MBA IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS IN THANE MUMBAIINTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & ENGINEERING
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Frequent Asked Questions
· What are the objectives of this course?
The MBA is a terminal degree and a professional degree. Accreditation bodies specifically for MBA programs ensure consistency and quality of education. Business schools in many countries offer programs tailored to full-time, part-time, executive, and distance learning students, many with specialized concentrations.
· Who is it intended for?
· What marks this course apart?
he Master in International Business is a master's degree designed to develop the capabilities and resources of managers in the global economy. It is ideal for those seeking to establish or accelerate a career in international business. The origins of this type of program go back to the creation in 1946 of the American Institute of Foreign Trade, known today as Thunderbird School of Global Management, in Glendale, Arizona. Thunderbird's program was referred to as a Master of International Management until 2000, when it adopted the MBA in Global Management denomination. The structure of the program combined international business, international political economy, and learning of languages and world cultures. Other similar programs are now offered by a range of business schools under a variety of denominations. Emphasizing the practical application of specialized knowledge, the program equips management with skills tailored to the international business environment. The Master in International Business focuses on strategic planning for international operations and provides an in-depth understanding of the organizational capabilities required for international operations, including specialized functions such as international marketing, finance and human resource management. Master in international business degrees also include classes that address topics such as imports and exports and intercultural communication. The degree may be thought of as an MBA with a particular focus on multinational corporations
· What happens after requesting information?
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What you'll learn on the course
International Business Law
Teachers and trainers (1)
- International Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis
- Budgeting and Controlling
- Corporate Finance
- International Financial Risk Management
- Microeconomics of Competitiveness (Harvard Business School Course)
- Strategic Management
- Project Management
- Supply Chain Management
- Managing Technology and Innovations
- Marketing Management
- International Marketing
- Strategic Marketing and Planning
- Managing Information Systems
- Intercultural and Ethical Issues in International Business
- Managing People and Organizations
- International Negotiation
- Introduction to International Business
- The Legal Environment of International Business
- Global Business Operations
- Global Trade Relations
- Non-French speakers will study French (beginners to advanced level). French speakers may choose from a number of other languages at beginner’s level.