Course ObjectiveThe International Consulting Project aims to deepen students’ ability
to analyze and provide solutions to practical international management
problems by applying IM theories and concepts (for instance, identifying
a potential foreign market for a company and the appropriate entry mode
into that market). This course is primarily focused on the following
- Knowledge of theory and methods, and solving complex problems:
use an evidence-based approach to solve complex business problems of
companies doing business across borders by drawing on IM theory.
- Professional social skills: communicate both in writing and orally to
various audiences the solutions proposed for the IM practical problem.
Course ContentIn the International Consulting Project students need to work in groups
to advise a company on an international management problem. For
instance, students can develop an international expansion strategy in
which they advise a company to which foreign country to expand, what
type of entry mode to use, and the initial implementation steps. The
course requires students to do extensive research to develop a solution
grounded in facts about the company, industry, and foreign countries
involved. Furthermore, students need to present their advice to various
audiences in different formats.
Method of AssessmentAssignment
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||School of Business and Economics|
|Course Coordinator||dr. R.O. Mihalache|
|Examiner||dr. R.O. Mihalache|
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