Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking International Management in Western Europe

Open to the World! Graduates from the specialty "Commerce International" have established themselves as dynamic, interactive and committed specialists varied across different professions of international trade to which has lead many into managerial positions in companies, organizations and institutions involved in the development of exchanges, leading to a wide variety of professional careers.

This course provides students with a thorough understanding of the mechanisms of international trade through in-depth study of its economic, financial, legal, technical and logistical aspects, opening them to the diversity of cultures and allowing them to take essential account of the contemporary realities of our international environment. Because the critical issues that now arise from the large-scale flow of information, all organizations and companies are expected to be responsive. The young graduates, whose origins and initial training are themselves varied, are thus trained to exercise high responsibilities in any organization oriented towards international exchanges, through a harmonious balance between adaptability, knowledge - to do and to be able to be.

Training of decision-makers - ie personalities capable of assuming major responsibilities - is the mission of the teaching teams made up of academics and senior managers, SMEs and multinationals.

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