BEC

Syntax English Academy is providing BEC course for professionals, Business Certificates, also known as Business English Certificates (BEC), are a suite of three English language qualifications for international business.

Cambridge English: Business Preliminary (BEC Preliminary) – CEFR Level B1

Cambridge English: Business Vantage (BEC Vantage) – CEFR Level B2

Cambridge English: Business Higher (BEC Higher) – CEFR Level C1

This course will help you to achieve your ambitions to Work abroad, Work with international organizations in your own country, Study business-related subjects taught in English. BEC Course shows that you can use English confidently in international business environments.

Course Highlights

  • Regular daily 2 hours class with practice
  • Comprehensive study material
  • Native English Speaking Instructors
  • Small Batch size of 6 to 7 students
  • Latest Training facility & Techniques
  • Registration facility for all exams

Course Details:

Course (Cambridge University Study Material) Hours Days Duration
Beginners 2 Monday to Friday 120  hours
Advanced 2 Monday to Friday 44  hours
  • What is BEC Preliminary Test?

Business English Certificate (BEC) Preliminary, is the first of the three certificates. It is an intermediate level exam.

The BEC Preliminary examination consists of three papers

Reading and Writing (50% of the total marks) 1 hour 30 minutes
Listening (25% of the total marks) 40 minutes
Speaking (25% of the total marks) 12 minutes
  • What is BEC Vantage Test?

Business Vantage, also known as Business English Certificate (BEC) Vantage, is the second of the three certificates. It is an upper-intermediate level exam.

The BEC Vantage Examination consists of four papers

Reading (30 marks) 1 hour
Writing (30 marks) 45 minutes
Listening (30 marks) 40 minutes
Speaking (30 marks) 14 minutes
  • What is BEC Higher Test?

Business Higher, also known as Business English Certificate (BEC) Higher, is the third of the three certificates. It is a high level exam.

The BEC Higher Examination consists of four papers

Reading  60 minutes
Writing 70 minutes
Listening  40 minutes
Speaking  16 minutes
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