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This programme is geared at enhancing working executives' careers. The SEMP is an encapsulated Senior Management Programme for the High Performance Managers and Directors who work in critical roles and need an intensive course to cover the key areas that drive success and profit in business today.
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This course offers an opportunity for Delegates to learn to deal with International Business challenges and develop new approaches to international cooperation in the Business domain, taking important legal issues into account. Related issues are:
It is an opportunity to develop expertise in solving problems and dealing with issues that arise in International Business Activities where International Business Strategy meets Political, Legal and Ethical demands.
About the Special Executive Masters Programme
The MSBM Special Executive Masters Programme is short certificate modules designed for anyone who would benefit from more in-depth business knowledge delivered in a short and intensive programme. This programme is suitable for successful professionals or specialist in the private, public or non-profit making sectors that have new management responsibilities and need to quickly expand their management knowledge.
The (SEMP) programme serves as a refresher course for those who have had their Masters a long time ago and need a quick reminder or as an academic update while it serves as a crash programme for those very experienced professionals who never made time out for their masters yet they require the academic and practical relevance of this masters’ experience. It is a good programme for individuals who are newly promoted to the managerial post, the program enables them to acclimatise to the new position as well as help them intake the right decisions.
The objective of this course is to enable students to answer some crucial questions regarding international business and commerce, which includes, but are not limited to the following:
During the training, the delegates will see evidence to suggest that there is no such thing as the "uniform law of contract" that governs an entire commercial contract from start to finish.
Therefore, the students will consider "International Business Law" as a fragmented network of laws, with different laws governing each part of the transaction. Having this fundamental understanding will allow students to start grasping this complex subject matter with a bit more ease.
At the of the course end, the goal is for the students to be able to demonstrate a basic level of competence and knowledge for matters related to international business law.
Who should attend?
This course is suitable for those with little or no formal training in International Business Law yet would be required to understand the fundamentals of the International Business Law as it may directly impact their work.
It will particularly benefit:
Our aim will NOT be to simply cram as much information as possible, but to select the essential concepts, to go over them in some depth, and to instill sufficient knowledge for the students to be able to apply these concepts in a practical manner. While the students may not become absolute experts of IBL at the end of this course, the students will possess enough foundational understanding of the subject matter, which will equip them with the ability to build further atop this foundation on their own.
With this in mind, this course will cover the following:
Introduction to Legal Writing Skills
Law of Business Organizations: Partnerships
Law of Business Organizations: Agency
Introduction to International Law & International Trade
Introduction to WTO
Conflict of Law in Business & Commerce
Carriage of Goods by Land, Sea and Air
Alternative Dispute Resolution
International Commercial Arbitration
International Sale of Goods: Vienna Convention 1980
International Money Laundry Regulation