Impact of the international geopolitical scenario on the business world.
Professionals, consultants and students with an interest in the areas of Policy, International Relations and Business Management.
Train managers in the use of Artificial Intelligence and Data Technology in the development of the organization's business strategies. Know the concepts of Internet of Things and its applicability in the innovation, competitiveness and sustainability processes of organizations.
Allow participants to have contact with theoretical elements and reflections on the current context of international cooperation and conflicts and their influence on companies. Observe how key geopolitical trends impact the business world through concrete cases and examples.
Assistance and documents to obtain the American Visa
Academic Preparation and Logistics for the program
Recent development and future perspectives; OECD and WTO systems and the new regional cooperation organizations; company visits & case studies.
International conflict resolution systems; government and non-government support resources; company visits & case studies.
Planning international trade and investments; offshoring and reshoring operations; case studies.
Since the programs are 100% in English, to participate in the business-themed programs, the minimum level of English required is intermediate, and for the Business English courses at SUNY and ULV, the elementary level of English is fine.
Yes, you can request up to 2 changes in the program date without any extra cost. It is important that the request is submitted 60 days prior to the course starts.
The Advanced programs are designed for graduate students with a minimum of 3 years of working experience in their field of interest.
PhD in Business Administration from FEA/USP, he is one of the most experienced Brazilian professors in International Business.