The International Business concentration in the Jack C. Massey College of Business delivers what businesses, government and non-profits are looking for — sound international business principles, practical background in a functional area, language proficiency and study abroad experience. I would suggest that you look at various sections of this blog, where you can find most of the information you are looking for – including the pre-medical requirements and information about financing your medical education as an international student.
Our IB programs are deeply embedded in a rich local business network with employers, business associations and non-profits we partner with to offer weekly guest speakers, as well as career panels, job fairs, internships and employment opportunities to our students.
These intensive business courses cover topics such as processing customs compliance documents, assisting in the transportation of goods to and from locations throughout the world, and taking on a support role in the marketing and sale of Canadian goods in the global marketplace.
Employers feel a program that provides a sound foundation in language, geopolitical studies and business subjects prepares a graduate to deal more effectively when a firm oversees contracts and to appreciate and to understand the overall operations of an international company regardless of where the employee is assigned.
International Students can choose to take up the option of selecting the elective subject, Global Workplace Practice, which includes practical job seeking activities and access to the Australian workforce either through an internship, industry-based project or part-time employment.