MODULE GUIDE ASSESSMENT International Investment Analysis Composition of module mark (including weighting of components) 100% Coursework as follows: Individual presentation for Country Analysis (30%) End of Course Assessment is a Report (70%) Learning Outcomes LO1. Demonstrate an awareness and understanding of the theories, tools and instruments for making corporate financial decisions in an international context. LO2. Make informed investment decisions based on the outcome of external and international environment analyses. LO3. Appreciate the importance and potential uses of international financial markets, and be able to apply this knowledge in business situations. LO4. Identify and understand the potential risks and uncertainties facing firms that operate in the international environment and be to suggest solutions and the financial tools that can be used to minimize these problems. Method of Assessment The intended learning outcomes will be assessed as follows: Individual presentation (30%) Country Analysis Presentation in 15 minutes Analyze the macro and micro environment of a chosen foreign country from the following list and discuss its potential risks and opportunities offered to businesses. Students are required to identify a sector which has great potential to enter. ??£ Pakistan ??£ Cambodia ??£ Vatican ??£ Jamaica ??£ Colombia ??£ Ghana ??£ Iran Students are encouraged to record presentation and retain as evidence. End of Course Assessment Report (70%) Maximum 2,500 words. Students will be expected to research and present a coherent argument and in depth analysis for setting up a new company/ a subsidiary of an existing UK based transnational corporation entering/ investing in one of the above mentioned countries. A cash flow projection and a discounted cash flow valuation should also be performed as part of the analysis. Students are particularly encouraged to develop in depth international investment analysis based on their chosen sector and country which they have identified through the individual presentation for the first assignment. Students will have to identify opportunities and risks facing the firm operating in an international environment, and find relevant tools and solutions for minimising such risks. Students need to develop in depth international investment analysis which focuses on the challenge of international financial management using relevant concepts from Knowledgecast.