ICC Guide to Export / Import - Global Standards for International Trade by Guillermo C. Jimenez. ICC Publications 2012.Fourth Edition.
PART A / Tuomala: International Trade; Contact teaching, exercises, assignments, exam
PART B / Koivuniemi: Contracts; Introduction to PART B. week 6; 100 % e-learning, assignments, online exam
Grading scale 0 - 5. Total Grade: PART A. 70 % + PART B. 30 %
01.01.2020 - 01.03.2020
02.12.2019 - 31.12.2019
Jarmo Koivuniemi, Marita Tuomala
tel. + 358 40 846 8057
Bachelor's Degree Programme in International Business
TAMK Main Campus
PART A: Exam dates will be informed later
PART B. Exam dates will be informed later
3 ECTS = 80 hours student time usage
PART A: 2 ECTS: About 20 hours lectures + 20 hours studying the course literature and material + 10 hours making the L/C assignment and other assignments
PART B: 1 ECTS: About 30 hours e-learning + assignments + EXAM
Part A: Practices of International trade; weeks 2 - 8
Part B: International Law and Contracts; weeks 6 - 10
The detailed course plan will be introduced during the first class.
Student has limited knowledge of the basic concepts and terms in International Trade and International Contract Law, resulting in exam grades 1 - 2. The student is able to list, define and explain the basic concepts and terms in mandatory assignments.
Student has good knowledge of the concepts and terms in International Trade and International Contract Law, resulting in exam grades 3 - 4. The student is able to use and apply the terms and concepts well in simple tasks and mandatory assignments.
Student has excellent knowledge of the concepts and terms in International Trade and International Contract Law, resulting in an exam grade 5. The student masters the terms and concepts of the subject matter in an excellent manner and is able to apply and analyse the terms and concepts extensively in mandatory assignments and challenging case studies.
Student is not able to name or define the basic concepts and terms in International Trade and International Contract Law. The student has failed in exam / exams and / or mandatory assignments.