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Simon Sweeney is a Senior Lecturer at York St John University. In 2006 he was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship by the Higher Education Academy.
Simon formerly taught EFL in Italy and Spain before returning to the UK and specialising in Business English and communication skills. He has also worked as a teacher of Italian and Spanish, a translator and a teacher trainer.
He has published numerous books on Business English, management and communication skills.
In recent years Simon has taught mainly management and international studies, including International Relations. He is currently Head of Programme for MA International Studies at York St John where he also contributes to the MA in English Language Teaching. He also teaches Education and Development at the University of York. He has a degree in politics and an MA in Linguistics & ELT from the University of York.
In his spare time he likes playing football and listening to the music of Miles Davis, Frank Zappa and Radiohead.
Cambridge University Press bibliography
Communicating in Business is a short American English course for intermediate level students in or preparing for work who need to improve their communicative ability in Business situations.Author: Simon SweeneyEnglish Type: American EnglishPublication date: 12/08/2004
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English365 is a three-level course in Business and general English.Authors: Steve Flinders, Bob Dignen, Simon SweeneyEnglish Type: British EnglishCEF Level: A2 - B2Publication date: 01/01/2004
English for Business Communications is a short course for learners who need to improve their communicative ability.Author: Simon SweeneyEnglish Type: British EnglishCEF Level: B1 - B2Publication date: 24/04/2003
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