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English language for Master Cycle Method of Instruction & Examination

ENG401 in academic 2011/2012
 English language for Master Cycle

(Code: ENG401) at the School of Business and Economics in Sarajevo is held for ten (10) weeks of instruction in the second (Spring) term of the II. cycle of studies.

Courses of instruction
 Courses of instruction are held on

 MONDAY from 16 -- 19 for Line 1 students

(MANAGEMENT&ORGANIZATION and MARKETING) in the Zvečevo Auditorium.  TUESDAY from 17 – 20 for Line 2 students (FINANCIAL MANAGEMENTand MACROFINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ) in the Zvečevo Auditorium.  Office hours: Room A 8 on the ground floor: Monday 15.30 – 16.00 &  Tuesday 16.30 – 17.00

CA. 1981.D. Bosnia and Herzegovina. Mostar. took BA in 1978). and Ph. was born August 13. Faculty of Philosophy.Instructor: Prof.  He was a Fulbright scholar at the University of Southern California (Los Angeles. 1955. from the University of Sarajevo. . 1989. Srebren Dizdar  Srebren Dizdar. University of Sarajevo. He received his MA in Modern English and American literature from the University of Leicester. with postgraduate studies in literature at University of Belgrade (1978-79) and University of Leicester (Great Britain. USA (19871988).  He studied English and French literature at the University of Sarajevo (1974-1978. and also a Fulbright Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of California San Diego (2000-2001). 1979-1980). dr. Full Professor of English Literature.

from 1990-1992 as Editor-in-Chief for Poslovne Novine (the Business Newspapers) Sarajevo. edittor. Department Deputy Head for Radio and TV coverage of Winter Olympic Games in Sarajevo 1984. .Professional career  From 1982 until 1990 he served as journalist. Senior Media Officer at the Radio-Television Company Sarajevo.  He spent the 1992-1995 war in Sarajevo. and. and. afterwards. Head of Staff to the President of the Board Directors. first as the member of the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina. as an official in the Government of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

He served as the Assistant Minister for Science and Research in the Ministry of Education. He was also the President of the National Commission for UNESCO in Bosnia and Herzegovina (1993—1996). Culture and Sports in the Government of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1993). and then as the Permanent Secretary (Vice-Minister) to the Ministry of Education (1993-1996). . Science.

2010. Faculty of Law.Academic career and offices held  From 1994 to the present.  He served as the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences in Sarajevo from 2007 . International University of Sarajevo and the International Burch University. Faculty of Dental Medicine. as well as. He was the President of the Board of Trustees of the Film Fund Sarajevo from 2007 to 2011. he has taught a number of different undergraduate and graduate courses at the University of Sarajevo (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. University “Džemal Bijedić” in Mostar. Faculty of Medicine). .

Dizdar had published eight (8) monograph books. .  His most recent books cover the issues related to the introduction of Bologna Process in Higher Education: A Guide for Introduction of ECTS at the University of Sarajevo (2005).Books  Prof. and Raising Awareness of Bologna Process in Bosnia and Herzegovina (2006). four of which dealt with English Romantic Poetry and American and Postcolonial Literature in English. whereas the others happened to be major studies on Higher Education in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

historical. media.He translated 19 books and many other different legal. sociological and related business or economics texts from Bosnian into English and vice versa. political. .

Dizdar speaks English and French fluently.Scholarly articles in diverse fields  He has published more than 120 scholarly articles on English. poetry and fiction of diverse writers from English into Bosnian and vice versa. and translates well as on education. and media. history. and has a solid knowledge of Spanish and Italian. respectively. . American and postcolonial literature. politics.  Prof.

Northampton (MA. Los Angeles.. Washington D. Prague. Copenhagen.C. but also in Graz. Barcelona. Budapest. San Diego. Dubrovnik. Zagreb. Vienna. . Madrid. Istanbul and elsewhere. Trieste. USA). New York. Paris. Ljubljana. Cambridge. Sarajevo. Salzburg. Amsterdam. Pittsburgh. Paris. Hamburg.Academic and professional gatherings  He has participated in many academic and professional gatherings in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the region of Southestearn Europe.

but more as a spectator. concerts and fine arts exhibitions.Personal preferences  He likes to read an interesting text. as well as meeting new people from different cultural backgrounds. be it a book. piece of criticism or newpapers article. especially thrillers and dramas. pop and rock and world music. . often go to theatre. can always visit a museum or a library. enjoys watching a good film. likes most sports. is particularly fond to travelling and seeing new places. is keen on listening to both classical.

 That is why he likes to communicate with his fellow colleagues.  He can be a perceptive listener. He thinks that he can learn from the people he comes into contact with in the same way he has tried to find knowledge in books or other sources. which is intellectually stimulating and challenging. That is why he has become a teacher. Dizdar can always find time to being in good company.  It is for you to discover his teaching skills and expand your knowledge in Business English. . but also a persuasive talker. students and professors alike.Why he has become a teacher?  Prof. in academic community and the people from different areas of life.

office hours conversation or correspondence via email will be done in English and English only! ...We speak only English . All the classes.

btalso for the whole class. .  Do not borrow or give your card to anyone to register for you.The English Course: Some ground rules  Be punctual: come on time to the class before the teacher comes into the classroom – latecomers will have to wait for another hour and join the next session by swiping their cards prior to enter the classroom.  Make sure to switch your mobile phones off before entering the classroom – an incoming call sound can disturb the eaching process and will not be tolerated. Such an action can cause serious consequences for your attendance record.

.  If asked by the teacher to respond.  Do not whisper or talk in low voice or loud while the professor or other fellow-colleague is speaking. say your name and give the answer.  Pay attention to what is being said or done in the class – you may benefit a lot by following the course of instruction with your senses and mind wide open.. If you have anything to say or ask. please stand up.While in class.. raise your hand and wait until given a chance to say what you need to say.

Absence from a class  Failure to observe these ground rules can lead to your expulsion from the class. eventually. In such a case. . granted by the teacher. you need to make your absence known in advance by an e-mail message in order to have your request. your presence will be deleted from the roll call list for such a session.  If you cannot come to class.

Pearson Education Limited. 2006. Pearson Education Limited.  Preporučeni rječnik .Technicalities  Udžbenik . 2007 . Harlow.Course book/Textbook:  Iwona Dubicka & Margaret O'Keeffe. Harlow.Recommended dictionary:  Longman Business English Dictionary (New Edition). Market Leader (New Edition) Advanced Business English Course Book.

Harlow.  Accounting and Finance. Business Law.  A Robin Widdowson. Harlow. Pearson Education Limited. Pearson Education Limited. 2010. Marketing. 2010. Pearson Education Limited. Harlow.Recommended additional resources from Market Leader Series:  Nina O’Driscoll. . 2010.

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Do not misuse the copyright practice despite the usual interpretation of the term in this country: COPYRIGHT DOES NOT MEAN “A RIGHT TO COPY” !!! .

that will be lso used in the course.  This will apply in particular in on-line sessions. although there will be other written or electronic text and other resources. as well as with the dictionary. .Additional material  You will definitely need to work with the coursebook. such as case studies.

Classes and exams Schedule of classes and exams in the Spring term in the Academic 2011/2012 .

3. 06. 20. 4. 3. 13. 4. 19. 2012.3.Week Date 05. 2012. 2012. 2012. 3. 12. 2012. 3. 2012. 2012. 2012. 27. 2012. 26. Unit Introductory Remarks Being International (Unit 1) Training & Partnerships (Units 2&3): Writing e-mail & Executive summary Online session 1 1 2 3 4 5 Finance and banking (Unit 7) Mid-term test . 03. 3. 02. 3. 2012. 3.

5. 14.Week Date 09. 2012. 10. 2012. 5. 2012. 2011. 5. 4. 2012. 4. 4. 4. 08. 2012.5. 4. 16. 5. 2012. 2012. 15. 4. 17. 2012. 2012. 4. 01. 24. 30. 07. 2012. 2011. 23. Unit Online session 2 6 7 8 Strategy (Unit 9) New business (Unit 11) Project management (Unit 12) No classes (State Holiday) Online session 3 End-term Integral Final test exam 9 10 11 .

22. 2012. Additional instruction – online session 13 28. 2012. 29.5. 2012. 2012.5.Week Date Activity 12 21. Additional instruction – online session . 05. 05.

Unit Make-up Final exam 10. 2012. 6. 2012. September Make-up Final exam . 11. 19. 2012. 9. 6.Make-up exams periods Week Date 18. 2012. 9.

Dizdar’s Office – A 8 .Reiffeisen Atrium A 8 Career Centre Prof.

00 A 8 Atrium Ground floor .30 – 17.00 Tuesday: 16.30 – 16.Office hours: Monday: 15.

ba .unsa.dizdar@efsa.Contact: E-mail: srebren.