Global Business Management (International Only) - 967
This program is designed to provide a critical understanding of the important elements of global business, a cultural orientation to Canada and the language/communication requirements to be effective in a global business setting. Communication, problem solving and teamwork are part of every course in the program. A considerable amount of emphasis is dedicated to the development of effective communication skills as English language skill is considered a critical skill requirement for transition to work effectively in international trade.
- Focus on English communications, Canadian business culture, and international business to support and develop your career in Canada or abroad.
- Heavy emphasis on developing effective communication and English language skills, critical requirements to working in International trade.
- Mohawk College is located in the midst of the Toronto- Waterloo Innovation Corridor, home to more than 15,000 tech companies and thousands of start-ups that require talented people to help them turn their research strength into global commercial success.
What you'll learn
- International trade finance, marketing, logistics, and research
- Supply chain management and channel logistics.
- International market entry strategies.
- Human resources management.
- Computer fundamentals for small business.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition and Fees
2019 - 2020 International Tuition and Fees
|Semester 1||Semester 2|
|Total Tuition & Ancillary Fee||$7,965.57||$8,025.57|
|Optional Ancillary Fees||$104.43||$44.43|
|Program Compulsory Fees||$0.00||$0.00|
|International Tax Recovery||$450.00||$375.00|
|Total International Per Semester||$8,520.00||$8,445.00|
|Total 1st Year Fees||$16,965.00|
- International Scholarships and Bursaries
- OSAP not eligible for International Students
- Full Cost Breakdown
If you pay by wire transfer, please note your bank might charge you a fee to transfer money. Make sure your transfer includes the Mohawk payment and the wire transfer fee. This applies to each wire transfer payment you make.
- Postsecondary college or university diploma/degree, preferably in a Business Program
- Equivalent work experience in a business or financial setting will be considered on an individual basis
- This is a BYOD (Bring your own device) program where you will learn applicable software applications to support your learning. Please see Laptop Requirements under Additional Information.
Language Requirements for International Students:
- See below for accepted equivalents for Grade 12 English:
Applicants whose first language is not English will be required to demonstrate proficiency in English. Options are available for mature applicants.
Where you can go next
- Mohawk offers a diverse range of programs to further your studies**:
- View our internal pathways map PDF. This Pathways map shows how the identified program can lead to future program choices within Mohawk.
- Visit Pathways and Credit Transfer for degree completion opportunities outside of Ontario.
- See ontransfer.ca for additional opportunities at other colleges or universities in Ontario.
Practical elements of career planning will be covered in this program. Many students will be seeking jobs to support their goals as they plan for employment after graduation. If immigration is an objective, it is important that a student understand Express Entry protocol along with the rules and regulations that highlight qualifying employment opportunities. We suggest you check the Canadian Citizenship & Immigration website (opens new window) for the information you need. Later you may want to contact a registered Canadian Immigration Consultant for advice. In addition, guest speakers will provide support and advice related to immigration, as you move through the program and develop your individualized transition plan.
If you are serious about a future in International Trade, let your journey begin now! Do some research in understanding the workings of the Supply Chain in North America. You will need to learn the rules and regulations for moving goods across international borders. You need to develop skills and insight in sourcing and shipping goods in a global market place to meet the objectives of employers with a global mandate.
Job profiles are found on the Careers in Supply Chain website (opens new window).
Assess your essential skills for free online (opens new window) to identify gaps in skills you may need to improve on.
You need to develop skills and insight in sourcing and shipping goods in a global market place to meet the objectives of employers with a global mandate. Have a look at the following four Career Profiles Videos.
- Warehousing and Distribution (opens new window)
- Transportation and Logistics (opens new window)
- Strategic Sourcing, Procurement and Asset Management (opens new window)
- Supply Chain Management (opens new window)
Your future career options
- Business Development Executives
- Sales Representatives
- Financial Analyst
- Marketing Analyst
- Operations Manager
- Transportation Manager
- Customs Broker
- Customs Broker Analyst
- Inventory Auditor
- Inventory Control Coordinator
- Merchandise Control Clerk
- Procurement Clerk
- Purchasing Agent
- Quality Assurance Management
Where you could work includes:
- Management consultancies
- Recruitment agencies
- Health care providers
Program of Studies
Course Overview & Descriptions
Click on the course title for a course description.
Program Learning Outcomes, often referred to as ‘Program Standards', set out the essential learning that a student must achieve before being deemed ready to graduate.
In many cases these program learning outcomes were developed by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities (MCU) in consultation with employers and educators who are experts in the program field. To ensure the outcomes remain current and in line with industry needs, we invite our employers, graduates working in the field and current students to re-examine and update them during regular, ongoing program review focus groups.
Bring-Your-Own-Device Suggested Specifications
To help you prepare for this graduate level program, we would like you to do the following:
- Interview traders in your region to get a feel for their international trade issues and concerns. Find out what forms/documents are required to import goods into your home country to help you get an understanding of the rules and requirements before you leave.
- Fine tune your communication skills. An IELTS of 6.0 is not strong enough to effectively communicate in international markets. You need to register immediately for formal English training to improve your ability to effectively communicate. By the end of your program you need a plan to communicate at an IELTS equivalent of 7.5 overall to maximize your point score on the Express Entry Profile.
- Write a “Statement Of Purpose” that summarizes the RESULTS you would like to gain from study abroad experience and submit it with your application.
Domestic Canadian Students
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Student Success Advisors
Student Success Advisors
Student Success Advisors assist current students to transition to college life, co-creating an academic success plan, advice on course selection, changing programs, or referrals to specialized support services. If you need help applying to Mohawk, contact Admissions (for International Students, please contact International Admissions).