International Trade and Finance (English)

International Trade and Finance is an interdisciplinary field of study. The subject of International Trade and Finance; different as economic foundations, transactions and applications, documents used, financing, etc. regarding import and export made by companies located in different countries or multinational companies; however, it consists of complementary areas.  Our department was established in order to educate potential management candidates who have contributed to the creation of international competitive strategy the sectors located in the Turkey  economy.It also aims to train qualified professional staffs that increase the competitiveness of public and private sector organizations in the international arena in line with economic policy objectives.

In the process of globalization, international finance issues have gained great importance in an environment where economic integrations are intensified and competition conditions are intensified. Developments in the  Turkey and world  are increasing the demand for human resource with international skills and contemporary knowledge. In this context, students are offered courses on the basic topics of Business and Economics disciplines, International Trade and Finance, International Relations, Law, Entrepreneurship and the international dimensions of these fields.

In today’s world where University-Business World collaboration comes to the fore, our students are given the opportunity to establish relations with the business world; our students are also supported by internships and projects. Our department graduates can take part in foreign trade departments, companies ‘foreign trade departments, import and export departments, banks’ foreign transactions services, customs, customs clearance companies, logistics companies and insurance companies. In addition, they have the opportunity to work in all public and private sector institutions where graduates of the Faculty of Economics, Business Administration, Economics and Administrative Sciences.