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Final Assessment (2 cr)

Code: HBIB0006-3006

General information


01.08.2023 - 24.08.2024


28.08.2023 - 20.05.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

2 op

Mode of delivery



School of Business

Teaching languages

  • English

Degree programmes

  • Bachelor's Degree Programme in International Business


  • Shabnamjit Hundal
  • Pia Kreus
  • Piotr Krawczyk
  • Sunday Olaleye
  • Murat Akpinar
  • Juha Saukkonen
  • Matti Hirsilä
  • Jay Panjwani
  • Barbara Crawford


  • HBI21S1
    Degree Programme in International Business
  • HBI20S1
    Bachelor's Degree Programme in International Business


To assess your development during your studies in each of the competences of the IB bachelor's degree programme.


Final assessment is the final task in the studies where you self-assess your professional development through the lens of the programme’s competences. By bringing concrete evidences from the studies, you demonstrate how you have developed in each competence of the programme. This task complements the earlier assessment of the competences in the courses, projects, practical training, and the bachelor’s thesis, and thus contributes to quality assurance in assessment. The competences are as follows.

1. Learning to learn
You develop a critical and analytical mindset that helps you to study and review existing knowledge in the light of relevant learning resources and learning methods; incentivizes you to acquire new knowledge; and develops your intellectual capabilities to seek conclusions and draw inferences in various contexts.

2. Proactive development
You develop solutions in the light of current as well as anticipated situations and challenges in business by applying knowledge, critical reasoning and analytical skills. You ensure that these solutions are feasible, relevant, creative, user-friendly, and sustainable as well as underline active cooperation amongst different actors.

3. Internationality and multiculturalism
You work in multicultural and international environments and networks in order to develop knowledge and communication skills as well as develop empathy and appreciation for other cultures. You communicate responsibly and effectively in English through written, verbal, non-verbal, and digital formats individually as well as as a team member in diverse settings.

4. Ethics
You benchmark and demonstrate ethical and responsible conduct according to the well-established principles, norms, and best practices laid down by relevant national and international bodies and organisations.

5. Operating in a workplace
You promote and reflect upon personal and professional learning in order to enhance your career development.

6. Sustainable development
You develop an understanding, vision, and appreciation for sustainability that affect personal, and professional lives, local communities, and global society at large. You study and explore linkages between multiple aspects of sustainability and business.

7. Responsible international business management
You develop your intellectual capabilities to seek conclusions and draw inferences in an international environment to become a responsible manager. You develop creative and insightful solutions to solve complex business problems both in the present and the future with explicit emphasis on local and international standards of ethics, responsibility, and sustainability and implications for various stakeholders.

Oppimateriaali ja suositeltava kirjallisuus

The programme's intended learning outcomes (ILOs).

Teaching methods

You do the self-assessment based on instructions provided in the course's virtual learning environment (Moodle IB General workspace) as per the intended learning outcomes (ILOs) of the programme.
You arrange a face-to-face discussion with your teacher tutor.

Employer connections

There is no internship or working life connection.

Exam schedules

The date of the face-to-face meeting is to be agreed upon with your teacher tutor.

International connections

There are no international connections.

Vaihtoehtoiset suoritustavat

You have the right to apply for recognition of your studies if you have prior learning (e.g. university studies completed elsewhere) that can be accredited towards the degree you are currently completing.

The recognition of prior learning is possible in three primary ways: accreditation (replacement or inclusion), recognition of informal learning and studification. More precise info: JAMK Degree Regulations, section 17.

Student workload

Self-assessment of own development throughout the studies according to the programme's intended learning outcomes (ILOs) 27 hours
Writing the report and presentation / discussion 27 hours

Content scheduling

There is no need for content scheduling.

Further information

Written assignment, discussion with teacher tutor

Evaluation scale


Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Final assessment is pass (S) or fail.
Pass (S): You have developed yourself during the studies according to the IB bachelor programme's competences. You are able to self-assess your development with the aid of good evidences from your studies.


You should have completed all requirements of the programme.