9 August 2019
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This course offers you a broad overview of the process of economic ‘globalisation’ and changes in international business over time. The focus is on the multinational firm set in the context of trends in the world economy. It will give you a critical, strategic and comparative perspective on the nature and scope of international business, its origins, development, and theories. You will examine these issues through case studies. Our Mile End campus is in the heart of London’s East End, close to the financial district and Canary Wharf, and we have strong links with leading multinational firms that have made London their base.
Teaching in lectures and seminars will be supplemented with a number of structured study and business skills sessions, and field trips in the city of London with current students and members of the School’s alumni community. As a student in London, you will also be able to explore the city’s unparalleled range of specialist archives and libraries, including the London School of Economics (LSE)’s social science library.
Dr Evangelous Markopoulos
This course will:
- offer you an overview of how change in the world economy affects international business and the role of multinational firms in this process
- provide you with a dynamic and internationally comparative perspective on multinational firms and the world economy
- explain and assess theoretical approaches to understanding multinational firms and their activities based on empirical case studies.
You will study one course per Queen Mary Summer School session. Each course is worth 15 Queen Mary credits.
Usually, the 15 credits we award for each three-week Queen Mary Summer School session translate to 3–4 credits in the US system and 7.5 ECTS in the European system.
Your home institution should confirm if they will grant credit for Summer School courses. Whilst we will do everything we can to support you throughout the Summer School application process, it's your responsibility to check with your home institution if you can transfer credit from the Summer School prior to arriving at Queen Mary.
GBP 1650: The Queen Mary Summer School costs: £1,650 per session.
We are offering a 10% early bird discount for those who apply before 31 March 2019.
From 31 March onwards we will offer a 10% discount to:
• Students and staff from partner institutions
• Current Queen Mary students
On campus accommodation will cost approximately £500 per session.
Additional costs and course excursions
Please note that some courses have some additional fees not included in the tuition fee. These fees are for activities and field trips that may take place away from our campus. We will give further details of these costs in due course.
Please note there is no deposit payment required for the Queen Mary Summer School.
GBP 50: There is a non-refundable application fee of £50.
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