The topic helps the students to explore and understand the policies of international trade policies of different nations, the working model of the international market, how to exchange services and goods between two nations, the techniques to make a product successful on a global platform and much more.
This explores the management of strategic partnerships between firms, which have surged in recent years in response to the contemporary developments.
The topic is designed to develop knowledge and skills in understanding and applying accounting standards and the theoretical framework in the preparation of financial statements of entities, including groups and how to analyse and interpret those financial statements.
The topic also focuses on equipping its students with all the knowledge and expertise of the International Marketing, International Finance, Economic Analysis, International Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Warehouse management and software related to Logistics and supply chain management.
This introduces the students in international history, political science and related disciplines to the history, concepts, policies and practices of geopolitics from the late nineteenth century to the present. The students will be exposed the Geopolitical concerns between different countries and its effects on the international trade.
This topic is theoretical and practical and it seeks at providing students with various negotiation tools and techniques in order to conduct international negotiations in the most efficient way possible within difficult conditions due to the complexity of a globalised world.
The topic looks into corporate pyramidal structures, hostile takeovers, and the failure of the market for corporate control. The topic places a good deal of emphasis into building the business case for good corporate governance practice rather than looking at it as simply as an issue for compliance with legal and regulatory frameworks.
The topic covers one of the most exciting and important areas in finance: derivatives. The main objective of this topic is to help students gain the intuition and to provide the necessary skills for pricing and hedging of derivative securities, and for using them for investment, risk management, and prediction purposes.