The Master in International Trade Management (MDCI), is taught by International Trade experts from different fields where they share their knowledge and experience with the students through accessible, practical and interactive teaching methods.
The MDCI is structured into 10 management areas or modules perfectly interconnected together. Some of them focus on managerial skills, while others offer participants a deep knowledge of International Sales & Marketing, as well as the international operations related with and supporting them.
The MDCI offers students the opportunity to enroll in additional Study Tours (in Brazil, Morocco and China) and after completing the master, participants can also choose to continue their studies for 1 year in China.
The director of the Master in International Trade Management (MDCI) highlights how globalisation and internationalisation of businesses has spread and how its key for business and executives.
MITB alumnus, shares his experience in Shanghai
The quality of our programmes is guaranteed by accreditations granted by national and international institutions:
ESIC has closed agreements with over 8,000 companies and it has helped with more than 3,500 job offers in total. It tries to facilitate the incorporation of students into the labour market and their development throughout their professional work-life. It offers personal advice which is adapted and optimised towards selection processes.
The ESIC language school teaches general and business English, French and Chinese courses, as well as Spanish as a foreign language. In addition, it is an official preparation and examination centre for BEC, TOEFL and TOEIC, ELE (Spanish as a foreign language), among others. It offers tailored and personalised courses on request.
MDCI PARTICIPANT PROFILE (Based on historical data)
The MDCI is structured into ten management areas or modules perfectly interconnected together. Some of them focus on managerial skills, while others offer participants a deep knowledge of International Sales & Marketing, as well as the international operations related with and supporting them.
After the introduction session, It aims to present a clear idea of the management role, together with an overview of globalization and the internationalization process.
To assess a company export potential through diagnosis, together with the analysis of its financial situation (P&L, Balances, etc.).
To learn how to select foreign countries for business, the main factors involved, as well as a presentation of the main world markets characteristics, both OCDE & Emerging markets.
To get familiar with the different entry modes in foreign markets and to know real life examples of market access.
To plan the different international marketing variables (product, price, promotion, distribution) according to the company's strategic positioning after a market research. To get to know the use and the potential of the world wide web. To be able to plan and develop an international marketing plan.
To know the basis of negotiation as well as to be able to negotiate in cross cultural environments.
To know the details and applications of all administrative, customs, fiscal, legal and operational regulations involved in Foreign Trade. To understand the importance of logistics in international trade.
To acquire the financial language needed in international business transactions and to get to know financial markets and international methods of payment.
To connect all the issues seen in the programme and to be able to prepare a professional Business Plan that would include all the planning and operations of a real Internationalization project.
To foster the management and leadership skills of the students.
GUIDE PROGRAMME SUBJECT TO POSSIBLE MODIFICATION
Conferences and lectures
Several conferences and lectures have been included in order to allow participants to meet with speakers from different sectors and areas, to share their business experiences and to discuss current issues related to Internationalization and Foreign Trade Management.
The students have the option of taking a Study Tour in ESIC Brazil or in the Chinese universities of Nanjing (School of Economics Nanjing University) or Shanghai (School International of Shanghai University).
En ESIC somos conscientes de la realidad y el esfuerzo que supone actualmente, cualquier inversión importante, por ello, abogamos por la transparencia en el precio de nuestro Master en Comercio Internacional.
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