Business and economics are basically concerned with the management of scarce resources. The field deals with the conceptual ideas that are built from thorough research and is mainly concerned with translating those concepts into pragmatic business and professional contexts. Economical theories and empirical techniques fundamentally revolve around human decision making, hence have many direct applications in business, finance, along with non-monetary fields. As such, business programmes benefit from economical theories and deals with the ways to manage people so to organize and maintain collective productivity toward accomplishing particular goals (usually to generate revenue).
Programmes in business and economics provide students with theoretical and practical knowledge of various business, economics, finance, management, accounting and marketing subjects. In addition, awareness of the moral and ethical responsibilities of management is covered during studies as an increasingly important issue. Many programmes adopt a holistic approach to business challenges and issues, along with conventional discipline-based academic subjects. Studying business and economics allows students to develop individual leadership and personal capabilities. Students are provided an intellectual environment where they can improve their critical and innovative thinking capabilities.
Joint UOC-Institut Municipal de Mercats de Barcelona (IMMB) 12-credit specialist subject forming also part of the Master's in "Food, Culture and Territory" that takes an in-depth look into local markets as commercial agents with a cultural basis and a clear impact on regional development and food security.
The joint UOC-FAO Postgraduate Diploma in Food Security Programme Management is taught by an international team with extensive field experience. With this training, students will understand food security and be better prepared to undertake and support food security work in their communities.
This program has been designed for management executives who need to acquire targeted skills, in particular specialists who want to broaden their knowledge of Human Resource Management.
Conflicts are everyday occurrences in people's lives, social groups and international relations. In all historic times, in all cultures, groups and countries, the quest for peace has been ongoing. Costs incurred because of conflicts are very high: human suffering, economic losses and moral degradation.
The University of Kent’s Brussels School of International Studies is a specialist postgraduate centre, which offers English language-based degrees covering the spectrum of international affairs. Our strong links with Brussels-based organisations greatly enhance the teaching on our programmes and short courses and students benefit from many opportunities for research, internships and future employment by studying in the capital of Europe.
The University specialization courses with a duration of 4 months, allow to broaden the perspective of business reality under study, and pursue the goal to internalize new ways of leading, inspiring thoughts about oneself.
New Venture Creation and Entrepreneurship - This course examines the economic, social and ecological aspects of new ventures using a sustainable entrepreneurship approach.
A Business Studies A Level shows you are serious about starting a career in business. Whether you're aiming for a high-flying corporate role or your own successful small enterprise, the A Level Business Studies course is the place to start. Do you have a head for business? What's involved in starting an enterprise? How can you make a strategy for success? As the business world becomes more and more competitive employers are looking for people who understand the principles of business and can show commitment to a business career.
In deze master class krijgt u inzicht in kernconcepten en -tools om strategische analyses uit te voeren en strategische beslissingen te nemen. U kunt hiermee een belangrijke bijdrage leveren aan de positionering van uw organisatie.
This course equips professionals with the knowledge and skills to advance social inclusion through a human rights framework. Through a combination of classroom hours and site visits, participants will gain an understanding of the manifestations of social exclusion within their own communities and how international human rights norms, standards and principles provide a framework for advancing inclusion. The course will prepare them to better create, implement, monitor and evaluate inclusive programmes and projects.
This course develops your strategic thinking and management skills. Learn how to identify threats and opportunities within organisations and across industries., and develop coherent strategies. You will also develop the mind-set to help organisations achieve growth and a sustainable competitive advantage.
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