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Programme Structure - Diplomacy

Semester Module
1 Management and Business Context 1
1 English 1
1 Information and Communication Technology
1 Legal Environment for Managers
1 Business Ethics
1 Academic Skills 1
1 Decision Making Skills
2 Management and Business Context 2
2 English 2
2 Finance for Managers
2 General Orientation Option
2 Management Information Systems
2 Academic Skills 2
3 Language and Culture 1
3 General Orientation Option
3 Marketing
3 Career Development Skills
3 Human Resource Management
3 Option 1
4 Language and Culture 2
4 Organisational Behaviour
4 Project Management
4 Management Skills
4 Quantitative Methods for Managers
4 Option 2
5 Business Policy and Strategy
5 Operations Management
5 Entrepreneurship
5 Option 3
5 Option 4
5 Option 5
6 Final Semester Option
6 Academic Writing Project

Contents of Module groups

Option 1

  • Foreign Policy and Diplomacy

Option 2

  • Theories of International Relations

Options 3-4-5 (choose any 3 modules from the following 5)

  • Global Political Economy
  • EU Institutions and Policies
  • International Public Law
  • Diplomatic Protocol
  • International Negotiations

Common for all specialisations

Final Semester Option (choose 1 from the following 3 modules)

  • Sustainability, CSR and Current Management Issues
  • Work Placement
  • Study Abroad Semester

Language and Culture 1 (choose 1 from the following 4 modules)

  • Introduction to Arabic Culture and Language
  • Introduction to Chinese Culture and Language
  • Introduction to Japanese Culture and Language
  • Introduction to Turkish Culture and Language

Language and Culture 2 (choose 1 from the following 4 modules)

  • Introduction to Russian Culture and Language
  • Introduction to French Culture and Language
  • Introduction to German Culture and Language
  • Introduction to Spanish Culture and Language

General Orientation Option (choose 2 from the following 7 modules)

  • Introduction to Visual Culture
  • Introduction to World Business History
  • Introduction to Political Science
  • History of Financial Markets
  • Digital Creativity
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • World of Tourism