B.Com International Business at the University of Manitoba is offered as a full-time basis for a duration of 4-year with honours.
The University of Manitoba also ranked 16th in Maclean’s Top 20 in 2020.
In today's global environment, no business remains unaffected by international forces. Some companies are expanding to overseas locations while others are dealing with the entry of international companies in their home locations, and many more companies and communities are affected by the operations of global corporations.
The International Business major helps students to understand globalization from an organizational perspective, formulate strategies to conduct business in a global setting, and manage in organizations that are global or affected by global forces.
This course can be taken as a Co-op (co-operative education) program which provides students internship opportunity.
The Student to ratio is 26:1.
Students can apply for scholarship programs initiated by the Government of Canada up to 40,664 USD per year.
The Employment rate of the University of Manitoba is 83%.
The living cost range in Canada is 4,500 USD – 10,800 per year.
The average salary goes up to 86,500 USD after completing this program.
Students have career opportunities to work in the international divisions that help to generate global opportunities for products and services of large organizations. In addition, International Business majors can find specialized opportunities within functional areas, such as marketing, human resource management, finance, and supply chain management.
Students will need to apply for a valid Student Visa before entering Canada.
A student visa is needed only if the program is of more than 6 months for international students.
The visa is usually valid for the length of the student’s study program, plus an extra 90 days.
Before applying for the student visa, one must have a letter of acceptance from a Designated Learning Institution (DLI).
The cost of the Student Visa is 112 USD.
Student Visas are issued by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and application forms are available online or by paper.
The students need these documents to apply for a student visa:
Proof of acceptance i.e The offer letter that the student received from the university.
Proof of identity.
Proof of financial support i.e Documents showing the financial status.
Both full-time and part-time students can avail of work while studying in Canada options.
A student can be hired for only one Work-Study position. Students can find and apply for jobs on Career Exploration and Education website.
Student eligibility for the Work-Study Program is based upon students meeting this criterion:
Have proof of a government student aid package of at least 1,500 USD
Be registered at the University of Toronto as a full-time undergraduate or graduate student in both terms.
Have achieved a satisfactory academic standing with a minimum 2.0 institutional grade point average in their previous academic session
The Work-Study Program gives the student a chance to work On-campus if the student is a full-time student:
Work Part-time during the academic year to earn around 2,250 USD
Work Full time during the summer months to earn close to 4,500 UDS
The students can work up to 20 hours per week off-campus or on-campus during regular breaks.
Career and Placement after Course
After completing this program students have job opportunities in the international divisions that help to generate global opportunities for products and services of large organizations. In addition, International Business majors can find specialized opportunities within functional areas, such as marketing, human resource management, finance, and supply chain management.