The continuing trend toward globalization requires that students in business have a fundamental grasp of the social and economic factors leading to commercial internationalization and the management practices required to operate successfully in an international environment.
The impacts of globalization on the economy and financial system also make trade necessary to examine in an international framework. Obtaining the financial resources in international commercial transactions in the most effective and efficient way in order to adapt to increasing commercial competition through globalization and evaluating the current resources in the most profitable and revenue-generating international investment projects is starting to become a core philosophy in international trade. For this reason, the need for qualified human resources who has well-educated in these areas is constantly increasing.
The most important feature of the International Trade and Finance Department is organized with interdisciplinary educational content at the common denominator of the finance, economics and business administration. Therefore, graduates will start their careers as an individual who has the qualification to invest in the international markets as well as being a good economist who has the ability for analytical thinking. Students of this department strengthen their knowledge not only with theoretical knowledge but also with the application of this knowledge. For this reason, internship is very important. Our students can gain working experience during their education and have the opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge acquired in courses by making their internships in foreign trade or finance departments of public or private companies, banks or customs consulting offices. With this experience, they can create new job opportunities for themselves. The program is supported to do an internship abroad, and job opportunities are created through bilateral agreements with international universities and institutions and Erasmus agreements.