BBA in International Business Management (IBM)

  • Course level: Intermediate

Description

International business relates to any situation where the production or distribution of goods or services crosses country borders. Globalization—the shift toward a more interdependent and integrated global economy—creates greater opportunities for international business. Such globalization can take place in terms of markets, where trade barriers are falling and buyer preferences are changing. It can also be seen in terms of production, where a company can source goods and services easily from other countries. Some managers consider the definition of international business to relate purely to “business.” However, a broader definition of international business may serve you better both personally and professionally in a world that has moved beyond simple industrial production.

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42 Lessons

Module-1

Introduction to International Business Management
Introduction to Statistic
Introduction to Global Business
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Corporate Business
Accounting & Finance
Business Mathematics
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