Boosting international career aspirations of 10,000 young people

The Institute of Export (IOE) is spearheading a ground-breaking programme to equip 10,000 youngsters with the skills to build careers in international trade and enterprise.
read more

Find an Expert

Please use the links to find a suitable expert.

Want to live the American dream? Learn from my mistakes!

Guest blog by Dianne Hosking, Farnham Castle Intercultural Training Moving to the United States was a dream come true – this was a country where English was the mother tongue and cultural differences should have been few and far between. Having been avid viewers of Larry King, Oprah and Friends, what could possibly go wrong? After all, surely this was all the cultural training we would need! But three months into life in Dallas, Texas, my husband and I looked at each other and...

New milestone for the Institute’s 2014 graduation ceremony

This year’s IOE Graduation and Prize Ceremony will celebrate the first graduates of our flagship Foundation Degree in Professional Practice in International Trade which has been delivered in association with Anglia Ruskin University. The event on May 6 at London’s historic Mansion House acknowledges the vibrant success of the Institute’s graduates - and marks an unprecedented doubling in student numbers who are expected to enrol on our internationally accredited courses across...

Export Week: IOE on BBC 5 Live and supporting showcase export event

Our director general Lesley Batchelor was invited on to BBC 5 Live with Nicky Campbell and Rachel Burden this morning which marks the start of Export Week 2014 (April 7-11) - you can hear Lesley from 1h 44 minutes into the programme. Lesley recommended that tax breaks would be useful to any company entering new markets as a support until the first sales start coming in - as it can take up to 18 months to become established in challenging markets. When asked by Nicky Campbell which markets...


"Studying with the Institute of Export and International Trade has been valuable in increasing my knowledge and understanding of the complexities of international trade...
Kate Willars