization and marketing planning, use of strategic analysis tools, development of marketing strategies, deduction of organizational and marketing targets strategic alternatives for different market situations.

Course Title: Strategic and International Human Resource Management
Course code: BWIB4SHRIL
ECTS-Credits: 2.5
Course contents:
The course acquaints students with material aspects of strategic and international human resource management. Contents: Strategic Human Resource Management: HR strategies, HR policies, HR practices, HR business partners, HR structures, HR organization, perspectives, approaches, and tools. International Human Resource Management: Different cultures, approaches and tools, global recruitment, selection of international managers, global talent training, global performance management, repatriation.

Course Title: Human Resource Management
Course code: BWIM2HRMIL
ECTS-Credits: 2,5

Course contents: This lecture covers the most important aspects of Human Resource Management. Resourcing, HR-Development and remuneration will be covered.

Course Title: Intercultural Management
Course code: BWIM2HRMIL
ECTS-Credits: 2

Course contents: The lecture covers cultural differences - dimensions and paradigms, how they are shaped and what their influence to the corporation is.

Course Title: Finance Markets
Course code: BWIB2FINIL
ECTS-Credits: 2

Course contents: The lecture provides an overview of the different types of financial mediation in form of financial markets with their individual characteristics, functions and structure. Moreover, it explains framework conditions, influencing factors and involved actors.

Course Title: Current Issues in the Banking Sector
Course code: BWIM2BBHIL
ECTS-Credits: 2.5

Requirements: Advanced knowledge in finance and balance sheet analysis (e.g. above lecture: Balance Sheet Analysis and Corporate Assessment)
Course contents: This lecture shows the peculiarities of banks and their functions/challenges in today's world. International comparisons are made, regulations, types and specifics of banking institutions, risks, return expectations, asset-liability management and further operative elements of banks.

Course Title: Financial markets & institutions
Course code: BWIM2FFBIL
ECTS-Credits: 3.5
Requirements: Advanced knowledge in finance and financial markets
Course contents: This lecture presents the most important models of financial markets theory and their implications for the participants in the global market-place. Focus is on the interaction and interdependencies of all actors. Topics are: financial markets, interest-rate structures, market-efficiency, financial instruments.

Course Title: Capital Budgeting
Course code: BWIB2INVIL
ECTS-Credits: 3
Course contents: The course introduces two key elements of financial mathematics - compound interest calculation and computation of annuities - before dealing more closely with capital budgeting methods: - compound interest calculation: key concepts, present value and final value of capital, interest rate computation, equivalent interest rates, interest period - Computation of annuities: key concepts, full-year annuities, intra-year annuities, interest rate of annuities, term of annuities, use of software for compound-interest and annuity calculations - Capital budgeting: definition of "capital expenditure", process and methods of capital budgeting o Static capital budgeting methods o Dynamic capital budgeting methods o Assessment of risk and uncertainty: definition of risk, risk measures, decision-making under uncertainty.

Course Title: The Austrian Economy in a European Context
Course code: BWIINCAEEC
ECTS-Credits: 5

Course contents: This lecture aims to provide international students with an understanding of the Austrian economy, its historical development, current structure and future development possibilities.

Course Title: Eye-Tracking
Course code: BWIINCEYET
ECTS-Credits: 5

Course contents:
This lecture aims to first theoretically explore the field of measuring communication effectiveness using eye-tracking technology and susequently implement an eye tracking study. The first part of this lecture serves to differentiate the diverse communication targets as well as to explain the different possibilites of eye tracking technology. In the second part, student groups will indepently implement their own eye-tracking studies with the mobile eye-tracking goggles at the BWI research lab. Findings will be presented and summarized in a study paper.

 

Complementary business courses offered:

Course Title: e-Marketing and Social Media Strategies
Course code: IMEB6ESMIL
ECTS-Credits: 2
Course contents:
Basics of Internet marketing, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 and features of the marketplace Internet • Cross media marketing • Viral marketing as an essential component of eMarketing • Permission marketing: professional newsletter design • Search engine optimization (SEO): onsite vs. offsite, meta data, geo-information, semantic tags, registration routines, keyword density and keyword relevancy, link popularity, XML sitemaps, Google Places, recommended links • Search engine marketing (SEM): banner advertising, Google Adwords, Facebook ads, banner exchange programs, affiliate programs, placements, portals • Application, methods and implementation of social networks (YouTube channels, Flickr, Vimeo, Facebook Pages, XING, Twitter, etc.) • Social media monitoring • Controlling (measuring success on the web): Google Analytics, integration of web stats, application of Google Alerts, Webmaster Centrals, further application of controlling and ranking instruments.

Course Title: Accounting 2
Course code: IMEB2ACCIL
ECTS-Credits: 3
Course contents:
The fundamentals of delimitation trade balance vs. tax accounting  Basic provisions and purposes of balance reporting under the Companies Act  Structure of balance sheets and income statements according to the Companies Act  Accounting (inventory, valuation rules and principles, evaluation of fixed and current assets, depreciation, valuation of receivables and payables, accruals, provisions, etc.) • Tasks and content of the annex and the situation report • Financial statement analysis and accounting policy (dependencies of accounting policy and financial statement analysis, objectives and tools of accounting policy, findings and limitations of the validity of financial statements, preparation of the data, horizontal and vertical ratio analysis of balance sheet, multiple comparisons) • Implementation of an exemplary balance analysis on an example company.

Course Title: International Law
Course code: IMEB4ITLVO
ECTS-Credits: 3

Course contents: Contract types • Termination of contracts (capacity, formal aspects, limitation, representation, rules of the Austrian Civil Code) • Fulfilment of contracts • Impairment in performance • Travel law, contractual relations in tourism (EU travel policies: trip cancellation, corrective action, liability in travel organizations, Frankfurt table, information disclosure), accommodation contract, transportation contract, international agreements (Montreal and Warsaw Convention) • Principles of tax law (classification of taxes, tax laws and tax treaties in Austria and international) • Principles of labour law (employment contract basics, dissolution and termination of employment contracts, tariff agreements).

Course Title: Internet Economy
Course code: IMEB4ITEVO
ECTS-Credits: 3

Course contents: General introduction to the Internet Economy: Web 1.0 vs. Web 2.0 vs. Web 3.0 • The economic concepts and new business models within the Internet economy are acknowledged • Students can put into practice the specifics of network economics • Economic impact of eCommece hypotheses are known and students can evaluate these accordingly using strategic decision making.

Course Title: Entrepreneurship in SMEs
Course code: IMEB6ENPIL
ECTS-Credits: 2
Course contents:
Structures and key elements of entrepreneurship • The entrepreneurial personality, opportunities and risks, success factors and measurement variables of an entrepreneur • Entrepreneurship: the entrepreneurial process for the implementation of innovative products and services • Economic importance and growth in entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship of SMEs in Austria and internationally • Interactions between the search for new market opportunities, entrepreneurial alertness, knowledge of the market and the use of social networks in entrepreneurship • Internationalization/globalization of the economy and the company • Social responsibility of entrepreneurs • Economic aspects of company acquisition and succession, variants of acquisition and succession, problem areas and challenges, objectives.

Course Title: Presentation, Negotiation and Sales Skills
Course code: IMEB2PNSIL
ECTS-Credits: 2
Course contents:
Structure of a speech • Structure of a presentation: content, tension, use of media  Coping with difficult situations • Principles and methods of negotiation techniques (separate treatment of problems and personnel, offer decision choices, development of neutral assessment criteria) • Value-added representation in negotiations • Motivation in negotiation and sales calls • Question types and questioning techniques • Negotiation and sales tactics • Fairness and power behaviour in negotiations • Successful dealing with objections • Sales philosophy and discussion climate • Personality and customer needs in the sales pitch • Final design (decision support, buy signals, summary, additional sales)

Course Title: Research Methodologies
Course code: IMEB2RMEIL
ECTS-Credits: 4

Course contents: What is science? Demand for scientific methods, conditions and requirements, conception: from the idea to the topic, what are research questions? • Hypotheses, hypothesis formation, advantages of hypotheses, testing hypotheses (assignment on the generation of hypotheses) • Conception of research projects, formulation of exposés (assignment) • Literary sources / research in the consolidation of learning basics and working techniques: literature finding; database searches in electronic catalogues; search methods; searching the Internet; types of sources; journal database • Citing and documenting scientific sources, distinguishing between direct and indirect quotation, citation of sources on the Internet (exercises in quoting) • Methods in empirical social research: first overview and introduction: survey, observation, content analysis, experiment; difference in quantitative vs. qualitative research.

Course title: Business Etiquette
Course code: tba
ECTS-Credits: 3
Course contents:
You will have a better idea of “going global” and to (re-)act in an international & intercultural business environment. Learn to understand and to recognize specific habits and ways of thinking and acting in different cultural areas. You will be introduced to the following topics: Intercultural competence model from Darla Deardorff, (Country) specific habits for example: Nepal, China, Japan, Saudia Arabia, America, The Netherlands, Italy, …  The art of meet and greet, business meals, conferences, (…) how to deal with issues and challenges & tips & tricks  \\ Do’s & Taboos

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SPRING SEMESTER: Language Courses

Course Title: Business English 2
Course code: BWIB2EN2UE
ECTS-Credits:
2
Language Level: B2 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Vocabulary will be built in different business fields, writing skills increased by way of business text production, and there will be a focus on speaking skills obtained through role-plays and other classroom activities. In order to further enhance students’ speaking and writing skills, presentations and student projects on business topics will be assigned.

Course Title: Specialized English for Marketing & Relationship Management
Course code: BWIB4EN1UE - MRM
ECTS-Credits:
2
Language Level: B2 – C1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Students will broaden their knowledge of English vocabulary in one of their respective field of Marketing & Relationship Management by reading, summarizing and discussing texts and case studies related to the subjects taught in this specialization.

Course Title: Specialized English for Logistics & Operations Management
Course code: BWIB4EN1UE - LOM
ECTS-Credits:
2
Language Level: B2 – C1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Students will broaden their knowledge of English vocabulary in one of their respective field of Logistics & Operations Management by reading, summarizing and discussing texts and case studies related to the subjects taught in this specialization.

Course Title: Specialized English for Human Resource Management
Course code: BWIB4EN1UE – HRML
ECTS-Credits:
2
Language Level: B2 – C1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Students will broaden their knowledge of English vocabulary in one of their respective field of Human Resource Management by reading, summarizing and discussing texts and case studies related to the subjects taught in this specialization.

Course Title: Specialized English for Finance & Accounting
Course code: BWIB4EN1UE - CF
ECTS-Credits:
2
Language Level: B2 – C1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Students will broaden their knowledge of English vocabulary in one of their respective field of Finance & Accounting by reading, summarizing and discussing texts and case studies related to the subjects taught in this specialization.

Course Title: Advanced Business English
Course code: BWIM2ABEPS
ECTS-Credits:
2.5
Language Level: C1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Creating cohesive and coherent summaries and discussions of complex business related texts applying the criteria of academic writing. Speculating about future changes. Talking about different kinds of risk. Discussing factors for success. Giving impromptu presentations. Persuading and dealing with conflict in negotiations.

Course Title: German 2
Course code: IMEB2GERIL
ECTS-Credits:
4
Language Level: A1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Hotel: the date, days of the week, months, seasons; name and explain hotel services and goods; write a message; make and confirm a reservation
• Talk about a city & country: opening hours; ask for something; directions; get information and recommend something • Restaurant & food: talking about food; measurements of food; communication in a restaurant • Talk about leisure activities: express pleasure and displeasure; plan activities and arrange to meet • Describe an apartment and a house: name furnishings; make comparisons • Grammar: some irregular verbs; modal verbs; infinitive verbs such as "like, prefer, etc."; stressed and unstressed object pronouns; “one"; adjectives and adverbs; the forms of the perfect; the regular comparative

Course Title: German 4
Course code: IMEB4GERIL
ECTS-Credits:
4
Language Level: A2/B1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
CVs, job applications • Interviews • The weather • Grammar: features of the perfect; the possessives; adverbs; the reflexive verbs; the distributive numbers; the continuous; the comparative

Course Title: Spanish 2
Course code: IMEB2SPAIL
ECTS-Credits:
4
Language Level: A1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Hotel: the date, days of the week, months, seasons; name and explain hotel services and goods; write a message; make and confirm a reservation • Talk about a city & country: opening hours; ask for something; directions; get information and recommend something • Restaurant & food: talking about food; measurements of food; communication in a restaurant • Talk about leisure activities: express pleasure and displeasure; plan activities and arrange to meet • Describe an apartment and a house: name furnishings; make comparisons • Grammar: some irregular verbs; modal verbs; infinitive verbs such as "like, prefer, etc."; stressed and unstressed object pronouns; estar + gerund; comparison of adjectives; comparison; the perfect

Course Title: Spanish 4
Course code: IMEB4SPAIL
ECTS-Credits:
4
Language Level: A2/b1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Spain & Austria as a tourist countries: brochures, texts, numbers • Practical things a tourist should know if travelling to Spain/Austria: transportation, tourist information, etc. • The different types of tourism • The different types of accommodation: paradores, country houses, etc. • The weather in Spain/Austria. (climates and seasons) • Spain & Austria from the perspective of a tourist • Spain & Austria: celebrations and traditions (customs, Christmas, Easter, etc.) • Environmental and sustainable tourism: environmental protection • Strategies for conversations: interrupting, taking charge of the conversation, express opinion and taking a stand • New technologies, Spanish on the Internet • Planning a trip • Weather forecasts • Grammar: time expressions of the future; pensar + inf., ir a + inf.; conditional clauses in the indicative (si ...); impersonal sentences (es necesario + inf. etc..); the imperative use of pronouns; the verbs pensar, creer, ser and estar in expressions of opinion; expressions on opinion; use of some prepositions (de, sobre, por y para); estar + participio; futuro imperfecto; pretérito plusquamperfecto

Choose also lectures and courses from our International Office

 

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FALL SEMESTER: Business Courses

Course title: Social Media Marketing
Course code: BWIINCSSM
ECTS-Credits: 5

Course contents: This lecture discusses current topics and particularities of Social Media Marketing. How can businesses increase their performance output by effectively employing Social Media Channels. What are the new developments in the Social Media landscape? How to plan and manage social media campaigns? What are success factors of keyword campaigns? How can on-site and off-site activities be optimised? How to implement web analysis, web management with key indicators and usability: web analysis tools, optimizing conversion and landing page. What is the future of digital marketing?

Course title: Business Opportunity Recognition
Course code: BWIBM3ASNIL
ECTS-Credits: 3

Course contents: The success of companies (or parts of companies) is determined on the one hand by the environment in which they operate; on the other, it is also determined by the resources the company has at its disposal. The task at hand is to identify new business opportunities and to utilize these in an innovative, "trailblazing" manner that generates growth and creates jobs. Accordingly, the objective of this course is to understand the determining factors for the success of a company and industry in greater detail. The following topics are dealt with: Determinants of success in business.
Characteristics of a typical innovator and an innovative corporate organization
Internal corporate prerequisites for exploiting new business opportunities
Discussion of decision-making parameters available for selection: Price, quality, integration or diversification strategy, procurement and sales markets, distribution channels, influencing factors in the company's environment
Role of networks and social integration for developing and utilizing new business opportunities

Course title: Approaches to Management Strategy Formation
Course code: BWIM3MKUEIL
ECTS-Credits: 4

Course contents: The key theoretical approaches of business administration studies and their significance for managerial action are presented: productivity-oriented business administration à la Gutenberg/Albach, the St. Gallen system-oriented approach, behavioral science-based business administration according to Heinen and his followers, analysis of enterprises from the perspective of institutional economics and sociology, and the concept of self-organization. The main focus in this regard is on a holistic, strategic as well as problem-oriented analysis of management. Key topics include: Theories of corporate governance
Definition of objectives and strategy
Corporate governance, industrial relations

Course title: Corporate Communication in Change & Risk
Course code: BWIM3UKRIL
ECTS-Credits: 2

Course contents: This lecture discusses how target group-oriented information policies can be used through corporate and external media (e.g. newsletters, employee magazines, brochures, black boards, intranet, internet), involving relevant managers and employees by initiating dialogues (e.g. group conferences, focus groups, action learning, corporate wikis and blogs), developing and promoting a corporate culture that makes it possible to recognize the opportunities in change and risk environments.

Course title: HR Development
Course code: BWIINCHRD
ECTS-Credits: 3

Course contents: This lecture discusses current topics and particularities of Human Resource Development in depth. Contents covered are: - institutionalization of HR development, - tools of HR development, - career planning and development, - strategic HR development, - management development, - roles within HR development, - onboarding.

Course title: HR Controlling and Administration
Course code: BWIB5PCAIL or BWBB5PCAIL
ECTS-Credits: 2,5

Course contents: This lecture covers the following contents:  - concepts of HR controlling - creating and statistically processing performance indicators in HR management- retrieving information for HR controlling - Human Capital Management, - Human Resource Information Management Systems - HR cost management

Course title: Strategic & Value-Oriented Managerial Accounting
Course code: BWBB5SWCIL -> Group CF1
ECTS-Credits: 2,5
Requirements:
Advanced subject related knowledge
Course contents:  This lecture discusses basic tools of strategic and value-oriented managerial accounting. Special attention is placed on the importance of strategic managerial accounting and, in particular, on value-oriented managerial accounting in the context of corporate management. Contents covered are: principles of strategic managerial accounting – strategic planning and controlling processes – value-oriented concepts – risk controlling – early warning systems, crisis management and reorganization

Course title: Practice Project AND Practice Project Coaching & Reflection
Course code: BWIB5PRPPT and BWIB5PRARC
ECTS-Credits: 4 + 1

Course contents: In the framework of this assignment, students will be given a specific task which they will provide a solution for applying the methods of project management. The Coaching & Reflection part is there to help students structure their approaches and to provide them with feedback.

Course title: Market Entry Strategies
Course code: BWIM3MESIL
ECTS-Credits: 3

Course contents: This lecture discusses relevant planning and design steps of entering new sales markets which rank as one of the most important and at the same time most difficult tasks a business’s management faces. The following questions will be covered: What are the typical barriers a business that desires to enter a new market is confronted with? How can the new product be effectively positioned on the market? Which legal requirements need to be met? Which particularities do service providers and SMEs need to consider? The lecture provides a thorough understanding of markets as economic, political, social and cultural landscapes and explores how internationalisation and globalisation trends establish in institutional, structural and cultural foundations.

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FALL SEMESTER: Language Courses

Course Title: Business English 1
Course code: BWIB1EN1UE
ECTS-Credits:
2
Language Level: B2 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Vocabulary will be built in different business fields, writing skills increased by way of business text production, and there will be a focus on speaking skills obtained through role-plays and other classroom activities. In order to further enhance students speaking and writing skills, presentations and student projects on business topics will be assigned.

Course Title: Business English 3
Course code: BWIB3EN3UE
ECTS-Credits:
2
Language Level: B2-C1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
This lecture covers aspects related to job applications (CV writing, cover-letter writing, preparing for job interviews, staging job interviews), business correspondences, and negotiation techniques and practice.

Course Title: Specialized English for Marketing & Relationship Management
Course code: BWIB4EN1UE - MRM
ECTS-Credits:
2
Language Level: B2 – C1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Students will broaden their knowledge of English vocabulary in one of their respective field of Marketing & Relationship Management by reading, summarizing and discussing texts and case studies related to the subjects taught in this specialization.

Course Title: Specialized English for Logistics & Operations Management
Course code: BWIB4EN1UE - LOM
ECTS-Credits:
2
Language Level: B2 – C1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Students will broaden their knowledge of English vocabulary in one of their respective field of Logistics & Operations Management by reading, summarizing and discussing texts and case studies related to the subjects taught in this specialization.

Course Title: Specialized English for Human Resource Management
Course code: BWIB4EN1UE – HRML
ECTS-Credits:
2
Language Level: B2 – C1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Students will broaden their knowledge of English vocabulary in one of their respective field of Human Resource Management by reading, summarizing and discussing texts and case studies related to the subjects taught in this specialization.

Course Title: Specialized English for Finance & Accounting
Course code: BWIB4EN1UE - CF
ECTS-Credits:
2
Language Level: B2 – C1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Students will broaden their knowledge of English vocabulary in one of their respective field of Finance & Accounting by reading, summarizing and discussing texts and case studies related to the subjects taught in this specialization.

Course Title: German 1
Course code: IMEB1GERIL
ECTS-Credits:
4
Language Level: A1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Personal: greet and say goodbye, introduce someone, introduce self, tell about a person, give information about yourself
• Breakfast & bar: ask information, name and explain drinks and food, order, inquire, offer something • General: the numbers, time, everyday situations • Grammar: regular verbs, some irregular verbs, the modal verbs, nouns and adjectives in the singular and in the plural, agreement of the adjective, the negative, the definite and the indefinite article in the singular and in the plural, some prepositions, personal pronouns, the interrogative

Course Title: German 3
Course code: IMEB3GERIL
ECTS-Credits:
4
Language Level: A2 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Describe home and apartment • Hotel: rooms, furnishings, complaints • Restaurant: menu selections and recommendations, complaint • Tourist information: directions, points of interest • Travel agency: countries, landmarks, catalogue descriptions, travel diary • Financial transactions, shopping, talking to the doctor

Course Title: German 5
Course code: IMEB5GERIL
ECTS-Credits:
4
Language Level: B1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Health and weather • Phases of life • Biographies – written vs. oral • Interview and presentation • Memory: description of past events • Trips and hotel • Description of tourist places • Trade fair • Hotel and city tour • At the reception • Education and profession • Application – formal vs. informal letter • Discussing statistics • Project: Simulating an interview • Grammar: pronouns, past forms, past perfect tense – sequence of tenses, subordinate clauses: if and when, passive, Konjunktiv II (subjunctive): original form and “würde” (would) + infinitive, direct and indirect questions, local prepositions: where vs. to where?, case: accusative, dative; genitive or periphrases

Course Title: Italian 1
Course code: IMEB1ITAIL
ECTS-Credits:
4
Language Level: A1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Personal: greet and say goodbye, introduce someone, introduce self, tell about a person, give information about yourself • Breakfast & bar: ask information, name and explain drinks and food, order, inquire, offer something • General: the numbers, time, everyday situations • Grammar: regular verbs, some irregular verbs, the modal verbs, nouns and adjectives in the singular and in the plural, agreement of the adjective, the negative, the definite and the indefinite article in the singular and in the plural, some prepositions, personal pronouns, the interrogative

Course Title: Italian 3
Course code: IMEB3ITAIL
ECTS-Credits:
4
Language Level: A2 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Description of a city, a country; description of sights; report on a vacation; find out about a travel connection; talk about events in the past • Workplace: curriculum; job description; job application • Grammar: the direct and indirect personal pronouns in the past; the irregular forms of the perfect; the split article; the pronoun "ne"; the absolute superlative; the possessives

Course Title: Italian 5
Course code: IMEB5ITAIL
ECTS-Credits:
4
Language Level: B1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Content: traditions, festivals and holidays in Austria and Italy • Railway station and motorways • School and university • CV (creating a CV and sample CVs); job application • Business correspondence and sample letters • Grammar: impersonal verbs; relative pronouns; conditional tense; imperfect tense, forms and application; future tense

Course Title: Spanish 1
Course code: IMEB1SPAIL
ECTS-Credits:
4
Language Level: A1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Personal: greet and say goodbye, introduce someone, introduce self, tell about a person, give information about yourself • Breakfast & bar: ask information, name and explain drinks and food, order, inquire, offer something • General: the numbers, time, everyday situations • Grammar: regular verbs, some irregular verbs, the modal verbs, nouns and adjectives in the singular and in the plural, agreement of the adjective, the negative, the definite and the indefinite article in the singular and in the plural, some prepositions, personal pronouns, the interrogative

Course Title: Spanish 3
Course code: IMEB3SPAIL
ECTS-Credits:
4
Language Level: A2 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Description of a city, a country; description of sights; report on a vacation; find out about a travel connection; talk about events in the past • Family: introduce family; describe people • Clothing, seasons, weather: talk about clothes; designate seasons; talk about the weather • Workplace: designate different positions in a company; curriculum; job description; job application • Grammar: pretérito indefinido; time marker of pretérito indefinido; desde, hace, desde hace; diminutive form -ito/-ita; relative pronouns que, quien/es, donde, lo que; pretérito imperfecto; the absolute superlative -ísimo; use of pretérito perfecto, pretérito indefinido and pretérito; imperfecto; indefinite pronouns and adjectives; negation with ni ... ni ...; lo + adjective; adjectives: short forms buen, mal, gran; muy, mucho, demasiado; immediate past acabar de + infinitive; the prepositions para and por

Course Title: Spanish 5
Course code: IMEB5SPAIL
ECTS-Credits:
4
Language Level: B1 (CEFR)
Course contents:
Content: parts of the body, health and illness • Moods and feelings, art, image description • Traditions, festivals and holidays in Austria, Spain and Latin America • Sales discussions, advertisements • Technological changes in day-to-day life • Tourism of yesterday, today and tomorrow • Current tourism-related topics in Austria and Spain • Grammar: negative imperative; verbal periphrases; passive; present subjunctive; future, use of conjecture; imperfect subjunctive; unreal conditionals

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