Sprott School of Business
1125 Colonel By Drive
Canada K1S 5B6
Master of Business Administration (MBA) - International Business
||Sprott School of Business
|Field of Study:
||Business Administration and Management, GeneralInternational Business/Trade/Commerce
||The Sprott MBA International Business concentration enables managers to navigate the increasingly complex and turbulent international environment faced by all organizations. In this concentration, you’ll gain the tools necessary to analyze international organizations, international markets and their broader contexts.
Experience in international business is an increasingly critical requirement for business managers. With recent shifts in global manufacturing and trade patterns, most businesses – whether big or small – have suppliers, allies and competitors with foreign roots and international aspirations. To compete successfully in foreign markets, you must understand the motivations of your partners, competitors and customers. Not only do you need to consider the positions taken by foreign firms but also the cultural values which guide their perceptions.
||Master of Business Administration (MBA) - International Business at Carleton University - Sprott School of Business
|Cost per year:
- Graduate Management Admission Test [min. 550]
- Canadian Academic English Language Assessment [min. 70] or International English Language Testing System (academic or immigration) [min. ] or Test of English as a Foreign Language (Internet Based) [min. 87]
|Additional Admission Requirements:
Those who do not possess two years of professional work experience must complete the Internship portion of the MBA program.
- Letter(s) of Reference
- Resume/Curriculum Vitae
- Statement of Research Interests
- Work Experience
* We make every attempt to provide accurate information on prerequisites, programs, and tuition. However, this information is subject to change without notice and we highly recommend that you contact the school to confirm important information before applying.
Last Updated: September 29, 2017