Subjects offered by International Business and Management
The International Business & Management Department offers students enrolled on modules a deep and rich understanding of business and management not only from a theoretical point of view but also the opportunity to explore and research some of the cultural, ethical and social issues that businesses have to deal with.
The modules offered by the department falls under the following categories:
- International Business
- Organisational Studies & Behaviour
- Human Resource Management
- International Business Strategy
- People and Organisations
- Business Law
- Business Ethics
- Strategic Management
- Designing and Managing Organisations
- Corporate Restructuring and Governance
The International, Interactive and Innovative Approach
Students enrolled on modules offered by the department are taught by staff from different countries that have a rich experience both in academia and in business where many have worked for multinationals. Hence our students are able to tap into this depth of knowledge and experience. The modules offered are at par with top business schools all over the world and our students have the opportunity to apply theories developed in the West to China and this puts them at a greater advantage.
We create a learning environment that encourages and fosters lively discussion and debate between students, their peers and lecturers in order to create an intellectually stimulating study environment, we create an atmosphere where students see the classroom as a community in which they have a role to play.
We use innovative ways of teaching to help students develop skills and experience relevant for the future careers. We use relevant case studies and assessment methods that ensure students are exposed to the issues that businesses are faced with and also give them an opportunity to develop their own thinking and solutions that they deem fit.
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