The MBA- International Business programme (formerly MIB), run by the Faculty of Commerce and Business, located in the Delhi School of Economics plays a pivotal role in equipping its students with the requisite skills to sculpt the face of the future arena of business. In 1985, the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India, and the International Trade Centre (ITC/ UNCTAD/GATT), Geneva identified the Faculty of Business and Commerce as a centre fit for conducting a specialized program in International Business and Trade, laying the foundation for MIB. The curriculum has been designed keeping in mind the necessities and requirements of the future business world. It is regularly updated based on feedback from corporate leaders and is contemporary in both its outlook and pedagogy. The course has been recognized as an institution with proven capability to continuously upgrade its knowledge base with a view to servicing the requirements of the government units, trade and industry. It is designed to enable students to bring success and add value to themselves as well as organizations in which they become stakeholders.
Why International Business?
The world is shrinking. Economies across the globe are rapidly integrating into a mega world economy. In this era of strategic alliances, joint ventures and unpredictable market conditions cross-cultural capabilities combined with visionary leadership are requisites for worldwide Corporatism. Clearly the need of the hour is LEADERS with a global perspective on economic, technological, cultural and political interfaces with business.
It takes talent to nurture talent. The strong faculty pool ensures that the curriculum is always cutting edge, with the right blend of theory and practice. The permanent faculty are all respected professionals who have been recognised and globally rewarded for their achievements in their respective fields. Many of them are international acclaimed scholars.
The course grooms its students with an objective to make them to leaders who are adaptable, flexible and sensitive to the cross-cultural context of business. Students are made aware of their social responsibility through involvement in initiatives like SIFE, NGOs (Search years etc).Seminars and workshops, talks by eminent industry leaders, etc are part of the learning experience and are organized on a regular basis.