An MBA in International Business gets career opportunities not only by multinational companies but also by Indian firms that plan to go multinational. Companies that have significant export and import also require such candidates. Some of the fields in which MBA in International Business offers jobs are international sales, global distribution, international management, and international trade. Most of the companies offer a handsome salary packages along with other lucrative facilities. The job requires professional competence and also knowledge of the latest standards and legislations in international business.
After completing this course, candidate is eligible for jobs available in the export companies, logistics companies, merchandisers, dry ports, custom clearing houses, special economic zones, transportation companies, post-shipment quality control lab public sector houses, international banks and companies having subsidiaries in other countries. Candidates who are able to develop their exposure in international trade legislation, negotiation and research in international trade are surely able to find positions in WTO, UNCTAD, IMF, World Bank, Regional Trade Blocks and trade associations.
Just like in private companies, candidates with MBA in International Business are in great demand in government organizations in fields like export and import companies, investment companies, financial institutions and banks. For candidates who want to do something different aviation, shipping and travel & tourism sectors are also open.
MBA (International Business) is a two year program consisting of 4 semesters and eligibility requirement is graduation in any discipline with minimum 50% marks.
Admission to MBA (International Business) is provided on the basis of score in CMAT/ MAT/ ATMA. Through CLC (College Level Counselling) admissions are given on the basis of graduation percentage.