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M.Sc Leadership management

leadership management masters program

Course Overview

The primary learning objective ofthis course is to provide a blend of theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary to improve each participant’s leadership skills.

Course Objectives

After completing this course, participants should be able to:

  • Understandthefundamental aspects of managing and leading organizations
  • Examine the behaviors and traits of both effective managers and leaders
  • Examine relevant issues in applied management and leadership; includingethics, globalization, and strategic management.

Admission Requirements

Any applicant who meets the minimum entry requirements for admission into the University may be granted admission, the requirements are :

  • An A’ Level Certificate (a Degree, HND or PGD) with 2:2, Lower credit, or Pass respectively and above.
  • Transcript of the A’Level result.
  • Copy of International Passport data page.
  • A copy of CV.

REGISTRATION PROCESS

To register for any of the available courses take the following steps

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  • Complete the payment form and select method of payment and submit.
  • You will receive an email letting you know of your registration and your application status
  • You will be contacted by one of our admission team member to guide you on the admission.
  • After making the payment of application fee admission letter will be sent to your email with fee structure.
  • You will need to make payment of at least 70% of the tuition and acceptance fee for you to be granted access to the course applied for.
  • After making the payment an email will be sent to your email with access link to your registered course.
  • You study online and can come to school every semester for exams.

FEE STRUCTURE

Tuition per Session

Tuition Fee = 480,000

Application = 10,ooo

Acceptance = 20,000

Course kit =20,000

Administrative Charges = 60,000

Project supervision = 20,000

Convocation = 40,000

Total = ₦650,000

CURRICULUM

Section 1: Entrepreneurship and the Business Plan
Kyne Solutions is a web development company with an extensive skill set for understanding their clients’
needs and developing their systems according to their requirements. We deliver creative, scalable web
solutions that reflect the vision and needs of our clients. The success of our clients is our goal; we
accomplish this by generating new business opportunities by their presence on the Internet.
Kyne Solutions is defined as a start-up firm located in the in Science Park in the city of Jönköping,
Sweden. The firm offers web-related services and solutions which include website design, software
development, system maintenance, consulting, webmarketing and web analysis.
The creators of the firm draw their knowledge from bachelor and master degrees in computer
engineering, specializing in information technology. The firm’s capability to assist other companies in
providing superior service for any business- from start-ups to large corporations- comes from precedent
experience in managing technology projects.
The demand rate for web development and IT consulting services in the small companies has and will
continue to have a continuous growth. The ratio between web development companies and the
demand from companies needing these services is still high and expanding. Kyne Solutions have the
commitment of continuously enhance their process and procedures with the aim of being more
efficient. Reduction of project costs allows us to produce a high quality web development services for
corporations at a competitive cost for their clients.

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Kyne Solutions is a web development company with an extensive skill set for understanding our clients’
needs and developing systems based on their needs and according to their requirements. We deliver
creative, scalable web solutions that reflect the vision and needs of our clients. Our goal is the success of
our client and the creation of new business opportunities by their presence on the Internet.
Kyne Solutions is an Information Technology provider, where emerging companies and small business as
our customers can rely for outsourcing their IT.

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In the year 2008 of Kyne Solutions emerge from several requests from startup companies to develop
their website and corporate image to promote their products. As a team we observed that there were
several firms that were producing sites and publishing them over the Internet and identified that the
quality and client requirements were not fulfilled, that fact persuaded us to commit our efforts into
building a web based solutions firm that serves a whole variety of enterprises, from the startupcompany to a large government group firms, with an extensive range of services, located in one place.
Kyne Solutions offices are located on the Science Park in Jönköping, where the start up activity in this
city takes place; it is located near Jönköping University where the majority of ideas emerge. As an
internet firm we are committed on developing products and services that have their main focus our
clients’ advancement in a location free environment. We have as a common practice managing projects
internationally aided by telecommunication technology.

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Section : 2 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
The financial manager must take careful decisions on how the profit should be distributed among
shareholders. It is very important and crucial part of the business concern, because these decisions are
directly related with the value of the business concern and shareholder’s wealth. Like financing decision
and investment decision, dividend decision is also a major part of the financial manager. When the
business concerns decide dividend policy, they have to consider certain factors such as retained earnings
and the nature of shareholder of the business concern.
Meaning of Dividend
Dividend refers to the business concerns net profits distributed among the shareholders. It may also be
termed as the part of the profit of a business concern, which is distributed among its shareholders.
According to the Institute of Chartered Accountant of India, dividend is defined as “a distribution
to shareholders out of profits or reserves available for this purpose”.
TYPES OF DIVIDEND/FORM OF DIVIDEND
Dividend may be distributed among the shareholders in the form of cash or stock. Hence, Dividends are
classified into:
A. Cash dividend

B.Stock dividend
C. Bond dividend
D. Property dividend

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Financial planning and decision play a major role in the field of financial management which consists of
the major area of financial management such as, capitalization, financial structure, capital structure,
leverage and financial forecasting.
Financial planning includes the following important parts:
● Estimating the amount of capital to be raised.
● Determining the form and proportionate amount of securities.
● Formulating policies to manage the financial plan.
MEANING OF CAPITAL
The term capital refers to the total investment of the company in terms of money, and assets. It is also
called as total wealth of the company. When the company is going to invest large amount of finance into
the business, it is called as capital. Capital is the initial and integral part of new and existing business
concern.
The capital requirements of the business concern may be classified into two categories: (a) Fixed
capital
(b) Working capital.

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CAPITALIZATION
30M Lecture
Financial planning and decision play a major role in the field of financial management which consists of
the major area of financial management such as, capitalization, financial structure, capital structure,
leverage and financial forecasting.
Financial planning includes the following important parts:
● Estimating the amount of capital to be raised.
● Determining the form and proportionate amount of securities.
● Formulating policies to manage the financial plan.
MEANING OF CAPITAL
The term capital refers to the total investment of the company in terms of money, and assets. It is also
called as total wealth of the company. When the company is going to invest large amount of finance into
the business, it is called as capital. Capital is the initial and integral part of new and existing business
concern.
The capital requirements of the business concern may be classified into two categories: (a) Fixed
capital
(b) Working capital.
Fixed Capital
Fixed capital is the capital, which is needed for meeting the permanent or long-term purpose of the
business concern. Fixed capital is required mainly for the purpose of meeting capital expenditure of the
business concern and it is used over a long period. It is the amount invested in various fixed or
permanent assets, which are necessary for a business concern.
Definition of Fixed Capital
According to the definition of Hoagland, “Fixed capital is comparatively easily defined to include land,
building, machinery and other assets having a relatively permanent existence”.
42 Financial Management
Character of Fixed Capital
● Fixed capital is used to acquire the fixed assets of the business concern.
● Fixed capital meets the capital expenditure of the business concern.
● Fixed capital normally consists of long period.
● Fixed capital expenditure is of nonrecurring nature.
● Fixed capital can be raised only with the help of long-term sources of finance.

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Section : 3 GLOBAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT
1. GLOBAL ADVERTISING AND CULTURE
2. SETTING THE GLOBAL ADVERTISING BUDGET
3. CREATIVE STRATEGY
4. GLOBAL MEDIA DECISIONS
5. ADVERTISING REGULATIONS
6. CHOOSING AN ADVERTISING AGENCY
7. OTHER MEANS OF COMMUNICATION
8. GLOBALLY INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS (GIMC)
To promote its Temptations range of chocolates in India, Cadbury, the British chocolate maker,
put out a print ad that was timed to coincide with India’s Independence Day.1 The ad showed a
map of India with the words ‘‘Too good to share’’ printed across the state of Jammu and
Kashmir. The reference to Kashmir, which is at the center of a longstanding dispute between
India and Pakistan, did not please Hindu nationalists. Cadbury was forced to issue a statement
apologizing for the advertisement. One of Procter & Gamble’s biggest advertising blunders
happened in Japan when the firm introduced its disposable diapers Pampers brand. Around
that time, P&G aired a TV commercial in the United States showing an animated stork delivering
Pampers diapers at home. P&G’s American managers in Japan figured that this could be an
excellent piece of advertising they could transplant into the Japanese market to back up the
launch of Pampers. The copy was dubbed in Japanese and the Japanese package replaced the
American one. Unfortunately, this cute commercial failed to seduce Japanese mothers. After
some consumer research, P&G discovered that Japanese consumers were confused about why
a bird was delivering disposable diapers. Contrary to Western folklore, storks in Japan are not
supposed to deliver babies. Instead, babies allegedly arrive in giant.

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1. INTERTWINED WORLD ECONOMY
2. COUNTRY COMPETITIVENESS
3. EMERGING ECONOMIES
4. EVOLUTION OF COOPERATIVE GLOBAL TRADE AGREEMENTS
5. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND THE CHANGING NATURE OF COMPETITION
6. REGIONAL ECONOMIC ARRANGEMENTS
7. MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS
At no other time in economic history have countries been more economically interdependent
than they are today. Although the second half of the twentieth century saw the highest ever
sustained growth rates in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in history, the growth in international
flows in goods and services (called international trade) has consistently surpassed the growth
rate of the world economy. Simultaneously, the growth in international financial flows—which
includes foreign direct investment, portfolio investment, and trading in currencies—has
achieved a life of its own. Thanks to trade liberalization heralded by the General Agreement on
Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and the World Trade Organization (WTO), the GATT’s successor, the
barriers to international trade and financial flows keep getting lower. From 1997 to 2007, global
GDP grew more than 30 percent, while total global merchandise exports increased by more than
60 percent (see Exhibit 2-1).1
However, the beginning of the 21st century was beset with a recessionary world economy.
For example, growth in the value of the United States’ trade decelerated throughout 2001.
Western Europe’s merchandise exports and imports values increased by about 2 percent during
the same period. Overall, the year 2001 witnessed the first decline in the volume of world
merchandise trade since 1982 and the first decrease in world merchandise output since 1991.
On the other hand, the transition economies

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ORGANIZING FOR EXPORTS
2. INDIRECT EXPORTING
3. DIRECT EXPORTING
4. MECHANICS OF EXPORTING
5. ROLE OF THE GOVERNMENT IN PROMOTING EXPORTS
6. MANAGING IMPORTS—THE OTHER SIDE OF THE COIN
7. MECHANICS OF IMPORTING
8. GRAY MARKETS
Exporting is the most popular way for many companies to become international. The main
reasons for this are: (1) exporting requires minimum resources while allowing high flexibility
and (2) it offers substantial financial, marketing, technological, and other benefits to the
firm. Because exporting is usually the first mode of foreign entry used by many companies,
exporting early tends to give them first-mover advantage.1 However, exporting requires
experiential knowledge. Exporters must acquire foreign market knowledge (i.e., clients,
market needs, and competitors) and institutional knowledge (i.e., government, institutional
framework, rules, norms, and values) as well as develop operational knowledge (i.e.,
capabilities and resources to engage in international operations).2 Selling to a foreign market
involves numerous high risks arising from the lack of knowledge of and unfamiliarity with
foreign environments, which can be heterogeneous, sophisticated and turbulent.
Furthermore, conducting market research across national boundaries is more difficult,
complex, and subjective than for its domestic counterpart.

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Start On June 24, 2019
Duration 1 year
Level Masters
Location Benin Republic
Price 480,000.00

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