24 July 2019
International Business and Emerging Markets
Master's level course by LUT University.
The main topics of the course:
- Emerging economies in the global context.
- The role of governments and legal structures in emerging markets.
- Global strategies in and from emerging markets.
- Emerging market multinationals.
- Role and Impact of MNEs in emerging markets.
- Critical issues and futures trends of international business in emerging markets.
Contact person of the LUT Summer School: Mrs. Veronika Kojo, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Final year Bachelor's and Master's students of business administration from all over the world.
The aims of the course are:
• To introduce students to the opportunities and challenges of conducting business in emerging economies.
• To explore, analyse and discuss the uniqueness in the socio-political, economic and business environments of emerging markets.
• To introduce and discuss the competitiveness and patterns of internationalisation of emerging markets multinationals,
including theoretical and empirical academic publications, as well as presentation of company case studies.
EUR 895: For students from partner universities: 3–4 weeks: tuition EUR 895 + accommodation EUR 500; 2 weeks: tuition EUR 695 + accommodation EUR 400.
EUR 995: For students from non-partner universities: 3–4 weeks: tuition EUR 995 + accommodation EUR 500; for 2 weeks: tuition EUR 795 + accommodation EUR 400.