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Innovative Approaches to Prepare International Business Leaders

Presented by Jocelyne Landry

Director of the Center for International Business (CIBS)

Université de Moncton

(Nouveau-Brunswick, Canada)


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Innovative Approaches to Prepare International Business Leaders


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Innovative Approaches to Prepare International Business Leaders

History

Created in 1989 by federal and provincial funds

Operational budget (interest on invested initial funds)

Works with advisory board (government, private companies, university)

Our Mandate

Maximizes interaction between exporters, future exporters and

the university

Provides students with hands-on experience abroad


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Innovative Approaches to Prepare International Business Leaders

Our programs

1. Export and Academic Partnering Program (EPP and APP)

2. Internships abroad

3. MBA internships in embassies

4. Export Development Canada (EDC)

5. Export Internship for Trade Graduates

6. International students internships

7. Students mobility programs

8. Trilateral MBA


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Export Partnering Program (EPP) and Academic Partnering Program (APP)

Pairing companies with students in international marketing

classes for a period of 3 to 4 months

Students prepare a marketing strategy for the target country;

Students and companies test the strategy during the trade

mission.

Since 1996,

- Trade mission: Mexico, Viet-nam, Hong Kong, Belgium, USA

(Boston, Worcester, New York), France.

- Over 200 students have participated in the program and

- 37 students have participated in trade missions.


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Export Partnering Program (EPP) and Academic Partnering Program (APP)

EPP

Target country and trade mission - USA (Boston, New-York)

Financed by the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agencies (ACOA)

http://www.acoa.ca, and companies in cooperation with Industry

Canada and Enterprises New-Brunswick

APP

Target country and trade mission - France

Financed by companies and the Department of foreign Affairs

and International Trade (DFAIT); http://www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca

- Students received scholarship to study in France

- While in France, they help gather valuable information


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Internships abroad

Graduate students work abroad for a period of 3 to 4 months,

paired with 2 companies / organizations

- 1/3 of their time is spent with assigned companies

- 2/3 of their time is allocated to the partner organisation

Programs financing provided by:

- Canadian heritage; http://www.pch.gc.ca

  - Forum Francophone des Affaires (FFA); http://www.ffa-i.org

- Canadian Museums Association; http://www.museums.ca

Since 1996, interns have worked in Belgium, Benin, China, England, France, Hungary, Mexico, Morocco, Philippines, Senegal, Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Tunisia.


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MBA Internships

MBA students work abroad in a Canadian consulate or

embassy for 3 to 4 months

Students are paired with 2 Canadian companies

- 1/3 of their time is spent with assigned companies

- 2/3 of their time is allocated to the consulate or embassy

Since 1996, interns have worked in Chicago, Paris, Los

Angeles, New York, Atlanta, Washington, Chicago,

Guadalajara, Mexico, China and Barbados.

Financed by Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agencies

(ACOA). ( http://www.acoa.ca )


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EDC Program

Students receive:

- $3000 scholarships;

- a paid work experience for 3 months at EDC

office in Ottawa, working on international issues.

Professors have access to:

- guests speakers from EDC;

- cases studies prepared by EDC.

Financed by Export Development Canada (EDC) http://www.edc.ca


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Export Internship for Trade Graduates

Designed for graduates in business administration

that are hired by exporting companies

For one year, 25% of wages assumed by the company and 75% by ACOA

Financed by Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agencies

(ACOA). ( http://www.acoa.ca )


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International students internships

Pairing international students with Canadian companies

interested in doing business abroad.

- Students receive incentive scholarship

- Work with a company for 3 month

- Develop marketing strategy

- Help the company overcome cultural issues

Selected for CBIE Innovative International Education Award

Financed by Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE)

http://www.cbie.ca


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Students mobility programs

The Université de Moncton has partners in;

- USA (Connecticut, Arkansas, Kentucky),

- Mexico(Veracruzana, Colima, Queretaro),

- Hungary,

- France (Angers, Amiens),

- Finland,

- Sweden.

Students abroad in partner institutions

- One semester or one year of studies

- Language immersion

- Work related experience


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Students mobility programs

Program of North American Mobility in Higher Education

- NAFTA Challenges of Accounting and Business Systems;

- Alliance For the Promotion of Cross-Cultural, Foreign language and

International Trade Skills for Business students utilizing technology;

- North American Consortium for International Advancement

Program of European Mobility in Higher Education

- Canada-European Community Program for Co-operation

in Higher Education and Training

Financed by HRDC (http://www.hrdc-drhc.gc.ca)


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Students mobility programs

Trilateral MBA (Canada – Mexico – USA)

- One semester of studies in each country

Université de Moncton (Canada)

Western Illinois University (USA)

Universidad de Queretaro (Mexico)

- EPP funds available from ACOA to involve companies

and trade missions


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Innovative Approaches to Prepare International Business Leaders

Required skills developed

Initiative

Pro-active

Determination

Resourceful

Flexible

Adaptive

Integration abilities

Patience

Transition from theory to practice

Maturity


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Innovative Approaches to Prepare International Business Leaders

Questions ???

Thank you


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