A diploma in International Business Management is a challenging and exciting professional qualification. Throughout this program, students will acquire expertise in marketing, accounting, management and entrepreneurial skills. This will empower them to confidently respond to current market demands.

You can maximize the benefits of this program by participating in our co-op diploma program, which integrates classroom learning with hands-on work experiences.

international business professional touching the world map


6 Months

of academic training

6 Months

of paid co-op

Learn about business within a global framework with our International Business Management (IBM) courses.

Learn about essential principles and practices for conducting successful business on a global scale, and develop the skills to adapt and thrive in diverse cultural and economic environments. This program is specifically designed for international students who aspire to secure positions within global corporations.

In the IBM Co-op Diploma program, students will develop and achieve mastery in a diverse set of essential skills and indispensable knowledge, including :

  • Proficiency in understanding, utilizing, and analyzing marketing strategies
  • Cross-cultural communication skills
  • Enhanced public speaking abilities
  • Strong technical and people management skills
  • Expertise in Networking
  • Financial statement analysis and proficiency in budget alignment strategies

Throughout this course, students will gain financial literacy, understand the Canadian tax system, and explore the financial implications on income. Additionally,  they will learn about financial documents and apply these principles to practical case studies.

By  the end of the course, students are expected to be proficient in:

  • Managerial Accounting
  • Cost concepts and their applications
  • Cost behaviour and analysis
  • Strategic budgeting 
  • Financial statements analysis

This course was designed to explore strategies that align with evolving values and dynamics of modern businesses management. It delves into the economic, political, historical, and social changes that shape the Canadian business landscape. Throughout the course, students will be introduced to fundamental strategic concepts and explore both conventional and contemporary themes, such as digital business and competitive advantages in the twenty-first century.

Upon completion of the course , students are expected to be adept  in:

  • Internal and external environment analysis
  • Evaluating a company’s intellectual assets
  • Producing competitive advantages  advantages
  • Understanding diversification 
  • Generating value  in a global environment

This course covers methods, processes, key tactics,  and tools for conducting efficient marketing research. We will  explore the significance of data gathering, delve into statistical insights, and gain proficiency in survey methodologies, sample analysis, predictive analytics, research design, and more.

By  the end of the course, students are expected to be proficient  in:

  • Neuromarketing basics
  • Consumer behavior
  • Marketing Research methodologies
  • Pricing process
  • Market targeting strategies

This case-based, interactive and hands-on course introduces students to contemporary strategies for effective professional communication. Students will learn to analyze and adapt to the audience, situation, and means of communication; developing awareness of language and tone to effectively convey ideas.

Upon completing the course, students are expected to have a thorough understanding of: 

  • The evolution of the management and leadership styles
  • Cross-cultural and cross-channel communication strategies
  • Public speaking techniques

This course explores the intricacies of starting and improving businesses. Through hands-on experiences , the students will gain  real-world experience and be empowered to excel  in the job market.

By  the end of the course, students are expected to be adept  in:

  • Creating a business plan
  • Navigating the steps to start  a business in Canada
  • Identifying promising business prospects
  • Implementing effective small business management strategies

This fundamental  course offers an overview of professional project management best practices. Encompassing various processes, methodologies, and approaches, it equips students with the knowledge and skills to align project objectives with business goals, define deliverables, comprehend key tasks, and ensure stakeholder satisfaction.

By  the end of the course, students are expected to be proficient  in:

  • Understanding different project management  methodologies
  • Developing business solutions
  • Implementing techniques to enhance effectiveness
  • Demonstrating strong technical and people management skills


Enrollment Requirements:

Applicants must possess a high school diploma or its equivalent; alternatively, they must be at least 19 years old

English Proficiency Requirements:

  • TOEFL iBT: 65+
  • TOEIC: 750+
  • DUOLINGO: 95+
  • IELTS – 5.5+
  • Cornerstone Level: 5.0+

Admission Documents

  • Online application form
  • A copy of your passport
  • High school diploma for candidates under 19 years old
  • Valid documentation for IELTS/TOEFL/TOEIC results (if applicable)



Success stories

Check what our student’s squad say about us

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 expectations. 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.


The International Business Management program has been an enriching experience; each month has presented new challenges and opportunities for developing my analytical skills. We work with impactful case studies and group projects and are introduced to Canadian culture in a business context.



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There is no doubt that Canada is one of the world’s most prosperous economies. As the world’s 10th largest economy, it has a GDP of $3 trillion and it makes Canada one of the best business habitats to establish a company as an entrepreneur. On top of that, our hand-crafted and specialized business management courses give a chance to international students to gain more practical skills to make a difference in many industries.

The list of International Business Management courses in Canada

  • Accounting fundamentals
  • Strategic business management
  • Marketing essentials
  • Business communications
  • Business entrepreneurship
  • Project management

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 the business management 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.

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

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