1st Semester_English Language-Basic Concepts and Terminology Structures in International Relations and International Economics I (ΕΣΑΓΓ01-3)

Dr Irene Mamakou, Senior Teaching Fellow


The purpose of this course is twofold: the review of the main
structures of the English language and the development of basic
vocabulary and discourse conventions within the domain of business, public relations, politics
and finance.
Students are expected to consolidate and utilize previously acquired language,
to familiarize themselves with specialized topics and language using
specialized texts relevant to their  field of study and
to further develop their academic/study skills.




Mormori, P., Sivridou, F. & Tombrou, Ch., (2013) Intermediate Business English, Athens: Φαίδημος

Exam Material:

You are reminded that the course is based on 3 pillars: International and European Studies contentlinguistic skills and academic skills. Your revision should evolve around those 3 pillars.
From your Coursebook:
-Chapters 2, 6, 5, 8, 9, 17, 24, 25, 26, 45.
In addition, you need to revise all internet materials used throughout the semester uploaded on our closed facebook group (videos, tutorials, newspaper articles, your assingments, vocabulary resources, glossaries, your lecture notes, acronyms and collocations discussed and written on the board).




1. End-of-term Exam

2. Class performance

3. Completion of various weekly assignments submitted through the eclass also count towards the final mark