Classes taught in Portuguese, English and Spanish, with disciplines to form a Corporate and Multicultural DiplomatThe International Relations course at ESPM does not give up the classic bases of diplomacy, such as law, economics and political science. In addition to adding diplomat training to International Marketing, Finance, Metrics, Business Modeling and Country Studies. And that's what the course will do, and you, stand out from the rest. A real corporate diplomat.
The course that trains corporate diplomatsGraduation in International Relations at ESPM does not give up the classic bases of diplomacy, such as law, economics and political science, in addition to its diplomat training in the disciplines of International Marketing, Finance, Metrics, Business Modeling and Regional Studies. The corporate diplomat is able to analyze, formulate and implement relationship strategies between different groups of stakeholders, with the ability to analyze complex problems, analyze risk and formulate scenarios, in an international business environment and digital transformation.DifferentialsESPM is different, so the professionals trained here are also!
In addition to the typical formation in International Relations, at ESPM you will have:International Business and Risk Analysis
Government Relations and Investor Relations
Innovation and TechnologyElectivesFrom the 3rd semester on, you will be able to choose subjects (semi-annually) that are part of other courses at the school. Thus, you have the opportunity to expand your professional perception and mature your choices.LifeLabESPM LifeLab aims to add technical, behavioral and cognitive knowledge to your training. Thus, when you graduate, you will be much more prepared to work both in traditional professions and in those that require relational and self-knowledge skills, such as scientists, executives and creatives. During the course, you will have the opportunity to choose between a cycle of disciplines, organized in three pillars:MetacognitiveSelf-learningLearning Lab
Scientific thinkingTechquantDigital fluencyLogic and Data Visualization
Computational reasoningSocioemotionalSelf knowledgePurpose, career and self-realization
Presentation of ideas and projects
Leadership and multicultural workLabor marketAmong the various areas of performance of International Relations, you will stand out in the corporate world, being able to act in the areas of planning, international marketing, corporate and institutional area and foreign trade area, in government sectors and business entities, class or third sector.88% EmployabilityESPM recent graduates have 88% * employability in the labor market.
* 2018 ESPM Employability Survey information collected from 1,000 professionals recently graduated from ESPM. This percentage is general for undergraduate courses in all units.Sao PauloPorto Alegre
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