Ontario College Graduate Certificate | Co-op | 1 year
The professors who teach Sheridan at CCTT’s International Business courses are personally experienced in international business. They are continually updating the program so that it accurately reflects current international market conditions, challenges and regulations.
• Develop a foreign market entry strategy for a specific product or service
• Research and analyze potential international opportunities
• Create a customized international business plan to support the global initiative of a real company
• Learn to navigate cultural differences among trading partners and clients
In addition to helping you hone your business report writing and presentation skills, your professors will bring in guest speakers who are active in international business, introduce you to networking and industry association events, and teach you how to undertake a search for international employment.
You will also participate in group presentations and upgrade your software skills to include applications used in international business.
Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, including these required courses:
• Postsecondary 3-year advanced diploma or
• Postsecondary 3- or 4-year degree
• Postsecondary 2-year diploma* and/or
• Demonstrated competence through educational experience and/or related work experience*
*Applicants who apply with a postsecondary 2-year diploma or work experience will be requested to submit a supplemental admission requirement (submission), which includes details of related work experience, and a cover letter, which summarizes your career goals and reasons for wanting to take this program. The Office of the Registrar will update your application to let you know if a submission is required.
Eligible applicants will be selected based on previous academic achievement or academic achievement and the supplemental submission.
English Language Proficiency
All applicants whose first language is not English must meet Sheridan at CCTT’s English proficiency requirements.
Some of the courses you can expect to take in your program:
Prepare for a career in a growing segment of Canadian business