The MBA students objective

International Trade Finance notes for MBA

EPGDITFO is an intensive and customized program which provides the required depth to engage in International Business Operations including detailed financial aspects. In today’s dynamic global business environment which exposes firms to lot of operational and financial risks, the program integrates all such international operational issues on the one hand and the financial aspects on the other. The program is specially designed to cater the needs of professionals who are working in direct and indirect areas related to Foreign Trade Operation and Financing including Bankers, Trade and Finance professionals.
The program is offered by one of the most reputed business schools in the country, and the only one in the top league to focus on International Business in its flagship full-time MBA program.

Program Objectives

  • Provides in depth understanding of international business management concepts across different functional areas.
  • Provide integrated perspective of International Trade and Financial Operations.
  • Develop skills to mitigate financial risks in International Operations.
  • Provide opportunities to develop detailed plan of action in International Trade and Financial Environment.

Program Highlights

  • Highly structured programme with pre-defined course structure, session plans, evaluations and assignment schedules On-campus sessions at the beginning of every trimester (6 days each)
  • Total duration of the programme is 700 hours ( Programme includes - IOL hours + On Campus sessions+ Research Papers + Port Visit + Tutorials)
  • Special focus on design and development of study material with a blend of theoretical and practical inputs
  • High level of interaction between faculty and participants and within the participants themselves
  • Emphasis on facilitating learning and application to business context through pre-work/ post work/tutorials and industry guest lectures

Major in Finance or International Business?

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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The basic functions of the Department of the Treasury include:
Managing federal finances;
Collecting taxes, duties and monies paid to and due to the U.S. and paying all bills of the U.S.;
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Managing government accounts and the United States public debt;
Supervising national banks and thrift institutions;
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I said ""Historically, the U.S. has almost always produced surpluses, so exports of ag products have almost always served to balance our international trade as well as finance other domestic programs and imports - until recently." You say wrong, then cite an example that shows I'm right. "The northern states were developing manufacturing skills, and the southern states were extremely dependent upon agriculture, which also included the use of slaves.". Well, slavery and the great compromise have nothing to do with the fact that the new U.S. was then, a net exporter of ag products. And, who the hell do you think the South was selling their cotton to? They were selling it to the English fabric mills, that's who

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