Jindal Global University International Experience
Two Week Online International Immersion
10-21 January 2022
BEX3725 / BEX5725 Engaging with International Business - Perspectives on the India-Australia relationship
This unit may count as a capstone or an elective unit in your undergraduate or postgraduate degree.
The IBUS-International Business Experience is a two week online international immersion experience, created in collaboration by Jindal Global Business School and Monash University. Students will come together to explore the India-Australian relationship from a wide range of perspectives.
Students will participate in sessions offered by the Jindal Global Business School, which will include engaging in experiential learning activities, and experiencing first hand accounts of industry perspectives shared by guest speakers from organisations such as KPMG India, FCB India, Craftizen Foundation etc. Monash students will gain wonderful opportunities to network, develop team building skills and work collaboratively together with students from Jindal Global University in India. They will also enjoy a range of fun socio-cultural activities over the two weeks of the program.
Monash Business School will check with your Course Director (PG) or Course Advisor (UG) whether there is room in your program structure to enrol in this unit and whether you can count it as a capstone unit or as an elective.
Students will explore the India-Australia relationship from a wide range of perspectives to enhance their global outlook.
- Business, society and government
- Diversity of consumer behaviour
- Digital markets and competition
- The entrepreneurial landscape
- Common global concerns - social inequalities; climate change impacts
- Historic architecture and heritage
- Cross-cultural workshops - education, sports, entertainment, cuisines
- Application Deadline: 28 November 2021
- Decision Date: 3 December 2021
- Start Date: 10 January 2022
- End Date: 21 January 2022
|January 2022||13:30 - 15:00 (AEDT)||15:30-16:00||16:30 - 18:00 (AEDT)|
|Friday 7th||Subject overview and preparation day||Break||Lecture: Overview of Indian economy|
|Monday 10th||Ice-Breaker session||Break||Welcome Ceremony Lecture: Overview of India- Australia relationship|
(Jindal School of International Affairs)
(Partner KPMG India)
Consumer Behaviour insights and Trends|
(Jindal Global Business School)
(Chief Strategy Officer, FCB India)
(Jindal Global Business School)
(Founder Craftizen Foundation)
Digital Markets and Competition|
(Jindal Global Law School)
(Bain & Co)
Common Global Concerns: Social Inequalities in India|
(Jindal School of Government and Public Policy)
(ED, Kerala Social Security Mission)
|Tuesday 18th||Do-It-Together||Break||Social/Cultural Activity: Unity in Diversity: Cultures, Religions, Sports, Cuisines, Music, Dance|
|Wednesday 19th||Social/Cultural Activity: Arts and Culture (Jindal School of Art and Architecture)||Break||Do-It-Together|
|Thursday 20th||Do-It-Together||Break||Social/Cultural Activity: Education|
|Friday 21st||Social/Cultural Activity: Mazdoor Mandi, Kapashera and Craftsmen||Break||Do-It-Together|
* Proposed schedule only. Sessions and speakers may be subject to change, to accommodate schedule preferences etc.
You will be charged standard Monash fees according to your verified funding status for Monash units. This fee will appear on your Monash Fee Statement.
There are no additional program costs for this unit
Questions may be directed to the Global Programs and Partnerships team via Monash Connect.
This unit is offered on a first come first served basis and is open to both undergraduate and postgraduate Monash Business School students. There are no prerequisites or eligibility criteria required in order to enrol in this unit.
Please Note: The number of places in the unit are capped and so once filled, you will not be able to enrol in the unit.
Successful applicants will be enrolled into either BEX3725 (undergraduate) or BEX5725 (postgraduate).
Within semester assessment: 100%
|Assessment Task||Due Date||Value|
|1. Group presentation||January 28, 2022||40%|
|2. Individual Case Analysis||February 4, 2022||30%|
|3. Individual Reflective Journal/Essay||February 14, 2022||30%|
A student’s final mark is normally the sum of the marks obtained in all of the individual assessment items in the unit. The individual assessment pieces will be different between the undergraduate and postgraduate cohorts.