It’s not like the IB Economics Paper 1 exam as the Business Paper 1 exam has an extra section for HL students to answer while SL students only need to answer two sections.
While I did SL myself, these tips should ideally be of use to both HL and SL students since they refer more to the methods and mindset of the exam itself.
The module will also leverage local guest speakers from industry and government, as well as site visits.
Digital Opportunites – Insights from the Start-up Nation This elective considers the characteristics of the digital economy and digital technologies, and how these create both global and local opportunities for entrepreneurs, in the start-up nation of Tel Aviv.
Case studies and group activities will be used to strengthen your conceptual, analytical and problem-solving skills.
You will complete your core modules, which provide the mathematical and computational foundations of analytics in the first year of your programme.This post about the IB Business Paper 1 exam is quite lengthy.This post is all about the IB Business Paper 1 exam. I highly advise studying that case study very carefully.As well as considering those industries such as software, telecommunications, music, and other forms of digital content and services that have already seen significant entrepreneurial activity, we also investigate the entrepreneurial opportunities provided by emerging digital technologies such as Internet of Things, blockchain and artificial intelligence.The module features several guest speakers from industry and the academy, who will leverage the local context to provide rich and meaningful insight into the digital opportunities in Israel as well as providing a global perspective.Our two year, part-time MSc Business Analytics (online delivery, part-time) is modelled on our full-time on-campus programme with an almost exact replica of the curriculum.It allows you to graduate with the same programme certificate, without interrupting your career.But the decline of the oceans is not just a business problem – it’s an existential threat to hundreds of millions of people in developing and middle-income countries who depend upon the sea for their livelihoods.A response by governments and businesses to the task of conserving and responsibly using marine resources is beginning to emerge.The IB Glocal Electives are intensive study abroad programmes led by Imperial College Business School faculty to teach students how to explore contemporary global business problems with a local perspective.These electives are intended for students who want to enrich their academic curriculum with a stimulating experience, as well as gain a deeper insight into international issues in a particular geographic area.