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Prerequisite(s)

Nil


Corequisite(s)

Nil


Course aim

This course provides knowledge of business operation in the international arena, and addresses factors that drive international business engagement in the era of emerging market dominance across trade and foreign investment. It explores the impact on organisational management, leadership, business strategy and conduct, for small-to-medium sized enterprises, multinational enterprises, start-ups and new types of internationalisers. The course considers the role of regional integration, regulatory bodies and the influence of key societal factors such as the corporate and social responsibility of organisations, as well as international business procurement along global supply chains. The course examines current debates, theories and practices in the field of international business, and provides students with strategic skills to analyse and apply micro and macro aspects of global business to organisational management, recognising the difficulties in the post-global financial recession.

Course content

Topics covered in this course include:

  • Globalisation and International Business
  • Ethical issues in managing international operations
  • Cultural competency, cross-cultural communication and International Business negotiations
  • The International Business environment
  • International Trade and Investment theories
  • Assessing International Business opportunities and risks
  • Internationalisation of business
  • Bilateral, Regional and Multilateral Trading Agreements
  • Managing International Business strategy and structure
  • People issues in international business.


Teaching method

ComponentDuration
Internal, City West
Seminar3 hours x 10 weeks
External, City West
External (Asynchronous and Synchronous Online Discussion)30 hours equiv. x N/A
Internal, City West, (intensive)
Seminar30 hours x N/A
External, City West, (intensive)
External30 hours equiv. x N/A
External, City West
External30 hours equiv x N/A
Internal, Hong Kong Management Association, Offshore
Seminars 15 hours AND online 15 hours equiv.30 hours equiv. x N/A

Note: These components may or may not be scheduled in every study period. Please refer to the timetable for further details.


Assessment

TaskLengthWeightingDuration
Internal, City West
Group assignment3000 words30%N/A
Continuous assessmentN/A20%N/A
ExaminationN/A50%3 hours
External, City West
Group assignment3000 words30%N/A
Continuous assessmentN/A20%N/A
ExaminationN/A50%3 hours
Internal, City West, (intensive)
Group assignment3000 words30%N/A
Continuous assessmentN/A20%N/A
ExaminationN/A50%3 hours
External, City West, (intensive)
Group assignment3000 words30%N/A
Continuous assessmentN/A20%N/A
ExaminationN/A50%3 hours
External, City West
Group assignment3000 words30%N/A
Continuous assessmentN/A20%N/A
ExaminationN/A50%3 hours
Internal, Hong Kong Management Association, Offshore
Group assignment3000 words30%N/A
Continuous assessmentN/A20%N/A
ExaminationN/A50%3 hours

Fees

EFTSL*: 0.1250
Commonwealth Supported program (Band 3)
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Fee-paying program for domestic and international students
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Non-award enrolment
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* Equivalent Full Time Study Load. Please note all EFTSL values are published and calculated at ten decimal places. Values are displayed to three decimal places for ease of interpretation


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