Students successfully completing the three semester International Business Management College Grad Certificate have the option to write the FITT certification exams followed by a fourth semester in the Freight Forwarding and Logistics College Grad Certificate to prepare for the CIFFA certification exams. Successful candidates have the possibility to earn two certifications in four semesters.
St. Clair College's International Business Management program provides students with the multi-skilled tools they require to compete in the ever challenging field of International Trade. Students will focus on in-depth analysis of case studies in international business through structured group work. Graduates will have the necessary knowledge and abilities to apply these skills in order to specialize in a variety of international business activities. Students will learn to become competent in broad sectors of the global business environment including international marketing, trade research, global supply chain/logistics, international finance, and market entry strategy among others.
Diploma or degree in a relevant field from a recognized college or university OR demonstrated competence through related work.
International Students - The English proficiency requirement is IELTS 6.0 with no band lower than 5.0; or TOEFL iBT 79 with no sections lower than 16. Students may have the English condition waived if they have graduated from a recognized (Canadian, USA, British, Australian, etc.) college or university where classes are conducted in the English language.
Gives graduates three semesters to hone their skills in international trade and international business management.
International entrepreneurs in the areas of importing and exporting, as well as foreign business development, supply chain/logistics, international marketing, sourcing and procurement.
For programs with Experiential Learning (Work Placement/Internship): Costs for accommodation, if needed, travel and related expenses is at the student's own expense. It is recommended for most programs, that students have access to a laptop or desktop computer while away from home during experiential learning periods.