Post Graduate Program in
International Business


        


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About the Program

Our Program prepares you for the cut-throat competition and helps you achieve significant career growth by becoming a prominent professional in International Business sector. The program covers contemporary and key concepts, practical insights on best practices in the industry giving you a local and global perspective towards international business and international operations of a business. This international business course is designed to develop cross-cultural skills among students, moreover, studying with multicultural peers and listening to diverse opinions gives you the ideal preparation for the world of work. The geo-political conceptual understanding is developed to make students acquaint with the international markets and further augment their career ladder.

Program Overview

Key Highlights

LSBF & UPES Certification

40+ Interactive live sessions by Industry Experts & Global Faculty

Career Essential programs

30+ Case Studies

Global PEER-to-PEER interaction enhancing exposure

Capstone Projects - 2

Study material content availability and online Library access

Dedicated academic & career advisor

Detailed Curriculum

Best-in-class content by highly experienced faculty and eminent industry leaders. Live online classes, case-studies, projects, and assignments.

  • Unit - 1 : History of Foreign Exchange
  • Unit - 2 : Exchange Rate Regimes
  • Unit - 3 : Theories of Foreign Exchange
  • Unit - 4 : Determinants of Foreign Exchange
  • Unit - 5 : Foreign Exchange Markets
  • Unit - 6 : Contemporary Issues of Foreign Exchange
  • Unit - 7 : Liberalized Exchange Rate Management System
  • Unit - 8 : Balance of Payments and Exchange Rate
  • Unit - 9 : Balance of Payments Adjustments
  • Unit - 10 : Foreign Exchange Management in India
  • Unit - 11 : Trade Finance
  • Unit - 1 : India’s Foreign Trade Policy
  • Unit - 2 : Duty Exemption Schemes and other Incentive schemes
  • Unit - 3 : Role of government/semi-government agencies in export promotion
  • Unit - 4 : Formation of Company and Registration with various government bodies
  • Unit - 5 : Incoterms
  • Unit - 6 : International Sales Contract
  • Unit - 7 : Case Study
  • Unit - 8 : Payment Terms
  • Unit - 9 : Letter of Credit importance and types of L/C
  • Unit - 10 : ECGC
  • Unit - 11 : Export Documentation
  • Unit - 12 : Export Procedure
  • Unit - 13 : Import Documentation and Procedure
  • Unit - 14 : Case Study
  • Unit - 15 : Tariff and Non-Tariff Barriers
  • Unit - 16 : Settlement of Disputes under WTO
  • Unit - 1 : Globalisation and Emerging Trends
  • Unit - 2 : Modes of Operation in International Business
  • Unit - 3 : Multinational Corporations
  • Unit - 4 : International Trade Theories
  • Unit - 5 : International Business Environment
  • Unit - 6 : Impact of Culture on International Business
  • Unit - 7 : Trade Blocks and Regional Economic Integration
  • Unit - 8 : WTO and Global Financial Institutions
  • Unit - 9 : International Banks
  • Unit - 10 : International Economic Indicators
  • Unit - 11 : Foreign Direct Investment
  • Unit - 12 : Modes of Payment
  • Unit - 13 : Foreign Exchange
  • Unit - 14 : Exim Policy and Documentation
  • Unit - 15 : International Supply Chain Management
  • Unit - 16 : Transportation
  • Unit - 17 : Global Outsourcing
  • Unit - 18 : Types of Outsourcing
  • Unit - 19 : Models of Outsourcing
  • Unit - 20 : Outsourcing in Various Sectors

Block 1

  • Unit - 1 : Introduction to International Logistics
  • Unit - 2 : Incoterms and Terminology of International Trade
  • Unit - 3 : Documentation for International Logistics
  • Unit - 4 : Warehouse Management
  • Unit - 5 : Case Study

Block 2

  • Unit - 6 : Transport
  • Unit - 7 : Carriage of Goods by Land
  • Unit - 8 : Carriage of Goods by Sea
  • Unit - 9 : Containerisation
  • Unit - 10 : Case Study

Block 3

  • Unit - 11 : Carriage of Goods by Air
  • Unit - 12 : Air Cargo
  • Unit - 13 : International Contract
  • Unit - 14 : Terms of Payment
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block 4

  • Unit - 16 : Marine and Aviation Insurance
  • Unit - 17 : Multimodal Transportation
  • Unit - 18 : Counter Trade
  • Unit - 19 : Risks in International Logistics
  • Unit - 20 : Case Study

Block 5

  • Unit - 21 : International Sourcing
  • Unit - 22 : Role of Intermediaries in International Logistics
  • Unit - 23 : Role of Logistics in International Supply Chain
  • Unit - 24 : Future Issues and Challenges in International Logistics

Block 1

  • Unit - 1 : Introduction to International Marketing
  • Unit - 2 : Opportunities and Challenges in International Marketing
  • Unit - 3 : Cultural Environment of Global Markets
  • Unit - 4 : International Marketing Implications
  • Unit - 5 : International Economic Environment
  • Unit - 6 : Dynamics of International Trade Objectives
  • Unit - 7 : International Market Analysis
  • Unit - 8 : International Marketing Research
  • Unit - 9 : Product Strategy for International Markets
  • Unit - 10 : Branding in International Markets
  • Unit - 11 : Pricing Decisions
  • Unit - 12 : Personal Selling and Sales Management
  • Unit - 13 : Entering International Markets
  • Unit - 14 : International Logistics and Distribution
  • Unit - 15 : International Marketing Channels
  • Unit - 16 : International Export-Import Policy
  • Unit - 17 : Communication Decisions for International Markets
  • Unit - 18 : Integrated Marketing Communication and International Advertising
  • Unit - 19 : Global Promotional Strategies
  • Unit - 20 : Global E-Commerce

Block 1

  • Unit - 1 : General Introduction to International Business Laws (IBL)
  • Unit - 2 : Globalization: Emergence of Multinationals and Governing Laws
  • Unit - 3 : International Organizations in the Field of IBL
  • Unit - 4 : International Economic Law: WTO
  • Unit - 5 : Case Study

Block 2

  • Unit - 6 : International Contracts: Legal Principles
  • Unit - 7 : International Sale of Goods
  • Unit - 8 : International Transport of Goods: Sea, Land and Air
  • Unit - 9 : Liabilities of International Corporations and Insurance Laws
  • Unit - 10 : Case Study

Block 3

  • Unit - 11 : Law of Business Form / Entity
  • Unit - 12 : International Investment Law
  • Unit - 13 : Law of International Payments and Banking including Bank Guarantees and Letter of Credit
  • Unit - 14 : International Securities Regulation
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block 4

  • Unit - 16 : International Torts and Consumer Protection
  • Unit - 17 : International Property Rights including IPR
  • Unit - 18 : Competition Law and Compliances
  • Unit - 19 : International Human Resource Law
  • Unit - 20 : Case Study

Block 5

  • Unit - 21 : Digitization and its Legal Challenges
  • Unit - 22 : International Corporate Insolvency
  • Unit - 23 : International Taxation Laws
  • Unit - 24 : International Commercial Dispute Resolution Mechanism
  • Unit - 25 : Case Study

Block 1

  • Unit - 1 : Introduction to Global Finance
  • Unit - 2 : Balance of Payment
  • Unit - 3 : Global Monetary System
  • Unit - 4 : Global Financial Institutions
  • Unit - 5 : Foreign-exchange Market
  • Unit - 6 : Global Parity Conditions
  • Unit - 7 : Currency Forwards & Futures
  • Unit - 8 : Options on Currency
  • Unit - 9 : Swaps in International Finance
  • Unit - 10 : Introduction to Foreign-exchange Risk
  • Unit - 11 : Management of Transaction Exposure
  • Unit - 12 : Management of Translation Exposure
  • Unit - 13 : Management of Operating Exposure
  • Unit - 14 : Global Banking & Debt Market
  • Unit - 15 : Global Equity Market
  • Unit - 16 : Cross Border Merger & Acquisition
  • Unit - 17 : Global Capital Budgeting
  • Unit - 18 : Global Cost of Capital
  • Unit - 19 : Foreign Trade Financing
  • Unit - 20 : Global Taxation System

Block 1

  • Unit - 1 : Introduction to M&A
  • Unit - 2 : Corporate Restructuring
  • Unit - 3 : Takeover
  • Unit - 4 : Buy & Sell side in M&A
  • Unit - 5 : Case Study

Block 2

  • Unit - 6 : Due Diligence Process
  • Unit - 7 : Synergy Valuation
  • Unit - 8 : Business Valuation
  • Unit - 9 : Intangible Valuation
  • Unit - 10 : Case Study

Block 3

  • Unit - 11 : Accounting for M&A
  • Unit - 12 : Legal Framework
  • Unit - 13 : Corporate Governance in M&A
  • Unit - 14 : Risk Management in M&A
  • Unit - 15 : Case Study

Block 4

  • Unit - 16 : Financing M&A
  • Unit - 17 : Leveraged Buyout
  • Unit - 18 : Private Equity
  • Unit - 19 : Investment Banks
  • Unit - 20 : Case Study

Block 5

  • Unit - 21 : Alternatives to M&A
  • Unit - 22 : Final Stages of M&A
  • Unit - 23 : Success & Failures in M&A
  • Unit - 24 : Integration in M&A
  • Unit - 25 : Case Study
Instructor
Dr.Atri Nautiyal
Carlton Brown
Faculty-Executive Education,
London School of Business & Finance
He is an influential thought leader and a results-driven consultant, coach mentor, senior executive, author (sales peak performance & corporate social responsibility), keynote speaker with entrepreneurial prowess, a business consultancy expert with a proven track record of leading, developing and executing strategic change in sales and marketing and known to channel strategies to improve customer engagement, revenue growth and profits in challenging commercial environments. A proactive and persuasive communicator, with excellent presentational skills and the ability to develop sustainable relationships across all levels, roles, and cultures, as well as manage, develop and coach large cross-functional teams.
Dr.Atri Nautiyal
Dr.Atri Nautiyal
Associate Professor
School of Business, UPES
He is MA (International Economics and Finance), Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, Canada, PhD from UPES and Certified Personal Financial Planner from Canadian Securities Institute. Principal Coordinator for Joint Business Research Project between UPES and Stanford International University, Thailand – 2018-19. Nominated from School of Business, UPES for teaching exchange program under ERASMUS + to the University of Maribor, Slovenia for the year 2017. Worked across industries for 8 years before getting into academics. In the last 8 years of working as a lecturer, he has focussed on International business, power projects, foreign aid among other areas. A Certified Virtual Teacher from the University of California Irvine.
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Skills you will learn

Global trade policies/business law, Compliance & documentation, Foreign exchange management, International Supply Chain, International Project Financing, How to start International Business, Risk Management, Organizational structure of International Ops.,

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Career Prospects

Business Analyst, Risk & Compliance Manager, Application Architect, Export- Import Manager, International Business Development Manager, Key Account Manager, Brand Manager, International Marketing Manager, Logistics Manager.

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Who Is This Program For?

Fresh graduates/ Working Professionals looking for career growth into Mid or Senior level position, those leading teams, investing or initiating international business and are in the decision-making role.

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Minimum Eligibility

Bachelor’s Degree with 50% or equivalent passing marks.

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Post Graduate Program in International Business

After completing the course, you will get a Master’s certificate from LSBF & UPES

  • LSBF is ACCA Gold Approved Learning Partner status and Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2013
  • LSBF is ranked 30th in Europe by the Financial Times (FT) in 2008.
  • Master in International Business programme of LSBF was ranked 5th in the world in management programmes by the FT in 2008
  • UPES University was awarded ‘The University of the Year-North’ by ASSOCHAM.
  • In 2020, UPES was ranked 1 for Best Academia-Industry Alliance among Private Indian Universities by the Education World.
    
Post Graduate Program in International Business
  • Get Dual Certification from LSBF and UPES
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Post Graduate Program in International Business
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Frequently asked questions

Why should I study PGP in International Business with Edology?

In an ever-changing global business environment, studying business from an international perspective is essential for graduates who are ambitious to work across international boundaries and cultures. Studying the PG program in International Business with Edology will allow you to see how globalisation has brought about an increasing 'connectedness' of businesses, markets, people, and information across countries, Moreover, this domain offers one of the highest-paid job roles in the country and one of the most sought-after programs in this domain.

What are the minimum eligibility criteria for the program?

Working professionals or freshers graduated with a 50% aggregate marks in their graduation.

The work experience is relaxed basis on application and profile. Basic knowledge of computer programming will be an added advantage.

What is the time commitment for the program?

A time commitment of 4 to 6 hours per week on an average is recommended to complete the program successfully.

Will I receive career assistance and support after the program completion?

Mentoring on how to make the best resume for a data professional, highlighting technical and domain expertise. Data Science interview preparation and mentoring by industry experts and provide job assistance at the end of the program.

Do I get to interact with Industry Experts during the program?

Yes, there will be live online interactive sessions with faculty and industry experts.

Is there any financial support provided for the program?

To ensure no barrier in the path of your learning, we offer financing options with our partner company Financepeer to help you make this Data Science program more financially manageable

What certification will I get after the course?

Upon successful completion of the program, you will be awarded with industry-recognized Post Graduate Degree in Data Science by the following institutions – Edology, GISMA Business School, Germany, and University of Petroleum and Energy Studies.

What are the job prospects after completing the program?

After studying the PGP in International Business, students enjoy enhanced career prospects in a variety of industries. On completion of the programme, students are well placed in job roles including Relations Manager, Project Manager, Marketing Specialist, Consultant, Accountant etc.