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1 Programme Specification 2015/16 1. Awarding body University of Surrey 2. Teaching institution (if different) As above 3. Final award Master of Business (MBus) 4. Programme title/route/pathway MBus International Business Management 5. Subsidiary award(s) and title(s) BSc (Hons) International Business Management BSc (Ord) International Business Management Diploma of Higher Education in International Business Management Certificate of Higher Education in International Business Management 6. FHEQ Level 4,5,6 and 7 7. Credits and ECTS credits 480 UK credits (240 ECTS credits) 8. Name of Professional, Statutory or AACSB Regulatory Body (PSRB) 9. Date of last accreditation (if applicable) N/A 10. Mode of study Full-time Full-time (sandwich) 11. Language of study English 12. UCAS Code N129 (with Professional Training Year), N125 (without Professional Training Year) 13. QAA Subject benchmark statement (if applicable) Subject benchmark statement master s degree in Business and Management 2007 and subject benchmark for General Business and Management Other internal and / or external reference N/A points 15. Faculty and Department/School Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Surrey Business School 16. Programme Leader To be appointed in August 2015 following Operational Review restructure 17. Date of production/revision of the specification 18. Educational aims of the programme March 2015 The educational rationale of MBus is to enable high-performing students to extend their studies within the specialism developed as part of the BSc International Business Management programme to the fourth, Masters year of study and research, and thus add both depth and value to their higher education at the University of Surrey that would not be easily achievable by undertaking a separate Masters degree due to such stand-alone degrees often acting as conversion courses into equivalent specialism. By contrast, the MBus programme offers the following advantages: Advanced study within the specialism building directly on what students have learnt in Levels 4, 5 and 6 (as well as P for those who have undertaken placements) as part of a student-centred, research-led programme Being part of a small, select cohort of high-performing students starting with similar specialist knowledge base from the BSc part of the programme, enabling more tailored learning Opportunity to reflect on the learning the students have received at BSc level and apply it to a research situation Graduating with a Masters qualification ahead of those who are studying for a standalone Masters qualification, which will give students a head start against their competitors in the job market

2 The MBus programme also has the following additional educational strengths: Customisation via option choices to the students own interests and aspirations within and beyond the subject specialism; Comprising a substantial piece of applied research (via the Applied Research Project component) under the supervision of expert academics in students chosen field; Fostering students initiative and ownership of own learning in relation to advanced tasks, such as for example working as part of a group to organise a networking and knowledge transfer event (as part of the Networking and Knowledge Transfer module). Giving students access to cutting-edge ideas, theories and practices through experts from both within and outside Surrey Business School, including industry experts. MBus International Business Management students study specialist modules in International Business Management alongside other business management modules that provide students with more general grounding in the wider business and management discipline. The specialist modules give students with a thorough understanding of International Business issues. The programme is ideal for students who have a global outlook and international aspirations. In the globalized economy both large and small companies need to focus on international markets (and in particular on emerging markets). Expertise in International Business Management is designed to give students an advantage in the International job market. 19. Programme learning outcomes the programme provides opportunities for students to develop and demonstrate knowledge and understanding, skills, qualities and other attributes in the following areas: MBus Degree The following learning outcomes should be met on completion of the MBus degree and students will be able to: Demonstrate advanced knowledge and understanding of cutting-edge topics and issues in management, reflexively tested through practical application and applied research; Describe and explain the ontological, epistemological and methodological bases of conducting applied research in business management; Apply advanced research methods to the collection, analysis and interpretation of qualitative and/or quantitative data; Design and conduct an applied research project on a business problem of their choosing and which further extends the expertise already gained in international business management; Collect and analyse primary data using appropriate methods; Interpret, describe and present the results of their empirical research; Identify and explain the theoretical and practical implications of their findings; Present and provide research-based solutions to business problems; Critically appraise the use of research evidence in business and management (research and practice); Demonstrate initiative, independence, responsibility for own learning, and organisational skills; Showcase networking and knowledge transfer skills, equipping them for work in the present-day knowledge economy and information society. The Learning outcomes of the MBus are informed by and designed to meet the requirements of internal and external reference points: Framework for Higher Education Qualifications, Subject Benchmark for Business Management, QAA UK Quality Code, Faculty specific learning and teaching strategies and the University of Surrey descriptors. The breakdown of learning outcomes in regards to knowledge and understanding, cognitive, practical and transferable skills are listed in the end of this section in great detail in relation to the teaching and learning strategies and assessment. BSc (Hons) degree

3 On successful completion of the BSc level of study the following learning outcomes should be met and students will be: Thinkers - They exercise initiative in applying thinking skills critically and creatively to recognize and approach complex problems, and make reasoned, ethical decisions. Achievers -They get things done in an effective, efficient and timely manner. They demonstrate adaptability and resilience when coping with complexity, applying creativity appropriately. Communicators - They understand and express ideas and information confidently and creatively in a variety of communication modes. They work effectively and willingly in collaboration with others. Inquirers - They develop their natural curiosity and actively enjoy learning. They acquire the skills necessary to conduct inquiry and research and show independence in learning. Informed Risk-takers- They approach unfamiliar situations and uncertainty with courage and forethought, and have the independence of spirit to explore new roles, ideas and strategies. These graduates will strive to be: Knowledgeable - They explore concepts, ideas and issues that have local and global significance. In so doing, they acquire in-depth knowledge and develop understanding across a broad and balanced range of disciplines. Open-minded - They understand and appreciate their own cultures and personal histories, and are open to the perspectives, values and traditions of other individuals and communities. They are accustomed to seeking and evaluating a range of points of view, and are willing to grow from the experience. Balanced - They understand the importance of intellectual, physical and emotional balance to achieve personal wellbeing for themselves and others. Caring - They show empathy, compassion and respect towards the needs and feelings of others. They have a personal commitment to service, and act to make a positive difference to the lives of others and to the environment. Reflective - They give thoughtful consideration to their own learning and experience. They are able to assess and understand their strengths and limitations in order to support their learning and personal development. Principled - They act with integrity and honesty, with a strong sense of fairness, justice and respect for the dignity of the individual, groups and communities. They take responsibility for their own actions and the consequences that accompany them. They are brave and articulate in defending their beliefs. Professional -They utilize their independent judgement within an ethical framework in carrying out their responsibilities. They demonstrate commercial awareness within an international context. Ordinary Degree The programme aims to: Be truly international Be grounded in an ethos of sustainability Develop individuals who are recognised as professionals in their field

4 Reflect current industry practice and research themes Provide a professional, creative, dynamic and supportive learning environment Recognise the role of the wider university in supporting the development of the individual Be distinctive yet integrated and can be tailored to specialist interest On graduation the following learning outcomes should be met and successful students will be: Thinkers -They exercise initiative in applying thinking skills critically in their approach to complex problems. Achievers - They get things done in an effective, efficient and timely manner. They demonstrate adaptability when coping with complexity. Communicators -They understand and express ideas and information confidently in a variety of communication modes. They work effectively in collaboration with others. Inquirers -They acquire the skills necessary to conduct inquiry and show independence in learning. These graduates will strive to be: Knowledgeable - They explore concepts, ideas and issues that have local and global significance. In so doing, they acquire knowledge and develop understanding across a range of disciplines. Open-minded - They understand and appreciate their own cultures and personal histories, and are open to the perspectives, values and traditions of other individuals and communities. They are accustomed to seeking a range of points of view, and are willing to grow from the experience. Caring - They show empathy, compassion and respect towards the needs and feelings of others. They have a personal commitment to service, and act to make a positive difference to the lives of others and to the environment. Reflective - They give thoughtful consideration to their own learning and experience. They are able to assess and understand their strengths and limitations in order to support their learning and personal development. Principled - They act with integrity and honesty, with a sense of fairness, justice and respect for the dignity of the individual, groups and communities. They take responsibility for their own actions and the consequences that accompany them. Professional -They utilize their independent judgement within an ethical framework in carrying out their responsibilities. They demonstrate commercial awareness. Diploma in Higher Education The programme aims to: Be truly international Be grounded in an ethos of sustainability Develop individuals who are recognised as Reflect current industry practice and research themes Provide a professional, creative, dynamic and supportive learning environment Recognise the role of the wider university in supporting the development of the individual Be distinctive yet integrated and can be tailored to specialist interest

5 On graduation the following learning outcomes should be me and successful students will be: Thinkers -They will apply thinking skills critically in their approach to problems. Achievers - They get things done in an effective, efficient and timely manner. They demonstrate adaptability. Communicators - They understand and express ideas and information confidently in a variety of communication modes. They work effectively with others. Inquirers - They will develop the skills necessary to conduct inquiry. These graduates will strive to be: Knowledgeable - They explore concepts, ideas and issues. In so doing, they acquire knowledge and develop understanding across a range of disciplines. Open-minded - They understand and appreciate their own cultures and personal histories, and are open to the perspectives, values and traditions of other individuals and communities. Caring - They show respect towards the needs and feelings of others. Reflective - They give thoughtful consideration to their own learning and experience. Principled - They act with integrity and honesty, with a sense of fairness, justice and respect for the dignity of the individual, groups and communities. Professional -They utilize their judgement within an ethical framework in carrying out their responsibilities. They demonstrate commercial awareness. Certificate in Higher Education The programme aims to: Be truly international Be grounded in an ethos of sustainability Develop individuals who are recognised as professionals in their field Reflect current industry practice and research themes Provide a professional, creative, dynamic and supportive learning environment Recognise the role of the wider university in supporting the development of the individual Be distinctive yet integrated and can be tailored to specialist interest On graduation, successful students will be: Thinkers -They will apply thinking skills in their approach to problems. Achievers -They get things done in an effective, efficient and timely manner. Communicators -They understand and express ideas and information confidently in a variety of communication modes. They work effectively with others. These graduates will strive to be: Knowledgeable - They explore concepts, ideas and issues. In so doing, they acquire knowledge and develop understanding across a range of disciplines.

6 Open-minded - They are open to the perspectives, values and traditions of other individuals and communities. Caring - They show respect towards the needs and feelings of others. Reflective - They give consideration to their own learning and experience. Principled - They act with integrity and honesty. Professional -They demonstrate commercial awareness. Knowledge and understanding On completion of this programme the successful student will have systematic knowledge and understanding of: Business functions, structure and management in general Business processes from planning, design, implementation, evaluation and improvement to control and operations management. Business economics and its impact on society Based on pathways students will have gained specific knowledge and understanding in regards to the subjects: marketing, human resource management or entrepreneurship and how these specific areas are linked to business processes and economics. A comprehensive understanding of techniques applicable to their own research project Critical awareness of current problems in a business context Skills and other attributes - Intellectual / cognitive skills On completion of this programme the successful student will be able to: Define, explain, analyse and interpret information by assessing and evaluating different concepts, theories and models Develop models and concepts further and apply models and concepts Identify, evaluate and construct arguments Demonstrate self-direction and critical selfawareness in regards to their own analytical skills Communicate conclusions clearly to specialist and non-specialist audiences Teaching and learning strategies Students gain knowledge and understanding through reading of textbooks, journal articles, lecture and seminar notes and materials, online and in-class exercises provided in lectures, seminars and workshop type sessions. Assessment Knowledge and understanding will be assessed by means of exams, class-tests, individual assignments and group assignments or projects. Teaching and learning strategies Students learn cognitive skills through the analysis of case studies, in individual and group exercise, portfolio and/ or homework, dissertation supervision. Assessment Cognitive skills will be assessed by means of

7 Skills and other attributes - Professional practical skills On completion for this programme the successful student will have acquired the following professional practical skills: Identify, prioritise and synthesize information for various business processes and purposes Write, analyse and evaluate business reports and businesses performances Set business objectives, implement business strategies and plans. Apply interpersonal and team management skills to specific business situations Skills and other attributes - Key / transferable skills The successful student will have the following transferable skills: Excellent communication skills in written and oral format Time management skills Team management skills Decision making skills Interpersonal skills Self-motivation, initiative, pro-active thinking and strong interpersonal skills Independent learning abilities Teaching and learning strategies Students learn practical skills through seminars and workshops and assessment on individual and group basis. Assessment Student s practical skills are assessed in individual and group assignments and exams as well as portfolio work and practical modules that require practical skills. Teaching and Learning strategies Transferable skills are taught inside and outside the classroom. Inside the class room students will have to take part in activities that will require students to apply these skills either individually or in a group. Assessment Individual and group assignments are aimed to develop and support transferable skills and through individual reflection and peer-group assessment. 20. Programme structure including the route / pathway / field requirements, levels modules, credits, awards and further information on the mode of study. Students are initially registered for MBus and will undertake 8 compulsory modules in level 4. The MBus programme is studied over 4 or 5 academic years depending on students taking the placement year, and is studied on a full-time basis. On successful completion of the MBus programme students may apply for a PhD. The Programme is divided into modules. All taught modules are worth 15 credits, which is indicative of 150 hours of learning, comprised of student contact, private study and assessment. The only exception is Applied Research Project at FHEQ Level 7, which allows students to undertake a substantial independent research project into their chosen specialism, and is worth 45 credits. In order to achieve the MBus award students must complete 480 credits at FHEQ Levels 4, 5, 6 and 7. To achieve the BSc award students must complete 360 credits at FHEQ Levels 4, 5 and 6. To achieve the Ordinary degree award students must complete 300 credits, 60 credits at FHEQ level 6 To achieve the DipHE award students must complete 240 credits at FHEQ Levels 4 and 5. To achieve the CertHE award students must complete 120 credits at FHEQ Level 4. The optional placement year requires 120 credits on successful completion. Remaining on the MBus is contingent on a level average of 60% at FHEQ levels 5, and cumulative level average for FHEQ Levels 5 and 6 at Level 6. Students failing to meet this criterion at the end of Level 5 will be transferred out to the BSc programme.

8 Those failing to meet it at the end of Level 6 will be recommended for the award of BSc. Students who enrol on the BSc programme may be admitted to the MBus programme at the end of FHEQ levels 5 or 6 if they meet the level average criterion. The first three years of MBus International Business Management comprise the structure of the existing BSc International Business Management programme. This means that the MBus International Business Management shares the common first year with MBus Business Management and its pathways. As is currently the case with the BSc International Business Management programme, this will allow MBus students to make an informed decision about either confirming the programme specialism chosen on entry or switching to MBus Business Management, including the possibility of choosing one of its pathways. The exit award at the end of FHEQ Level 4 is CertHE. At FHEQ Level 5, students take 90 credits of compulsory modules, which include three business management modules of Human Resource Management, Business Finance, and Management Accounting, which provide students with grounding in these important areas that are relevant to International Business Management, and three specialist International Business Management modules in International Business, Comparative Country Studies, and Issues in International Business Management. The International Business module provides students with an overview of the most important topics in this field. Issues in International Business Management reflects contemporary themes and emphasizes their practical implications. In Comparative Country Studies students learn how to analyse and compare market and business environments in different countries. Additionally, students take 30 credits of 45 of optional modules that can be chosen from a range of modules within and outside of their specialism. The exit award at the end of FHEQ Level 5 is DipHE. The Professional Training Year, if selected, would be taken following FHEQ Level 5. At FHEQ Level 6, students take 90 credits of compulsory modules. Out of these, 45 credits are in modules within international business specialism, and 45 credits in other relevant business management areas. The specialist modules provide students with a thorough understanding of International Business issues. The International Trade module provides students with a theoretical and practical understanding of International Trade. In Globalisation of Emerging Markets students learn about the opportunities and challenges that multinationals face when doing business in emerging markets (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) and about the internationalisation strategies of multinationals from emerging economies. Students also take a 15-credit optional module that can be chosen from a range of modules within and outside of their specialism. If students exit at the end of FHEQ Level 6 they will have 360 credits. The exit award at the end of FHEQ Level 6 is BSc (Hons). At FHEQ Level 7 in semester one, students take two compulsory modules - Research Methods and Networking and Knowledge Transfer (for MBus students only), followed in semester two by two more compulsory modules for MBus students only - Applied Research Methods and the 45 credit Applied Research Project. The compulsory modules provide students with advanced research methods training and opportunities to apply previously acquired International Business Management subject knowledge, critically and reflexively, to practical and research settings. Students also take 30 credits of optional modules, many of which offer international specialism. Students exiting at the end of FHEQ Level 7 will have achieved 480 credits. Students successfully completing FHEQ Level 7 will be awarded MBus in their chosen pathway. Programme adjustments (if applicable) N/A Programme pathways and variants

9 N/A In the case of joint honours (equally weighted subjects) or a major/minor combination programme, please provide a rationale for the particular subject combination and details on how the combination will operate. - Who is the lead faculty, department or school? N/A FHEQ Level 4: Potential awards CertHE Module code Module title Core /compulsory /optional Credit volume Semester (1 / 2) Award requirements MAN1091 Business Skills Compulsory 15 1 On completion of MAN1059 Operations Compulsory 15 1 Management MAN1092 Economics for Compulsory 15 1 Business MAN1068 Financial Accounting Compulsory 15 1 MAN1095 Marketing Principles Compulsory 15 2 MAN1073 Organizational Compulsory 15 2 Subsidiary award Behaviour and Analysis MAN1090 Business Ethics Compulsory 15 2 MAN1089 Business Decision Compulsory 15 2 Making How many optional modules must a student choose in order to achieve the necessary amount of credits to achieve this level? Module code FHEQ Level 5: Potential awards DipHE Module title Core /compulsory /optional All compulsory Credit volume Semester (1 / 2) this year students will have achieved 120 credits at FHEQ Level 4 and will progress to FHEQ Level 5 Cert HE(120 credits) 120 credits at FHEQ Level 4 must be achieved before a student may exit this programme with a CertHE Award requirements MAN2133 MAN2089 Human Resource Management Business Finance Compulsory Compulsory On completion of this year students will have achieved 120 credits at MAN2096 International Business Compulsory 15 1 FHEQ Level 4 and 120 MAN2109 Management Compulsory 15 2 credits at FHEQ Level 5 Accounting (240 credits overall) and MAN2138 Comparative Country Compulsory 15 2 will progress to either Studies Level P, if they are MAN2134 Issues in International Compulsory 15 2 completing a Business Professional Training MAN2092 Management Optional 15 1 Year, or FHEQ Level 6 Information Systems MAN2137 Sociology of Work Optional 15 1 Subsidiary awards MAN**** Entrepreneurship, Optional 15 1 Innovation and Digital DipHE (240 credits) Media 120 credits at FHEQ MAN2094 Marketing Optional 15 1 Level 4 and 120 credits Communication at FHEQ Level 5 must be achieved before a MAN2093 Introduction to Optional 15 1

10 Management Science MAN2132 Entrepreneurship in Optional 15 2 the Digital Domain MAN2135 Business/Organizatio Optional 15 2 nal Psychology MAN2108 Business Law Optional 15 2 MAN**** Consumer Behaviour Optional 15 2 MAN2136 Employee Relations Optional 15 2 MAN2097 International Fashion Optional 15 2 Marketing How many optional modules must a student choose in order to achieve the necessary amount of credits to achieve this level? FHEQ Level P Professional Training Year student may exit this programme with a DipHE Remaining on the MBus is contingent on a level average of 60% at FHEQ level 5. Students failing to meet this criterion at the end of Level 5 will be transferred out to the BSc programme. Students need to take 1 optional module in semester 1 and 1 optional module in semester 2. On completion of this year students will have achieved 120 credits at Level P (240 FHEQ Level credits overall) and will progress to FHEQ Level 6 Subsidiary award Cert HE(120 credits) 120 credits at FHEQ Level 4 must be achieved before a student may exit this programme with a CertHE DipHE (240 credits) 120 credits at FHEQ Level 4 and 120 credits at FHEQ Level 5 must be achieved before a student may exit this programme with a DipHE Module code FHEQ Level 6: Potential awards BSc (Hons) / BSc (Ord) Module title Core Credit /compulsory volume /optional Semester (1 / 2) Award requirements MAN3090 MAN3083 International Business Strategy Entrepreneurship and Compulsory Compulsory On completion of this year students will have achieved 120 credits at MAN3104 Business Planning Project Management Compulsory 15 2 Level 4, 120 credits at FHEQ Level 5 and MAN3106 Marketing Strategy Compulsory credits at FHEQ MAN3110 Globalisation of Compulsory 15 2 Level 6, 360 credits in Emerging Markets total and will progress to MAN3100 International Trade Compulsory 15 2 FHEQ Level 7 MAN3119 Leadership Optional 15 1 MAN3087 Research in Optional 15 1 Subsidiary awards Marketing MAN3085 Ethics, Responsibility Optional 15 1 BSc (Hons) (360 credits) and Citizenship credits at Level 4, MAN3134 Managing People Optional credits at FHEQ across Cultures Level 5 and MAN3131 Employment Law Optional credits at FHEQ Level 6 must be achieved before a student may exit this programme with a BSc (Hons) degree. Ordinary degree (300 credits) 120 credits at

11 How many optional modules must a student choose in order to achieve the necessary amount of credits to achieve this level? Module code FHEQ Level 7: Potential awards MBus Module title Core /compulsory /optional FHEQ Level 4, 120 credits at FHEQ Level 5 plus at least 60 credits at FHEQ Level 6 must be achieved before a student may exit this programme with an Ordinary degree. Remaining on the MBus is contingent on a level average of 60% at FHEQ level 6. Those failing to meet it at the end of Level 6 will be recommended for the award of BSc. Students need to take 2 optional module in semester 1. Credit volume Semester (1 / 2) Award requirements MANM169 Research Methods Compulsory 15 1 On completion of this MANM*** Networking and Compulsory 15 1 year students will have MANM*** Knowledge Transfer Applied Research Compulsory 15 2 achieved 120 credits at Level 4, 120 credits at MANM*** Methods Applied Research Compulsory 45 2 FHEQ Level 5, 120 credits at FHEQ Level 6, Project and 120 credits at FHEQ ECOM046 International Trade Optional 15 1 Level 7, 480 credits in Theory total and will be awarded LAWM082 Corporate Law Optional 15 1 MBus. LAWM090 International Trade Optional 15 1 Law Subsidiary awards LAWM137 EU Business Optional 15 1 Regulations BSc (Hons) (360 credits) ENGM064 Foundations of Optional credits at Level 4, Sustainable 120 credits at FHEQ Development Level 5 and 120 credits MANM011 International Optional 15 1 at FHEQ Level 6 must be Marketing achieved before a Management student may exit this MANM006 Human Resource Optional 15 1 programme with a BSc (Hons) degree. Development MANM004 Employment Law Optional 15 1 MANM016 Management of Optional 15 1 Human Resources MANM289 Entrepreneurial Optional 15 1 Business Planning How many optional modules must a student choose in order to achieve the necessary amount of credits to achieve this level? Students need to take 2 optional modules in Semester 1

12 21. Opportunities for placements / work-related learning / collaborative activity please indicate if any of the following apply to your programme Data supplied by an external source for student analysis which contributes to an assessment Guest / external / associate lecturer (please detail the extent of their contribution, i.e. do they mark?) Professional Training Year (PTY) X Placement, study or work placement outside of the PTY(please indicate if this is one day, one month, six months, a year etc) Clinical Placements (that are not part of the PTY Scheme) ERASMUS Study (that is not taken during Level P) X Study exchanges (that are not part of the ERASMUS Scheme) X Dual Degree Joint Degree: No joint degrees are managed by SBS although some of the modules are available as electives on joint degrees run in other Faculties. Further information 22. Criteria for admission A level grades AAA (plus Grade B or above in Maths GCSE and Grade C or above in English Language GCSE) BTEC D*DD International Baccalaureate 36 points (including Mathematics grade 4 at SL/HL) 23. Assessment regulations Please click on the following link for the full regulations ( All programmes within the University of Surrey adhere to the Regulations. All taught programmes also reference and follow the Code of practice for assessment and feedback. 24. Support for students and their learning Sources of support for students are available in the following formats: Induction, personal tutors, module leaders, programme leaders, faculty student liaison officer, programme and module handbooks, SurreyLearn (VLE), student support office, central support services and careers service, placement tutors, project supervisors. 25. Quality management indications of quality and the methods for evaluating and improving quality The quality management of this programme is monitored through: Periodic programme review Annual Programme Review Reports Module Evaluation Questionnaires The National Student Survey Joint Staff Student Liaison Committees Personal Tutoring

13 Board of Study meetings Board of Examiners 26. Further information Further information can be found on our webpages at and within the programme handbook, which is provided on entry to the programme. The Regulations and Codes of practice for taught programmes can be found at

14 Appendix 1 International Business Management Year 1 (FHEQ Level 4) Semester 1 Semester 2 Compulsory Modules: Business Skills Marketing Principles Operations Management Organizational Behaviour and Analysis Economics for Business Business Ethics Financial Accounting Business Decision Making Year 2 (FHEQ Level 5) Semester 3 Semester 4 Compulsory Modules: Human Resource Management Management Accounting Business Finance Comparative Country Studies International Business Issues in International Business Option Option Optional Modules Choice of one from: Sociology of Work Marketing Communications Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Digital Media Management Information Systems Introduction to Management Science Optional Modules Choice of one from: Business/Organizational Psychology Employee Relations Consumer Behaviour International Fashion Marketing Business Law Entrepreneurship in the Digital Domain Level P: Optional Professional Training Year Year 3 (FHEQ Level 6) Semester 5 Semester 6 Compulsory Modules: International Business Strategy Project Management

15 Entrepreneurship and Business Planning Option Option Optional Modules Choice of one from: Leadership Research in Marketing Ethics, Responsibility and Citizenship Managing People Across Cultures Employment Law Marketing Strategy Globalization of Emerging Markets International Trade Year 4 (FHEQ Level 7) Semester 7 Semester 8 Compulsory Modules: Research Methods Applied Research Methods (15 credits) Networking and Knowledge Transfer Option Applied Research Project (45 credits) Option Optional Modules Choice of one from: International Trade Theory Corporate Law International Trade Law EU Business Regulations Foundations of Sustainable Development International Marketing Management Human Resource Development Employment Law Management of Human Resources Entrepreneurial Business Planning

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