BSS Diploma in International Business: Eligibility, Criteria, Scope, Benefits , Job Opportunities , Requirements

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International business refers to the trade of goods, services, technology, capital and/or knowledge across national borders and at a global or transnational life. It involves cross-border transactions of goods and services between two or more countries. Transactions of economic resources include capital, skills, and people for the international production of physical goods and services such as finance, banking, insurance, and construction. International business is also known as globalization. To conduct business overseas, multinational companies need to bridge separate national markets into one global marketplace.


Eligibility Criteria for BSS Diploma in International Business

  • The applicant must be completed Tenth standard or Twelfth or its equivalent from a recognized school board.


Course Duration

  • Six Months


Course syllabus


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Duties and Responsibilities

  • Gathering and analysing company data, such as revenue, expenditure, and employment reports, across international divisions

  • Determining how to lower company overhead, such as supply expenses, financial expenditures, and global staffing

  • Interviewing management overseas to determine the best methods and resources needed to resolve company issues on an international scale

  • Recommending new systems, practices, and organizational changes to be implemented within each global office

  • Working with managers to ensure that changes are being implemented effectively

  • Overseeing budgets, contracts, marketing plans, and advertising media with management and team members across international markets

  • Planning marketing campaigns to reach target markets, including specific age, gender, income, and education demographics, based on global needs

  • Initiating market research and analysing findings to determine customer opportunities

  • Examining the international demand for company products and services while studying what their competition offers

  • Developing pricing strategies for a company’s products or services

  • Ensuring consistent brand tone and messaging across all platforms

  • Leading content generation and production across digital and print media

  • Directing operational activities to create in-demand global products and services

  • Discussing company performance with other executives, staff, and board members worldwide

  • Negotiating and signing off on contractual agreements

  • Assigning department heads and managers overseas

  • Analysing company reports, including financial and sales data

  • Identifying areas to reduce costs, increase revenue, and improve company performance

  • Aligning management with its employees to support global organizational development and culture

  • Coordinating and directing employee benefits programs across foreign divisions

  • Working with other managers on sensitive HR issues in accordance with national laws, such as equal employment opportunity

  • Handling staffing issues, including disciplinary action, productivity, training, compliance, payroll, and outsourcing

  • Supervising international contractors, support staff, and employees

  • Overseeing company retention procedures and ensuring a supportive, collaborative company culture

  • Recommending foreign investments and portfolios

  • Analysing current and historical financial data to determine global market trends

  • Studying international economic and business patterns

  • Examining their organization’s financial records across global divisions

  • Preparing financial reports and presentations to review with management

  • Evaluating their company’s financial decisions to help enhance company performance

  • Listening to and understanding their clients’ needs, effectively communicating their recommendations to enhance client outcomes.

  • Conducting surveys and examining international data using statistical analysis, database management programs, and other complex mathematical tools

  • Studying and forecasting global market trends

  • Creating reports, tables, and charts representing their findings

  • Designing policies and making recommendations to solve economic issues worldwide

  • Evaluating outcomes related to proposed regulations, legislation, or resources on a global scale

  • Monitoring international events and policy decisions

  • Developing and testing theories using statistical analysis and other tools

  • Gathering and examining data from various sources, such as election results and public opinion surveys

  • Identifying key trends, policies, and strategies worldwide



  • Cross-cultural communication skills.

  • Excellent networking abilities.

  • Collaboration.

  • Interpersonal influence.

  • Adaptive thinking.

  • Emotional intelligence.

  • Resilience (the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties)


Job Roles

  • International marketing director

  • Financial controller or manager

  • International economist

  • Business development manager

  • International trade and customs manager

  • Policy advisor or analyst

  • Management analyst

  • Marketing manager

  • Human resources officer or manager

  • Public relations (PR) account executive

  • Sales executive

  • Compliance officer

  • Digital marketer

  • Financial trader

  • Media planner


Higher Studies after BSS Diploma in International Business

  • Students who have completed six months of BSS Diploma in International Business course after Tenth or Twelfth are eligible to get admission to the related Under Graduation courses or its equivalent.


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