|1.||Apply explicit knowledge of international terms in the process of negotiating terms of delivery and payment;|
|2.||Determine and generate the documents necessary to process a specific export/import transaction;|
|3.||Evaluate risks in foreign exchange, international payments and trade settlements; and formulate risk mitigation strategies; and|
|4.||Adapt the working knowledge to the digitalisation of trade transactions through group collaborations and in inter-cultural settings.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Test||Online Test 1||20%|
|Test||Online Test 2||30%|
|Test||In-Class Final Assessment||30%|
|Assignment||Practical Assessments using authentic learning and reference materials.||30%|
International Trade: A Practical Introduction 4th edn,
Bergami, R 2013,
Melbourne, Australia: Eruditions Publishing
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