MBA Research Projects

International Trade Finance MBA

Aims of Programme
* Mastering particular knowledge related to international trade concepts and practices
* Developing competence in international import/export domains
* Understanding organizational structures of international firms and businesses
* Providing insights to international marketing strategies

Prospects for students after graduation
* Trading companies, on the national, regional and international level
* Import/export business and departments in all sectors
* Logistics and purchasing companies with operations and activity worldwide
* Sales and services companies

Ipag MBA programmes offer a valued opportunity for students and professionals to learn and enrich their knowledge in the fields of business and management in todays dynamic and competitive world. These international MBA programmes, all in English, suit students and professionals who either already possess a general knowledge in business or intend to start and pursue their career in business and
management.

Each of the 6 programmes includes two types of modules: Core Modules and Specialisation Modules. The Core Modules, accumulating 25 ECTS credits, help students to develop their knowledge and understanding in general business
and management. The Core Modules include both intensive theory concepts and pragmatic experiences, enriched with a vision of global business practices and strategies.

The Specialisation Modules, accumulating 15 ECTS credits, provide students with detailed education and skills in fields pertaining to business and management interests, priorities, sectors and geographical zones. The modules make use of actual business settings and case studies, with strategies to deal with initiatives and
arising issues.

Contents

Core courses
* Human Resources Management (3 credits)
* Business Marketing (3 credits)
* Knowledge and Information Management (3 credits)
* Cross-Cultural Understanding and Management (3 credits)
* Negotiations, Leadership and Communication Skills (3 credits)
* International Business Law (3 credits)
* Business Financial Management (3 credits)
* Global Risk Management (3 credits)
* Methodology and Research (1 credit)

Specialization courses
* Incoterms (3 credits)
* Import/Export, Purchasing and Logistics (3 credits)
* Globalization Corporation Organization (3 credits)
* International Business Advertising (3 credits)
* E-commerce Development (3 credits)

Funding

Bank Loans

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by Sugei

Hello everyone, I am transfering soon to Cal Poly Pomona. I recently finished up an A.S. in Business Management-International Business/Trade and all the lower electives that I could transfer.
So now I am thinking of majoring in either Finance (With a concentration in Multinational Corp) or Intl Bus and minoring in one or the other.
A few things; First of all, I would like to have a career where I can work in or travel to other countries. Especially Japan/China/Korea. I was in the Air Force for 5 years and spent my last two years in Tokyo and loved it.
Second, I really don't want to end up in some sort of sales job

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Managing federal finances;
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Producing all postage stamps, currency, and coinage;
Managing government accounts and the United States public debt;
Supervising national banks and thrift institutions;
Advising on domestic and international financial, monetary, economic, trade and tax policy – fiscal policy being the sum of these, and the ultimate responsibility of Congress

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