One of the training programs ESIC offers is specifically for those students who wish to develop their career in international markets. MITB (Master in International Trade and Business) has been designed so that students can acquire the essential skills to face the challenges of expanding companies in global markets, as well as to manage teams in different cultures and continents.
The program is aimed at graduates with an average of three years of experience who wish to develop their future in global markets, or professionals with more experience who want to reinforce or refocus their professional career.
The MITB is taught entirely in English and also offers a unique opportunity: a trimester spent at SHU (University of Shanghai) in an international immersion process. Classes are given by Chinese and international professors.
The stay in Shanghai includes networking activities with Chinese students and businesspeople, a full program of visits to Chinese companies including the highlights of Alibaba, Geely Volvo and a stay at the Shanghai Free Trade Zone, visiting business incubators and seeing firsthand the operation of one of the busiest ports in the world.
The MITB has been awarded EPAS and AMBA accreditations, two of the three most important accreditation institutions in the world, as an endorsement of the quality of its program and its professors.
It is rated as the best master in international business by El Mundo newspaper and occupies privileged positions in many international rankings.
In addition, ESIC offers MITB students the possibility to continue studying for a semester at any of the more than 80 partner universities spread across the five continents at no additional cost.
Moreover, those who wish may continue their studies at the University of Shanghai for one year to obtain the MBA degree.
In short, a program designed to train high-flying executives which, in addition to covering all the particularities of international businesses operations, has an important strategic, digital, financial and marketing focus, forming a circle of operations in globalized markets.
*Luis A. Sánchez Villa – Coordinator at Master in International Trade and Business