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International Study Programs

International Business

International Business

Red River College, Canada

About This Program

The need for expertise in international business is growing in Canada. The International Business Advanced Diploma program prepares you to meet the challenges of adapting to the global marketplace.

Because International Business involves teamwork, you should have the ability to be flexible and enjoy the group process. As program is academically demanding, time management are essential. Projects and assignments will require time outside of class hours.

This program requires you have an above average ability to learn, reason, and make decisions based on integrated knowledge. You will need highly developed communication skills coupled with a keen interest in current international events and sensitivity to cross-cultural relations.

When you enroll in this program you will be involved with a student team that will be working with a local enterprise to prepare a marketing plan for entry into a new foreign market. Your plan will be evaluated by a panel of judges.

In Term 3 , you will be required to seek and complete a minimum six-week work experience component (assistance provided by RRC).  

Course Delivery

This is a one-year program that is being offered at the Exchange District Campus, with limited intakes at Notre Dame Campus.  Small classes are taught by a team of professionals who have real business experience.  They offer innovative projects designed to apply international business theory through case study and discussion. You will be given opportunities to listen to guest speakers and to participate in relevant conferences, seminars, and other events.

Please note that students are responsible for their own transportation in order to complete co-op requirements. Red River College cannot guarantee locations that are readily accessible by public transportation. Students are responsible for all costs connected with such transportation.

Careers

The need for well-trained and well-qualified business specialists in international business is expanding. Graduates will find a wide range of differing business, industry, and organization career opportunities depending on their previous work experience and academic credentials.

Learning Outcomes

The field of international business encompasses a variety of disciplines, including finance, sales, marketing and human resources. Consequently graduates of the Business Administration - International Business (with work experience) program will be prepared to perform information management, negotiation, research, planning and other functions related to business in general and international business in particular. Graduates of this program will have demonstrated their knowledge, skills and abilities related to international business, and be prepared for careers that include negotiators, freight forwarders, logistics and marketing.

Course Outline

Term 1

Courses expound on general business theory by applying it to the international business environment.

Course

Course Name

Credit Hours

COMM-1073

Business English

4

COMM-1382

Professional Development

2

ECON-1003

Economic Geography

3

INTL-3003

International Logistics

3

MGMT-2000

Introduction to International Business

3

MGMT-2001

Culture & Ethics

3

MRKT-1015

International Marketing

4

PROJ-2003

Industry Project A

4

Term 2

Courses focus on international business strategy and management 

Code Course Name Credit Hours

ACCT-1001

Accounting

4

FNCE-3000

International Finance

4

 ILAW-3000

International Law

2

INTL-1384

International Political Economy

4

MGMT-3010

Strategy in International Business

4

MRKT-1383

International Sales & Negotiations

2

MRKT-3013

International Marketing Management

3

PROJ-3001

Industry Project B

3

Term 3  

This term is devoted to a minimum six-week work experience, either paid or unpaid. While the college will help students find job placements, it is each student’s responsibility to find a position. The college approved placement must be related to the specialty courses of the program. Students will prepare an assignment related to the placement, and final evaluation will be assessed by the work placement supervisor and the college. 

Code Course Credit Hours

PROJ-2001

Work Experience

6

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a process which document and compares an individual's prior learning gained from prior education, work and life experiences and personal study to the learning outcomes in College courses or programs. So if you think your grades are good enough, apply for Recognition of Prior Learning for some of the courses of this program to decrease the number of subjects you have to take.  Talk to your assigned IVC Visa Counselor or Documentation Officer for advice. 

Course Info

College : Business

Duration : 1 Year

Qualifications Level : Advanced Diploma

Fees :
Tuition Fee 12,000
Co-op Fee of 6 weeks 1,089
Student Association 105
Endowment 52
Health Insurance Coverage 456
Tech Fees 166
Materials and Lab Fees 324
Student Services 176
Rec. Fee 20
Application Fee (Non-refundable) 100
Tuition Fee Deposit (Non-refundable) 400
Confirmation of Enrolment Fee 10.50

Please note that all fees listed above are in Canadian Dollars. However, other fees may not have been included (e.g. airport pick-up). The above expenses represent only an estimate of what is to be invested in your education and may be changed at any time without notice by Red River College. Please check with your IVC-assigned Visa Counselor or Documentation Officer periodically for any changes.



Intake Dates :

The only intake per year is in September.

Make sure you check with us first since Start Date and Term Breaks may vary.  Beginning an application 6 months in advance of the intake date will allow you a lot of time to prepare for the visa application.



Entry Criteria

Admission and entry requirements for this qualification are in accordance with the academic regulations.  You must comply with the following requirements

  • Proof of successful completion of either a 
    • Diploma program (two-year of longer);
    • Degree (Bachelor's)
  • As an international student, you must be able to demonstrate a level of English competency. You must therefore meet the minimum scores in ANY of the following tests:
    • IELTS (Academic Test) 6.5 overall band score. Listening, Speaking and Reading components must be at least 6.5 while the Writing component must be at least 6.0
    • Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet-based Test (TOEFL iBT): 79 - 80 minimum, with a minimum of 19 per section

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