28 July 2016
Survey course of the importance of global issues as firms attempt to complete across the world. Key topics include: anticipating and preparing for global competition, understanding international trade theory and differences in political economies, reviewing global and regional economic integration, considering international market entry processes, and examining key cross-cultural issues affecting business operations.
The course format will be a mixture of lectures, assignments and class discussion. No prior coursework is required.
Professor Dr. Mechthild Schroten, Department of Economics, Hochschule Bremen
Students of economics, business studies, management studies and interested persons. Minimum age 18 years.
English required in the level: B2-C2 / Intermediate and advanced level
The acquisition of knowledge and skills enable the students to gain a high global awareness.
or 4 US credit hours
EUR 850: The course fee includes: information packet with city guide; Seminars and lectures; Teaching material; Program related excursion; Ticket for public transport in Bremen (bus+tram)
The course fee excludes: Travel expenses; Accommodation in Bremen (available at extra costs); Health and liability insurance; Board and personal spendings; Participation in optional activities