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Students will graduate world-ready with a balance of business management practices that are applicable in multicultural and international environments.
Focussing on international business development this major includes extensive coverage of Asia, the USA and Latin America. Cultural sensitivity, business relationship management, foreign direct investment, negotiation, entrepreneurship, human resource management, logistics, strategy, ethics and research techniques are covered in order to prepare our graduates to achieve success in the complex, competitive and dynamic global business environment. This major exposes students to international business theory and complements this with direct engagement to real world cases, practices and environments. Critical thinking, teamwork, cultural intelligence, problem solving and effective communication skills are features of our graduates and alumni now working across international business sectors. Our goals are to continue to provide relevant opportunities to develop effective, internationally focused business professionals who have the skill, ability and business acumen to achieve success in modern international operations.
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It's how we discovered that the quality of teaching here is the best in Western Australia. Being rated 5 stars by our graduates for 11 years in a row confirms that.
It's also how we learned from QILT that we’re Australia’s top ranked public university for student satisfaction.
And it's how we know that we're one of the best young universities in the world under 50 years old.
So the real question is, why not choose ECU?
Potential careers exist in administrative positions within international organisations across government, trade, banking and logistics.
Business Manager, Exporter & Importer, International Business Consultant, Trade Manager, Foreign Affairs & Trade Officer
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