Foreign Trade Training Center "FTTC" and Arab Academy for Science & Technology, Graduate School of Business "AAGSB", teamed together to offer MBA in International Markets. This Program contains eight specialized courses in international markets and export promotion in addition to eight core courses to cover different disciplines in economics , accounting, marketing and management sciences
How will you benefit
At the end of the course , participants will be expected to gain the following:
Identifying the main global trends needed for export professionals.
Analyzing country attractiveness, as well as potential export markets.
Understanding and analyzing various methodologies and new management practices for handling problems and issues of global culture understanding and their impacts on exports.
Improving global management skills required for export practices.
AAGSB degree programs are accredited locally & internationally from all recognized bodies including the Egyptian Supreme Council for Universities.
Your Business understands the value of retaining to talents. Professional development is absolutely vital for the executives who have increasing responsibilities. This MBA "International Markets" is the best investment you can make in your people, obtaining by return an executive who is ready to meet the changes of the globalization process.
Who Should Attend
Professionals with at least one year of working experience. MBA International Trade goes not require any specific prior experience in the areas covered. Subjects are introduced progressively so as to be accessible to students from varying backgrounds.
Duration and schedule
Four semesters to be implemented over two years, Fridays and Saturdays every other week with executive schedule adapted to employed personnel and businessmen.
The Program Structure
The program has the following courses with three credit hours for each:
Specialized Courses (24 credit hours)
This course examines the international aspects of financial mangements. The course focuses on mechanics of foreign exchange, foreign exchange markets, and the management of exchange risk.
This course presents an overview of international aspects of international trade theory and policy. The purpose is to explain how economic theory and policy analysis can help the student understand the economic opportunities can challenges the world will face in the future.
Export and Import Procedures & Logistics
The course examines the different legal, documentation, financial and marketing aspects of importing commodities and services activities.
Export and Import Marketing Research
By this course , students will develop the necessary skills to implement real-world market research of marketing opportunities are among the subjects covered, including research, design, date collection and analysis and reporting.
This Course provides the student with a deeper understanding and application of the dominant themes, problems and theories of international business. The course explores the cultures, political, legal, financial, competitive and physical environment in which international business must operate.
Global Supply Chain
This course aims to provide the student with an overview of the world trade and trading patterns, with the associated theoretical underpinnings.
The course provides an overview of international marketing as managerial challenges. Analyzing 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.
International Business Law
The course tackles law as it applies to international business transaction in the global political legal environment, studies interrelationship among laws of differnt countries and the legal effects on indivduals and business organizations.
Core Courses (24 credit hours)
This course demonstrated the basics and essential skills for management, such as supervision , delegatiom, negotiation, team building , and communication skills. It also gives an introduction to all functions of business as Finance, Marketing, HR,etc.
Accounting & Financial Reporting
Design as introduction to financial and managerial accounting. While techniques of data collection are given, the emphasis is on using accounting information for decision making.
This course provides a background in principles of economics theories which attempts to analyze human economics behavior on the micro levels, and concentrates in the international economic environment of the business.
The course describes the fundamental principles of descriptive statistics to understand statistical process control. Focusing in how to use this statistical techniques in studying variation trends and cause variation in international business.
Human Resources Management
Considered as the fuel of development process , the HR Management course contents a survey of the field: covering planning, recruitment selection, performance evaluation, training and development and labor relations.
Introductory course to marketing management with principles and concepts applicable to all enterprises. The marketing management process and the analysis of marketing opportunities are among the subjects covered.
Introductory course on financial management of no-financial corporations. Emphasis will be placed on financial analysis and background and international finance issues.
The management of productive resources is a key element in the improvement of business productivity and to provide values that customers require. This course will provide a set of skills that will allow to design and control of systems responsible for the productive use of the business resources.
10,000 L.E. per semester.
10,000 L.E. per semester.
Please , request an application for from FTTC (100 L.E.).
For More Information , Contact
Manal S. Moghaieb , Senior Training Specialist .
FTTC - Programs Department .