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o Students should at least have acquired 120 ECTS before participating in RIBA. This module is open to 3rd and 4th year business administration and management students. The students taking part in RIBA courses are presumed to have a theoretical commercial/business management background with at least some experience in project/team work
o Students participating should have the English level B1- at least B2 (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)
o Students should be able to work with Microsoft Office (Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint) and the internet (search engines and email)
o Basic knowledge of marketing
o Basic knowledge of management
o Students should be able to do research, make analyses and work on papers in teams.
o Students should be able to express their opinions while at the same time being able to listen to others
o Students should be able to contribute to discussions in English
o Students are should be able to fluently read and write English
o Students should be able to debate and argue business related issues
o Students should have modest and realistic expectations about living in other countries.
o Sensitive to cross-cultural issues
o Enthusiast, willing to learn
o Interest in recent political and European developments
o Open minded
o Flexible
o Critical, yet not arrogant
o Willing to function in a multicultural environment
o Aware of the importance of an international experience
o Interactive
o Dynamic
o Motivated and not easily giving up
o Having own opinion, while at the same time being able to listen to others and respect them.
o Participative.

Final competences
o Students will have an insight into the main institutions of the EU.
o Students will have an insight into the political processes of lobbying and networking.
o Students will be familiarized with issues of European trans-national commercial practice.
o Students will be aware of the EU competition rules.
o Students will be able to respect and integrate existing regulation in European business relationships.
o Students will understand the recent economic and political topics involving the EU.
o Students will understand the main reasons and developments concerning the enlargement of the EU.
o Students will understand how the EU works.
o Students will be aware of the difficulties that may arise in the trading business of two or more co-operating European countries.
o Students will understand the issues underpinning today’s best practices in e-commerce, customer relationships, green management, marketing, social responsibility, ethical issues, cultural diversity, management and leadership.
o The students will be aware of innovative strategies in the field as well as future trends.
o The students’ level of English will have improved by learning by doing (by actively using English in classes, group discussions, papers, assignments, …)
o The students will be prepared to live and work in a European and multicultural environment, free from the prejudices sometimes preventing a fruitful international co-operation.

o Open-minded
o Fully recognizing the importance of an international experience
o Flexible
o Real team player
o Very positive towards multicultural influences and movements
o Very independent

Overview courses and ECTS of RIBA module at Dokuz Eylül University Faculty of Business Administration

 Course ECTS
 Turkish Management Culture in a European Context  6
 Recent Developments in Marketing 6
 Organization and Management Today 6
 Developing Managerial Skills 6
 Business Ethics in Turkey and EU 6


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