This course offers you the opportunity to develop a particular strength in the management of international business issues, with a particular focus on aviation management. You will focus on strategic areas of international business, intercultural competencies, financial management aviation strategy and management all framed by the lens of developing patterns of world trade and the global market place. As the business world morphs to accommodate the dynamic economic environment of today, this course introduces non-specialists to a range of business functional areas so that you become knowledgeable and effective managers. You'll develop a deep understanding of organisations and their external context. You also learn how to manage yourself, and others, in a supportive and academic environment. The course focuses on developing an awareness of business operations in an international environment, the aviation strategy and management governing international business and investments, finance and cultural awareness in global contexts.
• Accounting And Finance (AAF044-6) Compulsory • Business Dissertation (MAR042-6) Compulsory • Global Aviation Business And Operations Management (TAL050-6) Compulsory • Intercultural Business Competencies (MAR038-6) Compulsory • Performance Achievement Planning (BSS072-6) Compulsory • Strategic Management (BSS050-6) Compulsory Every effort is made to ensure this information is accurate at the point of publication on the UCAS website. For the most up-to-date information, please refer to our website.
A number of different assessment methods will contribute to your development and will enhance your employability. We consider it essential that comprehensive feedback is provided in due time so it is integrated in your learning process. When group work is required, the marks given will be individual following the University of Bedfordshire's regulatory scheme. In some cases, different kinds of assessment may be used in combination, making sure however that there are no hidden tasks. The intensive character of this Course's delivery as it is outlined in its Teaching and Learning philosophy is consistent with the needs of todays world for graduates who accumulate knowledge fast and are able to express the outcome of this process in a way that is meaningful and comprehensive. After Induction, a week of intensive direct contact time followed by your own contribution through individual learning, which will take you to your first assessment point. At the end of your six-week block, your final assessment will be due. The end-of-unit examinations focus primarily on critical discussion of theory and current practice and provide the reassurance of guaranteed student authorship, and a true measure of your own ability and understanding. This will be a demanding but very rewarding experience. The overall underpinning assessment strategy on this course tests the intended learning outcomes through exposing students to a range of assessment types. The aim is to develop both knowledge and skills to support students' entry to employment as confident managers .The units on this course therefore use varied combination of types of assessments for both formative and summative purposes to enrich the learning experience. The range of assessments used for this course includes:
- Written Examination or Class Test: Questions in these exams always promote critical thinking and help you gradually develop your ability to apply, analyse, synthesize and evaluate.
- Individual Written Report or Essays: Your knowledge and skills are developed when you undertake the task of writing an individual report and the whole process contributes to your improvement when it comes to conducting postgraduate level research and developing your enterprise. The ability to perform literature informed research, to review and evaluate the relevant sources and to use an appropriate methodology in order to analyse and evaluate the relevant concepts is being assessed.
- Case Study Examination: You will apply your knowledge in the context of a specific case Oral Presentation: A number of transferable skills will be developed including the ability to present your findings in a professional, clear and concise manner.
Applicants should have a good undergraduate degree at Honours level, or equivalent. To apply for this course, a Business degree or any other degree indicating basic quantitative skills is required. Applicants from different subject areas will be considered on an individual basis according to their relevant professional experience or qualifications.
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