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- On May 21, 2020
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In partnership with Precision Learning, Rutgers Business School has provided its incoming students with the important opportunity to enroll in the Summer Intensive in Business English (SIBE), an immersive Leadership Development and Business English program.
The program focuses on strengthening English speaking, writing, listening, and reading skills, while further expanding practical skills such as professional networking, public speaking and giving presentations, analyzing business publications, conducting meetings, interviews, and negotiations, writing persuasively, and other critical proficiencies. The program will ultimately help to prepare students for success in graduate studies at Rutgers University.
July 6, 2020 – August 14, 2020
Monday – Friday
8:30 PM – 11:30 PM (US Eastern Time, Day Before)
6:00 AM – 9:00 AM (Mumbai Time)
8:30 AM – 11:30 AM (Beijing Time)
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
7:30 AM – 10:30 AM (US Eastern Time)
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM (Mumbai Time)
7:30 PM – 10:30 PM (Beijing Time)
- Be on time to class
- Do not miss class
- Do not use your cellular phone during class
- During class, laptops and tablets should only be used for notetaking and lesson-related activities
- Keep eating and drinking during class to a minimum
- Be courteous to your Instructor and to other students when they are speaking
- Raise your hand, confidently participate, ask questions, and never be afraid to make a mistake
- Maintain open communication with your Instructor about your needs
- Do your reading and other assigned homework
- Speak English both in and out of class, it is only to your ultimate benefit
- Get a good night’s rest and start each day with a refreshed and open mind
- Enjoy the course and observe your Business English and Leadership skills as they grow stronger with each day!
Program Student Materials
Students will receive and will work through the following materials, whether in class or during homework assignments:
- Market Leader: Business English
- Business Writing: What Works, What Won’t
- Money Masters of Our Time
- Supplemental Handouts
Critical Thinking Case Studies: Money Masters of Our Time
Case studies are a crucial part of business education, and an exceptional way to enhance Business English and critical thinking skills. By telling a detailed story most often focused on leadership and customer experiences, they elaborate upon the pathway to business success. Throughout the program, students will read, evaluate, and understand diverse case studies from Money Masters of Our Time by John Train.
In Money Masters of Our Time, Train emphasizes the aspects of successful business professionals’ careers that illuminate their investment techniques, focusing on notable individuals whose decisions to buy and sell have repeatedly made money grow. Throughout the program, we will focus on their investment techniques and methods, while giving brief biographical evaluations. During each discussion, we will ask several questions, including:
- How do they reason?
- Where do they get their information?
- How much do they depend on fact and how much on psychology?
- What are their criteria in selecting an investment?
- What investments did they make, and why?
Some of the “Money Masters” covered by Train and discussed during the program include: Warren Buffet, Paul Cabot, Philip Carret, Philip Fisher, Benjamin Graham, Mark Lightbrown, Peter Lynch, John Neff, T. Rowe Price, Richard Rainwater, Julian Robertson, Jim Rogers, George Soros, Michael Steinhardt, John Templeton, Ralph Wanger, and Robert Wilson.