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BMGT1IB International Business 预科assignment 代写

BMGT1IB International Business 预科assignment 代写

Foundation Studies and Diploma ProgramsSubject OutlineTrimester 01 – 2017Subject Code: BMGT1IBSubject Name: Introduction to International BusinessLa Trobe MelbourneSylvia Walton BuildingLa Trobe UniversityBundoora 3086Ph: +61 3 9479 2417Email: study@latrobemelbourne.edu.auWeb: www.latrobemelbourne.edu.auLa Trobe Melbourne CRICOS Provider Code: 03312DLa Trobe University CRICOS Provider Code: 00115MPage 2ContentsContents ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 2A Note from your Subject Co-ordinator …………………………………………………………………………………….. 3Contact Details ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 3Subject Information at a Glance ………………………………………………………………………………………………. 3Subject Description ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 4Learning and Assessment ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 4Learning Resources ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 5Assessment Tasks …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 7Academic Misconduct …………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 11Assignment Submission ………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 12Class Attendance ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 12Student Grievance Policy ………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 12Additional Support ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 13Trimester Dates ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 13Trimester Timetable ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 14Page 3A Note from your Subject Co-ordinatorWelcome to  MGT1IB. This subject outline explains the aims of the subject and describes theassessment requirements. You should always read this subject outline first and check it frequentlywhen preparing to study or embarking on assignment work. This subject is one of 5 core subjectsand 3 elective subjects in the Diploma of BusinessCore Subjects (5)LTM1AI  Academic Integrity1  BBUS1BUF  Business Foundations2  BBUS1AFB  Accounting & Finance for Business3  BBUS1BUE  Business Economics4  BBUS1BAN  Business Analytics5  BBUS1BSW  Business WritingElective Subjects (3 from)1  BACC1AMD  Accounting for Management Decisions2  BMGT1FOM  Foundations of Management3  BMKT1MDP  Marketing: Defined, Planned, Delivered4  BFIN1FOF  Fundamentals of Finance5  BTHS1THE  Introduction to Tourism, Hospitality & Events6  BMGT1IB  Introduction to International BusinessContact DetailsSubject Co-ordinator:  Mrs Tina BelokozovskiEmail:  Tina.belokozovski@learning.latrobemelbourne.edu.auTeacher:  Mr Peter MatheisEmail:  Peter.Matheis@learning.latrobemelbourne.edu.auSubject Information at a GlancePrerequisiteNoneCredit Points15Delivery mode:12 weeks x 4 hours = 48 hours.1 x 2 hour lecture1 x 2 hour tutorialStudents are expected to undertake additional hours for the completion of tutorial exercises andregular revision of work.Page 4Assessment:Your final mark and grade for this subject is determined as follows:ï‚·  Internal assessment:  50%ï‚·  Final examination:  50%Hurdle requirement:Passing this subject – In order to qualify for a ‘pass’ this subject, students must submit ALLassessment items AND achieve a MINIMUM aggregate mark of 50% for the subjectFailure to meet these required standards will result in a fail in this subject.Student Portal:https://learning.latrobemelbourne.edu.auThe portal gives you access to news, documents, timetable, results and Moodle. Moodle is aLearning Management System. You have a different Moodle site for each of your subjects. You willfind lecture and tutorial material and details of assessment. For some subjects, assessment will beonline via Moodle and may include the completion of online quizzes.Subject DescriptionThis is an introductory subject in international business, designed to provide students both with thefoundations necessary to commence and to continue their studies in international business and witha comprehensive understanding of the issues facing firms in international markets. The subjectbroadly covers all facets of international business and is divided into five main themes: 1)globalisation, 2) country differences, 3) the global trade and investment environment, 4) thestrategy and structure of international business, and 5) business operations. Students will developcultural awareness, fluency and competence, develop the capacity to evaluate the globalenvironment, and to analyse the issues in global operation with theories of international business.Learning and AssessmentLearning OutcomesAt the end of this subject, students will be able to:1  Display a working knowledge of the concepts and terminology commonly used in theinternational business discipline2  Appreciate the cultural, political and legal factors that influence international business3  Display an understanding of the influence, structure and strategies of internationalorganisations4  Demonstrate the ability to identify and critically analyse and synthesise issues of globalconcern5  Develop written and oral communication skills6  Exhibit the ability to apply theoretical concepts to real life situations.7  Demonstrate the ability to work in diverse teamsPage 5La Trobe Melbourne Transitional AttributesAll La Trobe Melbourne diploma subjects contribute to the following graduate capabilities:1. Literacy and communication skills;2. Inquiry and analytical skills;3. Personal and professional skills; and4. Discipline-specific knowledge and skills.For more detailed information please refer to the La Trobe University websitehttp://www.latrobe.edu.au/sdvc/la-trobe-framework/graduate-capabilitiesAssessment Type  When Weighting  Learning OutcomesAssessedArticle Review  Week 6  25%  1-7Group Assignment  Week 11  20%1-7Tutorial exercises Weeks 1 – 11  5%  1-7Final Examination  Week 13  50%1-6Learning ResourcesPrescribed Text:Cavusgil, S. T., Knight, G., Riesenberger, J. R., Rammal, H. G., & Freeman, S. 2015.International Business: The New Realities 2 nd Edition (Australasian edition). Frenchs Forest:Pearson.This text can be purchased from the University’s bookshop.Recommended Reading:Czinkota, M., Ronkainen, I. A., & Moffett, M. H. 2011. International Business (8th edn).Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.Peng, M. W. 2013. Global 2. Mason, OH: Cengage.Wild, J. J. & Wild, K. L. 2014 International Business: The Challenges of Globalization (7thedn.) Harlow: Pearson.Most books will be available for Loan from the La Trobe University Library Reserve orgeneral collection.Websites:Portal: https://learning.latrobemelbourne.edu.auPage 6Other Learning Resources:INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT JOURNALSInternational Business and Management JournalsYour submitted work will benefit with the inclusion of published research from reputable academicjournals.Students will need to keep up with the latest pay research in order to understand currentdevelopments in the field. Some of the most prominent international business journals containingacademic research include (but are not limited to):• International Business Review• Journal of International Business Studies• Thunderbird International Business Review• Management International Review• Journal of International Management• Asia Pacific Journal of ManagementExcellent management journal titles include:• Academy of Management Journal• Academy of Management Review• Administrative Science Quarterly• British Journal of Industrial Relations• British Journal of Management• California Management Review• Harvard Business Review• Journal of Management• Journal of Management Studies• Management Science• Organisation Science• Organisation Studies• Strategic Management Journal• The Journal of BusinessArticles from these journals – and many others – can be accessed through online databases.You will need to become a member of the State Library of Victoria to access these databases. Yourteacher will instruct on this in class.• ABI/INFORM Global (ProQuest)• ABIX (LexisNexis)• AIMMAT (Informit)• APAFT (Informit)• Business Source Complete (EBSCO)• Expanded Academic ASAP (Gale)• Factiva• Informit Business• PAIS International (OCLC)• ProQuest Business• PsycINFO 1985- (Ovid)• SAGE Journals Online• Science Direct (Elsevier)• Sociological Abstracts (CSA)• Web of Science (ISI)• Wiley Interscience JournalsWebsites: Page 7Assessment TasksOverviewArticle ReviewUp to 2000 words individual assessment.25%Group AssignmentGroup of three-to-four students. With reference to this subject’s lecture topics, selecta contemporary international business issue and consider its impact on Australia20%Tutorial ExercisesWeekly tutorial exercises to be completed in hard copy or e booklet. These will bechecked for completion and recorded by tutor on weekly basis. The aim of the weeklyexercises is to ensure students are regularly revising material covered in weeklylectures.5%Final examination – 2 hours50%Total  100%_ Assessment 1: Journal article review Due Date % SILOs AssessedIndividual assessment2000 wordsWeek 6 – Monday 3 RD of April 2017Description of TaskYou will need to complete an article review for your individual assessment. More information to beprovided in weeks one and two.You are strongly encouraged to consult guides for the completion of your review.Examples include:• Australian National University: https://academicskills.anu.edu.au/node/492• University of Adelaide:http://www.adelaide.edu.au/writingcentre/learning_guides/learningGuide_writingArticleReviewsBibliographies.pdf• University of Sydney:http://sydney.edu.au/arts/teaching_learning/documents/Article%20review%20final.pdfGrading Criteria and FeedbackSubmission DetailsA signed cover sheet must be attached to the front of your assignment.Remember: you will be expected to use Academy of Management-style referencing in all yourPage 88Group assessment2000 wordsWeek 11 – Monday 15 th of May 2017Description of TaskForm a group of three-to-four students. With reference to this subject’s lecture topics, (from the listprovided in tutorial 6) select a contemporary international business issue and consider its impact onAustralia.In the Week 7 tutorial, your team will be expected to provide the tutor with a one-page proposaloutlining:- The group’s membership;- The group’s selected topic;- The relevance of the topic to Australia;- A plan for how the assignment will be successfully completed (team responsibilities, resourcesrequired, deadlines).Submission of this proposal will allow your teacher to provide valuable feedback on its proposeddirection.Non-submission will incur a 10% penalty on the final group submission.Your team is strongly encouraged to seek out published research available in journals such as thoselisted in pages 6-7. There are some ground rules:- Seek out research published from 2009 onwards. Remember, your team is analysing current issues.- Avoid using sites such as Wikipedia or QuickMBA … their reliability is questionable.- Your team must use a variety of sources to build a compelling analysis.Grading Criteria and FeedbackTutorial ExercisesWeeklyWeeks 1 to11Tutorial exercises to be completed on hard copy or e booklet. The exercises will be checked forcompletion by your tutor during each weekly tutorial. A mark of complete or incomplete will berecorded on weekly basis. In the case of absence, students may show the work or email evidence ofcompleted questions in order to gain a mark of completion.The aim of the weekly exercises is to ensure students are regularly revising material covered inweekly lectures._ Assessment 3: Final examination Due Date % SILOs AssessedIndividual assessment2 hoursExam periodDescription of TaskYour final examination is a comprehensive assessment of your knowledge of topics taught inBMGT1IB.Grading Criteria and FeedbackThe structure of the exam and mark allocations will be explained in the final weeks of the trimester.Submission DetailsPage 9Grading SystemTo be awarded a passing grade, students must achieve a mark of at least 50.The grading system is:Grade  PercentageA  80 – 100B  70 – 79C  60 – 69D  50 – 59N (Fail)  0 – 49Special Consideration and Deferred AssessmentSpecial Consideration is a process provided for students for whom adverse and unforeseeablecircumstances may have impacted negatively on their ability to complete assessments or sit exams.A student should apply for Special Consideration if:ï‚·  He or she is unable to sit/complete an examination or other assessment due to seriousillness or other cause.ï‚·  He or she believes that his or her performance in an assessment or exam task has beenadversely affected by illness or other cause immediately prior to the due date of theassessed task.Applications for Special Consideration will be accepted on medical grounds or undercompassionate or compelling circumstances. Examples of such circumstances include:ï‚·  Serious illness or psychological condition causing a hospital admission, a seriousinjury, severe anxiety or depression;ï‚·  Distress due to the death of a family member or a family relationship breakdown;ï‚·  Hardship or trauma caused for example, by being a victim of crime or involved in anatural disaster.To apply for Special Consideration you should download the form from the Student Portal (go toStudent – Documents – Forms – Special Consideration). Make your application by filling out theform and attaching supporting documentation. The student must complete Section A, and aprofessional practitioner must complete Section B where necessary. Additional documentation forother sources, such as the Student Counsellor, may be provided as required. When complete sendyour form to specialconsideration@latrobemelbourne.edu.auIn the case of class tests and assessments, the application should be made directly to your teacherwithin 72 hours of the due date/test. You should also contact your teacher as soon as possible tonotify them of your intention to apply. If a student wishes the application be treated in confidence,make an appointment can be made with the student counsellor. They will then make arecommendation to the relevant teacher/unit.Page 10

BMGT1IB International Business 预科assignment 代写In the case of exams, the application should be made through the Special Consideration email within72 hours of the exam time. Special Consideration applications for exams are reviewed by theAcademic Review Committee.Please refer to policies on our website: www.latrobemelbourne.edu.au/policiesPage 11Academic MisconductPlagiarism and collusion are academic offences. They are forms of cheating and severe penalties areassociated with them. If a student is caught plagiarising they may be failed in that piece ofassessment.Plagiarism occurs when a student passes off as their own another student’s work, or copies withoutacknowledgment of its authorship, the work of any other person.Collusion occurs when a student obtains the agreement of another person for a fraudulent purposewith the intent of obtaining an advantage in submitting an assignment or other work.Whenever you refer to another person’s research or ideas (whether directly quoting or byparaphrasing them) you MUST acknowledge the source. Also, copying paragraphs from web pagesand presenting them as your own work is plagiarism. If you download and copy paragraphs from aweb page, you must identify the source.La Trobe Melbourne will provide plagiarism detection software to assist both staff and students withthe identification of instances where work intended for submission or actually submitted isinappropriately copied from another source either in whole or in part.Refer to La Trobe University’s website for information on plagiarism and acknowledging sourcematerial: http://www.latrobe.edu.au/students/academic-integrityExamination MisconductThis may take various forms, for example:ï‚·  Bringing into an examination forbidden material (notes) or gaining access to such materialduring an examination (e.g. by communication via mobile phone with another person,planting material in a toilet, speaking or using hand gestures to communicate with others,etc).ï‚·  Copying from an adjacent student in a formal examination.ï‚·  Gaining knowledge of or revealing content of an examination in a circumstance in which astudent has taken the examination earlier or later than the scheduled time.Any form of misconduct in an exam will be treated as a serious offence and students will face severepenalties. Where the intent of the student is to cheat they will receive zero marks for their exam.Should an examination invigilator suspect a student of engaging in examination misconduct, theyshall normally allow the student to complete the examination. They will complete an incident report,attach any relevant evidence, and submit it to the Academic Director within 72 hours of the date ofthe exam. The Academic Director will notify the student of the alleged misconduct in writing viaemail and give the student an opportunity to submit their case. The student shall then be notified ofthe outcome in writing via email. Please note, some exams are open book. If you see somebodyusing notes, this is not an invitation for you to also take out notes. If an exam is an open book exam,it will be clearly stated on the front page.Page 12Assignment SubmissionAssignments must be submitted by the due date. Students must complete the Assignment CoverSheet available from the portal and attach it to their assignment.Check with your teacher for submission guidelines. Assignments may be asked to be submitted viathe portal or handed to your teacher in class. Assignments are not accepted at reception.Students must keep a copy of each assignment submitted and must be able to produce the copy inthe unlikely event that the original assignment is misplaced. Students must maintain backup copiesof all their assignment work. Electronic loss of data is possible, but is not a satisfactory excuse for anextension of a submission date.Late SubmissionExtension for medical reasons:If your work is late for medical reasons, you will need a medical certificate to cover you from thetime the assignment was due until the time it is submitted. The medical certificate must accompanyan application for special consideration.An extension of assignment submission for circumstances in the time leading up to the due datemust be applied for in writing to your teacher at least 48 hours prior to the due date.Penalties for late submission:Assignments received late and without prior approval will be penalised. A penalty of 5% of theavailable marks will be deducted every working day the assignment is late. Assignments receivedafter five working days, and without an approved extension, will receive 0%Class AttendanceAttendance is an important element of a student’s success in their studies and it is stronglyrecommended that attendance is maintained in all classes. All work covered in class is examinable.Poor attendance can lead to failure to progress academically. Failing to progress may result inexclusion from study, and for international students, this may lead to cancellation of a student visa.Attendance will be recorded in all sessions and Foundation Studies students need to be aware that ifthey fail to meet satisfactory attendance requirements, as set out by DIBP, they may be breachingtheir visa requirements.For any given trimester, the expected attendance requirement is that all domestic and internationalstudents attend a minimum of 80 per cent of classes over the trimester.Students are expected to attend the full duration of each class. However, students will be marked aspresent for a late arrival within the first hour of each scheduled class. Thereafter, students will bemarked as absent.Please refer to policies on our website: www.latrobemelbourne.edu.au/policy-and-proceduresStudent Grievance PolicyThe Student Grievance policy has been developed to ensure all current and prospective students ofLa Trobe Melbourne are given access to a fair complaints resolution and appeals process.Please refer to policies on our website: www.latrobemelbourne.edu.au/policy-and-proceduresPage 13Additional SupportAcademic Skills Advisor: Colin Thomson colin.thomson@latrobemelbourne.edu.auFor help with essay and report writing, referencing, oral presentation skills, study skillsStudent Counsellor: Stephen Manteit Stephen.manteit@latrobemelbourne.edu.auFor help with any personal issue which is affecting your studyMaths and Stats: To be advertised on the portal.For help with any subject that involves numeracy and statistics, starting in week 4.Trimester DatesWeek 1  27 th FebruaryWeek 2  6 th MarchWeek 3  13 th MarchWeek 4  20 th MarchWeek 5  27 th MarchWeek 6  3rd AprilWeek 7  10 th AprilTrimester Break  13 th – 19 th AprilWeek 8  24 th AprilWeek 9  1 st MayWeek 10  8 th MayWeek 11  15 th MayWeek 12  22 nd MayExams29 th May – 2 nd June Diploma5 th – 9 th June Foundation StudiesResults Released 15 th JunePage 14Trimester TimetableLecture ScheduleWeek  Topic  Resources  Assessment1  Introduction  Ch.12  Globalising markets  Ch.23  Participants in Globalisation  Ch.3 4  Cross cultural communication  Ch.4 5  Responsible Business  Ch.5 6  Political & Legal systems  Ch. 7  Article Review due7  Economic Integration  Ch.9 8  Emerging markets  Ch.10 9  Strategy Ch.12 10  Exporting  Ch.14 11  Managing people in global firms  Ch.19Group Assignmentdue12  Examination Briefing / revision 13  Final ExaminationBMGT1IB International Business 预科assignment 代写

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