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Master in Management

Introduction

Who is the Master’s aimed at?

Admission requirements

  • Applicants require an official university degree that entitles the holder access to postgraduate studies in the country of origin. Those who are studying the final year of a degree may also request access to the Master’s, in which case any definitive offer will be conditional upon the successful completion of their undergraduate studies.
  • The Master’s is intended for people who have not previously completed a degree in business management and administration. The admission of those with prior degrees in business management will only be considered in specific cases and after a solidly argued request by the candidate that sets out the reasons why they are interested in studying the Master’s and what benefits they believe it will bring. An example of this situation would be a person who has studied in educational systems outside Spain.
  • Participants whose mother tongue is other than Spanish will be required to have at least a B2 Spanish level, although a higher level is recommended to achieve good performance on the master’s course.

Students' profile

The Master’s in Management is aimed at:

  • Graduates who do not possess previous professional experience; and especially those whose training has been in disciplines other than business management and administration.
  • The Master’s is also suitable for people whose training has taken place in countries other than Spain, or that meet conditions making their admission to the programme advisable.  

These will usually be people who are found in any one of the following circumstances:

  • Needing training in business management in order to qualify for positions unrelated to their previous training or to extend their range of careers choices;
  • Have experience in the business world, but feel the need to obtain tools, criteria and an overview of current business and to rejoin the labour market better equipped to take on more responsibility.


Entry requirements for the Master's in Management

Graduates profile for the Master's in Management

Heterogeneous groups

In recent years the Master’s has included people of many different nationalities, with very varied previous training experiences covering law, engineering, economics, sociology, accounting, science, psychology, medicine, architecture, humanities...

Such heterogeneity has acted to enhance teamwork activity: each team unites the maximum possible variety in terms of the characteristics of its components.

However, it is a small group as we intend to keep the size of each graduating class to 15 to 20 people.

Perfil del máster en dirección de empresas
Geographic Origins Prior work experience Languages spoken Age
- Spain : 53%
- America: 32%
- Europe & others: 15%

 
- None of less than 1 year: 57%
- 1 - 3 years: 18%
- > 3 years: 25%
- 2 languages: 47%
- 3 languages: 36%
- 4 or more: 17%
 
- 22 -23 years: 28%
- 24-25 years: 33%
- >26 years: 39%

*This data corresponds to the most recent graduations.

Introduction

Who is the Master’s aimed at?

Admission requirements

  • Applicants require an official university degree that entitles the holder access to postgraduate studies in the country of origin. Those who are studying the final year of a degree may also request access to the Master’s, in which case any definitive offer will be conditional upon the successful completion of their undergraduate studies.
  • The Master’s is intended for people who have not previously completed a degree in business management and administration. The admission of those with prior degrees in business management will only be considered in specific cases and after a solidly argued request by the candidate that sets out the reasons why they are interested in studying the Master’s and what benefits they believe it will bring. An example of this situation would be a person who has studied in educational systems outside Spain.
  • Participants whose mother tongue is other than Spanish will be required to have at least a B2 Spanish level, although a higher level is recommended to achieve good performance on the master’s course.

Students' profile

The Master’s in Management is aimed at:

  • Graduates who do not possess previous professional experience; and especially those whose training has been in disciplines other than business management and administration.
  • The Master’s is also suitable for people whose training has taken place in countries other than Spain, or that meet conditions making their admission to the programme advisable.  

These will usually be people who are found in any one of the following circumstances:

  • Needing training in business management in order to qualify for positions unrelated to their previous training or to extend their range of careers choices;
  • Have experience in the business world, but feel the need to obtain tools, criteria and an overview of current business and to rejoin the labour market better equipped to take on more responsibility.


Entry requirements for the Master's in Management

Graduates profile for the Master's in Management

Heterogeneous groups

In recent years the Master’s has included people of many different nationalities, with very varied previous training experiences covering law, engineering, economics, sociology, accounting, science, psychology, medicine, architecture, humanities...

Such heterogeneity has acted to enhance teamwork activity: each team unites the maximum possible variety in terms of the characteristics of its components.

However, it is a small group as we intend to keep the size of each graduating class to 15 to 20 people.

Perfil del máster en dirección de empresas
Geographic Origins Prior work experience Languages spoken Age
- Spain : 53%
- America: 32%
- Europe & others: 15%

 
- None of less than 1 year: 57%
- 1 - 3 years: 18%
- > 3 years: 25%
- 2 languages: 47%
- 3 languages: 36%
- 4 or more: 17%
 
- 22 -23 years: 28%
- 24-25 years: 33%
- >26 years: 39%

*This data corresponds to the most recent graduations.