University Master's degree in International Markets
The aim of the Master's Degree is to respond to two types of training demands. On the one hand, it aims to train professionals who combine analytical skills and practical knowledge in the field of international markets. At the same time, they acquire leadership skills. Thus, students complement their theoretical learning with practical strategies related to internationalisation and / or innovation, international financial markets operating rules and technical analyses of the international situation.
On the other hand, those candidates who chose to specialise in Investigation acquire the proper knowledge and skills to prepare a doctoral thesis in the field of the economy, especially in topics related to international economic relations and public policy in this area with an emphasis on advanced quantitative techniques. This means going in depth with the different phases of the process of scientific research, from advanced search and data processing to be publications in scientific journals of research results.
|University Master's Degree in International Markets|
|Duration||60 ECTS credits|
|Timetable||From Monday to Friday from 15.00h to 19.00h|
|Mobility||Mobility is voluntary. The Faculty of Business and Economics has 91 mobility agreements with several universities including the following:
Internships are optional and enable the student to gain 225 hours of experience working in a company or institution. Internships option is worth 9 ECTS credits.
|Language of instruction||English (100%)|
|Associated doctoral programme||Economics and Business|
|Course dates||Classes are held from end October to June. Assessment ends in July.|
|Master’s degree website||Master's Degree in International Markets|
|Academic coordinator||Dra. Maria Victoria Soldevila Lafon|
|Social networks||Facebook of the Faculty of Business and Economics|
|Specific grants for this master's degree||Collaboration Grants for Learning teaching and research of the Department of Economy|