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Innovation in Assessment Methods for the Course of International Business Etiquette

Yuxiu  Yu


This paper aims to study the innovation of assessment methods for international business etiquette courses. Traditional assessment methods place too much emphasis on theoretical knowledge and lack practical ability cultivation. To make up for this deficiency, this study proposes a practical assessment method to better evaluate students' application abilities in international business scenarios. The new assessment methods include role-playing, case analysis, and on-site visits. Through role-playing, students can simulate business scenarios, cultivate communication skills and team cooperation abilities. Case analysis requires students to analyze real business cases and propose solutions to cultivate their ability to identify and solve problems. On site visits allow students to visit companies or participate in international business activities, experiencing and applying the knowledge of business etiquette firsthand.


International Business Etiquette; Assessment methods; Application capability

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/fm.v8i5.10347