The International Industrial Management Program supplements the studies in the Degree in Industrial Organization while intensifying its international approach. The engineers of today and tomorrow must be able to work in an international context. Foreign trade continues to grow in all countries, which means that industrial organization engineers have to know:

  1. The pros and cons of different internationalization strategies.

  2. How people management is affected when companies have different production plants and offices in other countries.

  3. Supply and distribution problems in international logistics.

  4. How international trade works.

  5. The problems that can arise when working with people from different countries.

  6. The habits and customs of professionals from other countries when performing organizational, work-related, management and decision-making tasks.