KV1 International Business Management 6 op
KV202010, Kansainvälinen liiketoiminta, Turun kauppakorkeakoulu
The aim of the course is to develop students' knowledge and understanding of international business core theories related to planning, organisation, implementation and control of business operations from a management perspective. The students' readiness to analyse and apply this knowledge in real-life type situations is also developed through case work. After completing the course the students are able to: (1) describe and explain challenges imposed on business decision makers operating in an international business context, (2) explain and compare related courses of action regarding internationalisation, market selection and entry, and the organisation and management of international business operations, (3) analyse the strategic choices, operations and organisation of given situations, (4) apply theories, frameworks and tools of international business strategy to develop a plan of action for a real-life situation and context of a given case organisation, (5) communicate the findings and recommendations in international business management in a convincing, professional way.
The total student workload (160h) consists of: 2 h of introductory lectures 18 h of seminars and tutoring with the course supervisor, including final presentations of the case reports 100 h of Independent case work in teams (finding literature, group meetings, Information gathering, analysis, writing the report) 8 h preparation of presentation of the case work 32 h preparation and taking the exam Course materials, schedules and reports will be saved in Moodle. Enroll in KV1 in Moodle before the course starts.
Introductory lecture 2 hours per seminar group. Seminars and tutoring 18 hours per seminar group. Detailed instructions will be given through Moodle. **Autumn semester 2020, period II (26 October - 6 December 2020)** The course in arranged as integrated into degree studies and lectures take place during the day (Mon-Fri, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m). Please check the course timetables [from the study guide of Turku School of Economics](https://opas.peppi.utu.fi/fi/opintojakso/KV202010/3290), choose Toteutukset/Implementations. After registration period teacher will divide students into the three groups to ensure balance between groups. Students can still indicate their preferred group (by sending email to Students Services Secretary), but unfortunately we can't guarantee that everyone gets into the group she/he wants. **Notice!** Compensation of absence from seminars required. Attendance is mandatory at the first meeting. Lectures are organized via remote access (dates and times are given on course timetable above) **Exam** Course includes a compulsory exam. Exams are taken electronically through the Electronic Exam service. E-exam reservation can be made 30 days before exam. E-exam rooms are located in Turku, Pori, Rauma. More information about e-exams: https://utuguides.fi/examstudents
Mike W. Peng, Global 2 (Student Edition), Supplementary book: Charles W.L. Hill, International Business: Competing in the global marketplace (7th Edition/Global Edition)
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- Syksy 2020
Turun yliopisto, Turku
[Education manager Merja Brunnsberg]( https://www.utu.fi/fi/avoin-yliopisto-opetus/opintoneuvonta-ja-yhteystiedot) [Student services secretary Elina Iso-Ilomäki]( https://www.utu.fi/fi/avoin-yliopisto-opetus/opintoneuvonta-ja-yhteystiedot) avoin-tse[at]utu.fi
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Payment for studies should be paid within 24 hours after the registration using online bank or otherwise the registration is cancelled. In case an online net bank payment is not possible, the student must contact the Student services secretary in advance before registration (we charge 15 euros extra for paper invoice).