what is the scope in MBA in International Business? and what are the Key area of International Business.
Asked by Naveen Ghildiyal
Answered by2011-10-04 19:27:58well even i feel IB does not have such a limited scope. Atleast going by IIFT, they say that IB encompasses all aspects of industry with just a particular focus on IB i.e. perhaps globalization related aspects. So, people will have besides normal bread and butter knowledge, as an extra, a firm grasp of globalisation and its impacts on the industry.
I think that is the reason why at IIFT the companies lap up all MBA(IB) people and also with such diverse job profiles(though loaded more towards finance side). As i could see all major finance companies recruited from there, so i really dont think its merely meant for SCM.
Answered by2011-10-05 20:03:19Hi Naveen,In this era of globalization the way different Industries are expanding their wings, International Business is having tremendous opportunities. IB is a broad concept and includes international trade, direct foreign production or any other activity across countries conducted by an entity in managing and carrying out its operations. Responsibilities of IB professionals are to launch a product in the foreign market, organize companies International activities, react according to the changes in global scenarios & plan prepare & control companies financial resources accordingly.In international business one not only should manage the tra... view more
DENNIS VASANTHAKUMAR PAUL Education Consultant | Guide-Level 122011-10-04 19:12:25The key areas are International marketing, International fiancial markets, Mangng people in different cultural situation, fundamendals of e-business
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