Finland, Lappeenranta

International Business and Emerging Markets

when 22 July 2019 - 24 July 2019
language English
duration 1 week
credits 2 EC
fee EUR 895

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.

Course leader

Contact person of the LUT Summer School: Mrs. Veronika Kojo, summerschool@lut.fi.

Target group

Final year Bachelor's and Master's students of business administration from all over the world.

Course aim

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.

Fee info

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.

Scholarships

No