To understand international business is to understand the global business environment, global competition, free trade, and the imperative quality. These firms are groups of highly skilled, experienced professionals offering practical, cost-effective assistance to companies committed to maximizing revenue and profit potential through accelerated international growth. In management of the international business, embracing the cultural diversity of the country may or may not bring success, but not doing so will surely increase the chances of stagnation or failure.
A nation’s culture and social forces can restrict international business activities. Graduates will gain a sound theoretical grounding in the area of International Business and develop a range of analytical and personal skills. You will learn how cross-cultural differences influence the structure of management systems and operational functions in the wide variety of international business activities undertaken by multinational firms.
The use of national income accounting also enables a country to find out the market value of goods and services manufactured in the country for a specific time period. Even a degree in any management-related field that can instill some basic management skills and teach the workings of corporate world, will surely help.
Business Research is a two-year, English-language master’s programme that starts in September. The International Business Companies are exempted from local corporate taxation and stamp duty, with the condition that, it should not engage into any local business.
Not only do people from different countries speak many different languages, there are always cultural differences that must be taken into consideration. In the International Laws programme, you’ll combine courses from our Globalisation and Law and European Law School programmes with training in two foreign languages.