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RIBA APPROACH OF DOKUZ EYLUL UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF BUSINESS
ORGANIZATION AND FOCUS OF THE RIBA MODULE

“SOUL AND BODY”

Raising International Business Awareness (RIBA) programme/module organized by Dokuz Eylül University (Faculty of Business) Izmir, Turkey in the odd number semesters (beginning third week of September and ending last week of January) has the following rationale and characteristics.
o The module consists of 5 courses and papers.
o In total, 30 ECTS are offered.
o The module is open to domestic and foreign students
o The module is open to 3rd and 4th year students of Business and Management. Students should have acquired 120 ECTS before participating in RIBA. A general background in Introduction to Management, Business and Marketing will be useful.
o The model is offered in the first semester of each academic year. For Dokuz Eylül University it usually starts at the end of September and ends in the fourth week of January).
o Because instruction is in English, students must have good working language skill. English level must be B-1 or at least B-2 (Common European Framework for Reference for Languages). Students must also be competent in working with WORD, ACCESS, EXCEL, POWERPOINT and INTERNET applications.

Riba Approach Of Dokuz Eylul University, Faculty Of Business

o In our view, Business and Management education requires half arts and half science. Thus, our programme is designed to provide both soul (arts+soft) and body (science+hard) aspects of management. Courses like Turkish Management Culture and Business Ethics compose the soft (soul) aspects, however Marketing, Business Cases and EU relations constitute the hard (body) aspects. 
o Furthermore, we have not only emphasized on “Soul and Body”, but also included the international context just to meet the demands of RIBA programme. Therefore, basic difference of this curriculum from any faculty of business is that it is a lot more internationally (especially European) oriented and designed to meet the needs of incoming students needs, i.e. a comparative understanding of theories and indigenous applications of several nations. Thus, although some of the names of the courses may resemble each other, due to the very nature of the subjects, the contents are substantially different.
o The aim is to improve the sensitivity and understanding of both international and Turkish students concerning the different business philosophies and practices which in turn may, hopefully, contribute to their future relations.

If you would like to participate in RIBA, you should have already acquired some start competences (i.e. the knowledge, skills, attitudes you need BEFORE you enter the RIBA module) and you will acquire final competences (i.e. knowledge, skills, attitudes AFTER having finished the RIBA module). Below you can find these competences in detail:



 
 
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