Information on individual educational components (ECTS-Course descriptions) per semester
|Degree programme:||Master Business Administration: Accounting, Controlling & Finance|
|Type of degree:||FH Master´s Degree Programme|
|Winter Semester 2022|
|Course unit title||Diversity and Sustainable Development: Focus - India|
|Course unit code||800101020401|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Type of course unit (compulsory, optional)||Elective|
|Semester when the course unit is delivered||Winter Semester 2022|
|Teaching hours per week||4|
|Year of study||2022|
|Number of ECTS credits allocated||Second Cycle (Master)|
|Number of ECTS credits allocated||6|
|Name of lecturer(s)||Stefanie CHEN, Wilfried MANHART|
|Prerequisites and co-requisites|
Part 1: Diversity and Sustainable
Development In order to understand the meanings and significance of how diversity and sustainability impact each other, you will need a basis. By way of a game, a film, a speaker, some research and much in-depth discussion, you will gain understanding of the complex systemic interrelationship between human diversity issues and the environment.
This course strongly supports the idea of interdisciplinary and intercultural learning experiences with changing perspectives on the topics covered. The 10-day fieldtrip to India is designed for working students with limited time for international travel.
Sustainable development is a key topic that is needed for any higher education institution, and along with diversity is a topic that benefits from the inclusion of students from all different degree programs.
|Planned learning activities and teaching methods|
Part 1: Lectures, speaker(s), a game, a film, some student research, and much discussion
Part 2: Field trip with access to experts and relevant locations dealing with diversity and sustainability issues
|Assessment methods and criteria|
Part 1: Presentation in English (showing not only an understanding of the course topics but also how they are linked)
Part 2: Written reflection paper showing learnings from Part 1 along with learnings from the field trip to India.
You will need to commit to the blocked time with departure on February 7, 2021 with arrival shortly after midnight on February 8th until departure on February 16th, 2021. These dates could vary depending on the FHV’s semester planning, which will be determined later. The program in India takes place from ca. February 8 – February 15, 2021. If your schedule allows it, extend your time there and visit Goa or other interesting places.
The costs for the field trip to India is roughly as follows:
€1100 per person (less, if we can organize that). The program costs include all experts, visits, sustenance, accommodation and travel costs within India. Accommodation is based on 2 people per room. Individual rooms are possible but with additional costs.
Travel and other costs:
These include flight, visa, vaccination and insurance costs. They are NOT included in the program costs, and need to be paid separately. These costs depend on your individual needs.
_ Check for recommended vaccinations to India with your doctor.
_ For further information to this course, click on the following link: https://www.fhv.at/en/studies/international/studying-worldwide-outgoings/field-study-trips/study-trips/study-trip-to-india/
Student program and flight costs are tax deductible. Upon request, you will receive a program cost confirmation from FHV’s International Office to submit to your tax authorities.
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