Thursday, 2 May 2013

PGDM and MBA in International Business

Managers, today, need to be equipped with the necessary skills to be able to effectively manage organizations which are fast becoming a melting pot of cultures and nationalities. The qualities that make a manager successful in one culture may be the very reason for failure when leading across cultures as organizations operate internationally. Traditional management training is no longer sufficient to develop skills to cope with the current challenge.  The field of international trade is the fastest emerging in the business scenario and the complexities of strategic planning, law, finance, logistics and marketing can seem to be a daunting challenge.

The International Business Management postgraduate program at Jagannath International Management School, Kalkaji,  is designed to provide students with the sound understanding of international business principles and the languages and cultures of other regions that are essential for success in today's global economy.  The program trains graduates with the requisite skill  that  reflect the latest  development in international business education  and  prepares  them to  gain an  expertise in understanding cultural differences , skills to manage global enterprises and the knowledge to navigate the dynamism of a global environment.

JIMS offers a unique opportunity to students of  MBA in International Business to develop an in-depth understanding of the organizational capabilities for international operations by offering both hands-on and, interactive teaching approaches, including guest speakers and case analysis. The program also offers experiential learning of the global environment through a week- long module at National University , Singapore which is effectively handled by faculty from Nottingham University , Malaysia and Management Development Institute , Singapore. In addition to the exposure abroad, students are also encouraged to take advantage of the short programs and summer internships which are facilitated by the business school.

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