Effective Communication for Global Leader Online Programme
Economy/Business
Speaker:
Date: 2020-08-05 Course duration: 10 weeks

I.  Programme Description


The program aims to create favorable conditions for international elites to become "world leaders" through our integration platform of traditional and international business concepts. The programme will be conducted through PBL (project-based learning) with supervision. Through ten-week intensive online learning courses, students will actively cultivate business management thinking skills. Students will have the opportunity to learn professional knowledge with depth and breadth, both on theory and practice, and keep up with the economic situation. Various learning pedagogy are integrated, in form of lectures led by London political/economic experts and business elites, business visits and market research. This programme offers students opportunities to conduct research on business, economics and management with a global perspective, and stimulates students' comprehensive capabilities in research, presentation skills, innovative creative and logical thinking on a multicultural business platform. Students will: l Communicate with well-known culture experts both from China and UK, and to exchange with entrepreneurs to get inspiration and suggestions;l   Work on a research project with supervisor; l Master multicultural knowledge, presentation and negotiation skills; l Improve the ability of cross cultural team cooperation and problem-solving;l   Participate in the evaluation of technology-based industrial planning; l Acquire the application skills of top international universities; l Interact with domestic excellent scholars and trainees, and get lifelong friendship; l Expand Chinese and English professional vocabulary and improve English; l Develop international channels and platforms for future work in the relevant environment of international institutions.


II. Project Introduction


All the lectures and tutorials will be taught by full-time professors, doctors of the London PROGRAMME STRUCTURE & FORMAT: 40 learning hours spread over 10 weeks covering live lectures, tutorials, project work and self-study time. Project work will integrate team-based learning and supervision. Final project will be presented in groups to a panel of experts on the last day of the programme.  The programme will be delivered over Zoom. Online project channels will be allocated to each team for project work and tutorials. Live class duration is between 1 to 2 hours, delivered on Saturday over ten-week. Live tutorial duration is between 1 to 1.5 hours delivered on every Wednesday with a project supervisor.  The entire programme will be delivered in English. CERTIFICATION: Students will receive a verified digital certificate on successful completion of the programme. Each student will also receive a transcript for their project mark.


Week 1 (UK TIME)


Sat  11.00-11.15

The opening ceremony and Introduction of LSE

Dr Lu, Dr McLean

Sat  11.15-11.30

Group Project Briefing and Planning

Dr Lu

Sat  11.30-12.30

Lecture: Introduction to economy

Prof Kent Deng

Sat  12.30-13.30

Tutorial (Q & A)

PhD candidate

Sat  13.30-14.00

Tutorial (report writing)

Dr Guenier 

Week 2 (UK TIME)


Sat  11.00-12.00

Lecture: Economic profile

Prof Kent Deng

Sat  12.00-12.30

Group Discussion: Global economic hot topics

PhD candidate

Sat  12.30-13.30

Tutorial (Q & A)

PhD candidate

Sat  13.30-14.00

Tutorial (report writing)

Dr Guenier

Week 3 (UK TIME)


Sat  11.00-12.00

Lecture: Introduction to management and case study

Sir Douglas Flint

Sat  12.00-12.30

Group Discussion: A comparison between Chinese and Western concepts in business management

PhD candidate

Sat  12.30-13.30

Tutorial (Q & A)

PhD candidate

Sat  13.30-14.00

Tutorial (report writing)

Dr Guenier

Week 4 (UK TIME)


Sat  11.00-12.00

Lecture: A comparative study of business culture cases 

Dr McLean

Sat  12.00-12.30

Group Discussion: A comparison between Chinese and Western leadership styles

PhD candidate

Sat  12.30-13.30

Tutorial (Q & A)

Dr Lu

Sat  13.30-14.00

Tutorial (report writing)

Dr Guenier 

Week 5 (UK TIME)


Sat  11.00-12.00

Lecture: Opportunities and challenges of economic exchanges between China and the West 

Lord Stephen Green

Sat  12.00-12.30

Group Discussion: Opportunities and challenges in the future

PhD candidate

Sat  12.30-13.30

Tutorial (Q & A)

PhD candidate

Sat  13.30-14.00

Tutorial (report writing)

Dr Guenier 

Week 6 (UK TIME)


Sat  11.00-12.00

Lecture: Financial overview

Prof Kent Deng

Sat  12.00-12.30

Group Discussion: Global financial hot topics

PhD candidate

Sat  12.30-13.30

Tutorial (Q & A)

PhD candidate

Sat  13.30-14.00

Tutorial (report writing)

Dr Guenier

Week 7 (UK TIME)


Sat  11.00-12.00

Lecture: How to predict in advance of the financial risk

Sir Douglas Flint

Sat  12.00-12.30

Group Discussion: Global financial risk

PhD candidate

Sat  12.30-13.30

Tutorial (Q & A)

PhD candidate

Sat  13.30-14.00

Tutorial (report writing)

Dr Guenier

Week 8 (UK TIME)


Sat  11.00-12.00

Lecture: Financial banking

Professor Kathy Yuan

Sat  12.00-12.30

Group Discussion: Hot topic about financial banking

PhD candidate

Sat  12.30-13.30

Tutorial (Q & A)

PhD candidate

Sat  13.30-14.00

Tutorial (report writing)

Dr Guenier

Week 9 (UK TIME)


Sat  11.00-12.00

Lecture: The impact of Brexit, COVID-19 and trade war between China and US on global economy

David Stringer Lamarre

Sat  12.00-12.30

Group Discussion: The COVID 19 impact on the economy

PhD candidate

Sat  12.30-13.30

Tutorial (Q & A)

PhD candidate

Sat  13.30-14.00

Tutorial (report writing)

Dr Guenier 

Week 10 (UK TIME)


Sat  11.00-12.00

Lecture: System management and cultural conflict under Belt and Road Initiative

Prof  Williamson

Sat  12.00-12.30

Lecture: Comparison of Chinese and English education system 

and enlightenment of personal career development

Dr Lu

Sat  12.30-13.30

Tutorial (Q & A)

PhD candidate

Sat  13.30-14.00

Tutorial (report writing)

Dr Guenier

Week 11 (UK TIME)


Sat  11.00-12.00

The application skills of LSE

LSE James Brown

Sat  12.00-12.30

Presentation and Graduation award ceremony

Dr Lu &

Dr McLean

 

III.Requirements


All students are required to have a good command of English, and if it is not their first language, they will need to satisfy the College requirement as follows:

 

•   a minimum score of IELTS (Academic Test) 6.5 overall (with no less than 6.0 in any element) or equivalent. 

•   TOEFL (iBT) 92 overall (minimum 20 in all elements)

•   CET- 4 (China) minimum score of 550

•   CET- 6 (China) minimum score of 520


IV. How to Apply


40 learning hours spread over 10 weeks covering live lectures, tutorials, project work and self-study time.


The cost of the programme is £1200. 


•   Pei (Patch) Huang : patch@behemon.com 

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