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Student Profile and Career opportunities related to the Master in Business in Sub-Saharan Africa (eLearning)

Master in Business in Sub-Saharan Africa taught by EENI Global Business School.

Online Student Profile. Master in Business in Sub-Saharan Africa

  1. African Export Managers (Export Directors, International Division Director, Internationalisation Director, and Export Area Managers) of export companies (or with Import-Export potential), import companies or businesses in the internationalisation process with business opportunities in Africa
  2. Commercial Directors for the African Markets or Sales and Marketing Directors (domestic market) wishing to begin international business activities and/or doing business in the African Countries
  3. Managing Directors of Small and Medium Enterprises wanting to internationalise their operations in Africa (Nigeria, Angola, Egypt, Morocco, Kenya, South Africa, Sudan)
  4. Postgraduates (business administration, economics, engineers, lawyers, translators) seeking a specialisation in Business in Africa
  5. Sector Professionals wishing to update their knowledge on the African Markets
  6. Professionals from other sectors that want to specialise in business in Africa

Given the wide variety of EENI Student Profiles and countries where we operate; it is difficult to define a standard profile of our students.

For example, our largest global institutional customer is the United Nations and the related agencies (mainly expatriate managers). At a company level, we have students in both large multinationals as Small and Medium Enterprise.

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Job descriptions (Work profiles) related to the Master

Directive positions/Management:

  1. African Export Manager. Export Directors. Regional and Export Area Managers
  2. Director in Nigeria, Director in South Africa
  3. Director of International Department. International Division Director
  4. Director of Internationalisation
  5. Director of International Relations
  6. Director of International Projects
  7. Director of Sales Administration and Expansion
  8. International Commercial Director. International Sales and Marketing Director. International Sales Manager. African Sales Manager

Executive positions/middle managers:

  1. Import/Export Manager
  2. African Export Manager
  3. Product Manager for the African Markets
  4. Coordinator of international Investment in Africa
  5. Foreign Trade Executives
  6. International Banking Department
  7. Foreign Trade Consultant (specialisation in Africa)
  8. Sales Representative in the African Countries
  9. Sales Representative in Africa
  10. Technical Sales area import-export
  11. International collection manager
  12. Sales to foreign customers
  13. African Export Assistant
  14. International Marketing and Sales Assistant
  15. Import Export Administrative Assistant

African Frontier Markets (Nigeria, Kenya, Angola, Ghana, Ethiopia) Emergence of the African middle-classes

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Career opportunities related to the Master.

Upon completion of the Master in Business in Sub-Saharan Africa taught by EENI Global Business School, the students will be able to carry out their responsibilities efficiently in:

Job descriptions and Career opportunities - Master

  1. Export or import companies (or with the potential for internationalisation) related to International Business: foreign trade departments, international marketing or internationalisation related to the African Market.
  2. Service companies and organisations related to the African international trade: International departments (Banks), logistics (transport), customs (Forwarders/Customs Brokers), Consulting (Marketing, Advertising Companies, Import-Export)
  3. Public and private institutions related to the internationalisation process in Africa: Development Agencies, Chambers of Commerce, Trade Unions, Business Associations, Exporters Associations, Multilateral Organisations, Non-governmental Organisations
  4. Personal projects (entrepreneurs) offering consulting services related to foreign trade, African Business Consultant, Business Agent, Import/Export agents, brokers or creating one's company specialising in the global business

Abdoul Karim Ouandaogo (EENI Alumni)
Ouandaogo Abdoul Karim (EENI Student) winner of one West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU) regional award.

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Isabel dos Santos, Angolan Businesswoman, Richest African Women (Angola)

  1. Paths, Diploma and Tuition Fees of the Master
  2. Samples of the Master
  3. Distribution of the Master (semesters and subjects)
  4. Thesis of the Master in Business in Sub-Saharan Africa
  5. Why study the Master at EENI?

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