Course outcome The main expected result of this course is that you will have improved your English language skills and work more independently and with greater confidence in the field of European trade mark protection procedures. To reach this, we will mainly focus in this course on developing… vocabulary and language use in the professional context of trade mark registration, communication skills within the context … Continue reading What can you expect from The Language of Trade Marks?
The course “The Language of Trade Marks – the Basics” consists of six weekly modules (see “Course navigation” in the right sidebar). Each weekly lesson will consist of several activities: a brief introduction and overview, a review of previously studied vocabulary at the beginning of each week (from week 2), various materials and exercises on the weeks’ topics (“Language tasks”), one assignment (“Practical task”) at … Continue reading What are the main activities of The Language of Trade Marks?
In order to complete the course and obtain a Statement of Accomplishment you must: accomplish 60% in the final quiz in week 8 (language task), submit minimum five assignments (practical tasks). In order to receive a Statement of Accomplishment with Distinction you must: accomplish minimum 90% of the final quiz in week 8 (language task), submit all seven assignments (practical tasks). In case you missed … Continue reading How will I know if I successfully completed the course?
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