Queensland University of Technology
Area of Study
Taught In English
PrerequisitesAMB240, CTB240, AMB210, or IBB210
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits3 - 4
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units4 - 6
Hours & Credits
OverviewSynopsis:The aim of this unit is to provide students with a thorough understanding of the multiplicity of issues that impact on the development of international marketing strategies and plans and their operational implementation. The unit is highly applied and provides students with the following opportunities: to analyse global international firms, their marketing strategies and various international marketing issues in a variety of geographic and industry contexts; to evaluate methodologies and new practices for handling problems and issues typical of global and international markets and competition; to develop an operationally sound international marketing plan.Learning OutcomesUpon completion of this unit, you should be able to:
ContentThis unit covers issues relevant to the challenges of international marketing. International marketing decisions are made within a context that is influenced by political, economic and social and legal environments that are covered in this unit. This unit also examines the use of strategic planning, analysis of markets and the implementation of market plans in an international context.Other topics relevant to international marketing that are covered here include products, branding, international services marketing, export and global pricing strategies, as well as international channels of distribution and promotional strategies.Approaches to Teaching and LearningThis unit will be delivered in the format of a lecture and a tutorial. Teaching and learning activities make use of real world, authentic, problem-solving and decision making case studies, scenarios and real world domestic and international examples. The unit will also include an authentic assignment developing a case study. Lecture outlines will be available on the Blackboard site in advance. Tutorial exercises include real world cases that require analysis, problem solving and decision making in relation to international marketing issues. These interactive teaching and learning strategies will enable students to gain the generic skills of leadership, written and verbal communication, and critical analysis. Supporting resources will be available on the Blackboard.AssessmentAssessment name: Case StudyDescription: Case analysis. Guidelines and criteria reference assessment on the case study is available through Blackboard. For formative and summative assessment purposes.Length or Duration: 1,500 wordsFormative or Summative: Formative and SummativeRelates to objectives: 1, 3 & 4Weight: 50Internal or external: InternalGroup or individual: IndividualDue date: Week 6Assessment name: ReportDescription: Students are to present a research report on the implications of technology in the international marketing of the firm. Guidelines and criteria reference assessment on the report are available through Blackboard. For formative and summative assessment purposes.Length or Duration: 1,800 wordsFormative or Summative: Formative and SummativeRelates to objectives:1, 2 & 4 anWeight: 50Internal or external: InternalGroup or individual: IndividualDue date: Week 12
- Comprehend the range of international marketing strategies with which to compete in different country markets.
- Explain the impact and opportunities of technology on internationalising businesses.
- Critically evaluate the ethical dilemmas facing internationalising business through a case study analysis
- Communicate using written report format and case study analysis.
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