Full Time: January 27, 2020– July 27, 2020 (Classroom Component)
July 28, 2020 – February 23, 2021 (Work Term Component)Apply now
Globalization means that our world is getting smaller. New and emerging markets mean new opportunities for businesses of all sizes. Specific skills and knowledge are needed in order to get ahead in an international arena and take advantage of these markets.
The Diploma in International Business Management provides the skills and knowledge and prepares graduates for a career in international business, with a comprehensive work term opportunity. During the work term, students will put the skills and knowledge they’ve acquired in the classroom to test in a fast-paced, real-world environment. It allows them to gain a deeper understanding of the demands of a career in international business management, as well as relevant experience that is valued on any resume.
The program is structured around nine courses ranging from 30 to 60 hours of classroom time per course. Upon successful completion of coursework students are expected to find and secure a work term placement.
This program is accredited by the Forum for International Trade Training (FITT). Graduates can apply to transfer their credits directly to FITT and complete the required assessment(s) in order to receive the FITT Diploma in International Trade.
Please refer to the International Business Diploma page for more details. This program consists of 10 courses.
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
For more details, please see our Admissions Policy.
Please go to the International Business Diploma page to register for the program without the co-op placement.
Tuition fees for the Diploma in International Business Management program are due and payable at least 30 days prior to the cohort start date.
Application and tuition fees for this program are as follows:
Note: Tuition fees does not include the cost of the required textbooks.
Please go to the International Business Diploma page for information on tuition for the program without the co-op placement.