Want to learn how to do business in a developing country?
International Business & Development provides a multi stakeholder learning arena on establishing new business in upcoming economies.
In a multidisciplinary team with students from other programs you work on a company assignment, supported by lectures and literature. The real-life project focusses on the development of new activities based on an innovative agrifood concept in a developing country. You look at business aspects, the work of NGO’s and government, their mission, vision and policies, the building of smallholder cooperatives and the influence of physical aspects such as infrastructure, IT and technology.
Investigate the international world of NGO’s, their vision and impact.
This minor is part of the ERDI-project, a co-funded prestigious European project about bioeconomy. The project aimed at boosting local bio economy suffering from an increasing lack of skilled employees and creative business models. Joining this minor will therefore enhance your chances of a challenging (international) job within the sector. For more information: www.erdiproject.eu