S4 - Allemand grammaire

General presentation

The University of Strasbourg’s Dual Bachelor in Applied Foreign Languages and Business Economics equips students with the wideranging tools and skills to understand analyse and assess the most pressing issues in International Business and Economics.
The interdisciplinary curriculum is built on the disciplines of Foreign Languages, Economic Science, Management and International Civilisation Studies.

The Dual Bachelor enables students to understand the complex dynamics of the business world and
of the European and International Affairs.

The Dual Bachelor is an intense and rigorous 3 year programme. After 3 years the students obtain two degrees : The Applied foreign laguage degree and the degree in economics and management.

Requirement:

  • Selection is based on the grades during the Baccalaureate years
  • French Baccalaureate or equivalent, preferably in Sciences or Economics (or Abibac)
  • Minimum B2 level in French, English and German

Learning Objectives:

Students acquire linguistic competence in three languages: French, English and German (speaking,
reading and writing).
The Bachelor’s degree in Applied Foreign Languages teaches the students the ability to use the specific knowledge of the business vocabulary in these three languages in order to interact at on international level and to understand or edit any business document.
The Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Management gives the students an in-depth knowledge of the main concepts and techniques of Management Science and Economics, both in quantitative and qualitative approach :
Microeconomic, Macroeconomics, Financial Accounting, Marketing, Corporate Strategy and an  understanding of the diverse cultural contexts and of their historical backgrounds with a specific emphasis on multi-cultural management.

The student develops professional skills :

  • during an internship abroad ( with a mission related to economics or management )
  •  through the development of an individual career plan and professional arguments construction workshops, cover letters and resumes in 3 languages.

Descriptif détaillé

  • Cours (CM) 12h
  • Cours intégrés (CI) -
  • Travaux dirigés (TD) -
  • Travaux pratiques (TP) -
  • Travail étudiant (TE) -

Langue de l'enseignement : Allemand

Niveau de l'enseignement : C1-Autonome - Utilisateur expérimenté

Description du contenu de l'enseignement

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Révision complète des fondamentaux de la grammaire allemande (semestre 4/4)
Prérequis : Savoir construire une phrase simple et une phrase complexe, maîtriser la conjugaison et la rection des verbes, connaître les prépositions spatiales et temporelles
Contenus du semestre : les préverbes, la subordination, le passif, les termes de liaison logiques, orthographe et ponctuation

Compétences à acquérir

- Maîtriser les emplois des préverbes séparables et inséparables
- Savoir construire une phrase complexe avec différents liens de subordination (cause, conséquence, but, temps, lieu, …)
- Savoir utiliser le passif
- Connaître et savoir employer les termes de liaison logiques
- Savoir employer la ponctuation correctement
- Connaître les règles d’orthographe, en particulier concernant les mots d’origine étrangère

Contact

Faculté des langues

22, rue René Descartes
67084 STRASBOURG CEDEX

Formulaire de contact


LICENCE - Double licence Langues étrangères appliquées (LEA) / Économie - Gestion