Global Bachelor’s Degree in International Business

Talent in a globalized world

Taught entirely in English, you will learn how to identify and use the key levers that facilitate business success in an international environment.

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  • Detailed study plan
  • Why this degree is perfect for you
Global Bachelor’s Degree in International Business

Start

Sep 23, 2020

Duration

4 years
  • Integral vision of a company and an international perspective for doing business.
  • A program designed with the help of the most internationally recognized companies and institutions

In the PDF you will find:

  • Detailed study plan
  • Why this degree is perfect for you

Degree in International Business Key Points

Acquire the talent needed for a globalized world

  • Fecha de Inicio

    Sep 23, 2020

  • Modalidad

    Face-to-face

  • Duration

    4 years

  • ECTS

    240

  • Language

    English

  • Campus

    Madrid Villaviciosa de Odón

  • Universidad

    Universidad Europea de Madrid

  • Área de Conocimiento

    Business and technology

  • Tipo de Estudio

    Degree

Reasons why study Degree in International Business

Accreditation ACBSP

First Spanish university to receive the prestigious ACBSP accreditation

Agreements to study outside

Opportunities for study abroad at international universities in Europe, USA and Asia

Entrepreneurship

15% of our students are entrepreneurs

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Access

New student profile and ways to access the degree

The ideal profile of students wishing to study the Degree in International Business is:

  • Students interested in working in management at companies with an international presence, whatever the sector.
  • Active professionals who want to make a leap in their professional career.
  • Graduates in Higher Degree Technical Studies

Access Requirements

You can access the Degree in International Business via any of the following options,

  • Passing the University Admissions test, in accordance with current legislation.
  • Pass in the Access Tests for over 25 years and over 45 years
  • Higher technical studies, Higher technical studies in Arts and Design, Higher technical studies in sports.
  • Diplomas, Graduates, Technical Engineers, Engineers, Architects
  • Graduates of educational systems of Member States of the European Union and other countries with which international agreements have been signed, complying with the provisions of current regulations.
  • Students from other countries and those who do not have an international agreement signed, must have their degrees recognized and take the university test (s).
  • Over 40 years who, without having a degree that allows them access to the university, accredit work or professional experience in relation to the Degree in International Business.
  • Mínimum English level required: B2

Places Available

105

Admission Process

The admissions process for programs in the Postgraduate School at Universidad Europea is open all year round, although registration in any of the programs is dependent on the availability of places.

If you wish to receive personalized advice from our Postgraduate Admissions team, contact either of our two university campuses (Alcobendas or Villaviciosa de Odón) or contact us:

Having been advised, you should file the documents required:

  • Application Form
  • Copy of your ID or NIE
  • Copy of your University Degree
  • CV.

The Postgraduate Admissions team will contact you to complete access exams according to your desired program and a personal interview with the Director of the Master’s Degree or with a member on the Admissions Committee. 

* The admissions process does not cost the candidate anything nor is it binding on either party up until the registration process has been completed.

Convalidations and study transfers

If you want us to make a personalized validation plan quickly, free and without obligation, you can do it here

Transfer regulations and credit recognition

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Facilities

With a clear vision aimed at achieving academic excellence, our campuses offer a wide range of degrees focused on the development of professional skills and  competencies. We have a series of facilities that stand out for their innovative design, as well as for adapting to the needs of the labor market, so that students can approach the professional world from day one.

In Madrid we have two campuses, in Villaviciosa de Odón and Alcobendas.

In addition, students have small, flexible classrooms to adapt to different learning methodologies. They have the latest digital touch screens and access to applications and software programs through MyLabs.

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Study plan

PRIMER CURSO / FIRST YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
9885001101 Entorno económico 6 BASICA  
Economic Environment
9885001102 Fundamentos de Negocios Internacionales 6 OBLIGATORIA  
Fundamentals of International Business
9885001103 Habilidades Comunicativas 6 OBLIGATORIA  
Communication Skills
9885001104 Matemáticas 6 BASICA  
Mathematics
9885001105 Entornos: Cultural, Político y Legal 6 BASICA  
Environments: Cultural, Political and Legal
9885001106 Geopolítica del Mundo Actual 6 BASICA  
Geopolitics of Today’s World
9885001107 Principios de Dirección de Empresas 6 BÁSICA  
Principles of Business Management
9885001108 Análisis Financiero y Contable 6 BASICA  
Financial and Accounting Analysis
9885001109 Idioma A I 6 OPTATIVA  
Foreign Language A I
9885001110 Introducción al Marketing 6 BASICA  
Introduction to marketing
SEGUNDO CURSO / SECOND YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
9885001201 Análisis competitivo de mercado 6 BASICA  
Competitive market analysis
9885001202 Contabilidad financiera y control de gestión en entornos internacionales 6 OBLIGATORIA  
Financial accounting and management control of international environments
9885001203 Economía financiera 6 OBLIGATORIA  
Financial economics
9885001204 Marketing Internacional 6 BASICA  
International Marketing
9885001205 Economía mundial 6 BASICA  
World Economics
9885001206 Estadística 6 OBLIGATORIA  
Statistics
9885001207 Fiscalidad internacional 6 OBLIGATORIA  
International taxation
9885001208 Fuentes de financiación internacional 6 OBLIGATORIA  
Sources of international financing
9885001209 Idioma A II 6 OPTATIVA  
Foreign language a II
9885001210 Inteligencia empresarial 6 OBLIGATORIA  
Business intelligence
TERCER CURSO / THIRD YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
9885001301 Dirección estratégica internacional 6 OBLIGATORIA  
International strategic management
9885001302 Gestión de recursos humanos 6 OBLIGATORIA  
Human resources management
9885001303 Habilidades directivas y de negociación 6 OBLIGATORIA  
Managerial and negotiation skills
9885001304 Investigación comercial 6 OBLIGATORIA  
Commercial research
9885001305 Comercio internacional 6 OBLIGATORIA  
International trade
9885001306 Derecho y contratación internacional 6 OBLIGATORIA  
Law and international contracts
9885001307 Finanzas Internacionales 6 OBLIGATORIA  
International finance
9885001308 Estrategias de internacionalización 6 OBLIGATORIA  
Internationalization strategies
9885001309 Idioma A III 6 OPTATIVA  
Foreign language A III
9885001310 Dirección de producción y operaciones internacionales 6 OBLIGATORIA  
Production and international operations management
CUARTO CURSO / FOURTH YEAR
Código Asignatura / Subject Code Materia / Coursework ECTS Tipo / Type Idioma / Language
9885001401 Distribución logística 6 OBLIGATORIA  
Logistical distribution
9885001402 Ética en los negocios internacionales 6 OBLIGATORIA  
Ethics in international business
9885001403 Gestión de proyectos 6 OBLIGATORIA  
Project management
9885001404 Prácticas externas I 6 PRÁCTICAS  
Internship I
9885001405 Prácticas externas II 6 PRÁCTICAS  
Internship II
9885001406 Trabajo fin de grado negocios internacionales 6 TRABAJO FIN DE GRADO  
International business graduation project
9885001801 Actividades universitarias 6 OBLIGATORIA  
University activities
9885001803 Negociación internacional y diplomacia 6 OPTATIVA  
International negotiation and diplomacy
9885001804 Potencias y mercados emergentes 6 OPTATIVA  
Emerging powers and markets
9885001805 Evaluación del impacto ambiental 6 OPTATIVA  
Environmental impact assessment
9885001806 Gestión de la innovación 6 OPTATIVA  
Innovation management
9885001812 Fusiones y adquisiciones 6 OPTATIVA  
Mergers and takeovers

*The Graduation Project is mandatory. It must be done online with a Universidad Europea advisor and presented at the University after you return. ECTS European Credit Transfer System DR Degree Requirement UCR University Core Requirement RE Required Elective Curricular courses may be subject to modification 100% English: All courses in curriculum are taught in English.

Calendar – Degree Implementation

  • First: 2014-2015
  • Second: 2015-2016
  • Third: 2016-2017
  • Fourth: 2017-2018

Timetables

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Faculty

Our program is possible thanks to a top-class faculty that mixes professional and academic profiles, with renowned experts in all areas.

Verónica Baena Gracia has a PhD in Applied Economics from the University of Alcalá and has a Double Degree in Law and in Business Administration and Management from the Carlos III University of Madrid. Currently, she is Professor of Marketing at the Universidad Europea de Madrid. She has multiple awards in the area of marketing as well as for her research and teaching.

Gloria Canales Vargas is a professor in the area of Economics. She has taught at the London International College and University of Sunderland (London), Saint Louis University (Madrid), Florida International University, Florida Atlantic University and Miami Dade College (Florida, USA), Pontificia Universidad Católica (Perú) y Pontificia Universidad Católica de Río de Janeiro (Brasil).

Héctor Carretie is a Doctor Europeus from the Rey Juan Carlos University, Master in International Accounting and Financial Management from the Rey Juan Carlos University and a Degree in Economics and Business Administration from the Autonomous University of Madrid. He held different positions in private companies in Madrid and London (CFO, KAM & Controller).

Francesco Cortellese is a Doctor in International Taxation from the Autonomous University of Madrid. Degree and Master in Business Administration and Management from the University of Verona (Italy). He has worked in the Corporate Office of Unicredid Bank and in the Italian Tax Agency.

Javier Fernández Collantes. Professor with international profile. 7 years of experience as a teacher of linguistic subjects in English, French and Spanish. He has taught Spanish at the University of Salamanca. He has also worked on two Erasmus + research projects: WBL-Pro and Be @ CyberPro.

Ricardo García-Viana has a Diploma in Tourism from the UNED and a Bachelor in Humanities from the Universidad Europea de Madrid. He is a regular professor at the European University of Applied Sciences at its campuses in Berlin, Hamburg and Iserlohn. He has taught courses at different universities in different countries such as USA, UK, Greece, Finland, Holland, Belgium, Ecuador, Brazil, Czech Republic and Mexico.

Luis Fernando Gracia Sarubbi has a PhD in Economics and Business from the Universidad Europea de Madrid. He has a Master in Financial and Tax Advice from the Rey Juan Carlos University and a Bachelor of Business Administration and Management from the University of Buenos Aires. His main areas of research are accounting regulations at international level and at national level in Spain, Brazil, Canada, the Netherlands and China. International stays in Holland (Utrecht Hogeschool), Canada (Ryerson University) and London School of Economics (UK).

Felipe Graeml Reis is a senior mechanical engineer, with a master's and doctorate in production engineering from the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC-Brazil). He has been general director of an engineering company and technical consultant in decision models in Brazil, as well as production manager of the multinational OHL. Professor in Brazil and Spain in different universities and business schools and tutor at the University of Lancaster (United Kingdom).

Iván Oliver Hilliard is a Doctor in Economics and Business from Universidad Europea de Madrid, Master in Commerce and International Economic Relations from the Universidad Europea de Madrid, Master in International Relations from the University of Limerick and Bachelor of Politics from the University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom. Visiting professor in Costa Rica, Brazil, and Turkey. He has participated in international research projects and in a World Bank project in Equatorial Guinea. Participation in academic congresses in China, Turkey, Finland, and Portugal.

Laura Juárez Postigo is a Doctor in Economics and Business from Universidad Europea de Madrid and a Bachelor of Business Administration and Management from Universidad Complutense. She has spent her  professional career in US and Spain, in the areas of marketing, communication and sales. She is currently a professor at Universidad Europea de Madrid in the master and undergrduate programs, actively collaborating in the Challenge Based Learning School.

Cesar Lajud holds a Master in Finance and Financial Markets from the Technical Institute of Monterrey, Kenshu Cente. Bachelor of Economics, Higher School of Economics, National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico. Member of the diplomatic corps of Mexico, he has directed different consular destinations around the world.

Javier Martínez Martínez is a Doctor of Mathematical Sciences from Universidad Complutense in Madrid. He has completed international exchanges at the University of Liverpool and published his results in international journals and conferences (Porto, Mumbai, Singapore ...). His area of research is algebraic geometry and topology.

Alberto Moreno Melgarejo has a degree in History from Universidad Complutense in Madrid, and postgraduate courses at several European universities, including the DES in Cultural Management at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and the Master in European Tourism Management at Bournemouth University, United Kingdom. He completed his doctorate at the Rey Juan Carlos University in Madrid with research stays at universities in Montreal and New York.

Jesús Muñoz Sepúlveda is a Doctor in Economics from Universidad Complutense in Madrid. Master in Economics from Universidad Complutense. Degree in Economics from Universidad Complutense. He is currently a professor in the Department of Economics and Business at Universidad Europea Madrid. He is also an associate professor at CIS-Endicott International. Throughout his career, he has participated in various congresses and research projects at national and international level.

Graciela Rico Pérez is a Sociologist from the University of Alicante with a Master in International Cooperation and Development from Universidad Complutense, Madrid. PhD in Social Sciences in Latin America from the Ortega y Gasset University Institute and PhD in International Relations from Universidad Europea. Her professional career includes working at Caritas and in international organizations such as the Entreculturas Foundation and Action Against Hunger.

Almudena Rodríguez Tarodo has 25 years of experience holding international management positions in the areas of Communication, Marketing and Human Resources of IBEX 35 companies. Visiting Lecturer at University of the Pacific (California). University Professor and Business Coach. Regular speaker at international business schools and forums: EFMD ECLF, ASTD, IE, ESCP, ESADE INCAE, ICADE.

César Antonio San Juan Pajares holds a degree in Economic Sciences (UCM, 1992) and a PhD in Financial Economics (UCM, 2002). Since 1995 he has taught at Universidad Europea in the area of Finance and Accounting in undergraduate, master and doctorate programs. Participates in international courses in Costa Rica, Honduras, Panama, Mexico, Chile, Ecuador, Finland, Portugal and Estonia. Financial advisor of Collective Investment Institutions and financial expert.

Eli Merlin Seidel Luvizoto is an Industrial and Systems Engineer from UNITEC-Tegucigalpa. Executive MBA. He is Operations Manager of RECECO and has worked as Operations Manager in Honduras.

Susana Sousa Santos is a Doctor in Economic and Business Administration (UCM). She has developed her professional career in securities agencies and investment banking and has extensive teaching experience. She has completed international exchanges at Haas School of Business (Berkeley, USA), Harvard University (Cambridge, USA) and London School of Economics (UK). Her main areas of research include value creation and educational innovation.

Other faculty members on this degree program include: Antonio Jesús Pinto, María Elena Gil, Leticia Flórez-Estrada, Luis Lacalle, Hután Hejazi, Jesús Alfonso Soto, Javier Camacho, Ted Liu Huang,  Guillermo Rocafort Pérez y Graciela Rico.

Quality Guarantee

Academic Quality

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Internal Quality Guarantee System

Universidad Europea has designed its System of Internal Assurance of Quality in accordance with the guidelines of the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA), as a structural basis to ensure the quality of the new official qualifications according to the quality guidelines of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and the Organic Law 4/2007, of 12 of April, by which modifies the Organic Law 6/2001, of 21 December, of Universities.

Quality Guarantee – further information.

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Title Mobility Offer

As part of this program, you will take part in two international exchanges at universities abroad, in your third and fourth year. These are the options you can choose from: 

  • UC Berkeley (USA)
  • McGill University (Canada)
  • Pace University (USA)
  • Heriot-Watt University (UK). 
  • Hunan International Economics University (China)
  • San Diego State University (USA)
  • Appalachian State University (USA)
  • State University of New York at Oswego (USA)
  • Carleton University (USA)
  • Red Erasmus.

University Regulations

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Complaints and suggestions system

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Learning Goals

Basic Aims

While studying this degree, students will develop the following skills: 

  • CB1: That students have demonstrated to possess and understand knowledge in an area of study that is based on general secondary education, and is usually found at a level that, although supported by advanced textbooks, also includes some aspects that imply knowledge coming from the forefront of their field of study.
  • CB2: That the students know how to apply their knowledge to their work or vocation in a professional way and possess the skills that are usually demonstrated through the elaboration and defense of arguments and the resolution of problems within their area of study.
  • CB3: That students have the ability to collect and interpret relevant data (usually within their area of study) to make judgments that include a reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical issues.
  • CB4: That students can transmit information, ideas, problems and solutions to both a specialized and non-specialized audience.
  • CB5: That the students have developed those learning skills necessary to undertake further studies with a high degree of autonomy.

Transversal Skills

Students are expected to develop the following transversal skills on this program:

  • CT1: Autonomous Learning: Ability to choose the strategies, tools and moments that you consider most effective to learn and put into practice independently what you have learned.
  • CT2: Self-confidence: Ability to assess our own results, performance and capabilities with the internal conviction that we are capable of doing things and the challenges we face.
  • CT3: Ability to adapt to new situations: to be able to assess and understand different positions, adapting one's own approach as the situation requires.
  • CT4: Capacity for analysis: being able to break down complex situations into its constituent parts; evaluate other alternatives and perspectives to find optimal solutions. 
  • CT5: Ability to apply knowledge to practice, to use knowledge acquired in academia in situations as similar as possible to the reality of the profession for which they are being trained.
  • CT6: Oral communication / written communication: ability to transmit and receive data, ideas, opinions and attitudes to achieve understanding and action, being oral that which is done through words and gestures and, written, through writing and / or graphic support.
  • CT7: Awareness of ethical values: Ability to think and act according to universal principles based on the value of the person who are directed to their full development and that entails the commitment to certain social values.
  • CT8: Information management: Ability to search, select, analyze and integrate information from diverse sources.
  • CT9: Skills in interpersonal relationships: Ability to relate positively to other people through verbal and nonverbal means, through assertive communication, the ability to express or transmit what you want, and what you think.
  • CT10: Initiative and entrepreneurial spirit: Ability to undertake difficult or random actions with resolution. Ability to anticipate problems, propose improvements and persevere in their achievement. Preference for assuming and carrying out activities.
  • CT11: Planning and time management: Ability to set goals and choose the means to achieve those goals using time and resources effectively.
  • CT12: Critical reasoning: Ability to analyze an idea, phenomenon or situation from different perspectives.
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  • CT13: Problem solving: Ability to find a solution to a confusing issue or a complicated situation without a predefined solution, which makes it difficult to achieve an end.
  • CT14: Innovation-Creativity: Ability to propose and develop new and original solutions that add value to problems posed, even in areas other than the problem itself.
  • CT15: Responsibility: Ability to fulfill the commitments reached by the person with himself and with others when performing a task and trying to achieve a set of objectives within the learning process. Existing capacity in every subject to recognize and accept the consequences of a freely done fact.
  • CT16: Decision making: Ability to make a choice between existing alternatives or ways to effectively solve different situations or problems.
  • CT17: Teamwork: Ability to integrate and collaborate actively with other people, areas and / or organizations to achieve common goals.
  • CT18: Use of information and communications technologies (ICT): Ability to effectively use information and communications technologies as a tool for the search, processing and storage of information, as well as for the development of communication skills.

Specific Skills

  • CE1. Ability to evaluate and critically analyze phenomena that affect the social and political environment in different international scenarios.
  • CE2: Ability to define, design, explain and apply the international business process and the different phases that comprise it: planning, organization, management and control.
  • CE.3.- Ability to analyze the role of international organizations today as well as the role and scope of the influence of international cooperation agencies and organizations.
  • CE.4.- Ability to identify and analyze the economic aspects of globalization linked to: internationalization of companies, foreign trade, and global economy.
  • CE.5.- Ability to communicate effectively in two languages, at a general level and specifically in the professional field of international business.
  • CE.6.- Ability to assimilate and take into account in the decision-making process the socio-economic reality of the different geopolitical, geo-economic and socio-cultural areas, as well as their particularities.
  • CE.7.- Ability to use the management tools available in the area of marketing and commercial management, in international business fields.
  • CE.8.- Ability to use the management tools available in the area of administration and finance in international business fields.
  • CE.9.- Ability to use human resources management tools in international business fields.
  • CE.10.- Ability to use the tools available in the area of production management including planning, sales forecasting, inventory management and quality control of the production process.
  • CE.11.- Ability to analyze and evaluate macroeconomic information in new competitive environments for strategic business decision making.
  • CE.12.- Ability to understand and evaluate the legal framework for strategic business decision making in new competitive environments.
  • CE.13.- Ability to analyze and evaluate, in international social environments, new competitive markets for strategic business decision making.
  • CE. 14.- Ability to adapt to new trends and business practices including the application of corporate social responsibility policies in the international arena.
  • CE. 15.- Ability to perform market analysis prior to decisions of international expansion and business growth. 
  • CE. 16.- Ability to select the best strategic, marketing and commercial planning alternative, to be applied in the markets and companies in which the activity takes place, in globalized and interdependent environments.
  • CE.17.- Ability to select the best alternative of financial planning and operations to be applied in the markets and companies in which the activity takes place, in globalized and interdependent environments.
  • CE.18.- Ability to select the best alternative for human resources planning and people management to apply in each market and company in an environment of growing interconnection and dependence between countries.
  • CE.19.- Ability to understand and integrate professionally in the different economic, organizational and hierarchical structures of multinational companies, knowing their positions and the functions of each manager and department.
  • CE. 20.- Ability to use the mathematical tools necessary for the resolution of economic problems and the use of the basic methods of calculation, algebra and programming.
  • CE. 21.- Ability to interpret the accounting and financial information prepared in different countries, the adjustments and the economic effects of different accounting alternatives, as well as the adjustments to obtain the information according to international financial reporting standards.
  • CE. 22.- Ability to integrate into different international environments, adapting and adapting the business model to other geopolitical and cultural contexts
  • CE. 23.- Ethical behavior in business respecting human rights and the impact of productive activities on the environment both in the country of origin and in the different markets in which it operates.
  • CE. 24.– Ability to recognize technological and innovation strategies, as well as technological analysis tools and technological capabilities of the company.
  • CE. 25.- Ability to apply the new trends in business administration: knowledge management, innovation management, etc., which allow it to achieve greater professional development and business success.
  • CE. 26.- Ability to integrate the different budgets of the company and relate it to the technical and economic standard costs and analysis of deviations.
  • CE. 27.- Ability to use the tools and criteria

Members of the quality guarantee committee

This committee is formed of:

  • Vice Dean of the Subject Area.
  • Degree Coordinator.
  • Academic coordinator.
  • International Coordinator.
  • Internship Coordinator.
  • Dissertation Coordinator.
  • Representative of the quality department (Qpartner).
  • Faculty member
  • One or more students.

Documentation

Link to RUCT (Ministry for Science, Innovation and Universities) 

Please click here for more information (in Spanish)

Price and advantages Global Bachelor’s Degree in International Business

1.368€/month

10 Monthly payments

1.200€ Reservation fee

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WHY STUDY INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AT UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE MADRID?

  • You will complete two international placements that will be able to choose in your third year from more than 100 destinations thanks to the agreements we have with the best universities in Europe, North America and Asia. In your fourth year, as a student of the Degree in International Business, you will study in exclusive destinations for our Global students such as Heriot-Watt University (UK), McGill University (Canada) or UC Berkeley (USA) –three of the most prestigious universities in the world– and be able to complete your professional internship in these countries.
  • With our methodology, Learning Based School, you will apply the knowledge you have learned to real cases or assumptions throughout your studies. You will use different laboratories such as the Consulting Lab or the International Relations Observatory and collaborate with students from other areas; just as you will in a company with colleagues from other departments.
  • You will use simulators like Thomson Reuters’ Eikon in class for analysis, research and financial simulation in the area of international business. In addition, we will help you to prepare so that you can obtain certification for this tool commonly used in the financial market.
  • You will study an ambitious program to become a global professional capable of holding a business position in any country and under any socioeconomic environment. You will gain a work profile with a great capacity for management and leadership, an integral vision of the company and an international perspective.
  • You will be connected to a professional reality from day one: curriculum designed in collaboration with the company; faculty made up of practicing professors in banking, business or international trade; and compulsory internships that allow you to live and learn about the profession.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES of the International Business Degree

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Admission process

1. Documentation

To begin your admission process, the first thing to do is book your appointment online or by calling 91 740 72 72.

  • Selectividad card showing eligibility status
  • Two photocopies of your ID
  • Academic record file transfer 
  • Proof of payment of the Admission fee before or on the date of appointment

2.  What does the admissions test consist of?

  • Skills and abilities test
  • General knowledge test
  • Language assessment test
  • Personal interview

When will you know you’ve been accepted?

You’ll find out the result of the admissions test via an admissions letter that you’ll receive by email. If you have any doubts or queries, you can contact our Admissions Department for New Students at ads@universidadeuropea.es

3. Reserve your place

Along with the admissions letter, you will receive an envelope with information about official registration. It is recommended that in order to reserve your place, you should respond within 7 days of receiving the letter.

4. Registration

All students joining the Universidad Europea for the first time, wanting to study a degree, must open a file with the university, prior to registration. The Department of Admission for New Students will provide the candidate with all the documentation and forms to complete their registration.

Convalidations and transfers

You don’t have to carry on doing something you don’t want to. For this reason, we have designed specific convalidation and university transfer plan. If you want to know your personalized plan, as quickly and easily as possible, send us an email to convalidaciones@universidadeuropea.es along with the following documentation:

  • Personal academic certificate of the original degree.
  • Study plan sealed by the Secretariat of the center of origin.
  • The academic program of the subjects studied and/or enrolled in the original degree.
  • Officially translated degree certificate (only in the case of foreign graduates)

In case of requesting recognition for professional experience, you will be required to provide;

  • Work life certificate
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Company certificate, only in those cases where it is necessary to prove the functions performed in the company, or in cases of students with international professional experience who cannot provide a work-life certificate.

For any questions, you can contact our advisers by calling 91 834 34 35.

Scholarships and grants program

We’re here to help. If you want to study at Universidad Europea, you have a number of internal and official scholarship options to apply for. In addition, we provide comprehensive Financing and Discount options

Professional practices

Internships in companies are a key element in your education. Acquiring experience and putting into practice what you have learned on your degree is the best way to enter the labor market. There are two types of internship, curricular (which are included as part of your program) and extracurricular (which you can do on a voluntary basis).

In order to carry out an internship in a company, you’ll need to have passed 50% of your credits and register before you start the internship. Both the company and a professor on your course will monitor your progress on the internship as well as providing an evaluation at the half way mark and upon completion. 

If you want to gain extra work experience before finalizing your university studies, you are welcome to carry out extracurricular internships. You can carry them out in whichever year of your studies you choose but we remind you that internships are formative and should complement your studies. The more theoretical knowledge you have acquired throughout your degree, the more you will benefit from the internships.