About the course

Course content

On completion of the course the students will have developed knowledge about entrepreneurial business in global environment. The focus of the course will be on some driving forces for internationalisation, like international business strategies and organisation of international activities.

Business companies are not bound to the domestic market any more. The competition is letting companies become global to be able to evolve, local has become global. It has become of paramount importance to understand different international markets condition to be able to formulate a suitable market strategy that fits the company and the market in global completion. Today, core competence is very important, especially for Small and medium-sized enterprises (SME´s) need to collaborate with other companies to be able to compete on the international market arena. Entrepreneurial thinking has become very important as SME\`s enter international markets. It can be said that there are some important aspects that future companies need to take into consideration if they want to survive on the a market that could be characterized as much more competitive than before; to know what it means to be an entrepreneurial company; how to formulate international strategy; how to be international entrepreneur, and how to be creative in different aspects.

Syllabus and course literature

You can find a list of literature in the syllabus, along with other details about the course.

Entry requirements and selection

Entry requirements

General entry requirements for university studies.

Selection

Upper secondary grades 40%, University credits completed 20%, Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test (SweSAT) 40%

Course literature

Course evaluation

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