Department of International Trade and Logistics
As a Major; International Trade and Logistics
International Trade is the exchange of capital, goods and services across international borders.
Countries specialise in exporting those products and services which they can produce most efficiently and import those where they are less efficient.
The International Trade gains an overwhelming importance as globalization affects the whole world: Today about a third of all the goods and services produced are traded internationally.
International Trade is a powerful driver for growth and rising living standards, especially in the developing countries.
Economic efficiency requires effective International Trade. Effective International Trade requires well-educated and qualified man power (human capital).
On the other hand, the process of logistics involves not only internal operations but also the role of the middlemen and supporting companies in International Trade.
The goal of logistics is to deliver the right product, at the right time, to the right place, in the right quantity, and for the right cost, in an excellent and flawless condition. This requires specialised knowledge of logistic management, as well as a staff resource of logistic managers, who are highly competent and skilled.
As a result, Cambodia needs qualified generations who can keep up with changes and developments in International Trade and Logistics, who can merge their knowledge of world trade with Cambodia’s benefit.
Objectives of the Program
The main objective of the Zaman University Department of International Trade and Logistics is developing experts able to lead the age of globalization and intellectuals with knowledge from a broad range of academic fields including international economics, finance, management and administration.
As the complexity and diversity of the international society deepens and the importance of international commerce increases, the multidisciplinary nature of the academic field of international trade has become one of its strong points. Therefore, another objective of the bachelor program is to prepare students as future business professionals who can function effectively in the dynamic and complex environment of the global marketplace.
The Program also aims to foster creative talent with practical skills and theoretical knowledge acquired through education tailored to the students. In other words, International Trade and Logistics Department aims to produce international trade and logistics specialists through theoretical, operation oriented, and contemporary programs and with the participation of eminent scholars who are specialized in International Trade and Logistics.
For these purposes, the multidisciplinary nature of the Department of International Trade and Logistics Curriculum is designed to meet the needs of students moving into positions of international responsibility.
Graduates of this program find careers in companies dealing with international trade and logistics, SMEs (small and middle sized companies) which are operating globally, internationally funded companies, commercial sections of Embassies, and in the trade / finance division of national / international companies.
The graduates of Zaman University International Trade and Logistics Department may find career opportunities at below foundations and institutions with the help of knowledge and practice they acquire during their education:
- Professionals in International Trade and Logistics
- Professionals in Customs Clearance
- Trade Policy Adviser
- International Trade Consultant
- International Finance Dealers
- Managerial Positions in Multi-National Companies
- Logistics, Supply, and Foreign Trade Departments of Production, Service and Sales Companies
- Logistics Service Providers
- Freight Forwarders
- Logistics Centers
- Customs Brokerage
- Logistics Departments of Insurance, Finance, Audit and Foreign Trade Companies
- Logistics Departments of Universities and Research Institutes
- Related Government Organizations
- Logistics Consultancy and Training Companies
- Logistics Applications Departments of Communications and Information Technology Companies
- Maritime and Port Authorities
- Related Departments of Free Zones/Economic Zones