Please note this module descriptor is indicative of the structure of this course and may be subject to change.
Students travel to an international destination which has been prepared, by arrangement, to accommodate the needs of the module's learning outcomes through a mixture of activities which promote both academic and personal development. Such activities might include formal University/College seminars, industrial /commercial visits, social/cultural events, interaction with foreign students and staff and individual reflection. The balance of these activities may vary by destination but the emphasis will always be on purposeful student engagement within a learning environment.
Students are required to attend a number of meetings and workshops on a national culture, and that cultureâ€™s business management and business etiquette. Students are also expected to visit locations arranged by the host
A student passing this module should be able to:
Communicate effectively in writing for assignments and orally through group discussions, presentations and visits. (PLO 6)
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