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BUSI1602, Global Business and Sustainability 2017-18 19 5. Assessment Details 5.1 Summary of assessment Assessment Title Weight towards final grade Length Due Date Anonymous Submission Required? Anticipated Return Date A: Essay on your chosen topic 50% 3000 words 19thNov 2017 Yes TBC B1: Group Presentation based on progress of Country Market Entry Analysis (Group Based) 20% 20 Minutes 12thDec 2017 No TBC B2: Reflection Report (Individual based) 30% 1500 words 18thDec 2017 Yes TBC 5.2 Rules for anonymous submission and marking: The University has adopted anonymous marking on most courses, as research shows that this is the fairest and most equitable approach for all students. Therefore, unless instructed by the course leader to use a non-anonymous approach for a particular reason, you are required to ensure you do not include your nameanywhere on your work, i.e. it must not appear on the front of the document, in the text, in headers and footers etc. In addition, you must ensure that the file that you upload is only identified by ID number and does not have a name that can identify you. When you upload in TurnItIn you will be asked to give your submission a title –again DO NOT use your own name in this title.
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