International management learning: comparative study of The Open University students

Ramanau, Ruslan and Tyler, Sheila (2011). International management learning: comparative study of The Open University students. In: The Higher Education Academy Business Management Accountancy and Finance Network Conference 2011, 10-11 May 2011, Bournemouth, UK, The Higher Education Academy Annual BMAF (Business, Management, Accountancy and Finance) Network.



• Teaching and Research Grant supported by the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Business Management Accountancy and Finance.
• It seeks to explore from a student-centred perspective student views of internationalisation and to counter-approach the predominantly top-down commercial and higher education funding imperatives that drive internationalisation of the sector.
• The project focuses on part-time postgraduate students in Business and Management, who remain in their home country and are expected to bring to bear their work experience on their learning and apply new knowledge in their work places.
• The course under study was The Professional Certificate of Management which is presented to students based in the UK and in continental Europe in English; and in Russia in Russian through the International Institute of Management (IIM) LINK, the Open University’s official partner.

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