Master International Trade

Master International Trade

A Master’s in International Trade will allow students to examine the exchange of capital goods and services between countries. This means not only looking at various economic factors, but also at the important social and political factors which interplay with trading. It also gives students the opportunity to either further your understanding of a question or take off in a completely different way using skills they have gained from their previous undergraduate degree.

A Master’s in International Trade is designed for those students who wish to broaden their international perspective on trade and go deeper into the histories and cultures of many countries. It is also designed for those who are seeking careers as diplomats, working in foreign policy, international business, and other careers.

Through the Master’s in International Trade program, students will be able to analyze, manage and control business plans from an international perspective.

Through the Master’s in International Trade program students will be able to:

  • Develop their international perspective on trade and go deeper into the histories and cultures of many countries.
  • Analyze, manage, and control business plans from an international perspective.
  • Examine the exchange of capital goods and services between countries, not only looking at various economic factors, but also at the important social and political factors which interplay with trading.
  • Develop their international and multicultural communication skills and negotiations.
  • Identify, communicate, and deliver value in international contexts.

The Master in International Trade is accessible in the 1st. Year to students who have completed their Bachelor Degree or similar degrees with a condition of an approval of an academic committee. Admission to this Internatio- nal Trade Program is strictly, but not limited to students who have completed their Bachelor Degree, License in International Commerce, or Management and economics degree. It may also include some other similar specializa- tion with a conditional approval of an academic committee. Applicants will have to take a written as well as an oral test before a scholarly commission responsible for assessing their eligibility and motivation to be part of the program.

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SEMESTRECOURSE TITLE

S7Business statistics & Research Methodology

Financial Analysis

Marketing Strategy

International Business Law / Corporate Governance

Emerging Markets and Economic Development

Business Communication I in Spanish

S8E-Commerce

Strategic Management

Marketing B to B

International Market Entry & Development Strategies

Managing a global workforce

Business Communication II in Spanish

S9International Finance and ways of Payment

International Logistics & Sourcing

International Trade Negotiation

International Transportation Law

Management Control

Project Management

S10Professional Manager Specialist Internship & Thesis defence

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