In the context of growing globalization, businesses are looking for employees who can do more than one job and have an international outlook. Our aim is to prepare you to assist businesses in their international development with a sound understanding of cultural differences and their importance in selling, buying, transportation, and finance. National Diploma Our Master’s course will immerse you in the heart of international trade as explained by people who are experiencing it on a daily basis. You will acquire a comprehensive strategic vision of the global world while gaining awareness of how your actions can impact the balanced development of our planet. Your command of foreign languages and your cultural sensitivity will prove considerable professional assets.

Degree program:

  • Master’s 1 & 2: 100% of courses taught in English

Practice of International Management: Strategic Management, Intercultural communication, Supply Chain Management, Finance, International Negotiation, International Human Resources International Purchasing, Trade financing, Marketing, Strategy Partnership, etc.

Management: Strategic marketing management, project management, etc.

Business Environment: International trade and production, Globalization & culture, International Trade Law, Corporate Social Responsibility & sustainable development, Social Entrepreneurship, etc.

Languages: English and business communication, TOEIC preparation, Second Language

Professional Skills Modules: Business game, Groundwork for foreign placement, Professional synthesis, Thesis, etc.


Master’s 1: September to March: Courses // April to July: Internship

Master’s 2: September to May: Part-time training period / Part-time at the University May to July: Internship OR September to March: Courses // April to July: Internship

International Business Careers

INTERNATIONAL MANAGER: You oversee a company's global operations. You have a keen understanding of the company's needs abroad as well as the cultural, political and operational challenges and opportunities of foreign markets.

PURCHASING MANAGER: You buy products for organizations to use or resell. You evaluate suppliers, negotiate contracts, and review product quality. Other examples: Sales Support Coordinator, Export Manager, Global Sourcing Project Manager, Key Account Manager, Project Analyst test2

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Last updated November 7, 2018
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