Students of School of Management and Commerce visited University of the West of England




Students of School of Management and Commerce visited University of the West of England

15-26 July 2019
K.R. Mangalam University

Fifteen students of 2018 MBA batch attended the two-week Business Summer School at the UWE Bristol’s Frenchay Campus from 15-26 July, 2019. The course programme incorporated lectures in international business context; sustainability and the global environment; innovation and enterprise; cross-cultural management; management of expatriation; strategic decision-making in global firms; international human resource management in multinational firms; and global marketing management. K R Mangalam University collaborated with University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol, in order to provide its business students an opportunity to develop expertise and competencies associated with international business and cross-cultural management.

The programme also included UK Culture classes and cultural visits in the South of England including Bristol, Bath, Gloucester, Oxford and London. The multi-cultural exposure helped the students to learn skills in problem solving, team work, presentations and cross-cultural communication, in addition to developing expertise in international business development.

Fifteen students of 2018 MBA batch attended the two-week Business Summer School at the UWE Bristol’s Frenchay Campus from 15-26 July, 2019. The course programme incorporated lectures in international business context; sustainability and the global environment; innovation and enterprise; cross-cultural management; management of expatriation; strategic decision-making in global firms; international human resource management in multinational firms; and global marketing management. K R Mangalam University collaborated with University of the West of England (UWE), Bristol, in order to provide its business students an opportunity to develop expertise and competencies associated with international business and cross-cultural management.

The programme also included UK Culture classes and cultural visits in the South of England including Bristol, Bath, Gloucester, Oxford and London. The multi-cultural exposure helped the students to learn skills in problem solving, team work, presentations and cross-cultural communication, in addition to developing expertise in international business development.