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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 14 2022 | None
International Economics and Trade Understanding is a need for Graduates to be employed at Global Level
Dr. Adam Paul Patteti
Pages: 3252-3260
The research study presented in this abstract aims to graduate students' knowledge of international commerce and economics. The next generation of professionals must have a thorough awareness of the dynamics of international commerce and economic policies as the world economy grows more intertwined. In order to identify possible areas for programme enhancement, the study aims to determine graduate students' existing knowledge base, perceptions, and degree of participation. The study uses a comparative methodology and focuses on graduate students from various universities and academic specialties. In order to gain a comprehensive knowledge of students' awareness levels and perspectives, a mixed-methods research methodology will be utilized, integrating quantitative surveys and qualitative interviews. The questionnaires test students' knowledge of important ideas such as international financial systems, trade theories, and international economic organizations. They will also document the exposure of pupils to courses and extracurricular activities pertaining to international trade. Through qualitative interviews, a deeper understanding of students' perceptions will be gained. Aspects including personal interests, prior academic exposure, and professional goals will be explored as they relate to their degree of awareness. Interviews will also provide light on any obstacles that students could encounter when trying to find pertinent materials and data about global commerce and economics. The results of the study will add to the body of knowledge already available on the efficiency of graduate-level courses in providing students with the information and abilities needed for international commerce and economics. It will highlight the disparities in awareness among academic fields and universities, assisting in the identification of best practices and areas in which curriculum development has to be improved. The research findings will provide guidance to academic institutions, politicians, and educators regarding the importance of graduate students developing a thorough understanding of global economic systems. This study ultimately aims to contribute to the development of a more knowledgeable and globally engaged workforce, able to address the challenges and seize the opportunities presented by an increasingly interconnected global economy, by raising graduate students' awareness of international economics and trade.
Employability skills, International economics, International trade, Graduate students.