The course focuses on specific issues related to the second phase of Britain’s industrial revolution (c. 1850-1914), such as economic policy, free trade system and exports, evolution of banking and the money market, and finally, industrial retardation. This is a Moodle-based campus-neutral course.
The target level of the course is CEFR C1.2.

The course focuses on major issues related to the beginnings of Britain’s industrial revolution (1750-1850), such as transport and communications, population, migration and urbanization, and the impact of protest movements and political reform in the nineteenth century. This is a Moodle-based campus-neutral course.
The target level of the course is CEFR C1.1.

The course focuses on the required skills in business terminology. It is intended for students beyond their first year who have not completed the terminology module in the compulsory courses in English.

The target level of the course is CEFR C1.