Business and Societal Governance / International Exposure I - Brussels Week (SBUEK_185)
To provide students with knowledge of international business and community interaction management, and to provide students with international experience in a study visit to business, research and public administration institutions in Brussels.
Macroeconomics. Business communication and ethics. Business English. Civil and environmental defence.
The student knows the classification of business and corporate governance models and their development, as well as the latest trends.
Knowledge of current issues in international business and start-up entrepreneurship economics and management in the European Union and worldwide.
The student is able to identify trends of change in economics and business.
Is able to formulate information in writing and verbally in accurate manner and reasoned discussions on general and specialized aspects of international business and start-up entrepreneurship.
Awareness and application skills of intercultural relations.
Student is able to prepare and operate outside the usual work environment and culture (outside the comfort zone).
Study course planning
|Study programme||Study semester||Program level||Study course category||Lecturers||Schedule|
|International Business and Start-up Entrepreneurship, IBSE||3||Bachelor’s||Required||Romāns Putāns|