Ileri’s Bachelor degree is a three-year academic course open to high-school leavers and represents 180 ECTS.
The program includes subjects such as geopolitics, international law, economics, political science, business administration, methodology and foreign languages. This Bachelor program includes internships and dissertations as well as the possibility of doing a semester abroad in third year.
This broad-based approach to international relations enables students to find their future field of specialization for their masters degree.
This professional period enables our students to gain valuable experience and better define their carreer plans.
Interactive and Participative Learning Methods
All courses include debates, oral presentations and discussions between students and teachers on global issues.
Organization of Studies
Initial training of 1,295 hours of classes over 3 years.
Two full time terms from October to June: 180 credits (everything included)
While explaining each historical phase of this world, we will attempt to place ourselves in an encompassing perspective. The principal aim of this module is to place Latin America in the context of development of current globalization
POL205 Geopolitics : South-East Asia
This course is both general and methodological with a specific topic treated in each session in order to improve skills of reflection, presentation and expression of students (ex: demographical issues in Eastern Asia, , piracy in South-East Asia, Myanmar : A Mafia State ?).
There will be two major focal points:
Firstly, the evolution of international exchange as well as key concepts of specialization and competitiveness will be studied. In this context, business policies are understood by studying in particular the theory of protection (analysis of custom laws, informed protection, tariff-free barriers), and current problems inherent to the WTO.
The second point concerns the internationalization of production in the context of the globalization of companies. The phenomenon of multinational companies and the decisive factors of direct foreign investments are tackled.
After reflecting on the company’s goals, environment and organization, the different workings of the company and it’s management, are tackled. Then the techniques used to help decision-making are outlined. Finally, the different methods of diagnosis are specified, they will allow the enterprise to make a strategic choice (external management) and to be equipped with a structure and procedures to carry through this strategy (internal management).
The legal regime of every type of company is thus deployed in areas ranging from free contracts to highly reglemented institutionalization, and from contracts to statute. This is clear if we take the example of the two most typical forms of company: civil and anonymous. By comparing the fundamental principles of their making, their exercise and their extinction, the debate on the contractual and statutory legal nature of the company is clearly illustrated (I. – A comparison of two legal business structures). The grouping of companies and their internal relations illustrate the particularity of Company Law which combines contractual freedom demands and legal security. (II – The particular relations of business groups). The arrival of the Anglo-American concept of Corporate Governance which appeared in Financial Security Law on August 1st 2003, finally reformulated the question in the context of the growing globalization factor in Company Law.
The first part of the module is devoted to the study of the international legal « ability » of the European Union: in particular, to explain the international legal ability of the European Union and the way in which this is structured with the competences of member States. Next, this international competence is analyzed and in particular how the EU is represented internationally and the international character of policies put in place by the EU.
The second part is devoted to the « practical » study of the international role of the European Union.
The EU, in fact, maintains, bilateral relations with numerous countries, as well as multilateral relations with different international organisations: these relations should be studied to better understand the role of the European Union.
To illustrate these theoretical developments, there will be weekly presentations on major legal concepts: objective and subjective laws, public law and private law, property rights, legal acts and facts, the application of the law in days of old, the main principles of civil procedure, the matter at hand, the burden of proof and eligibility of proof etc., allowing students to place methodological viewpoints along side the daily application of the law.
– is the firm profitable?
– does it have a satisfactory financial balance? (with the state of the Treasury as a consequence)
– is the firm solvent? (can it face it‘s current liabilities with it’s available assets ?)
– finally, is it too dependant on banks in terms of financing ?
Profitability is made clear by the income statement and sales. Financial balance is measured through the balance sheet (the calculation of the global net working capital funds, etc.), solvency is understood by the ratio of liquid assets, and finally financial independence results in the calculation of some particular ratios and the ability to self-finance.
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