Business - International Business
What is this programme about?
This one-year graduate diploma programme has been designed for graduates of business and nonbusiness disciplines in order to equip them with the necessary knowledge and competencies required in international business. International business is concerned with contemporary issues in business from both a national and international perspective. Learners will have leading knowledge of contemporary theories, concepts and issues concerning international business in today's society. In addition, the modules blend both theory, practice and policy to ensure that the learner will be able to manage, develop and lead organisations in the sector. The programme will also provide learners with critical thinking tools to enable them to succeed in the field of business. It will provide learners with a critical understanding of concepts and approaches to enable individuals and groups to realise their potential.
Applicants require an NFQ 8 or equivalent for entry to this programme.
Other applicants will be considered on an individual basis in accordance with the IT Carlow policy on Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).
What subjects will I study?
Applied Business Solutions
Corporate Governance and Business Practice
Business Information Systems
CWB17 Higher Diploma in Business in International Business CARLOW Full-time NFQ Level 8 Credits 60
Carlow - 1 year full-time
CWB17 Higher Diploma in Business in International Business CARLOW Full-time €3,000
Programme Fees for Non-EU Students
Higher Diploma Programme Fee – €10,250
Post Course Info
What will I be able to do when I finish the programme?
Graduates will be equipped to manage and lead teams in multinational organisations. They will also be able to contribute to and develop the strategy of that organisation.
Graduates of this programme will find employment in a variety of settings that promise a wide choice of flexibility and variety. Many graduates of this programme may start their career in the domestic operations of an organisation and then progress to managing and coordinating global operations.
Some examples of potential job opportunities include:
• International marketing and sales
• Customer service
• Importing and exporting enterprises.
What follow-on study opportunities are available?
This qualification will allow the participant to apply for the MBA or MB, depending on his/her business experience, and continue to develop and extend his/her skills base and knowledge at Level 9.