The Massachusetts Institute of Business (MIB) and the Brazilian Association of Foreign Trade (Abracomex) have renewed an international partnership.
Brazilian students who want to study in business can now count on a quality American education without leaving Brazil.
The program was launched in 2014 and has already trained more than 5,000 students who have had experiences in the Massachusetts Institute of Business’s online teaching environment and have been able to hang out with other students for a week in Boston USA.
As Marcus Vinicius Tatagiba, director of Abracomex reported, “the courses developed in partnership with MIB have American expertise and certification, but the practical application takes into account the reality of the Brazilian market, as well as customized teaching material for the Portuguese language.”
The partnership between Abracomex and MIB offers the following course options: International Business Management, International Marketing Management and International Trader Management and Global Business Management, lasting 4-6 months, taught online.
To learn about course options visit www.abracomex.org or www.bsmib.org.