Master's Degree in International Trade in Italy

Compare Masters Programs in International Trade in Italy 2018/2019

International Trade

A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.

An education focusing on international trade may give students the skills and information needed to tackle some of the common challenges in careers in this field. These often include the positions of trade specialist, compliance analyst, business development associate and import specialist.

Italy, officially the Italian Republic, is a unitary parliamentary republic within the European Union, located in Southern Europe. To the north, it borders France, Switzerland, Austria, and Slovenia along the Alps.

Top Master Programs in International Trade in Italy 2018/2019

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Master in International Business Management

GEMA Business School
Campus Full time Open Enrollment Italy Rome

The professional figure trained by the Programme will know how to do market analyses, prepare and monitor plans for marketing and communication and for commercial development abroad (also considering the possible multicultural dynamics in the various target countries), and develop skills in sales and e-commerce techniques, and will also have effectively improved their language skills: all the lessons on the Master’s programme’s central themes are held in English, allowing students to perfect their technical and language skills at the same time. [+]

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The Master Program in International Export Management is designed and promoted by GEMA Business School and is a modular postgraduate program designed to train a new generation of Export managers and International marketing managers, able to drive companies and businesses to expand their market shares in international markets by:

increasing the number of countries where products/services are sold, especially in fast-growing markets; increasing the number of product/service lines sold in international markets in tune with the structure of local demand; adopting new distribution strategies to get “closer to the customer” in international markets (e.g. commercial branches, joint venture, local production). ... [-]