Manager à l'international

jonath06

New Member
French-France & English-California (US)
Bonjour,

J'aimerais faire valider cette traduction à propos d'un diplôme :

Manager à l'international peut se traduire par International Management Track

Avez-vous d'autres propositions ?

Merci d'avance :)
 
  • Ktl69001

    New Member
    English-Ireland
    Yes, it could be, but it's a little hard to say without the context.

    If the target sentence is something like "The International Management Track of our graduate program allows young managers to gain international experience in our overseas offices."

    Though there are lots of possibilities.
     

    jonath06

    New Member
    French-France & English-California (US)
    Thank you for your feedback Ktl69001 !

    It's to translate the title of a diploma.
    On it we can read:

    Manager à l'international
    Option Marketing-Vente, Gestion-Finance


    I was thinking to translate it by:

    International Management Track
    Major in Marketing-Sales, Management-Finance


    What do you think ?
     

    Ktl69001

    New Member
    English-Ireland
    In that case I would drop the "track"—one has a degree or diploma in something whilst one is on a track.

    ex. B.A. in International Management, joint major in Sales & Marketing and Management Finance
     

    jonath06

    New Member
    French-France & English-California (US)
    Thank you for your answer Ktl69001, I see your point.

    In the same school I had also another diploma (BBA in International Business), can I say:

    B.B.A. in International Business and Management, joint major in Marketing-Sales and Management-Finance

    Is that ok ?


     

    Ktl69001

    New Member
    English-Ireland
    Thank you for your answer Ktl69001, I see your point.

    In the same school I had also another diploma (BBA in International Business), can I say:

    B.B.A. in International Business and Management, joint major in Marketing-Sales and Management-Finance

    Is that ok ?


    :tick: Lookin' good.
     

    jonath06

    New Member
    French-France & English-California (US)
    Thank you !

    Last question, I can see some people adding on S to major on LinkedIn.

    So should I say Joint majors or Joint major ?
     
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