Global and International Business
University of Roehampton
Area of Study
Business, International Business
Taught In English
Course Level Recommendations
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits3
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units4
Hours & Credits
Assessment: formative assessment – draft plan, for example a simple Gantt Chart, to be submitted by each group in week 5 to assist with planning and organising the group assignment; summative assessment – group presentation of case study analysis
Module learning outcomes
1. Knowledge outcome – You will be able to develop your understandings of global and international business and how this contributes to organisational success
2. Intellectual/transferable skills outcome – You will be able to consider a complex international business scenario and apply quantitative or qualitative techniques to contribute to its solution.
How the module develops Business Readiness
I am developing my knowledge to understand business organisations in their international environments. I am appreciating different types of international organisations and starting to appreciate the different strategies they adopt in order to be successful in complex environments. I am learning the techniques managers can use to analyse business strategies and have had the opportunity to apply at least one technique to a case study scenario. I am developing my research skills using a range of library sources. Through the formative assessment I am learning how to prepare a simple plan for a team assignment. Through the summative assessment I have developed my ability to work as a team, to communicate effectively and present a polished business presentation to an audience.
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