English for Business Communication

English for Business Communication (EBC) provides the spoken and written English language skills you need to succeed in the workplace.

  • 5 weeks  / Part Time

  • Intermediate / Advanced

Why study EBC?

Divided into Speaking and Writing modules, EBC helps improve your English proficiency in your areas of need. Choose one or both modules as you see fit for you.

EBC is ideal for business professionals as well as those seeking employment. It helps:

  • Improve your English skills and confidence within a business or professional workplace context

  • Understand formal and informal business communication

  • Increase your employment opportunities

Course Content

The speaking module helps develop skills in:

  • Giving impromptu presentations
  • Structuring a presentation
  • Participating in meetings
  • Pronunciation

The writing module helps develop skills in:

  • Formal and informal written business communication
  • Professional writing - emails, letters, short reports
  • Grammar and vocabulary


Courses are offered at L5 building 223 Anzac Parade Kensington

Part-time Evening Modules


6-9pm: Speaking Skills


Entry Requirements

This course is only suitable for domestic students and tourist visa holders and temporary residents.

  • You should have an intermediate to upper-intermediate level of English.
  • Recommended minimum entry requirement of IELTS 6.0 or equivalent.

Dates and Fees

Courses are offered at L5 building 223 Anzac Parade Kensington

Other UNSW Global fees in Australian dollars (AUD)

AUD $375 per module

Start DatesFinish Dates
Speaking - 12 February
Writing - 14 February
Speaking - 12 March
Writing - 14 March
Speaking - 23 April
Writing - 24 April
Speaking - 21 May
Writing - 23 May
Speaking - 2 July
Writing - 4 July
Speaking - 30 July
Writing - 1 August
Speaking - 10 September
Writing - 12 September
Speaking - 8 October
Writing - 10 October
Speaking - 19 November
Writing - 21 November
Speaking - 17 December
Writing - 19 December

Please note that applications must be made separately for each module, i.e. in order to study Speaking and Writing modules together, two separate applications are required.

Important information

  • This is a non-CRICOS registered course. International Student Visa holders are not eligible to enrol in non-CRICOS registered courses, including Modern Languages and Part-time English / Exam Preparation classes at this time.

    However, international students who are not on a student visa can enrol in these courses. Temporary Residents who want to enrol in Modern Languages or Part-time English / Exam Preparation classes can do so by contacting [email protected]

  • Please note that Commonwealth financial support is not available for Non-Award programs including Global’s Foundation programs and all language courses