International Business Management
Founded in 2012, the International Business Management program at the BINUS Business School has the mission to develop professionals to meet the challenges of industry and society head-on with a global mindset. The program is committed to the continuous pursuit of innovation in education at an internationally recognized business school. In 2019, the program received AACSB accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. As only the 2nd business school in Indonesia to receive the accreditation, BINUS Business School joins more than 840 business schools globally committed to the improvement of the quality of business education throughout the world.
The International Business Management program’s innovative and comprehensive curriculum balances students’ need for the theoretical knowledge and the practical professional skills necessary for a successful career in international business. The subjects offered cover a wide range of topics from international trade to international business, including up-to-date courses, such as eBusiness for International Business and International Business Strategy, that are relevant to doing business in the 21st Century.
The program is hands-on from day one and has numerous opportunities for students to collaborate with industry or focus on starting their own ventures. Students have an opportunity to join the PPEI program, which involves a unique partnership with Pendidikan dan Pelatihan Ekspor Indonesia (PPEI), the Indonesian government’s export and import training center, allowing students to gain real-world experience in international business. Students graduate from the program with an understanding of the complexities of conducting business on an international scale with the experience, skills, mindset and ethics to succeed in an increasing dynamic and changing world
Catalog 2016 (PDF), Catalog 2017 (PDF), Catalog 2018 (PDF), Catalog 2019 (PDF), Catalog 2020 (PDF), Catalog 2021 (PDF)
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