A multinational enterprise (MNE) is a company that has a worldwide approach to markets and production or with operations in several countries. This module aims to provide level 6 students with knowledge of theories of exchange rate and balance of payments, and skills of managing international financial assets and exchange rate risks in a global environment. It analyzes the effects on international financial planning of such factors as exchange rate fluctuations, currency restrictions, and tax regulations.
If you are an international student and your school qualifications are not accepted for direct entry to the University you may be eligible for admission to this degree programme through our International Foundation Programme. Areas of research for Stallter include cultural intelligence, business as mission, multicultural worship, ethics in missions, cultural values, cultural identity assessment, culture discovery and matching missionary candidates to contexts.
Additionally, an international perspective of how business is managed will be introduced. By choosing to study one of our accredited degree programs, you can be certain that the education you receive will be of the highest academic quality and will be recognised by the business community in Australia and around the world.
The module provides you with the means to integrate aspects of operational marketing within a strategic and international perspective. These partnerships allow them to apply credits earned at Centennial College towards further study. The range of countries with which the University of Manitoba has exchange programs is also very unique and is rarely seen at other business schools.
The International Business MSc can offer you an in-depth understanding of the changing organisational environment. The macro element will equip you with an understanding of the broader national and international environment in which business operates. You will receive hands-on training in international selling and marketing, international trade documentation and transportation selection.