What are the outstanding objectives of the training program of International Economics and Development specialization, International Economics major?

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The program of specialization in International Economics and Development was introduced in 2013 alongside the development of the Faculty of International Economics at Foreign Trade University. Students in this program are highly evaluated by employers in three key aspects: knowledge, skills, self-reliance in work, and a sense of responsibility. Currently, the program is recognized as one of the quality training programs related to the field of international economics and development, instilling confidence in learners, labor users, and society.

The bachelor’s program in International Economics and Development aims to produce high-quality human resources with essential political, ethical, and professional competence. Graduates are prepared to take on roles as expert consultants, analysts, or managers in the field of international economics and development within government ministries, agencies, domestic and international development organizations, as well as non-profit organizations. The program is designed to ensure that graduates have the ability to scientifically, logically, and creatively analyze, evaluate, research, and practice economic and development issues. It equips students with practical skills, decision-making abilities, and problem-solving skills in the fields of international economics, development, diplomacy, and related areas.

Graduates will have a solid understanding of both theoretical and practical tools and the necessary skills for self-directed learning, scientific research, independent work, and effective response to comprehensive and sustainable development requirements. After graduation, students can take on roles as expert consultants, analysts, or managers in the field of international economics and development within government ministries, agencies, domestic and international development organizations, as well as non-profit organizations.