The modules on this programme will be delivered by means of formal lectures, group workshops, seminars and blended self-study learning. Access to electronic resources including core e-texts that will be made available for most of the modules.
In addition to summative assessments, which will take the form of essays, reports and open/closed book examinations depending on the module, there will also be regular on-going formative assessments, designed to enhance and support student learning and engagement with the content of each module.
Students will follow 5 core 20 credit modules and also choose other 20 credit module from the available options. All students will also complete a 60 credit International Business Research Project.
All students have an access to Andrew Kean Learning Centre resources, including library and electronic databases, dedicated team work spaces, lecture theatres, seminar rooms and Enterprise Centre facilities.
Field trips are important part of learning experience – you may explore various sectors of the UK economy – from international giants like Google and ASDA/Walmart to Yorkshire craft beer and food manufacturers.
A variety of assessment methods is used, matched to the learning outcomes for the programme, to enable students to demonstrate the full range of knowledge and skills that they have developed. On most programmes there is scope for students to be involved in negotiating and evaluating some assessment.