Title Internationalization Consulting
Project Number A/04/B/F/PP-158.110
Product Internationalization Consulting Curriculum
Title Internationalization Consulting Curriculum
Product Type program or curricula
Curriculum for Internationlization Consulting on a blended learning basis dedicated to SME's and consulting. The modular curriculum is supported through self study and e-content.
The training programme aims at providing the necessary knowledges, skills and abilities to internal (employees of SMEs) and external (management consultants) consultants for succesfully working with SMEs in internationalization processes.
Representatives of public Institutions
- Overview about modules, timeframes and embedding of E-learning
- Descriptions of Modules
- Descriptions of Courses
- Teaching Methods
- Modes of Examination
Module 1: International Market Entry
- Internationale Strategies of Market Entry
- International Entrepreneurship
Module 2: Business English
- Business English for int. Managers
- Successful presentations
- Succsessful negotiations
Module 3: Int. Projectmanagement
- Funding and financing of int. activities
- Accounting in int. Corporations
- Steering and controlling in international business
Modul 4: Intercultural Management
- Intercultural competence development
- Intercultural Aspects in Business
- Interkultural Communication
Module 5: Essentials of Internationalization Consulting
- Int. Contracting Law
- Management consulting in international environments
- Systemic Consulting
FH JOANNEUM GmbH
Attn.: Mag. Thomas Schmalzer, Bakk.
Department of International Management
Eggenberger Allee 11
Area of application
Basics in Business Administration
Basics in Management Consulting
Based on the results of the survey at minimum the transportability of the curriculum to all countries participating in the survey can be noted. (AT, IT, HU, FR, PL)
Since the curriculum was designed with the clear goal of having an internationally comparable product in terms of character and usability based on results from the prestudy as well as the survey which has therefore significant chances for European transferability.
First Test results from Rome, Budapest and Graz with participants from different nationalities confirm this fact.
Additionally the international mix of participants over the two presence blocks in geographically different locations is an integral element of the curriculum.
English as teaching language and the international trainer team are supporting factors in this respect.
The curriculum will be made available after adaptation activities have been concluded.