Designing Syllabus to Enhance Students' Employability

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Abstract

Employability is a key concept for universities and students in higher education. Language classes are the space where teachers can propose activities to enhance students’ employability. Foreign languages teachers could have a crucial role not only to develop oral and written language competences but also to teach transferable skills and raise the students’ international profile leading to even more job opportunities. The aim of this presentation is to share our experience and to reflect on the design of a syllabus for students in International Management and French linked to the concept of employability. After presenting the outlines of the syllabus, I will give some examples of activities and how to encourage students to get involved in the learning process.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 26 Jun 2015
EventSecond Colloquium on Innovation in Modern Language Education - University of Exeter, Exeter, UK United Kingdom
Duration: 26 Jun 2015 → …

Conference

ConferenceSecond Colloquium on Innovation in Modern Language Education
CountryUK United Kingdom
CityExeter
Period26/06/15 → …

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