- Three-year college diploma or university degree in any discipline
- Proof of English proficiency
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Graduates or existing professionals who wish to enhance their understanding of global markets, in order to build careers with multi-national organizations or work in another countries should strongly consider at least a certification course in international business management.
Boundaries are disappearing. All thanks to information and internet technologies, growing distribution networks and intricate supply chains. The whole world is a market and businesses have customers around the world. Businesses, in some or other way, are impacted by international influences. Language, culture, interests, political systems, economic situations and social factors influence a company’s business and its policies and business practices.
Employers are constantly looking for professionals who have in-depth understanding of global economic and business practices and are prepared for any facet of the business world. They must possess a thorough understanding of the impact that culture has on the economy of a country.
Apart from this, they are expected to possess strong communication, interpersonal, critical thinking, problem solving and analytical skills. They must also be able to use computer and internet technology.
Studying International Business Management
A post-graduate certification program in international business provides graduates or existing professionals with specialized career expertise, technical knowledge and skills, as well as practical experience, allowing them to start or further their careers. They will study specialized international business courses in finance, marketing, law, entrepreneurship and corporate social responsibility.
This specialized course includes tough real business case studies of the best companies of the world and helping them understand how diverse countries work together and how companies operate in different regions. They also discover the impact of culture on economy and business practices.
Students of this program are prepared for the challenges of today’s complex global business environment. They study a wide range of subjects, including business communications, international banking and finance, global logistics, international entrepreneurship, global business research and analysis, international business law, comparative geopolitical systems, corporate social responsibility, international business development and international marketing.
The program makes an extensive use of case studies, project-based learning and simulations and focuses on developing skills in project management, report writing, team work, communication and presentation. In addition, the experiential learning opportunity provides them with hands-on experience working in a real world business setting. They get a chance to apply their learning into practice and gain relevant industry contacts.
Available Career Paths
The international business management program leads graduates to diverse career paths. They may work as customs brokers, export/import coordinators, trade representatives, foreign investment and risk analysts, logistics support assistants, commercial bank officers, foreign investment and risk analysts, international marketing representatives or international development assistants with organizations operating across various industries.
Graduates also have an opportunity to continue their studies by applying their academic credits towards a Master’s degree with university partners. This will help them upgrade their knowledge and skills in international business and avail more advanced career opportunities.
In order to apply to this program, individuals will need:
Those who have completed partial university degree or college diploma can also apply to this program. However, for this, they will need at least two years of work experience relevant to this program.