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1 School of Business, Management and Economics Department of Business and Management BSc (Hons) in International Business Course Handbook 2016/ Entry Table of Contents School of Business, Management and Economics... 1 Course Handbook 2016/ Introduction... 2 Course Outline... 3 Modules and Convenors... 3 Syllabus Year Syllabus Year Syllabus Final Year... 5 Course Aims... 6 Learning Outcomes... 7 Assessment and Academic Progress... 9 Study Skills... 9 Essential Information... 9 Formal Documentation... 9 Library Assessment Criteria Exams, Essays and Reports Presentations and Posters External Examiners Transferring to a Different Course Contact Details Information in this handbook may be subject to change. This version is correct as of September 2016.

2 Introduction This handbook summarises the most important aspects of practice and procedure in the management of the department of Business and Management s Undergraduate taught courses, and is designed to provide you with: a clear outline of what you should expect in the management of your degree course; a clear indication of what is expected of you during your time in Business and Management; a convenient source of information about the mechanics of some of the more common administrative procedures used during a student s progress from admission to examination. Message from the Head of Department & Director of Studies Welcome to the University of Sussex. I hope that you will enjoy studying with us and that you will learn a lot that will be of use to you moving forward. The modules that you will be taking will be taught by nationally and internationally recognized scholars from around the world and by our network of successful local practitioners. This will enable you to learn about both the theory and practice of your chosen area of study. You should find your studies challenging at Sussex but hopefully also rewarding as they prepare you to make an impact in whatever you chose to do after you complete your degree. You will also be studying with students from different backgrounds and there is a wealth of opportunity to interact with other students on the Sussex campus. I hope that you will take the opportunity to interact with people who are different to yourself and so develop your social skills, so important in global businesses today. I wish you every success in your studies in the Department of Business and Management at the University of Sussex. Prof. Sue Newell Head of Department & Director of Studies Message from the Course Convenor Welcome to the International Business (IB) course. As an IB student you will enjoy exploring your educational journey that ensures prosperous career opportunities in the near future. The IB program is full of the challenges and opportunities that help you understand the importance of building a make-adifference mind-set. This course provides the opportunity to sharpen your knowledge of modern business with the experience of another culture. The course will also facilitate the development of your creative and strategic thinking and strengthen the ability to foster strong leadership. I hope that you take this opportunity to transform your potential value into your actual value through our innovative and excellent course and I look forward to personally welcoming you in Brighton! Dr Norifumi Kawai Course Convenor of BSc International Business 2

3 Course Outline There are two versions of the BSc (Hons) International Business Course, one of which includes a Professional Placement Year. Students on both versions study the same course, so this handbook is relevant to all. Students who take a placement will do so in Year 3, before returning to the University to study their final year in Year 4. Students on the Professional Placement version of the course should continue their placement preparation throughout the autumn. A programme of events and activities is jointly organised by the School and the Careers and Employability Centre to support students with their placement applications. Students who do not take a placement usually complete the course in three years. Your final classification is awarded according to your grand mean. The grand mean is calculated by combining stage means from the second and final year at a weighting of 40% and 60% respectively. Modules and Convenors You will normally study four modules per term. Each module carries 15 credits, therefore you will study 8 x 15 credits = 120 credits per year. Each module is organised by a Module Convenor a member of faculty who designs and delivers the module, and manages the assessments. Module material (including a handbook and lecture slides) is provided by the Convenor on Study Direct. To progress on to the second year of your studies you will need 120 credits. This usually requires you to pass all modules, but there is a provision within the University exam Regulations for compensation in two modules. Assessments are held in the teaching block in which the module is delivered for coursework, and in the assessment block following for exams. Electives are a feature of UG courses at Sussex and give students an opportunity to study modules which are outside of their subject specialism. This can give a valuable new perspective, and contribute to the inter-disciplinary flavour of UG provision at our University. The list of available electives and pathways can be found on the course website: Electives Pathways 3

4 Syllabus Year 1 The year 1 syllabus provides a broad introduction to the fundamentals of business and management, and to the basic concepts of economics, business law, accounting, marketing and human resource management, including methods and tools to develop your analytical skills. Each term you will take 3 core modules and 1 elective of your choice. Term Rule Modules Credits Core Introduction to Economics (L1028) 15 Autumn Spring Core Introduction to Business and Management (N1065) 15 Core Introduction to Business Law (N1072) 15 Elective Elective 15 Core Principles of Organisational Behaviour & Human Resource Management (N1062) Core Introduction to Marketing (N1067) 15 Core Introduction to Accounting (N1086) Elective Elective 15 Syllabus Year 2 The year 2 syllabus builds on the introduction provided in Year 1. Core International Business modules are complemented by an elective in each term. Term Rule Modules Credits Core Information Systems (N1039) 15 Autumn Core International Business Environment (N1082) 15 Core International Marketing (N1507) 15 Elective Elective 15 Core International Business Strategy (N1083) 15 Spring Core Managing Global Supply Chains (N1543) 15 Core Research Methods for International Business (N1544) 15 Elective Elective 15 4

5 Syllabus Final Year Advanced and specialist modules will be studied in the final stage of the course, taken in Year 3, or Year 4 for students on the Professional Placement version of the course. There will be a number of optional modules. Subject to your results in Year 2, you may have the chance to take the Research Project, a dissertation which is assessed by a 7500-word report. Students on this module will work closely with a supervisor to find a suitable topic and develop their research. Term Rule Modules Credits Core Global Strategy (N1545) 15 Core Comparative Business Organisations (N1546) 15 Autumn Option Entrepreneurship and Small Firms (N1020) 15 Option Managing Change (N1073) 15 Option Developing Leadership (N1076) 15 BOTH One of Major Literature Review (International Bus) (N1594) 30 these Research Project (International Business) (N1547) 30 Core International Human Resource Management (N1081) 15 Core Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics (N1574) 15 Spring Option Knowledge, Work and Organisations (N1061) 15 Option Innovation Systems (N1077) 15 Option International Financial Management (N1548) 15 Option International Entrepreneurship (N1542) 15 5

6 Course Aims The BSc International Business is aimed at undergraduate students who wish to gain a contemporary and forward-looking perspective on business and management studies. Managers need a skill-set to enable them to react to the changing world and a vision to interpret the next step for their organisation. In preparing for these challenges, these courses provide a foundation in business and management studies, alongside specialist studies in innovation and entrepreneurship key elements of modern management and areas of expertise at Sussex. In addition to a firm foundation in the theory of management, this degree will give students a comprehensive introduction in business and management drawing on the expertise of faculty not only from other departments in the School of Business, Management and Economics but also in other areas of the University and external bodies. The course seeks to: Provide students with the knowledge and skills to equip them for a career in international business Provide students with a range of skills which are relevant to international business Provide students with the skills to adapt and respond positively to change through exposure to live environments Provide a broad education in the field of international business with a range of options Provide students with an opportunity to undertake a vocationally-relevant degree in international business Develop the critical and analytic powers of the student in relation to the field of international business Enable students to apply their subject knowledge within a domestic & international business 6

7 Learning Outcomes The course provides opportunities for students to develop and demonstrate knowledge and understanding, skills and qualities in the following areas: Skills Area Learning Outcomes Problem Recognition Recognise business and management problems using appropriate academic underpinning from a selected set of management disciplines. Recognise, appreciate and describe the distinctive nature of contemporary business issues that arise from the international environment. Contextual Understanding Classify organisations in a wide range of different contexts, such as public, private and not-for-profit, and describe their interaction with the external environment. Recognise and explain different business and management models and frameworks in overcoming problems in the working environment. Problem Analysis and Problem Solving Skills Identify an appropriate range of analytical tools to address business and management problems, and report such analyses into a credible business plan or a convincing critique of a specific business development. Examine, compare and contrast assumptions and statements within problem analysis from written and verbal descriptions. Select and apply appropriate conceptual tools from a range of disciplines in the analysis and resolution of problems that arise in international business. Evaluation Skills Using visual and written media, observe and describe recent and current developments in particular organisations and industries. Evaluate the implications for business and management under conditions of significant change to bother the internal and external environment. Apply critical thinking skills to the strategies, practices and issues arising in international business. Research Skills Distinguish and synthesise research data from a variety of business and research sources. Conceptualise and synthesise ideas in a research context. 7

8 Analytical Skills (Data Collection and Analysis) Presentation and Writing Skills IT Skills Effectively apply qualitative and quantitative tools, methodologies and techniques to business and management problems, under varying conditions. Perform independent information acquisition and management using the scientific and social science literatures and data sources. Demonstrate the capability to locate, and use with discernment, data from a range of research sources appropriate to the study of international business. Draft technical reports and a dissertation (if selected) on business and management issues, to a professional standard. Effectively communicate by oral, written and visual means to a professional standard. Use IT skills effectively; to include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and basic database packages. Written and Oral Communication Skills Personal and Professional Development Skills Prepare and present seminars to a professional standard, and be able to answer questions on information presented in those seminars. Perform independent and efficient time management. Work effectively as an individual and as a member of a team. Define, assess and progressively modify their career development plans. Demonstrate life-long learning skills, such as group working, communication, planning and leadership. Decision-Making Skills Develop cultural awareness and appreciation together with a sensitivity to diversity in order to work effectively with others from different backgrounds. Deploy decision-making skills in complex and unpredictable situations. Recognise, appreciate and describe the distinctive nature of contemporary business issues that arise from the international environment. Select and apply appropriate conceptual tools from a range of disciplines in the analysis and resolution of problems that arise in international business. Apply critical thinking skills to the strategies, practices and issues arising in international business. Demonstrate the capability to locate, and use with discernment, data from a range of research sources appropriate to the study of international business. Develop cultural awareness and appreciation together with a sensitivity to diversity in order to work effectively with others from different backgrounds. 8

9 Assessment and Academic Progress Much information is available on the University website regarding how to study, how you will be assessed, and how your degree is classified and awarded. Here are some of the sites that you will find most helpful. Study Skills You are very strongly recommended to use the S3 site regularly; it contains vital information and will answer many of the questions you may have: Study Success at Sussex (S3) The following pages are particularly useful: Reading and research Assessments: essays, reports, etc. Writing well (including referencing) Revision and exams Essential Information The Student Handbook is a comprehensive guide for Sussex students. Access it here: Student Handbook It very clearly explains the services, facilities and conventions of Sussex. This is all essential information and it includes pages on assessment Formal Documentation The definitive source of information on regulatory matters associated with assessment and classification is published by the Academic Office, and is available here: Examination and Assessment Handbook for Undergraduate Students This is a version of the handbook used by Exam Board members when making progression and classification decisions. It describes the regulations in formal terms. 9

10 Library The Library has a vast collection of books to support your study. It also gives you access to over 30,000 online journals and 50,000 e-books. To help you find what you need, we have a powerful discovery tool called Library Search. It will provide you with full-text access to our journals and e-books, as well as giving you shelfmarks for our print books and DVDs, to help you to locate them in the Library. Our website will link you to Library Search, along with many other pieces of useful information: As well as Library Search, the Library also has a large number of databases and digital archives specific to Business and Management. To help you find these databases and other resources, we have listed them in our Subject Guide: The Library uses an online reading list system for your course materials. You will usually access your reading list from your Study Direct module page, but you can also search for your reading list here: We run regular workshops and training sessions to help you find and use the Library s resources, carry out effective literature searches and understand how to cite and reference your sources. We also offer online support through our InfoSuss tutorial, which takes you through searching techniques, as well as providing an easy referencing guide: Support for a wide range of skills, including Library and research skills, can be accessed via the Skills Hub. It brings together all the workshops, web resources and services at Sussex that can help you with your academic development: 10

11 Assessment Criteria Exams, Essays and Reports Markers of exams, essays and reports will refer to the following criteria when marking your work. They may also provide additional criteria specific to certain assessments. Mark % High Distinction Distinction Merit High Pass Pass Assessment Criteria A mark in this range is indicative of outstanding work. Marks in this range will be awarded for work that exhibits all the attributes of excellent work but has very substantial elements of originality and flair. For quantitative assessments, marks in this range will not be given simply for providing the right answers; in addition, the answer should provide a coherent mathematical argument. A mark in this range is indicative that the work is of an excellent standard for the current level of the degree. The work will exhibit excellent levels of knowledge and understanding comprising all the qualities of good work stated above, with additional elements of originality and flair. The work will demonstrate a range of critical reading that goes well beyond that provided on reading lists. Answers or written works will be fluently-written and include independent argument that demonstrates an awareness of the nuances and assumptions of the question or title. Written works will make excellent use of appropriate, fully referenced, detailed examples. A mark in this range is indicative of that the work is of a good to very good standard for the current level of your degree. Work of this quality shows a good level of knowledge and understanding of relevant course material. It will show evidence of reading a wide diversity of material and of being able to use ideas gleaned from this reading to support and develop arguments. Written work will exhibit good writing skills with well organized, accurate footnotes and/or a bibliography that follows the accepted style of the subject. Arguments and issues will be illustrated by reference to well documented, detailed and relevant examples. There should be clear evidence of critical engagement with the objects, issues or topics being analysed. Any quantitative work will be clearly presented, the results should be correct and any conclusions clearly and accurately expressed. A mark in this range is indicative that the work is of a satisfactory to very satisfactory standard at the current level of your degree. Work of this quality will show clear knowledge and understanding of relevant course material. It will focus on the written work title or question posed and show evidence that relevant basic works of reference have been read and understood. The work will exhibit sound written work and/or analytical skills. It will be reasonably well structured and coherently presented. Written work should exhibit satisfactory use of footnotes and/or a bibliography and in more quantitative work it should be possible to follow the logical steps leading to the answer obtained and the conclusions reached. Arguments and issues should be discussed and illustrated by reference to examples, but these may not fully documented or detailed. A mark in this range is indicative that the work is of an acceptable standard at the current the level of your degree. Work of this type will show limited knowledge and understanding of relevant course material. It will show evidence of some reading and comprehension, but the written work or answer may be weakly structured, cover only a limited range of the relevant material or have a weakly developed or incomplete argument. The work will exhibit weak written work or analytical skills. It may be poorlypresented without properly laid out footnotes and/or a bibliography, or in the case of quantitative work, it may not be possible to follow the several steps in the logic and reasoning leading to the results obtained and the conclusions reached. 11

12 35-39 Marginal fail 1-34 Fail A mark in this range is indicative that the work is below, but at the upper end is approaching, the standard required at the current level of your degree. It indicates weak work of an inadequate standard. This will be because either the work is too short, is very poorly organized, or is poorly directed at the written work title or question asked. It will show very limited knowledge or understanding of the relevant course material and display weak writing and/or analytical skills. Written work will exhibit no clear argument, may have very weak spelling and grammar, very inadequate or absent references and/or bibliography and may contain major factual errors. Quantitative work will contain significant errors and incorrect conclusions. A mark at this level is indicative that the work is far below the standard required at the current level of your degree. It indicates that the work is extremely weak and seriously inadequate. This will be because either the work is far too short, is badly jumbled and incoherent in content, or fails to address the written work title or question asked. It will show very little evidence of knowledge or understanding of the relevant course material and may exhibit very weak writing and/or analytical skills. 0 Student absent from examination or no script submitted For many assessments you may also receive more specific guidance. This typically takes the form of indicating where marks can be earned. For example in the first year Introduction to Business and Management module students are required to produce a 1,000 word essay. The marks for this are allocated in the following way: The marks for your essay will be allocated in the following way 1. Clarity, style, layout and fluency: 20 marks 2. Reading and referencing: 20 marks 3. Understanding shown of your chosen managerial process: 20 marks 4. Appropriate application of your chosen managerial process to your chosen organisation and the evidence base: 25 marks 5. Evidence of the ability to make informed critical judgement: 15 marks Please note that as in criterion 1 above we expect our students to produce work which is clearly written and which is appropriate to the required format for the set assignment in this case an essay. We expect work to be proof-read and to show good attention to the 'basics' of grammar and spelling. This is something that comes naturally to many of our students but others need to develop their style and standard of written English. 12

13 Presentations and Posters Markers of presentations and posters will refer to the following criteria when marking your work. They may also provide additional criteria specific to certain assessments. Mark % Assessment Criteria Very well prepared, confidently and clearly delivered, at a pace and in a style that suits the needs of the audience. Well-researched. Difficult or subtle points put across with conviction. Excellent use of the time available, and of visual aids and handouts. Answers to questions well fielded. Well-prepared and delivered, appropriate to audience. Good use of time and of any visual aids and handouts, with competent answers to questions. Good preparation and delivery, related to the needs of the audience. The main ideas conveyed competently. Some weaknesses in time management, or in answers to some questions, but showing a sound knowledge of the subject matter, and some level of critical thought. Adequate answers to most questions. Adequate preparation and delivery, some ideas explained competently, if perhaps briefly. Questions understood and answered, at least in part. Fair knowledge of the topic. Inadequate preparation and delivery. Some points of relevance to the topic made, but presented in a muddled or unconvincing manner. Little evidence of relevant knowledge beyond the content of the presentation. Inaccuracies in key respects. May show poor time management, poor or no use of visual aids and/or poor fielding of questions. The standards by which criteria for exams, essays, reports, presentations and posters are judged depend on the level of the module. For example, for the work to be rated as excellent a higher level of understanding is demanded from a third year student, compared with a first year student writing on the same topic. External Examiners Each of the modules that you study are quality-assured by the involvement of senior academics from other leading universities. These are our 'External Examiners' and their role is to ensure that your degree from Sussex is of a standard that is in line with those from other universities. External examiners advise us on our marking standards and on the design of our assessments. They also participate in our examination boards. Here is a list of our current team of External Examiners: BSc Accounting & Finance Dr Oliver Marnet University of Southampton BSc Business & Management Studies Dr Lynne Baldwin Brunel University BSc Business with HRM Dr Arjan Keizer Manchester Business School BSc Finance Dr Lara Cathcart Imperial College London BSc International Business Dr Jonathan Murphy Cardiff University BSc Marketing & Management Prof. Edward Shiu Bangor University Research Projects and Placements Dr Jimmy Huang University of Warwick 13

14 Transferring to a Different Course We hope that you are happy with your choice of degree and that you progress within it by successfully meeting each challenge as it comes. However, one of the advantages of studying with us is that you may be able to transfer into any of the following degree courses for your second year - Business & Management Studies; and Marketing and Management. As all students studying these degrees study the same modules in the first year, there are no barriers to this process and you can apply at the end of your first year. However, if you wish to transfer to the Accounting and Finance or Finance degree then you really need to apply during the first two weeks of the autumn term. If you have not done so by then, and decide later that you want to change, it is highly unlikely that your application will be successful as you will have missed some specialised modules. If you wish to consider transferring to a new degree, please make an appointment with your Academic Advisor to discuss the options available. Contact Details You should also keep in touch with your Academic Advisor, and contact the Student Life Centre for help with any personal issues you face. Your course convenor should be able to help you find an answer to any questions you have during your studies. Other useful contacts: Director of Studies Prof. Sue Newell (01273) Room JUB-255 Course Convenor Norifumi Kawai (01273) Room JUB-319 Business and Management Undergraduate Team Jubilee G08 Business Liaison & Placements Jubilee G09 Emily Dimer Course Coordinator (01273) James Pelling Course Coordinator (01273) Kate Thorpe Business Liaison Manager Joanna Budd Business Liaison & Placements Officer Marni McArthur Business Liaison & Placements Officer Sarah Johnson Course Coordinator (01273) Hayley Bromell Clerical Assistant (01273) René Moolenaar Academic Coordinator (Business and Management) Frank Brower Academic Coordinator (Economics) 14

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