To give students a clear insight into the major external environmental factors governing international business management. To provide an understanding of various management functions in an international context at both a conceptual and a practical level.
- This course is offered in 60 hours
On successful completion of this course a student will be able to:
- Understand and be able to articulate the rationale for ‘going international’
- Measure and manage environmental risk. The rise of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) –horizontal and vertical FDI, managing host regulation of FDI.
- Managing strategic dilemmas such as Relationship between modes of entry, environment and
- Understand the management of international strategic alliances. Organisational structure and
culture. Control systems and incentives in an international context.
- Critically analyse National and international accounting standards and the consequences of
differing standards. Investment decisions and financing decisions. Techniques for global
money management, managing foreign exchange risk.
- Understand human resource considerations in internationally-oriented companies. Managing
- The rationale for going international
- Measuring and managing environmental risk.
- The rise of foreign direct investment (FDI).
- Managing strategic dilemmas.
- Relationship between modes of entry, environment and strategy.
- Managing international strategic alliances.
- Organisation structure and culture.
- Control systems and incentives in international contexts.
- National and international accounting standards and the consequences of differing standards.
- Investment decisions and financing decisions.
- Techniques for global money management.
- Managing foreign exchange risk.
- Human resource considerations in internationally-oriented companies.
- Managing international operations.
The course will be delivered through a weekly lecture and a tutorial. Lectures will provide a comprehensive conceptual framework of the all key areas of international management. Tutorials will focus on the discussion of case studies, the exploration of issues, and student presentations and will involve tutor led discussions, group work and role play.
Written essay and exam
- BA (Hons) Business Management with specialism in Marketing
This inter-disciplinary degree programme provides a rigorous grounding in business management by developing
your understanding of key aspects of organisations. You will develop a detailed awareness of organisational
behaviour, human resource management, business functions, regulatory frameworks, business ethics, international
business and cultures, entrepreneurship and strategic management. You will acquire people and management skills
as well as developing your analytical skills, your capacity for critical judgement and your ability to make reasoned
choices between alternative solutions.
At SBCS we focus on -
- Producing graduates who are capable of thinking critically, creatively and ethically.
- Graduates who are team players with the ability to communicate persuasively.
Highlights at a glance -
- Final Year (Top-up)
- Global Recognition
- Excellent Facilities and Administrative Support
- Expert Lecturers