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Pass Cambridge BEC: Higher Student's Book

The "Cambridge Business English Certificate" (BEC) is an international business English examination which offers a language qualification for learners who use, or will need to use, English for their work. "Pass Cambridge BEC Higher" is a practical student course book for advanced students who wish to gain a recognised business English qualification equivalent to the Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE). Focusing on relevant international business situations, this book has been structured to provide students with a thorough preparation for the revised examination, with essential advice for examination success. Everything you need to succeed in a single volume: introductory unit provides important information about the examination; core units cover key work place topics, including mergers and acquisitions, e-business, recruitment and business ethics; business orientated exercises develop reading, writing, speaking and listening skills; easy to use...

Издательство: "Summertown Publishing Ltd" (2007)

Формат: 210x297, 156 стр.

ISBN: 1-902741-35-8, 978-1-902741-352

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Ian Wood

Sir Ian Wood is the Scottish billionaire and chairman of the UK-based engineering company, Wood Group. He was born in Aberdeen where he was educated at Robert Gordon's College and graduated from Aberdeen University in 1964. He was Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Wood Group from 1982-2007, until he stepped down from his role as CEO in 2007. Since 2004, he has been the Chancellor of Robert Gordon University.

Honours and awards include:
*Young Scottish Businessman of the Year in 1979
*CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in 1982 in the New Year's Honours List
*Honorary Degree of LL.D from Aberdeen University in 1984
*Knighthood in the 1994 New Year's Honours List.
*Honorary Degree of DBA from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen in 1998.

External links

* [http://business.scotsman.com/topics.cfm?tid=1416&id=627982006 Sir Ian's pay up 27% as Wood profits soar]

Источник: Ian Wood

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