Case Western Reserve considered one of nine campuses to receive the Andrew Heiskell Award for Innovation in International Training. Graduates of the International Business and European Affairs program can pursue careers in multinational or local business companies (in strategy, management, advertising, purchasing or production job placements), government bodies, NGOs, international organizations and regional institutions.

Employers usually embody management consulting corporations, banks, import/export companies, multinational manufacturers, international non-governmental organizations (NGOs), electronics firms and transportation businesses, including transport firms and airlines.

Alongside traditional business abilities and disciplines corresponding to strategy, human resource management, finance, operations and advertising, you will acquire world abilities through items corresponding to international economics, world advertising, and Intercultural awareness in business.

The course supplies you with a deeper appreciation of the roles and relationships of businesses in a global context, together with the particular operational and strategic issues, challenges and opportunities that businesses face after they start operating at a global stage.

You will also acquire a working understanding of foundational ideas in the key practical and operational areas, including business management, business research, advertising, finance, accounting, operations management, human resource management, interpersonal and collaborative communication abilities, masking necessary features of working in a global and multi-cultural setting.