- MBA‐IB Difference
- Academic Experience
- Student Life
- International Exchanges
- Event Information
Effective interpersonal skills are essential in both personal and professional environments. This class will examine the fundamentals of effective communication in cross-cultural environments. In this highly interactive class, we will engage in activities which will encourage individuals and teams to utilize critical thinking, problem solving, and negotiation skills. We will also discuss cross-cultural communication/sensitivity topics. This class will move away from the traditional textbooks and lectures by leveraging the individual’s knowledge and experiences to effectively contribute to the team and navigate through the activities in this course.
The goal of this class is to help students feel comfortable with English written communication in a business setting. Students will be able to generate written documents with suitable vocabulary, tone and phrases. Furthermore, the English in this course will be for international business, so students urged to write with a global mindset, instead of merely translating their thoughts from their native language.
The main aim of this seminar is to learn and practice the case-study method in-depth. This seminar is limited to a maximum of 4 four-student teams (16 students total), and priority is given to M2 students on a first-come first-serve basis.
The main aim of this course is to gain experience in attending an international academic conference.
The main aim of this course is to gain experience in participating in an international academic conference and presenting one's own accepted research.
The European Commission defined CSR as “the responsibility of enterprises for the impacts on society.” Corporate Social Responsibility stresses on both creating shared value (CSV) and a commitment to the triple bottom line (3BL) approach. In this course, students will be given an introduction to the concept of CSR and sustainable business. Various areas of CSR across the supply chain will be explored covering both social and environmental impacts as well as the employee and stakeholder perspectives. The class will be conducted using a mixed method of case studies and lectures.
The MBA-IB Speaker series aims to provide students with the opportunity to learn practical, real world issues and challenges as well as strategies from various industry leaders. Students are provided with a platform to discuss and share with the different speakers, developing not only their knowledge base but their soft skills at the same time as well. This course also aims to help build networks between students and the industries. The speaker series session also focuses on bringing in speakers from various industries as well as job scope. This will help enhance the learning and industry exposure for the MBA-IB students.