The Department of International Trade and Business trains graduates who are able to adapt to different cultural and sectoral structures, can take part in international businesses within various sectors in today's global competitive environment, can use at least one foreign language in written and verbal forms very well, are able to adapt to different marketing skills, and have the ability to make and implement decisions. The department contributes to the country's economy by educating experts who are able to join public or private sector organizations and, make decisions quickly in a competitive international environment. The department prepares graduates who are equipped in advance for these opportunities and threats that can bring about local and global competition and become executive candidates who can apply marketing decisions in multinational settings. We equip graduates with all the knowledge and skills required to become top managers of multinational or global companies.
Students are able to access the required course materials from the University's library and online course management portal. In addition, the Cyprus International University Finance Laboratory serves as a laboratory equipped with the highest level of technology in Northern Cyprus, supported by TradeMaster platform. The financial laboratories, usually found in America and Canada, are aimed at bringing universities closer to the business world and preparing students for the finance world. Through the Finance Laboratory, which operates at the Cyprus International University, students are able to learn how to work with financial instruments such as stocks, bonds and commodities through virtual portfolios. In addition, students have the opportunity to benefit from the experience of professionals in the finance sector.
There is a need for graduates of the International Trade and Business Program in public institutions and organizations in TRNC, Turkey, and every other country that wishes to build relations in economic, political, social and cultural areas. Naturally, companies that import-export and/or invest in foreign countries need graduates of this program as well. In addition, foreign companies are interested in the graduates of the International Trade and Business Program. Department graduates can be employed in public or private institutions in export and import departments, financing units, external transactions and fund management units in banks, national and international money and capital markets, as fund and portfolio managers.