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Internationalization: Economic, Commercial, Legal and Political Aspects
There is considerable demand for professionals with interdisciplinary training in internationalization, as reflected in the high employment rate of students who have completed this master's degree in previous academic years. Potential employers include:
- Domestic and foreign companies involved in international activities in national or global markets.
- Companies involved in internationalization projects and initiatives.
Public institutions with regional or national scope involved in promoting, fostering and supporting internationalization.
- Inter-company cooperation or public-private cooperation organizations providing support for and promotion of internationalization.
- Multinational and international organizations and institutions.
- Institutions that conduct analyses and provide consultancy services on issues related to internationalization and to improving the global positioning of companies or countries.