e-Course: Business in Central Eurasia

EENI Business School & HA University

Course “Doing Business in Central Eurasia: Iran, Pakistan” (e-learning, 22 ECTS, Master in International Business in English)

Six main subjects compose the Online Course “Doing Business in Central Eurasia” taught by EENI Business School & HA Independent University:

Doing Business in Central EurAsia (Online Course)

  1. Central Eurasian Economic Area. Influence of Islam on business.
  2. Doing Business in Central Eurasian Markets: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and Turkey
  3. Regional Economic Institutions and Trade Agreements related to Central Eurasian Markets
  4. European Union Relations with Central Eurasian Markets
  5. Other Economic Organisations related to Central Eurasian Region
  6. Business Plan for Central Eurasian Markets

Online Continuing education (Masters, Courses)

  1. Credits of the course “Doing Business in Central Eurasia”: 22 ECTS Credits
  2. Total Tuition Fees: EUR 528 (Pricing Policy)
  3. Organisation: EENI Business School & HA University
  4. Students can begin the course when he/she wishes (open enrolment) and from any place in the world
  5. Requires an average dedication of 12 hours per week
  6. Duration: 4 months
  7. Download the syllabus of the course: “Doing Business in Central Eurasia” (PDF)

Online Enrolment Procedure (continuous):

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Learning materials: Master in International Business in English (or Study Master Doctorate Business in Spanish Eurasia Central Masters Foreign Trade in Portuguese Eurásia Central Study, Master in International Business in French Asie Centrale). The student has free access to course materials in these languages (free multilingual training).

Objectives of the Course “Doing Business in Central Eurasia”

The main objective of the online course “International Trade and Business in Central Eurasia” (22 ECTS) is to offer a global vision of the Central Eurasian region and business opportunities in Central Eurasia in order:

  1. To understand the importance of the main economic integration agreements in Central Asian region: Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO), Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), and Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC)
  2. To learn to do business in Central Eurasian Countries (Iran, Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, Georgia, Armenia, and Mongolia)
  3. To know business opportunities in Central Eurasian Countries
  4. To explore Free Trade Agreements (FTA) and Regional Economic Institutions related to Central Eurasia
  5. To analyse foreign trade and foreign direct investment flows
  6. To develop a business plan for Central Eurasian Markets

Course intended for all those wanting to specialise in Central Eurasian Markets.

The Online Course “Doing Business in Central Eurasia” contains exercises that are evaluated, which the student must work out and pass to obtain the diploma of the course “Doing Business in Central Eurasia” issued by EENI Business School & HA Independent University.

The Online Course “Doing Business in Central Eurasia” is part of the following Online Higher Education Programs taught by EENI Business School & HA University:

  1. Doctorates: Islamic Countries, Asia, Global Trade
  2. Masters: International Business, Foreign Trade, Asia, Muslim Countries

Students who have taken this course (Doing Business in Central Eurasia) can validate and register for a Master or Doctorate at EENI Business School & HA University.

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Subjects of the Course “Doing Business in Central Eurasia” (eLearning)

  1. Introduction to the Central Eurasian Region
    1. The main religion of Central Eurasia is Islam
      1. Why study “Islam, Ethics and Business”?
    2. Other religions: Buddhism and Orthodoxy
    3. Deep influence of Iranian and Turkic culture and languages
    4. Central Eurasian Markets:
      1. Europe: Turkey, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Armenia
      2. Central Asia: Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Kirghizstan
      3. Other Asian Countries: Iran, Pakistan, and Mongolia
    5. Central Eurasian Economic Area (2 ECTS) (PDF) of Islamic Civilisation
  2. Doing Business in Armenia (1 ECTS)
  3. Doing Business in Azerbaijan (1 ECTS)
  4. Doing Business in Georgia (1 ECTS)
  5. Doing Business in Iran (2 ECTS)
    1. Islamic Revolutionary Guard
    2. Bonyads
  6. Doing Business in Kazakhstan (1 ECTS)
  7. Doing Business in the Kyrgyz Republic (Kyrgyzstan) (1 ECTS)
  8. Doing Business in Mongolia (1 ECTS)
  9. Doing Business in Pakistan (2 ECTS)
    1. Pakistani Free Trade Agreements: China, Mauritius and the ASEAN
    2. Mian Muhammad Mansha
    3. Dewan Farooqui
  10. Doing Business in Tajikistan (1 ECTS)
  11. Doing Business in Turkey (3 ECTS)
    1. Turkey Free Trade Agreements (FTA) with Chile, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, and the EFTA
    2. European Union-Turkey Customs Union
    3. Africa-Turkey Partnership (0.1 ECTS)
  12. Doing Business in Turkmenistan (1 ECTS)
  13. Doing Business in Uzbekistan (1 ECTS)
  14. Regional Economic Institutions and Trade Agreements Related to Central Eurasian Markets
    1. Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) (0.4 ECTS)
    2. Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO) (0.1 ECTS)
    3. Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) (0.2 ECTS)
    4. Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC) (0.5 ECTS)
    5. Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) (0.1 ECTS)
    6. Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States (Turkic Council) (0.1 ECTS)
    7. Central Eurasia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) Programme
    8. Regional Organisation for Democracy and Economic Development (GUAM)
    9. Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC)
    10. Asian Clearing Union (ACU)
    11. Eurasian Land Transport Initiative (China-Europe)
    12. Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) (2 ECTS)
      1. Trade Preferential System among the Member States of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (TPS-OIC)
  15. European Union Trade Relations with Central Eurasian Markets
    1. Association Agreement with Georgia
    2. Customs Union with Turkey
    3. Generalised System of Preferences
    4. EU Enlargement
    5. EU Eastern Partnership
    6. European Union-South Caucasus
    7. European Neighbourhood Policy
    8. EFTA's Free Trade Agreements (FTA) with Georgia and Turkey
  16. Other Economic Organisations related to Central Eurasian Region (Summary):
    1. Islamic Development Bank
    2. Arab League
    3. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP)
    4. Asian Development Bank (ADB)
    5. Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD)
    6. European Investment Bank
    7. Economic Commission Europe (UNECE)
  17. Business Plan for Central Eurasian Markets (export, import, implementation)

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