Continuous assessment

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Continuous assessment: Evaluations and thesis (Masters, Doctorates, and Courses)

The assessment of the student is continuous and is based on:

EENI Evaluations Thesis Master

1- Successful completion of exercises.

Each subject of each module of the Master Executive in International Business or the Doctorate in International Business has exercises that are evaluated, which the student must work out and pass to obtain their respective diploma.Exercises

The important thing is to learn!

2- Thesis (only for Doctorates and Master's degrees).

For the successful completion of the Master or the Doctorate, students must submit a Thesis. The topic must be international business related (Foreign Trade, Global Marketing, or Internationalisation.).

The Coach will be providing students with guidelines and requirements for writing the paper. If the student works in a company; he can develop the thesis related to his work.

Thesis normally reports on a research project or an extended analysis of a topic. Some examples of the thesis: “International Marketing Plan” (for a company), “Project Investment in China “,” SWOT analysis of the company X in the Global Markets,” “Creating international distribution networks,” “Strategies for international promotion.”

The delivery of the exercises and the thesis is done digitally, through our e-campus.

EENI (The Global Business School) encourages the creation of works group with students from different countries.

Diploma and Accreditation (Example for master students).

Diploma. Students who complete all exercises, and thesis will obtain the master degree diploma or course certificate for other courses issued by EENI.

- Students with a bachelor's degree will receive a “Diploma of Master in…” (Advanced Degree Programme). In this case; it will be necessary to send us a certified copy of the University Diploma.

- Students without a bachelor's degree will receive an “Advanced Diploma in…”

Note. The diploma does not specify the methodology of the study.


About schedule.

E-learners are those people who are unable to attend regular classes because of work or personal commitments or because they live too far away from the college's campuses. Online learning, however, is not the right choice for everyone. An online learner must be self-motivated and self-disciplined.

Because each student is different and has different aspirations; we allow the students to define his schedule and rhythm (the Professor and coach will help you).

Study Methodology

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E-Learning is a flexible way to learn; e-learners are those people who are unable to attend regular classes because of work or personal commitments or because they live too far away from the college's campuses.

An online learner must be self-motivated and self-disciplined. Because each student is different and has different aspirations, EENI allows the students to define his schedule and rhythm (the coach will help you).

  1. Session study: three hours maximum. If the time for studying is around three hours each day (as we suggest) and spread the learning over a longer time-span, the student will learn the concept more easily
  2. Estimated weekly study hours. The student should expect to dedicate at least 12 hours per week working on the lessons and assignments (4-5 Days/week). Keep in mind that the 12 hours per week are “virtual classroom hours” (i.e., the time that the student would normally spend in the classroom). The student will also need to spend time doing his homework and working on assignments. The good news is that the student does not need to warm up the car and come to the college! The student can attend class from the comfort of his home.
  3. Can I work ahead and complete the course sooner? If you are extremely self-motivated and self-disciplined, you can work your way through the course at your pace. If you choose this option, you can access the lessons and work through each unit/lesson on your own.

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