Courses and exams

At ISUP you have the possibility to choose from more than 50 exciting courses ranging from classic business courses to more diverse, innovative and entrepreneurial courses, all taught in English. Below you can find the course catalogue, the course timetable, exam schedules and other course and exam related information.

 

Courses

PLEASE NOTE: Teaching schedules for 2018 will be announced by end December 2017 - start January 2018

Class format

  • Each course will be taught 2 X 2.5 hours per week
  • Classes will be taught either on Mondays & Wednesdays or Tuesdays & Thursdays plus one extra session on the second and third Friday of the Programme
  • The first day of teaching will be 26 June or 27 June 2018
  • The last day of teaching will be 25 July or 26 July 2018
  • Exam period:
    • Home assignments/mini projects: 26/27 June - 30 July 2018. Please note that exam will start on the first teaching day and will run in parallel with the course.
    • 4 hour written exams: 31 July - 3 August 2018

Please note: You cannot follow courses that take place at the same time - exams will most likely also be held at the same time. It is therefore very important that you check the teaching schedule before selecting courses. Also note that all home assignments/mini projects (running in parallel with the course) will take place simultaneously. That means your exam submissions must be handed in on the same day and time.

ISUP courses and classrooms will be available in students CBS Calendar on calendar.cbs.dk.

Bachelor level courses 2018

Course code and title Course areas covered for graduate admission at cbs STATUS
BHAAI1009U Principles of Financial Accounting Accounting or Business Administration  
BHAAI1072U Undergraduate Managerial Accounting Accounting or Business Administration  
BHAAI1011U Undergraduate Financial Modeling Finance or Business Administration  
BHAAI1013U Undergraduate International Financial Management and Hedging Finance or Business Administration  
BHAAI1028U Undergraduate Corporate Finance Finance or Business Administration  
BHAAI1066U Principles of Investment Finance Finance or Business Administration  
BHAAI1020U Organizational Communication and Reputation Management - Theory and Practice General Communication or Communication
NB: The course may cover 2½ ECTS-points in Internal Communication and 5 ECTS-points in External Communication
 
BHAAI1034U The Persuasive Power of External Communication in Shaping Business Fates and Fortunes External Communication or General Communication or Communication  
BHAAI1057U Persuasion and Marketing Communication: Theory and Practice External Communication or General Communication or Communication  
BHAAI1003U Undergraduate Consumer Behavior and Customer Analysis Marketing or Business Administration  
BHAAI1015U Introduction to Marketing Marketing or Business Administration  
BHAAI1070U Consumer Behaviour and Social Marketing Marketing or Business Administration
NB: The course may cover a maximum of 5 ECTS-points in Marketing
 
BHAAI1022U Principles of Macroeconomics Macroeconomics or Economics or Business Administration  
BHAAI1023U Principles of Microeconomics – a Business Perspective Microeconomics or Economics or Business Administration  
BHAAI1068U Microeconomics – Principles and Applications Microeconomics or Business Administration  
BHAAI1041U Organisational Behaviour and Organisational Analysis Organisation or Business Administration  
BHAAI1071U Change Management and The Values-Driven Organization Organisation or Business Administration  
BHAAI1001U Basic Statistics for Business and Economics Quantitative Methods/Statistics or Social Science Methodology or Business Administration  
BHAAI1069U Applied Statistical Analysis for Business and Economics Quantitative Methods/Statistics or Social Science Methodology or Business Administration  
BHAAI1014U International Marketing Managment: Strategic Thinking for Managing and Marketing in a Global Economy Strategy or Business Administration  
BHAAI1064U Managing Strategically in a Globalised World Strategy or Business Administration  
Graduate level courses 2018

Course code and title MAIN COURSE AREAS STATUS
CCMVI2070U Graduate Managerial Accounting Accounting, Management  
CCMVI2008U Financial Statement Analysis Accounting, Finance  
CCMVI2017U Graduate Financial Modeling Finance  
CCMVI2041U Graduate Corporate Finance Finance  
CCMVI2067U Investments: Financial Markets, Options and Derivatives Finance  
CCMVI2045U Impact Investing and Finance Finance, Corporate Governance, CSR and Sustainability  
CCMVI2051U Marketing Logistics and Retail Supply Chains Supply Chain Management and Logistics, Marketing  
CCMVI2056U Advanced Logistics and Supply Chain Concepts Supply Chain Management and Logistics  
CCMVI2043U China in the Global Economy Globalization and International Business, Economics  
CCMVI2062U IT Management for the Digital Economy Information Technology, Strategy  
CCMVI2066U Knowledge Management in Organizations and Social Networks Information Technology, Organization, Innovation  
CCMVI2058U Strategic Decision-Making and Risk-Management Strategy, Business Psychology, Management  
CCMVI2059U Strategic Management - Competitive Strategy Strategy, Managerial Economics  
CCMVI2060U Strategic Leadership: A Psychological Perspective Strategy, Business Psychology, Project and Change Management  
CCMVI2001U Advanced International Financial Management and Hedging Management, Finance, Strategy  
CCMVI2044U Managing Non-Profits - Learning from Principles and Practices Management, Service Management, CSR and Sustainability  
CCMVI2065U Leading Innovative Organizations Management, Organization  
CCMVI2047U Project Management - Lean and Strategic Project and Change Management, Globalization and International Business, Corporate Governance  
CCMVI2048U Organization: Team Dynamics in Multinational Corporations Organization, Management, Communication  
CCMVI2038U Psychology of Decision Making - We are not irrational, are we? Business Psychology, Management, Customer Behaviour  
CCMVI2014U Graduate Consumer Behaviour Customer Behaviour, Marketing, Business Psychology  
CCMVI2049U Integrated Marketing Communications Marketing, Communication, Customer Behaviour  
CCMVI2061U Financial Communication Communication  
CCMVI2013U Social Entrepreneurship, Sustainable Business Practices and Development Economics: an Integrated Framework CSR and Sustainability, International Political Economy, Globalization and International Business  
CCMVI2032U Business and Society: Beyond Compliance toward Sustainability, Innovation and Social Impact CSR and Sustainability  
CCMVI2055U Behavioural Public Policy for Sustainable Development CSR and Sustainability, Economics, Political Science  
CCMVI2069U Sustainable Low-Carbon Transitions: Governance, Business and Social Innovations CSR and Sustainability, Globalization and International Business, Innovation  
CCMVI2054U Entrepreneurial Business Planning and Development Entrepreneurship  
CCMVI2057U Internationalization of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Entrepreneurship, Globalization and International Business  
CCMVI2063U Business Innovation and Science Innovation, Entrepreneurship  

Special Course

Please note that the below course is not a regular ISUP course, and will run at a different time than the regular ISUP courses.

COURSE CODE AND TITLE MAIN COURSE AREAS STATUS
CCBLI3001U The Dynamics of Innovation, an Immersed Experience Innovation, Entrepreneurship  

COURSE DATES:

  • The course starts on 11 June 2018 and ends on 5 July 2018
  • The exam is a home assignment/mini project beginning on the first day of teaching and is due on 12 July 2018 (12 noon)
  • This course includes a trip to India from 18 June 2018 to 1 July 2018 (self-funded)

Disclaimer
Please note, if you apply for this course you will not be able to apply for any other ISUP 2018 courses, since there is an overlap between this and the other courses offered during ISUP 2018.

Furthermore, please note that you will need to find accommodation on you own, both in Copenhagen and in India, as well as pay for your air travel to and from India. It is also your own responsibility to make sure that you have a visa for your stay in India (visa for Denmark follows the same procedure as for all other ISUP courses).

For further questions, please contact the course instructor.

Course withdrawal

Students can withdraw from courses depending on the student category.

  • CBS Elective Students can withdraw no later than on 10 April 2018 through the Online Student Service. After deadline please contact your Study Board
  • CBS Mandatory Students must get a dispensation from their Study Board
  • Nominated Exchange Students must have a standard workload of two courses equivalent to 15 ECTS. Any deviation from the standard workload must be agreed upon in advance with your home university and the ISUP secretariat
  • Credit Transfer Students, Non-European Freemovers and Open University Students can withdraw by writing to summer@cbs.dk before 1 June 2018. Please note, that reimbursement of tuition fee after this date is only possible if you have been rejected to a graduate programme at CBS, or the completion of the courses is not listed as a condition for your acceptance to a graduate programme at CBS. CBS Admissions will send out letters mid-June 2018. Deadline for forwarding the letter to summer@cbs.dk is 26 June 2018. You will get a refund in August 2018

Preliminary assignment and feedback activity

All courses include a Preliminary Assignment, which will be available to students on CBS LEARN from 4 June 2018 and is due in class 1.

  • Objective: To provide students with an incentive to start learning about the subject matter of the course before the start of the classes with a formalized activity that will ‘jump-­start’ their learning, thereby assisting them to get maximum value from the course
  • Content: These assignments should focus on introductory material on the subject of the course (i.e. text chapters, journal papers, video clips, etc.) with the aim of preparing for a specified task, scheduled for class 1 (first week of classes). The work required from students should equate to 4‐5 hours of preparation
  • Structure: These assignments can be structured in various ways. For example, quizzes, short written reports, or presentations with a few PowerPoint slides. They are aimed at providing students with practice in doing assignments and are not assessed with Pass/Fail (i.e. no retry option will be given)
  • Schedule: All materials will be uploaded on CBS LEARN (learning platform) one month before the programme start
  • Impact: There will be no direct impact on the final course grade, but preparing the assignment should help students to have a higher level of learning right from the start of the course with the consequence that they may be able to obtain a higher grade in the final examination

Feedback Activity

A Feedback Activity, defined by the course instructor, will take place approx. half-way through the course. The Feedback Activity will have no direct impact on the final course grade.

For home assignments/mini projects; please note that this will also be the deadline for handing in your research question (problem formulation) to your instructor, for approval. Please read more about this under the exam section.

Course literature

Pre-course readings

All courses include Preliminary Assignments that will be announced on CBS LEARN (learning platform) 3 weeks before the programme start and will cover reading and reflecting on several background articles, journal papers, video clips etc. that will form the basis of short presentations, problem analyses or self-graded quizzes in class 1. During the programme it will be very difficult to catch up if you fall behind on the readings.

Reading lists

Primary (must-have) and secondary (nice-to-have) books will be updated in the individual course descriptions in the course catalouge. Additional material (cases and articles) and links will be posted on CBS LEARN by the instructor.

Will I have full access to the library and its facilities?

ISUP students will be given access to the library facilities, as well as to all electronic journals that CBS subscribes to.

Do I need to buy literature and text books for all my courses?

Even though a copy of the required literature for each course will be available at the CBS library we cannot guarantee that it will always be available to you, since you will be sharing this resource with many other students. Therefore, we advise students to buy the required text(s) and use the CBS Library for supplementary reading. Please note sharing of textbooks during an exam is strictly prohibited.

Where and when can I buy the literature for my courses?

The CBS bookstore Academic Books will carry required books for ISUP courses. Information about literature will be available under “Reading lists” if you choose “CBS-Copenhagen Business School” and then “Summer University” one month before the programme start. Books will be on sale one month before the programme start. Academic Books ship orders abroad, please find further information on their webpage under Customer service.

Different version and editions

Textbooks written by the same author often exist in different versions and editions, and even though they have the same title, they might vary in content. At ISUP, we encourage our faculty members to use the European version where applicable, but since many of our faculty members come from the US, Canada and Australia other versions might be used. For that reason we cannot guarantee that Academic Books at CBS will be able to provide all ISUP textbooks.

CBS LEARN (learning platform)

What is CBS LEARN?

  • Students find course information, preliminary assignments, additional material etc.
  • Students post messages and communicate with their instructor and fellow students

How do I get access?

After you have been admitted to the programme, the ISUP Secretariat will send your CBS username and password, which is needed for logging in. You should receive this  by mid/end-May at the latest.

Link to CBS LEARN: learn.cbs.dk

ECTS credits and class attendance

Each ISUP course is worth 7.5 ECTS credits, and two courses are equal to 15 ECTS, or half a semester's full course load at CBS.

The workload in ISUP is 206 student work hours per course, this includes participating in classes, course reading, group work and exams/written projects. A large portion of the learning process in ISUP courses are outside of class, so students should be prepared to spend plenty of time reading before ISUP as well as during the programme.

At Danish universities class attendance is not mandatory. However, ISUP is a very intensive programme, and we expect that all students attend and actively participate in all classes.

Read more about the Academic experience and the Dansih grading scale and how it is to be a student at CBS on CBS student life

 

Exams

PLEASE NOTE: Exam schedules for 2018 will be announced by end December 2017 - start January 2018

Exam periods

Ordinary exam: 26/27 June – 30 July 2018 (home assignments/mini projects) and 31 July – 3 August (4 hour written sit-in exams)*
All students must apply for a dispensation to withdraw from the ordinary exam. CBS Elective Students and CBS Mandatory Students must contact their Study Board, and other students must contact the ISUP Secretariat

Retake exam: 14 September – 18 October 2018 (home assignments/mini projects) and 1 – 5 October 2018 (4 hour written sit-in exams)
All students, inclusive CBS Elective Students and CBS Mandatory Students, can de-register from the retake no later than 7 September 2018 by writing an e-mail to the ISUP Secretariat

3rd exam attempt: 9 November – 13 December 2018 (home assignments/mini projects for all exams)
All students can de-register from the 3rd attempt no later than 29 October 2018 by writing to the ISUP Secretariat

* For the course CCBLI3001U The Dynamics of Innovation, an Immersed Experience, please check the course catalogue.

Types of exams

At ISUP there are two types of exams:

4-hour written sit-in exams

  • All 4-hour written exams will be held between 31 July and 3 August 2018 (ordinary exams)
  • All 4-hour written exams will be held at the CBS Examination Hall. The exact rooms will not be announced, students will be directed to the respective exam rooms by the invigilators
  • There are 3 types of 4-hour written sit-in exams:
    • Closed book - no aids allowed
    • Limited aids
    • Open book - all written and electronic aids, including internet access is allowed

Check the course description in the course catalogue for detailed information about the 3 different types of written sit-in exams

Home assignments/mini projects (Max 15 pages)*

  • All home assignments/mini projects will start on the first day of teaching and will run in parallel with the course (meaning that all home assignments/mini projects run simultaneously). The project is due on 30 July 2018 no later than 12:00 noon (ordinary exams)
  • All home assignments/mini projects are based upon a research question (problem formulation) formulated by the students individually, and must be handed in to the course instructor for his/her approval no later than 12 July 2018
  • The instructor must approve the research question (problem formulation) no later than 17 July 2018. The approval is a feedback to the student about the instructor's assessment of the problem's relevance and the possibilities of producing a good report
  • All home assignments/mini projects have to be submitted through Digital Exam (e-submission system), and can be done from any computer (Please note that the home assignment/mini project is an individual assignment and cannot be submitted in groups)
  • If you experience technical challenges in uploading your project, please contact the IT-support / +45 3815 3575 or the ISUP Secretariat immediately
  • NB!: It is not possible to hand in home assignments/mini projects to the International Office, the ISUP Secretariat or Student Hub!

* For the course CCBLI3001U The Dynamics of Innovation, an Immersed Experience, please check the course catalogue.

Check the course descriptions in the course catalogue for further information on the exam type for your course.

If you need your exam assignments and answers, please log on to Digital Exam and save these documents while you still have a valid CBS email address (your CBS email address will be valid 3 month after your last exam)

Exam attempts and registration
EXAM ATTEMPTS

ISUP courses are season courses and you have 3 possibilities to take the exam: ordinary, re-take and 3rd attempt. The last possibility to take your exam at ISUP, and thereby the last chance to pass the course, is between 9 November - 13 December 2018, regardless of whether you failed to pass, you did not show up, or you have withdrawn due to illness on your previous exam attempts.

The exam attempts are as follows:

  • Ordinary exam: 26/27 June – 30 July 2018 (home assignments/mini projects) and 31 July – 3 August 2018 (4 hour written sit-in exams)*
    All students must apply for a dispensation to withdraw from the ordinary exam. CBS Elective Students and CBS Mandatory Students must contact their Study Board, and other students must contact the ISUP Secretariat
  • Retake exam: 14 September – 18 October 2018 (home assignments/mini projects) and 1 – 5 October 2018 (4 hour written sit-in exams)
    All students, inclusive CBS Elective Students and CBS Mandatory Students, can de-register from the retake no later than 7 September 2018 by writing an e-mail to the ISUP Secretariat
  • 3rd exam attempt: 9 November – 13 December (home assignments/mini projects for all exams)
    All students can de-register from the 3rd attempt no later than 29 October 2018 by writing to the ISUP Secretariat

* For the course CCBLI3001U The Dynamics of Innovation, an Immersed Experience, please check the course catalogue.

EXAM REGISTRATION

You will automatically be registered for all exam attempts in the courses you are registered for. If you do not pass an exam, you will automatically be registered for the next exam attempt, regardless of whether you fail to pass, you do not show up, or you withdraw due to illness.

If a doctor’s certificate is handed in no later than 8 days after the exam, the ISUP office will look into whether the requirements in CBS’ rules regarding illness at exams allow for the exam not to count as an attempt; see 4.00 Rules regarding illness in relation to exams at CBS (bachelor and master’s (candidatus) programmes).

Fee-paying students will only be registered for the 3rd exam attempt if they pay an extra fee of DKK 2,000 per course (price for 2018 to be updated). Deadline for paying is 29 October 2018.

Please note that the fee cannot be refunded since exam assignments are ordered as soon as the fee is paid. You should therefore not pay the fee before you are absolutely sure that you need to attend the 3rd exam attempt. Please also note that there is a very short deadline between grades being announced from the retake exams to the deadline for paying the fee for attending the 3rd attempt.

RE-TAKE EXAM RULES

  • All retake exam formats are the same as for the ordinary exam. However, the format for the 3rd exam attempt will be a home assignment/mini project (Max 15 pages)
  • Aids for the first retake exams are the same as for the ordinary exams
  • All 4-hour retake exams are held at CBS Examination Hall
  • For home assignments/mini projects students will be given an assignment to be written at home, which is different from the ordinary exam assignment

Grading and Transcripts

Grades for all ISUP courses are based 100% on the final exam. You can see your grades on the Online Student Service no later than 4 weeks after your exam.

The 7-point grading scale

This Danish grading scale is used throughout the education system in Denmark, including university programmes. The grading scale is compatible with the European ECTS grading scale and your performance is assessed according to the extent that you have met the specific academic goals set for your specific course. Read more about the 7-point grading scale.

Transcripts

Your transcript will confirm the courses taken and grades received. In order to get a transcript you must pass the exam. If you do not take the exams you will not be able to receive any documentation for your participation in the programme.

CBS students taking ISUP courses as elective courses will not receive a transcript/certificate for ISUP. Your grades will appear on the Online Student Service as well as on your final degree transcript.

Nominated exchange students will have their transcripts sent directly to their home universities. All other students will have their transcripts sent directly to their home postal addresses. Should you need an official copy of your transcript to be sent to your home university, please send your request as well as an address and contact person of your home university to summer@cbs.dk.

Official transcripts for ordinary exams will be sent in October 2018.
Official transcripts for retake exams will be sent in November 2018.
Official transcripts for 3rd exam attempt will be sent in January 2019.

Exam guidelines, dispensation and complaints

All information about exam guidelines, allowed aids, dispensation rules and exam complaints can be found at my.cbs.dk

  • Information on exam guidelines can be found under: "My studies" > "Exams" > "Exam preparation"
  • General information about allowed exams aids can be found under: “My studies” > “Exams” > “Exam preparation” > “Exam aids”
    For the allowed exam aids for your specific course, check the course catalogue
  • Information about dispensations for prolonged time and/or taking exams abroad can be found under: "My studies" > "Exams" > "Special needs at exams"
  • Information about exam complaints can be found under: "My studies" > "Exams" > "Exam complaints and appeals"

Previous courses

Below you can find courses previously offered at ISUP

Bachelor level courses 2017

Course code and title

Course areas covered for graduate admission at cbs

STATUS

BHAAI1009U Principles of Financial Accounting

Accounting or BA*

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1017U Principles of Management Accounting

Accounting or BA*

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1055U Managerial Accounting

Accounting or BA*

Cancelled

BHAAI1061U International Business

BA*

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1065U IT Project Management

BA*

Cancelled

BHAAI1051U Management of the Creative Industries

Creative Industries or BA*

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1034U The Persuasive Power of external Communication in Shaping Business Fates and Fortunes

External Communication or General Communication or Media, Communication and Design

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1057U Persuasion and Marketing Communication: Theory and Practice

External Communication or General Communication or Media, Communication and Design

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1011U Undergraduate Financial Modeling

Finance or BA*

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1028U Undergraduate Corporate Finance

Finance or BA*

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1062U Corporate Finance and Company Valuation

Finance or BA*

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1066U Principles of Investment Finance

Finance or BA*

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1067U Undergraduate International Finance

Finance or BA*

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1020U Organizational Communication and Reputation Management - Theory and Practice

General Communication or Media, Communication and Design.

NB: The course may cover 2½ ECTS-points in Internal Communication and 5 ECTS-points in External

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1022U Principles of Macroeconomics

Macroeconomics or BA*

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1063U Managerial Economics

Managerial Economics or Economics or BA*.

NB: The course may cover 5 ECTS-points in Microeconomics.

Cancelled

BHAAI1003U Undergraduate Consumer Behavior  and Customer Analysis

Marketing or BA *

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1015U Introduction to Marketing

Marketing or BA *

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1023U Principles of Microeconomics – a business perspective

Microeconomics or BA*

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1024U Principles of Microeconomics – a policy perspective

Microeconomics or BA*

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1041U Organisational Behaviour and Organisational Analysis

Organisation or BA*

Duplicate course.

Morning slot (group A)  closed for further enrolment

Evening slot (group B) Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1001U Basic Statistics for Business and Economics

Quantitative Methods/Statistics or Social Science Methodology or BA*

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1059U Business Anthropology and Organizational Ethnography

Social Science Methodology or BA*.

NB: Relevant during the selection process for the MSc in Business, Language and Culture

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1060U Business Research

Social Science Methodology or BA*.

NB: Relevant during the selection process for the MSc in Business, Language and Culture

Cancelled

BHAAI1014U International Marketing Managment: Strategic Thinking for Managing and Marketing in a Global Economy

Strategy or BA*

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1064U Managing Strategically in a Globalised World

Strategy or BA*

Closed for further enrolment

BHAAI1054U IT Risk Management and Governance

Information Technology/IT

Closed for further enrolment

* BA is an abbreviation of Business Administration (the same as "generel erhvervsøkonomi" in Danish)

Graduate level courses 2017

Course code and title

main Course areas

STATUS

CCMVI2008U Financial Statement Analysis

Accounting, Management; Strategy

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2025U Cost Analysis for Decision Making

Accounting, Strategy

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2039U Managerial Accounting

Accounting, Management; Strategy

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2038U Psychology of Decision Making - We are not irrational, are we?

Business psychology, Management; Strategy

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2013U Social Entrepreneurship, Sustainable Business Practices and Development Economics: an integrated framework

CSR and Sustainability, Entrepreneurship; Economics

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2032U Business and Society: Beyond Compliance toward Sustainability, Innovation and Social Impact

CSR and sustainability, Intercultural studies

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2042U Behavioural Economics in Sustainability Policy

CSR and sustainability, Management; political leadership and public management

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2017U Graduate Financial Modeling

Finance

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2041U Graduate Corporate Finance

Finance

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2045U Impact Investing and Finance

Finance

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2046U Graduate International Finance

Finance

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2043U China in the Global Economy

Globalization and international business

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2044U Managing Non-Profits - Learning from Principles and Practices

Management, Political leadership and public management

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2047U Project Management - Lean and Strategic

Management

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2014U Graduate Consumer Behaviour

Marketing

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2049U Integrated Marketing Communications

Marketing

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2048U Organization: Team dynamics in Multinational Corporations

Organization, Intercultural Studies; Globalization and international business

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2029U Applied Statistical Analysis for Business and Economics

Statistics and quantitative methods, Management; Economics

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2050U Logistics and Supply Chain Concepts

Supply Chain Management and Logistics

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2051U Marketing Logistics and Retail Supply Chains

Supply Chain Management and Logistics

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2052U International Corporate Strategy

Strategy, Globalization and international business

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2053U Strategic Management - Competitive Strategy

Strategy, Managerial economics

Closed for further enrolment

CCMVI2054U Entrepreneurial Business Planning and Development

Entrepreneurship, Innovation

Closed for further enrolment

 

Looking for courses offered before the above, please check the archive in the CBS course catalogue (select the academic year you attended ISUP and search by title or course code).

 

The page was last edited by: ISUP Secretariat // 12/11/2017