Seoul, South Korea
Area of Study
Taught In English
International Trade students first
Course Level Recommendations
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Hours & Credits
You will learn definitions, tools, strategies, and functions of international business. Personal competencies essential for success in the global business environment are stressed. Thus, enhancement of investigative, oral and written communication and analytical skills is sought.
This course is taught in a Socratic method and uses case studies and current events to generate an understanding of the theory, process and contemporary conduct of international business.
Politics, economics, and culture around international business
Leveraging resources and capabilties
Dealing with foreign exchange
Global and regional integration
Entering foreign markets
Managing global competitive dynamics
Making alliances and acquisitions work
Strategizing around the world
International marketing, SCM, HR, Finance managment
International CSR management
Courses and course hours of instruction are subject to change.