Faculty of Economics and Business

Faculty of Economics and Business

D4 International Business

Welcoming Words from Head of the Program

“Every student of the International Business Study Program is expected to have global insight by having experience visiting at least one country through the one student one country program which is implemented in the form of internships, short studies or company visits abroad.”

 

Dina Sartika, S.E.M.Si.Ph.D

Head of D4 International Business Program, Faculty of Economics and Business, Padjadjaran University

Program Description

The Undergraduate Study Program in Applied International Business, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Padjadjaran was established to answer business challenges that are very dynamic, especially in the current era of globalization. By the enactment of the Asean Economic Community (MEA) and the signing of the World Trade Organization (WTO) pact by the Government of Indonesia, human resources with competence in international trade are needed. On the other hand, the Indonesian government targets an increase in exports by 500% in the next 10-15 years and to grow 1000 new businesses with export potential, especially in West Java. For this reason, the Applied International Business Undergraduate Study Program is here, to produce graduates who have entrepreneurial abilities and become trend setters in the global business arena.

 

 

Produce export-import certified graduates with managerial qualifications who are able to perform in preparing, implementing, directing and evaluating import-export activities in international companies, forwarder companies, banking, supported by mastery of international languages with effective communication, negotiation skills, mastery of information systems and technology in the field of export and import comprehensively.

The learning process in the BI D4 Study Program emphasizes the practical/practical approach by 70% and theory by 30% as well as implementing the Student-Centered Learning method. The maximum number of students per class is 30 people, so students can actively participate in the learning process.

Graduate Prospect

Print export-import certified graduates, have managerial qualifications, have effective communication skills supported by mastery of international languages, as well as comprehensive mastery of information systems and technology in the field of export-import.

  1. Import Export Manager
    Import Export Manager is a graduate who is responsible for ensuring the company’s export and import process runs smoothly according to regulations, through trading activities and trade procedures, customs procedures, payment and financing of export and import, as well as goods logistics.
  2. Export Oriented Entrepreneur
    Export-oriented entrepreneurs are graduates who carry out business activities not only for the domestic scope but also abroad.
Curriculum

First Semester 
Religion2 Credits
Civic Education2 Credits
Indonesian Language2 Credits
English2 Credits
Sports, Art, and Creativity3 Credits
Economics for Business3 Credits
Accounting for Business3 Credits
Management3 Credits
Business3 Credits
Total23 Credits

Second Semester 
English for Business Purpose3 Credits
Speaking for Business Purpose3 Credits
International Trade3 Credits
International Business3 Credits
Export and Import3 Credits
Legal and Ethical Aspects of International Business3 Credits
Business Statistics3 Credits
Technology and Management Information System 3 Credits
Total24 Credits

Third Semester 
Operation Management3 Credits
Marketing Management 3 Credits
Finance Management3 Credits
Human Resource Management3 Credits
Export Import Document3 Credits
Export Market Access and Survey3 Credits
Export-Import Financing and Insurance3 Credits
Customs3 Credits
Total24 Credits

Fourth Semester 
Risk Management3 Credits
International Finance Management3 Credits
Taxation3 Credits
International Banking Management3 Credits
Digital Marketing3 Credits
Business Analytics3 Credits
Foreign language3 Credits
Cross-Cultural Management3 Credits
Total24 Credits

Fifth Semester 
Supply Chain management3 Credits
Integrated Logistics Management3 Credits
Design Thinking3 Credits
Business Development Strategic3 Credits
Business Communication3 Credits
Applied Research Methodology3 Credits
Academic Writing3 Credits
Community Service Program3 Credits
Total24 Credits

Sixth Semester 
Internship20 Credits

Seventh Semester 
Undergraduate Thesis6 Credits

Admissions
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Contact

Alpha Building 1st Floor, Faculty of Economics and Business Universitas Padjadjaran Jl. Raya Bandung Sumedang Km 21, Jatinangor, Sumedang City, West Java

(022)-2533814 / (022) 2509055, (022) 2511426

kaprodi.international.business@unpad.ac.id

Accreditation

B (BAN-PT)