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Managing International Business Post-COVID-19

Learn to adjust to the ‘new normal’ and get the tools to succeed in the post-COVID-19 era with increasing streams of disruptions and instability. This masterclass is for you if you want to successfully navigate the challenges of the new international business landscape and understand their implications for industries, firms, and managers.

Important facts and dates

•    Tuition: €1,950*  
•    Duration: 2 days •    Language: English 
•    Next start date: 19 March 2024 •    Type: Masterclass
•    Lectures: Tuesday and Wednesday (09:00 – 17:00) •    Location: Amsterdam Business School

*UvA alumni receive a 10% discount. Fees are VAT-exempt.

For whom?

This masterclass is designed for all mid- to senior-level professionals whose work is affected by some degree of internationalisation and strategic decision-making within their firms. They usually work in departments dealing with business development, the strategic orientation of the firm, and organisational design considerations. This masterclass is for you if you have a minimum of 5 years work experience.

Need help?

Reach out to us for questions about this masterclass or our transportation and accommodation options. We respond within 2 business days.

Jannice Daha LLM
T: +31 (0)20 525 6134

Why join this masterclass?
Navigate firms through the post-COVID-19 era
Balanced mix of theory and practice
Expand your business network 

What will you learn?

During this masterclass, you will:

  1. learn what the future of international business in the post-COVID-19 era will look like;
  2. enhance your understanding of the ‘new normal’ conditions in international business;
  3. learn how risks are evolving in the post-COVID-19 era. What implications those risks have for businesses and managers, and how businesses can mitigate or benefit from those risks;
  4. develop new managerial skills that are required under the ‘new normal’ conditions in international business.

Teaching staff

Dr. J. (Jan) Schmitt

Assistant professor in international business

Areas of expertise
Jan's expertise centres on the organisational design of multinational corporations. In his research, he investigates how globalisation and digitalisation impact multinational corporations. Both his research and teaching have been recognised with prestigious awards.

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Facts & Figures
Degree programme
0 ECTS, 2 days
Language of instruction
Starts in
Roeterseiland campus