Administrative processes management at the international level and the inclusion of organizations in the world market.
The International Trade was created for students pursuing an interdisciplinary training. With an interest in history, geography, culture, languages, economics, administration, law, logistics and finance. Students proactive, curious, interested in knowing what lies beyond the borders of their city and their country, willing to take risks and open to different cultures and different ways of seeing the world. Students are able to learn and undertake.
There is a vast field of action for professionals in the area, suitable for the most different profiles of students. This involves technical area, such as customs clearance and logistics; the negotiating area with respect to the purchase and sale of goods abroad; the financial district, banks; the public sector, as customs tax; entrepreneurship as an international business manager; as advisor to international relations institutions such as universities and institutions to support the industry and trade; among other possibilities.
The market requires professional openness and receptivity to accept other cultures and other ways of doing business. Have knowledge of English and preferably a third and fourth languages. Ethics and responsibility are also important features, as international affairs are governed by practices in good faith, but also analytical capacity to understand the different situations. Demand is also professional will append and constant updating, trade rules change constantly and very professional and need to be catching up forever.
Public and private institutions and consulting firms, national and international level.
What does the professional
Manages the business activities of a company internationally, identifies business opportunities and takes care of the import and export processes.
About the School
Universidade de Caxias do Sul - UCS is a Brazilian higher education institution characterized for being an institution that belongs to the community. Its activities cover directly the Northeastern reg ... Read More