The student acknowledges the strategic nature of procurement and understands the challenges and requirements of managing external resources.
The student is able to…
This course is for Master level studies and part of the Procurement Master’s program. Therefore you should have completed bachelor level studies already and some prior knowledge of procurement
Sufficient performance: has completed basic requirements to pass the course and has made an attempt to apply and articulate concepts and information both verbally and in writing but has not made enough effort overall. The student has demonstrated little effort, interest and motivation for individual or team activities / assignments and the output is rather weak.
Good overall performance: can apply and articulate concepts and information well both verbally and in writing, certain areas of individual or team output require further attention; shows appropriate level of interest and motivation in individual and team activities. Good presentation delivery and analysis.
Excellent performance in all elements of the course: shows interest and motivation in individual and team activities and assignments, fully applies and clearly articulates concepts and information both verbally and in writing. The student is able to support his/her argument with references to the recommended reading and lecture content. Excellent presentation delivery and analysis.
Assignments/test related to the course and informed by the lecturer when course starts.
Assessment scale used: 50 -59 = 1 60-69 = 2 70 – 79 = 3 80 – 89 = 4 90 -100 = 5
Online lectures via Zoom or Teams. Online learning material and individual and group assignment and tests via Moodle learning platform. Link to Zoom or Teams and Moodle pages will be sent via email to the students once the enrolment is complete.
The introduction to the course and first lecture will be on 2.9. 13:00-16:00. Subsequent lectures will be: 14.09. 17:00-20:00 28.09. 17:00-20:00 and 12.10. 17:00-20:00
The objectives and the content of the course, assignments and assessment will be discussed during the first lesson.
Student quota 10.