Exchange Courses Spring 2023
The spring semester 2023 runs from 16 January to 4 June and is divided into four periods
- Period 1: 16 January – 16 February
- Period 2: 17 February – 22 March
- Period 3: 23 March – 27 April
- Period 4: 28 April - 4 June
Last day of application is 15 October. Applications received after the deadline will not be processed.
COURSES OFFERED AT THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS STUDIES
Undergraduate courses at the department are either offered as 15 credits in period 1-2 or as two 7,5 credit courses running parallel in period 3-4.
|2nd year||International business and Marketing from a Swedish Perspective||15 hp||2FE233|
|1-2||2nd year||Perspectives on Management and Control||15 hp||2FE232|
|1-2||3rd year||International Business and Marketing||15 hp||2FE413|
|1-2||3rd year||Management and Control||15 hp||2FE412|
|3-4||2nd year||International Business Strategy||7,5 hp||2FE234|
|3-4||2nd year||Scandinavian Leadership||7,5 hp||2FE231|
|3-4||2nd year||Business in Networks||7,5 hp||2FE228|
One track is selected for period 1-3 and another course selected for period 4. You choose an entire track or alternatively you can choose track courses in period 1-2 (first two courses of the track) together with undergraduate courses in period 3-4.
Please note that courses offered in a track or package cannot be studied separately.
|1-3||Master||International Business Track:
Corporate Strategy 7,5 hp
Managing the Multinational Corporation 7,5 hp
International Human Resource Management 7,5 hp
Markets & Marketing 7,5 hp
Service Logic in Marketing 7,5 hp
Business to Business Marketing 7,5 hp
Institutional Analysis of Organisations 7,5 hp
Consulting, Communication and Change 7,5 hp
Research Process and Academic Writing 7,5 hp
|1-3||Master||Management Control Track:
The Role and Techniques of a Controller/CFO 7,5 hp
Management Control Philosophies 7,5 hp
Leading and Controlling Organisational Change 7,5 hp
|4||Master||Leadership – Master course||7,5 hp|
COURSES IN OTHER DEPARTMENTS SPRING 2023
Be aware of the risk of overlapping schedules. For courses at the Department of Statistics the requirements are 30 credits of Statistics, except for Time Series Analysis with pre-requisite of 45 credits of Statistics (including one course in econometrics).
*Please note that the course 2NE675 Economics of Development needs to be entered manually in the course application window in MoveOn.
This course has an entry requirement of a Bachelor's degree, equivalent to a Swedish Kandidatexamen, from an internationally recognised university. The main field of study must be within the social sciences.
|Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives in Economic Geography||7,5 hp||2KU093|