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Raising business awareness between the EU and Africa PDF Print E-mail

This course is part of the training Bachelor in Business Management.

ECTS
4 credit points

Course level
Introductory or advanced
Good knowledge of micro- and macroeconomics
students are able to do research, make analyses and work on papers, assignments independently
students are able to work in team
students are generally able to adapt to foreign cultures
students are able to contribute to discussions in English
students are able to fluently read and write English
students are willing to learn German and give the African culture a chance
enthusiast, willing to learn
open minded
flexible
critical, yet not arrogant
eager to function in a multicultural environment
longing for international experience
willing to give and receive feedback; able to cope with negative feedback
stress resistant
dynamic
motivated and not easily giving up
having an own opinion, while at the same time being able to listen to others

Course prerequisites (start competences)
At least student in the second year

Course description & goals (final competences)

In recent times, there have been much discussion about Africa’s poverty and stagnation. It is widely acknowledged that poverty and economic stagnation in Africa is the greatest tragedy of the twenty-first century. This has led to a number of reports to be published, suggesting policies to tackle Africa’s twin problems (Millennium Report 05, Commission for Africa Report 05 Sachs 05).
It is argued that forty years ago, Africa was richer than Asia, and the Continent of Asia was the poorest continent yet, it is now the fastest growing economy and poverty has been reduced in many countries in Asia. Even though Africa is blessed with most mineral resources, such as oil, gold, diamonds and other high value natural resources. .So what might have gone wrong in Africa? Many explanations have been offered for Africa’s poor performance in terms of poverty reduction and economic growth
In this course, students will learn about what Africa and the world community can do to change the situation. The goal is to impart to students the skills and knowledge needed to understand Public debate on Africa’s relationship with EU and the rest of the world ,and to able to apply the knowledge acquired here to solve the problems of Africa and poor developing countries.


 
 
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