Foreign Trade

Foreign Trade Program

Head of Department

Professor Salahattin ALTUNDAĞ

Program Introduction

In today's global market environment, it is to meet the need for staff equipped with practical knowledge of customs legislation and foreign trade and foreign exchange legislation, which is needed by enterprises operating in export marketing, especially small-scale enterprises. Due to the fact that a significant part of our country's foreign trade is with European Union member countries and the process of harmonization of legislation in the process of harmonization with the EU, during the two-year program, our students are also informed about EU legislation and integration, foreign trade policies and vocational foreign language training is provided within the scope of foreign trade terminology.

Job Opportunities After Graduation

Students who graduate from this program can work in foreign trade enterprises, foreign exchange departments of banks, EU representative offices, customs brokers, transportation companies and if they are successful in the exams, they can work with the title of "Assistant Customs Consultant" by taking the B carnet.

Faculties for Vertical Transfer

European Union Relations, Banking and Insurance, Banking and Finance, Labor Economics and Industrial Relations, Economics and Finance, Economics, Economics, Business Administration, Business Information Management, Business Informatics, Logistics Management, Capital Markets, International Finance, International Relations and European Union, International Business, International Trade, International Trade and Finance, International Trade Management