Clearing 2021
MA Public Opinion and Political Behaviour
BSc International Business and Finance options

Year 2, Component 07

Option(s) from list
BE211-5-AU
Managing Innovation
(15 CREDITS)

Explore the relationship between the innovation process and the use and management of technology, together with its links to the development of business strategy, dynamic interactions with innovation networks, learning processes and government support for innovation.

BE220-5-SP
Strategic Entrepreneurship
(15 CREDITS)

This module equips you with the analytical and strategic skills needed to start and grow a successful business. We use case studies and practical examples to introduce the strategic issues and challenges affecting different stages of the business cycle. You learn how to create a value proposition and competitive advantage in complex entrepreneurial environments. You work both individually and in groups to discuss the different strategies for achieving business development and growth. Topics include entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial capabilities, resources, developing business models and building entrepreneurial culture by providing strategic direction to organisations.

BE221-5-AU
Introduction to Tourism Management
(15 CREDITS)

This module introduces key tourism concepts and examines the socio-cultural, economic, political and environmental context in which the industry operates. You explore the importance of tourism to the local, regional and global economy and gain an understanding of the industry’s challenges and opportunities. We introduce supply-side and demand-side tourism, destination management and sustainability issues. You examine the different roles of the tourist and host, including the impact of cultural change upon societies, and address the complexity of customer satisfaction.

BE222-5-SP
Internationalisation of the Services Sector
(15 CREDITS)

This module explores how tourism products and services are distributed across the world. It looks at how the internet is transforming the ways in which new products are brought to market, including the emergence of new travel and tourism players, such as Airbnb. You explore the impacts of political, social and economic changes upon industry. Example topics include: international visitor flow, the global aviation and cruise industries, the internationalism of tourism labour markets, the sharing economy and space tourism.

BE417-5-AU
Organisational Behaviour and Management
(15 CREDITS)

To be an effective manager or leader, you need to understand organisational behaviour. This module provides awareness of the organisational factors and management processes influencing the behaviour and performance of people at work. You explore different perspectives on organisational processes, covering topics such as group development and teamwork, leadership, change management, organisational culture and development interventions.

BE424-5-AU
Principles of Operations and Supply Chain Management
(15 CREDITS)
BE514-5-AU
Business-To-Business Marketing
(15 CREDITS)

Discover the importance of studying and understanding buyer behaviour in the business to business market, and distinguish the marketing strategy, planning and implementation for the same from buyer behaviour in consumer markets. You build an awareness of multiple stakeholder groups in business markets and the notion of managing networks, alliances and partnerships across the diverse stakeholder groups.

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