Rules, regulations, government policy and the diversity of cultures and consumer needs and preferences all impact on how companies do business across borders.
International business skills are in high demand. These skills incorporate ethics, sensitivity and responsiveness to local cultures in new and diverse markets, while at the same time providing the planning, decision-making and strategic management these highly competitive operations need.
The international business environment is explored across a range of business disciplines, including accounting, finance, logistics, management and marketing.
Postgraduate study in international business is designed for those seeking to understand the additional complexity of international business compared to domestic business activities. The program builds specific knowledge and skills in international business relevant to global business needs, and also provides the opportunity to include studies in allied business disciplines and languages.
The course includes studies of global business operations, cross-cultural communication and negotiation, applied risk management, regional specialisations-topics which are highly relevant to international business in today's complex and competitive environment.
Entry Domestic February and July International February and July (not available part time)
An undergraduate degree or equivalent in any field with an overall minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 4.0 (on a 7 point scale).English language requirementsIn addition to the above academic entry requirements, standard English language requirements apply.
Recipient: Queensland University of Technology
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