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Minor in ITP

International Trading is offered as a Minor programme by the Centre of Excellence International Trading (CEIT) to all Business and Engineering Students.

Interested students from other colleges in NTU may write to ceit-itp@ntu.edu.sg to be considered for the programme and their applications will be reviewed and assessed based on academic performance and a suitable CGPA cut-off.


This programme aims to nurture a specialised and global-ready workforce equipped with both business and technical knowledge for the commodity trading sector. You can look forward to a wide spectrum of exciting and rewarding career opportunities available in the lucrative commodity trading sector and value chain upon graduation.

 
To fulfil the requirements for the Minor in International Trading, you will need to complete the seven core courses (16 AUs).


Course Code

Course Title

AUs

BF2217

Commod​ity Markets

3

BF3213

Enterprise Risk Management in Commodity Markets

2

BF2216

Trade Incoterms & Ship Chartering

4

BF2302

International Tax and Trading Law

2

BF3212

Trade, Structured & Supply Chain Finance

2

BF3214

Commodities Trading

2

BF4001

Industry Seminar

1


Note: The same course cannot be counted towards satisfying requirements of two programmes, such as a major and a minor, or two minors. The courses are updated from time to time to reflect the needs of the industry, in particular the latest industry trends and skill requirements in Singapore.

 

Career Prospects

 

With the Minor in International Trading, you will have the versatility and ability to choose from a broad and diverse range of career functions in the commodity sectors such as:

 

  • Marketing, Business Development and Analysis
  • Trading and Sales
  • Operations, Procurement and Sourcing
  • Finance and Regulations
  • Market Research and Product Development

 

Important Notes

  

  • ​A course cannot be counted towards the requirements of two minors (unless otherwise stated).
  • To be awarded a minor, students must not opt for these courses to be graded Satisfactory (S)/Un-Satisfactory (U).

 

Updated as at 2-May-2019​​

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