International Trade Diploma

Major Description

  • International Trade/Exports Management program was designed for executives and entrepreneurs aiming at penetrating the arena of international trade specially exports sector. The program was designed to equip the executives with the professional tools to cope with the challenges of interaction between local and international markets. The program covers the different marketing, managerial and entrepreneurial aspects of international trade with a special focus on the exports processes.

Course Description

  1. International Trade
    • This course presents an overview of international trade theory and policy. The purpose is to explain how economic theory and policy analysis can help the student to understand the economic opportunities and challenges of international trade.
  2. Exports & Imports Processes and Logistics
    • The course examines the different legal, documentation, financial and marketing aspects of importing and exporting commodities and services activities.
  3. International Business
    • This course provides the student with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the dominant themes, problems and theories of international business. The course explores the cultural, political, legal, financial, competitive, and physical environments in which international business must operate.
  4. International Marketing
    • The objective of the course is to enable students to achieve an overview and understanding of international marketing as a managerial challenge. The emphasis is on analysis of world markets, their respective consumers and environments, and the marketing management required to meet the demands of true world markets in a dynamic setting. Throughout the course, the students will develop the required skills in accessing competitive challenges and opportunities confronting today’s international marketers and formulating international marketing strategies.
  5. International Business Law
    • This course highlights the significance of international law as a key factor in negotiations, contracting, trade agree men I considering that national and international boundaries are constantly changing and that trade increasingly is conducted 0 an international scale.
    • The course primarily concerns the legal aspects of international trade to explain the main elements and principles (international commercial transactions and the interrelation between the various contracts.
    • Involved, such as the contracts (sale, carriage, insurance and financing. In this context, commercial practice in the form of generally accepted international principles as well as different standard contracts, clauses and rules are given particular attention. Special regard is also given to international licensing.
  6. International Finance
    • This course analyzes financial problems corporations face that result from operating in an international environment. Major topics covered are corporate strategy and the decision to invest abroad, forecasting exchange rates, international portfolio diversification, managing exchange risk, taxation issues, cost of capital and financial structure in the multinational firm, and sources of financing.