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EHE-Intro Introduction to Ethics Education

Introduction week 

Welcome to the introductory course on Ethics in Higher Education Study Programme offered by Globethics.net Academy, in collaboration with SBI Training Solutions (Singapore).

The programme is designed to train higher education professionals around the world in various aspects of organisational ethics.

This course is a joint effort of a number of institutions from different countries which are part of the Globethics.net network. Organised in eight topical modules with the participation of world-class professors on Applied Ethics, we aim to provide you with a global view on ethical issues in Higher Education. 
After this course, you will be able to recognise, understand and address ethical issues on personal, institutional and professional levels.

Before you start the first week, we invite you to take a close look at the course syllabus, familiarise yourself with the learning platform and provide a first entry to the introductory discussion forum

ENG_HEG.MGT.005 English for Module Corporate Finance

Course Objectives

The objectives of this module is to learn the English vocabulary to get a better understanding of the basic principles of the finance function within a corporation, as described in the learn outcomes of the HEG MBA course  on Corporate Finance syllabus. 

Expected Outcome / Learning

At the end of the course, students will master the English vocabulary related to the following:

  • Finance function within a corporation
  • Tools for decision-making
  • Work of the treasury functions
  • Key financial decisions in investment, financing, and distribution
  • Risk assessment needs and methods
  • Capital-Asset-Pricing Model
  • Return on investment evaluations
  • Long and short-term financial planning
  • Debt and cash management
  • Mergers and acquisitions

Prerequisites

Students must be familiar with the material covered in Accounting and Capital Markets, including pro-forma statements and CAPM.

Required Textbook

David Hillier, Stephen Ross, Randolph Westerfield, Jeffrey Jaffe,  Corporate Finance: European Edition, McGrawHill, ISBN: 9780077121150, 2010

http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0077121155/information_center_view0/

ENG for HEG.MGT.001_3 English_Research Methodology & Writing Skills copy 3

Course Objectives

Students can sign up for this course to get the English level required to follow an MBA course effectively. 

Learning outcome 

Students will get the following skills:

  • Reading comprehension of essential MBA material with translation exercises of specialized English key words;
  • Listening comprehension through presentations on the subject by Management Specialists worldwide; 
  • Research and Report writing skills on management subjects.

Course organisation

The course includes:

  • Comprehension drills: Translation exercises from English into Vietnamese based on recommended textbooks for MBA studies. A student handbook with over xxx words per subject are available for self-learning at your own space.
  • Listening drills: Learn with You Tube selection on management subjects, related to the subjects taught during the MBA studies.
  • Essay Writing: Students are required to write their own answers under the form of an essay (in English) to prepare discussion questions based on the MBA curriculum, under the guidance of our experienced bi-lingual teaching assistants.
  • Research Orientation : Students are guided individually by our qualified faculty to identify the topics of their research in view of the final dissertation for their MBA studies. Individual coaching are provided to students either in class or by distance, depending on the choice of topics.
Required Textbook
  • Donald R. Cooper, Pamela S. Schindler, Business Research Methods, 11/e, McGrawHill, 2011 (ISBN-13 9780073373706)
Suggested Readings
  • Creswell, John W., Research Design: Qualitative Quantitative and Mixed Methods Approaches, Los Angeles, London, Sage Publications, 2009 (3r edition) (ISBN: 978-1-4129-6557-6 paperback) 
  • Publisher's website: www.sagepublications.com

English-Vietnamese Glossary, click here

ENG for HEG.MGT.008_1 English_Project Management copy 1

After completion of  "English for MBA - Module 2" course, students will be confident to start HEG EMBA Module 3: Innovation Manager, which covers the following courses:

HEG.MGT.006

Corporate Information Strategy

HEG.MGT.013

Human Resource Management & Leadership

HEG.MGT.015

Strategic Management & Innovation

HEG.MGT.008

Project Management

 

 

The English for MBA - Module 3 will prepare students the necessary vocabulary for this 3rd phase of their studies.

MPORTANT: For more information on the structure of HEG EMBA course, please refer to our post on HEG EMBA Course on Site News, or click HERE.

Project Management Syllabus (link)

HEG.MGT.ENG.MOD4 English for MBA - Module 4: Integrated Management

Course description: 

The course includes:

Comprehension drills: Translation exercises from English into Vietnamese based on recommended textbooks for MBA studies. A student handbook with over xxx words per subject are available for self-learning at your own space.

Listening drills: Learn with You Tube selection on management subjects, related to the subjects taught during the MBA studies.

Essay Writing: Students are required to write their own answers under the form of an essay (in English) to prepare discussion questions based on the MBA curriculum, under the guidance of our experienced bi-lingual teaching assistants.

Research Orientation : Students are guided individually by our qualified faculty to identify the topics of their research in view of the final dissertation for their MBA studies. Individual coaching are provided to students either in class or by distance, depending on the choice of topics. 

Lectures: Key terms and their definitions are extracted from recommended textbooks for HEG EMBA Integrated Management Syllabi.

HEG.MGT.009

Investment Management

HEG.MGT.011

Financial Markets and Institutions

HEG.MGT.012

International Economics

THESIS.602

Research or Capstone Thesis

Exercises: The translation exercises from English into Vietnamese are based on recommended textbooks for MBA studies. Students are required to follow the course schedule for optimal results.

Lecturers & Online Monitors: Anh Tho Andres, Dr Nguyen Huu Than, Pham van Tai, Nguyen Thanh Dam, Nguyen Cong Hung.

Prerequisites: English for MBA Module 3.

Midterm and exam: