- Consists of: 9 courses, taught in English and French
- Method: online and on-site (to be agreed with the recipient), flipped learning
- Target audience: entrepreneurs and business community representatives, public and private institutions government representatives, national, regional and international organizations, civil society and non-governmental organizations
International and European business law. The course provides an overview of international and European business law, focusing on the main laws governing the conduct of business in Europe and worldwide.
Risk management. The course provides a broad and comprehensive view of risk assessment and management and its sources, in today’s increasingly complex world where policy makers face many challenges and uncertainties.
Competition law. The course elaborates on the guidelines of the economic, legal and institutional context of competition law and its main substantive and procedural aspects.
Marketing Law. The course focuses on the legal principles relevant to marketing activities, addressing topics critical to understanding the impact of the law on marketing activities and trends.
Project management. Participants learn how to effectively use their limited resources, they understand project management concepts and practices, and learn to apply them to their current and future projects.
Supply Chain Management. The course analyses supply chain management aspects from the perspective to obtain the right products and services in the right time and place, in the right amount and at an acceptable cost.
Shipping, transport and logistics. The course provides the knowledge and expertise to formulate sustainable solutions in the areas of international shipping, distribution and transportation in the context of a dynamic global community.
Competitive strategy. The course analyses how companies behave or should behave according to the type of industry and the competitive threat they face.
Corporate Social Responsibility, SMEs and multinationals. The course deals with the influence of corporate social responsibility on business strategic decisions and the difference between the strategies adopted by SMEs and multinationals.