Period for course registration in Ladok: 15 August - 28 August.
|Course and application code|
|Study period and pace|
This course is a half-time course given between weeks 35-44
|Questions about registration and admission|
This course will critically examine advanced concepts and theories of emerging market management through lectures and practical application. You will be doing assessment tasks wherein you apply your knowledge to a real-life context. Thus, this course allows you to have the knowledge, understanding, competence, skills, and judgment required to operate in EM countries setting effectively. This is a half-time course with a weight of 7.5 European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) points. The course runs between week 35 (29 August) and week 44 (6 November), 2022.
The grading of the course is based on five assessment tasks:
1. Warm-up seminar – hybrid (individual and team) assignment
2. Country report – team assignment
3. Reflection paper – individual assignment
4. Home examination – individual assignment
Note: Detailed information about these tasks is available in the Course Guidelines.
Scientific articles: To be announced about 200 pages
Textbooks: Abraha, D., & Hyder, A. S.(Eds). (2021). Transformation of Strategic Alliances in Emerging Markets: Volume I. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
Communication and Teaching Approach
FEA270 Emerging Markets is a Campus course. All communication and information dissemination will be done through Canvas, the university’s web-based learning management system. Thus, you are expected to be registered and familiarized with our course Canvas ideally, even before the first meeting.
The course employs a blended learning style of education. This means that WE blend online and digital learning components with in-class activities. It means that you will have diverse learning activities throughout the course. The course will be delivered in English, including oral presentations, discussions, and written materials.
I am looking forward to meeting you during the Course Introduction on 1 September at 09:00 in room 31.329.
The course is given by the Faculty of Education and Business.
Registration for exams, including re-takes, is mandatory. You can register for exams via Ladok. You need to register at least ten days before the exam date. If you didn't register in time, you can not take your exam. No exceptions are made from this rule, we do not accept registrations when the deadline is passed.
If you are a distance study student and want to take your exam off-campus, you need to apply to do so at least three weeks prior to the exam date.
You need to apply for accommodation yourself. Please remember to do it in good time before your arrival. The University of Gävle does not provide any student accommodation.
As a student at the University of Gävle you have the opportunity to install Microsoft Office on up to five computers. The Office package includes Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook and Onenote.
The library is located in the middle of campus and is open to everybody. You can reach all digital resources such as e-books and e-journals after logging in with your user account.
At the Student Centre you will meet knowledgeable staff that can assist you in just about anything regarding your studies at the University of Gävle. The Student Centre is located in building 22. You will also find a café in this area and TV displays showing current information and the daily timetabling. If you have any study-related questions, you can contact the Student Centre at email@example.com
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