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Université Al Akhawayn - Ifrane

Sciences in International Trade

Email : msit@aui.ma

TEL : 05 22 50 36 64
05 35 86 23 11

Fax : 05 35 86 23 07

Présentation de Sciences in International Trade

Établissement : School of Business Administration : SBA (Ecole d’Administration des Affaires)

Type de formation : Continue

Type de diplôme : Master Professionnel

Discipline : Commerce et Gestion

Domaine : Economie, Commerce et Gestion

Objectifs : The MSIT (Master of Sciences in International Trade) is designed to provide students with the knowledge and professional expertise in International Trade in order to pursue careers within international companies, government departments and agencies, or international trade organizations. This program is also designed to train highly qualified international trade specialists. The program is offered by the School of Business Administration and the Executive Education Center (EEC).
The MSIT program is fully accredited by the Moroccan Ministry of Higher Education and is compatible with the LMD Standard.


Durée de la formation :

2 ans

Secteurs de recrutement :

The program is for:
• Managers who are thinking about accessing the International market
• New exporters who are seeking a comprehensive understanding of the export process
• Emerging exporters who require a sustainable export strategy
• Export officers who are in quest of better ways to manage their export business
• Policy makers that would like to design better guidelines for the Moroccan export sector


CONDITIONS D'ADMISSION : A bachelor’s degree or equivalent with a minimum of B standing (GPA of 3.0).
Some professional experience.
A TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) score of 550 for candidates coming from universities ty where English is not the primary language of instruction.
GMAT is highly recommended.

For more information, click here or contact the Office of Admissions and Outreach at (+212)-535-862-086/078/075/058.

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