Doing Business in the Nordic Countries (2 op)
Toteutuksen tunnus: LT00BD70-3010
01.05.2021 - 30.09.2021
27.09.2021 - 22.12.2021
SeAMK Liiketoiminta ja kulttuuri
- Bachelor of Business Administration, DP in International Business
- Gateway to International Business
- Cory Isaacs
IB20Tradenomi (AMK), International Business
IGWIB21FGateway to International Business
Students will know the ways of conducting business in the Nordic countries. Students will understand the unique challenges of creating a successful market entry plan into the region. Students will be aware of the Nordic countries economies, cultures and political systems.
- The Nordic model
- Industries and trade
Andreasson, Claes, and Steve Strid. 2008. The Viking Manifesto: The Scandinavian approach to business and blasphemy. London. Marshall Cavendish.
Lewis, Richard D. 2004. Finland, Cultural Lone Wolf. London. Nicholas Brealey Publishing.
Material handed out by the teacher
-Lectures and Guided Practice
- Guest lecturer/speaker
- Web studies
Opiskelijan ajankäyttö ja kuormitus
- 2 credits = 54 hours
- 54 hours of combined lectures, guided practice and independent study
- Students are free to decide on their own/within their groups how to use the assigned independent study hours in regards to completing the presentation and course tasks.
Arviointikriteerit, tyydyttävä (1)
The exam and classroom performance are of a passable level in terms of knowledge, skills and their further professional application.
Arviointikriteerit, hyvä (3)
The exam and classroom performance are at a good level in terms of knowledge, skills and their further professional application. The student demonstrates an emerging ability for autonomous professional development in the field of study.
Arviointikriteerit, kiitettävä (5)
The exam and classroom performance are at an excellent level in terms of knowledge, skills and their further application. The student is clearly capable of autonomous professional development and the application of his/her knowledge and skills in the field of study.