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Additional Bachelor an der University of South Wales

Ob innerhalb Europas oder in Übersee, immer mehr Unternehmen arbeiten heutzutage über die Grenzen ihres Ursprungslandes hinaus - und benötigen deshalb Mitarbeiter mit internationalem Know-how.
An der University of South Wales in Cardiff haben FOM Bachelor-Studierende und Absolventen, die betriebswirtschaftliche Leistungen im Umfang von mind. 120 Credits nach ECTS und Englischkenntnisse nachweisen können,  nun die Möglichkeit, in nur einem Semester einen zusätzlichen Bachelor-Hochschulabschluss zu erlangen. Zur Auswahl stehen Ihnen im Rahmen des Programms zwei Studiengänge: der Bachelor-Studiengang Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in International Business Management und der Bachelor-Studiengang Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Business Management.

Als Teilnehmer des Programms absolvieren Sie für den zusätzlichen Hochschulabschluss 7 Module an der University of South Wales. Im Zeitraum von September bis Dezember sind Sie hierfür vor Ort in Cardiff und studieren in internationalen Kursen Vollzeit. Wieder zurück in Deutschland verfassen Sie ein Work-based Assingment, eine schriftliche Arbeit über ein von Ihnen begleitetes Praxisprojekt in Ihrem Unternehmen. Nach erfolgreichem Abschluss beider Teilleistungen bekommen Sie von der University of South Wales den Abschluss in Ihrem gewählten Bachelor-Studiengang verliehen.

Infos zum Programm

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Ort: Cardiff, Wales
Dauer: ca. 3 Monate vor Ort
Unterrichtszeiten: 24.09. bis 14.12.2018 jeweils von montags bis freitags
Gesamtkosten: ca.£ 4296 (ca. 4855€) nach aktueller Gebührenordnung der USW (Stand 2017), zzgl. Kosten für die Anreise, Unterkunft und Verpflegung
Voraussetzungen:
  • Ausreichende Englischkenntnisse
  • Abgeschlossenes FOM Bachelor-Studium mit betriebswirtschaftlichen Leistungen im Umfang von mind. 120 Credits nach ECTS

oder

  • Laufendes betriebswirtschaftliches FOM Bachelor-Studium nach dem 6. Semester mit betriebswirtschaftlichen Leistungen im Umfang von mind. 120 Creditpoints nach ECTS.

Die University of South Wales entscheidet über die Zulassung.
Anmeldeschluss: 31. Mai 2018
Auszug aus den Inhalten: (Änderungen vorbehalten)

Akademisches Programm:

You can choose from two courses within the program:

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) International Business Management or
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Business Management

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in International Business Management 

If you choose the international business management course, the following modules are available:

International Business
The aims of the module are to facilitate a systematic understanding of the key aspects of global business, including acquisition of coherent and detailed knowledge at the forefront of defined aspects of this discipline. Global Business Environment, in particular those aspects which impact upon the Business Internationalisation Processes. International Trade and Investment issues, particularly the identification and management of exchange-rate related risk.

Work Based Learning
The work based learning enhances performance by the effective integration of theory and practice. In order for this to take place the following is undertaken by the student:

  • Identification of the workplace context: researching the firm, its aims, culture, policy and management structure.
  • Analysis of the commercial/industrial structure within which the firm operates in general but with specific attention to its international position.
  • Demonstration of understanding and relevance of the theoretical concepts to commercial practice in the international environment to improving firm and personal performance

Business Strategy
The first element of the module develops a conceptual understanding of business strategy through its origins as an academic and management discipline. The module then concentrates on the tools, techniques and structure of organisation. This is achieved by auditing external and internal environments, and also includes a section focused on the first stages of organisational decision making. A significant element of the module therefore examines key areas in implementing strategy; i.e. culture, stakeholders, functions; resources.

International Issues in Accounting
The module aims to introduce students to the many causes and effects of international differences in financial reporting in order to appreciate the attempts by international standard setting organisations to harmonise such differences.

A selection from the following list of issues:
The issues that have led to the introduction of international standards for accounting.
The cultural and environmental causes of differences that still exist despite the introduction of international standards.
The application of international accounting standards and the retention of national standards, and the comparison of US GAAP.
The attempts by the international standard setters and others to issue standards that harmonise these differences.
The enforcement of internal standards for accounting
Harmonisation and transition in Europe and Asia.
Global issues affecting accounting, the political and social environment, and cross boundary activities for corporations

International Human Resource Management
This module explores developing issues in international management and employment relations. It uses a range of theoretical and analytical frameworks as the basis to consider and scrutinise these developing issues. The module also explores the causative factors of these developing issues and the implications of these issues at the level of the nation, the organisation and the worker. A key theme that will be addressed throughout the module is whether internationalisation of work and employment is resulting in structural or cultural convergence between nations.

More specifically, the module will discuss issues of management and employment relations that are currently being experienced, debated or discussed.

In addition to that, please choose another module. The following modules are available: International Strategic Marketing, Ethics Sustainability theory and practice, Local/Global Interaction.

Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Business Management
 

If you choose the international business management course, the following modules are available:

International Business
The aims of the module are to facilitate a systematic understanding of the key aspects of global business, including acquisition of coherent and detailed knowledge at the forefront of defined aspects of this discipline. Global Business Environment, in particular those aspects which impact upon the Business Internationalisation Processes. International Trade and Investment issues, particularly the identification and management of exchange-rate related risk.

Work Based Learning (International)
The work based learning enhances performance by the effective integration of theory and practice. In order for this to take place the following is undertaken by the student:

  • Identification of the workplace context: researching the firm, its aims, culture, policy and management structure.
  • Analysis of the commercial/industrial structure within which the firm operates in general but with specific attention to its international position.
  • Demonstration of understanding and relevance of the theoretical concepts to commercial practice in the international environment to improving firm and personal performance

Business Strategy
The first element of the module develops a conceptual understanding of business strategy through its origins as an academic and management discipline. The module then concentrates on the tools, techniques and structure of organisation. This is achieved by auditing external and internal environments, and also includes a section focused on the first stages of organisational decision making. A significant element of the module therefore examines key areas in implementing strategy; i.e. culture, stakeholders, functions; resources.

Leadership and Management Development
The Module aims are to provide students with a range of theoretical concepts and models to enable them to critically evaluate different organisational contexts for leadership, management and development.
Content Summary:
Leadership and management characteristics and attributes
Leadership and and management in the 21st Century
Theoretical Approaches to Leadership (e.g. transactional, transformational, team, servant etc)
Leadership and management ethics and values
Approaches to leadership and management development

In addition to that, please choose another module. The following modules are available: Local Global Interaction, Employee Engagement, New Venture Management & Development, Public Relations & Reputation.

Ihre Ansprechpartnerin

Karina Schlusen
Karina Schlusen
 M.Sc.
Auslandsprogramme
+49 201 81004-379

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