International Business Management Co-op Diploma
Our International Business Management Diploma is a challenging and exciting professional qualification. In this program, we assist you to master your entrepreneurial skill to respond to the current market demands with modernized and individualized business management courses.
(Part-time Work Permit)
(Full-time Work Permit)
World-Class Business Management
Students in the International Business Management Co-op Diploma program in Canada build essential skills for business relations and develop the confidence to present clear and concise information in business environments. The program is designed for international English-speaking students to prepare for positions in job markets associated with business management.
Each individual international business management courses will help students to master the following skills below:
- Entrepreneurship and innovation
- Traditional workplace partnerships
- International sales and negotiation
- Business relationships
- Network and business communication skills
- International economics and finance
As well as the additional effort and level of commitment students must give to their program, students are expected to complete a minimum of 1-3 hours of assigned reading and/or homework each day, as designated by the instructor.
Our instructors, who have been employed as senior management within the industry, have many years of delivering international business programs and offer their own hands-on experience and knowledge to our students.
This course is designed to make students more rigorous, critical, precise, and thorough in their analysis of corporate issues and emerging frameworks for new businesses. Directors, executives, and managers are accountable to stakeholders and need to make ethical decisions. This course examines the background and nature of the new stakeholder-support era of corporate and professional accountability and governance and provides insights into the development of sound patterns of behavior on the part of directors, executives, and managers.
Strategic Business Management is designed to illustrate Canadian-centered “strategy spotlights” to accommodate the rise of distinct organizational values in business management. This course focuses on economic, political, historical, and social evolution. Key strategic concepts are introduced in a clear and concise manner. These concepts will include SWOT analysis, five-forces analysis, the resource-based view of the firm, value chain analysis, and competitive advantage. From a uniquely Canadian perspective, the material reflects on both the traditional bases and key themes in the importance of technologies, digital business, competitive advantages in the twenty-first century.
Provides managers and students with general information about marketing. Students will be able to understand the relation of Marketing and how important to use the tools and resources with detailed research to ensure a successful business.
This case-based, interactive course introduces students to contemporary strategies of successful communication in professional contexts. Students learn how to analyze an audience, situation, and medium to create messages that respond to practical challenges and build productive relationships. Students develop sensitivity to language and tone, learn to organize and convey ideas and information, and select the best means to accomplish their intended purposes.
The goals of this course are to provide the student with theories from the fields of entrepreneurship, small business management, and the major functional areas of business, including management, marketing, accounting, and finance. The text supports the theory with over one hundred real-life business examples, featured in boxes and opening profiles. These features have been carefully selected to include a mix of both young, inspiring entrepreneurs and experienced, high-profile business owners. In addition, many boxes have become small to mid-sized cases, with thought-provoking discussion questions to generate student interest in the subject matter.
This course prepares students to function effectively in the contemporary workplace with an understanding of how employers recruit and select employees, how to most effectively manage the job search and interview process, and how relationships within the workplace are affected by the employee, company policy and practice, and regulatory requirements.
* Programs subject to change.
Career after the program
A career in the international business industry
- Yearly Low salary : 35,000$
- Yearly Median Salary : 47,280$
- Yearly High salary : 62,000$
Average front desk agent yearly salary in Canada C$30,201
Positions For Business Management
- Business Development
- Human Resources
- Culinary Arts
- Production and distribution
- Customer Service
"The international business management diploma program allowed me to learn a wide range of activities and strategies around the business market scope. Now I have a solid grounding in understanding both local and international markets. I'm ready to join the market and start working on my own business!
"I was inspired to take a chance and decided to register with the International Business Management Diploma at CICCC. Today, I can proudly tell that within three months the diploma has matched my expectation. I never experienced being in classes where you have total freedom of speech, a right to express opinions, and a high optimism about potential future success.
Schedule your education
International Business Management Starting Dates
* The schedule may be subject to change.
** Based on the start date the student will begin with the course schedule and continue with the following courses. Refer to the brochure below for more information.
Scholarship options are available
- High School Graduation or equivalent; or 18 years of age.
- Successful completion of ESL level intermediate at Cornerstone College or;
- Academic IELTS 5.5
- TOEFL IBT 65
- Qualification for ESL level upper-intermediate on the CICCC placement test
- Online application form
- A copy of your passport
- High school diploma for a candidate who is under 18 years old
- Valid document for academic IELTS or TOEFL if an applicant has
Do you have any questions?
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
The purpose of co-op programs in Canada is to assist international students to adopt Canadian industries and get work experience while studying in Canada. Involving with real-life projects with the support of teachers’ expertise is a key factor for personal and professional development.
Finding a job in this studying field is not that difficult as many students think. The program’s students are getting the most updated knowledge and experience from our co-op advisors during their academic period. In order to have essential knowledge, you can read this article.
Absolutely, you can choose your learning method. Here at Cornerstone, we have a blended-teaching method that gives flexibility for our students to pick the most comfortable way to learn for each person. Our online booking system helps students reserve their spot in class for any day available.
There is no additional payment required for any industry-recognized certifications. Cornerstone College provides them all for its students.
It is totally depending on your personal, communication, and industry-related skills. Students in the International Business Management Co-op Diploma program earn 16.50CAD/per hour on average.
Yes, your co-op work must be paid.
Yes, you can absolutely extend your program. In fact, we encourage our students to study multiple diploma programs as they can expand their knowledge and expertise to find better jobs in Canada. Check this page to find more information about our Dual Diploma Programs.
This program has been approved by the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training.