BULATS exam preparation

Minimum entry level: Elementary

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Course description

The right language skills are an essential element for success in international business and industry. Employers, education institutions and training providers have found that the multilingual BULATS tests (Business Language Testing Service) are a fast, flexible and affordable way to get accurate certification of workplace language skills.
It is used internationally for business and industry recruitment, for identifying and delivering training, for admission to study business-related courses and for assessing the effectiveness of language courses and training.
In our Live Online BULATS exam preparation course you will learn about how the exam works, what the examiners will be looking for and you will get plenty of practice using the types of questions you will see in the exam. Be assured that after your course you will be able tackle the exam with complete confidence! It’s not an empty promise – all our British teachers are CELTA qualified and very experienced, and some of them are Cambridge examiners.


Course outcomes

By the end of the course you will be able to:

– Gain a thorough understanding of the BULATS examination format and question types
– Communicate more fluently and accurately in English
– Improve your Business English skills – Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking
– Acquire vocabulary and language specific to your industry
– Practise through example exam tasks and teacher’s feedback


Sample syllabus

Topic examples:

Asking for and giving personal details (name, occupation, etc.)
Asking about and describing jobs and responsibilities
Asking about and describing a company and its organisation
The office, general business environment and routine
Arranging appointments/meetings
Planning future events and tasks
Asking for and giving permission
Giving and receiving instructions
Predicting and describing future possibilities
Asking for and giving opinions
Agreeing and disagreeing
Making, accepting and rejecting suggestions
Expressing needs and wants
Discussing problems
Making recommendations
Justifying decisions and past actions
Entertainment of clients, free time, relationships with colleagues and clients
Discussing interests and leisure activities
Inviting, accepting and refusing offers and invitations
Thanking and expressing appreciation
Apologising and accepting apologies
Making enquiries, reservations, requests and complaints
Health and Safety rules in the workplace
Leisure activities, interests and sports
Buying and selling
Understanding and discussing prices and delivery dates, offers and agreements
Products and services
Asking for and giving information about a product or service
Making comparisons, expressing opinions, preferences, etc.
Making and receiving complaints
Results and achievements
Descriptions and explanations of company performance and results, trends, events and changes etc