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bachelor international trade


Faced with the internationalization of markets, the interconnectivity of different activities and economic sectors, small and medium-sized companies alike need skilled people capable of supporting them in their economic and commercial development.

The aim of the Bachelor in International Trade is to train tomorrow’s international sales managers and operators, preparing them for both the technicalities of the import-export business and the richness and challenges of intercultural exchanges.

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Dublin, Berlin, Malta, New York, London

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Year 3: Level 6

The professional qualification is registered with the RNCP and recognized by the state as level 6.

Titre Professionnel Chargé de développement marketing et commercial, awarded by the FEDE. 

European Bachelor’s degree in International Business, awarded by the FEDE. 
(Private diploma under Swiss law).

Fiche RNCP N°35150, registered on December 12, 2020.
NSF code 312p: Commerce, sales.

Link to state-approved diploma data sheet 

European Bachelor’s degree in International Business awarded in dual certification by the Federation for European Education.

Professional certification accessible by VAE: 


Year 2: Level 5

Négociateur technico-commercial professional title issued by the French Ministry of Employment. This professional certification is registered with the RNCP and recognized by the French government at level 5. 

Fiche RNCP N°34079, registered on June 10, 2019. 
NSF code 312: Negotiation and sales.

Link to state-approved diploma data sheet


Understand the business environment

Implement a sales strategy

Develop and manage an import-export department

Manage and adapt to the multimodal nature of the various players involved



  • Business development manager
  • Business development assistant
  • Business developer
  • Sales engineer
  • Sales representative
  • Manager of sales
  • Business manager


Training equivalent to any other RNCP Level 6 diploma in the fields of sales, marketing and management.

More information on other diplomas available at

Possible crossover

Training available in 12 months after a validated Baccalauréat if the candidate claims 5 years’ professional experience (bridging study compulsory, contact the director for a personalized meeting to validate the project).


Year 1 & 2

Professional presentations

+ 14 hours per specialty
International Business
Management, Business and Marketing
Digital Marketing
Human Resources

Assessment methods

Year 1 and 2:
Final exam
Mock exams and preparatory orals
Group work

Year 3 :
Continuous assessment
European final exams
Thesis presentation
Group work

Skills blocks

You can validate one or more blocks of skills independently by referring to the France Compétences sheet and contacting the school by telephone or e-mail to study the feasibility for you.

Link to the RNCP sheet

Year 3

Institutional players, firms and populations
Transnational and national phenomena affecting trade
Country and country group risk
The company’s international institutional environment
The company’s national institutional environment
Financial markets
Money markets
Macro-economic analysis
The market and its components
Documentary research
Analysis of the company’s internationalization project
Selecting a target market
External and internal company diagnosis

International presence
Internationalization strategy
International presence policy
International prospecting
International marketing
Product adaptation
Cultural empathy
Cultural elements
Effective communication
International aid and financing
Financing prospecting operations
Financing export operations

Diploma advantages

Diploma prepared and validated

European Bachelor’s degree in International Business awarded in double certification by the European Federation of Schools.


Entry level / Prerequisites

Training available in 36 months after obtaining a vocational, technological or general baccalaureate or other Level 4 diploma.

Training available in 12 months after obtaining a BTS/ DUT or other Level 5 diploma.

Training available through VAE. Further information is available at http://www.vae.gouv.fr for the professional title, and from the FEDE for the RNCP Level 6 title.

Teaching methods

Teaching methods
500 hours of theory per year
Classes on Mondays and Tuesdays, i.e. 16 hours a week

Initial or work-study course (12 or 24 month apprenticeship or professionalization contract). If initial course, compulsory 6 week internship between the first and second years, and 12 weeks on the job in the third year.

Entrance fees

80€ entrance exam fee
490€ application fee (if successful)

Diploma fees

Initial course: €8500 for each year of training
Work-study course: Formation paid for by the OPCO for students on apprenticeship or professionalization contracts.