The Financial and Business Management program trains experts to work for companies and other public and private companies, either internally or as external consultants. Sc. + This course aims to provide students with theoretical and practical training to develop their personal skills to conduct negotiations in a multicultural environment. The course will explore leadership and communication approaches for effective negotiation management and highlight the role of innovation in achieving inclusive and positive outcomes. Students will have the opportunity to explore the meaning and practice of negotiation management. During the course, they will examine theory, analyze strategies, participate in practical exercises, and become familiar with the language, thinking, and practice of negotiation in the multicultural environment in which we live, learn, and work. By studying the impact of the relationships between their cultural narratives and those of others, the student will discover innovative ways, techniques and strategies to conduct negotiation processes in multicultural environments. This highly case-based synthesis course will allow students to integrate and consolidate previous findings and explore in depth the real issues of policy, competitive advantage and trade barriers. regional and global strategy; the challenges and benefits of international and cross-cultural operations and management; and the main ways in which international trade is currently evolving, taking into account the impact on future business graduates. This course introduces students to the art and craft of multimedia storytelling for strategic corporate communication in the for-profit sector. It provides basic insights and analytics on how storytelling has evolved in the digital landscape and forces communicators to rethink the concepts of audience, engagement, use of trusted sources, and dynamic updating. In this context, students will participate in practical multimedia projects created from start to finish.
Depending on the concept, content and objectives of each project, different techniques are explored and used for content management and creative presentations. A key challenge for strategic communication – disseminating, highlighting stories in today`s sea of content – is integrated into decision-making and production from the start. Students who want to work in the world of business should consider studying business administration. This academic program will help students develop skills in the areas of employee management, money management, marketing, leadership, and business ethics. This course trains students in the best practices of effective corporate communication in written and oral form. Real-world international business issues and cases serve as a backdrop for classroom work, helping to educate students about the different needs of different audiences around the world. This course focuses on the contextual and contingent nature of contemporary professional life and general social activities in the context of commercial enterprises. Highly skilled people who build and use information and communication technologies can increasingly create new markets or adopt existing ones by redefining the rules.
The course aims to provide students with an understanding of how to use appropriate analytical tools to make decisions regarding emerging business challenges and opportunities. review a number of contemporary business cases; understand the most important theories regarding innovation, information systems and new business models; Develop critical thinking in the field of business innovation through information systems and learn how to do in-depth research on a topic and develop a particular understanding of a particular industry and/or business phenomenon. Business Administration courses provide students with a solid understanding of business fundamentals, management principles, and interpersonal skills needed to succeed in the business world. Most courses include advanced terms in mathematics, marketing, statistics, business law, accounting or international trade. You will also get to know elements of micro and macroeconomics and learn how to manage quantitative methods. Critical thinking, awareness of social factors in business, and good communication are essential skills that you will develop during your business studies. This course addresses the management issues of founders, owners, managers and investors in startups. Acquisitions, location, organizational control, labour relations, finance, taxes and other topics of interest to corporate governance are analyzed. The course is designed to familiarize students with the political, economic and innovation systems of the People`s Republic of China and their philosophical and cultural elements relevant to international business, international marketing and international management disciplines.
The course is also expected to cover the people`s republic of China`s major globalization and soft power initiatives that are currently reshaping the international business environment. The objective of this course is to introduce students to the fundamentals of international trade, including political, economic and social systems and barriers affecting international trade and investment, key aspects of global and regional economic integration models, and the global monetary system. The course covers in-depth market entry strategies and international organizational structures, reviews the key functions of international trade, and highlights current internationalization issues.