Careers - January 2022
Graduates may find employment in a broad range of private and public international business environments, including private organizations, government departments and agencies, regulatory bodies, professional organizations and international non-government organizations (NGOs). They are employed in many areas, including customs brokerage, manufacturing, goods and service exporting and importing, distribution and logistics, supply chain management, compliance, purchasing and procurement, freight forwarding, international trade development, international research, international sales and marketing and international finance administration. Graduates will be eligible to apply for the FITT Diploma from the Forum of International Trade Training, and the CIM designation from the Canadian Institute of Management and will be well-positioned to be successful in entry-level and junior management positions in all areas of international business.
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