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Modern Languages and Management

Curriculum

Your training - Languages

A Bilingual Degree

The 240 ECTS credits envisaged in the degree studies are distributed in core, compulsory and elective courses, internships and Undergraduate Final Year Project. We combine subjects in Spanish, English, Basque and a fourth foreign language (French, German, Chinese or Arabic). In addition to the subjects for each of the languages, you can also choose subjects taught in English and Basque. You can see the language in which each subject is taught on the course syllabus.

Entry level

  • Spanish and Basque: B2
  • English: B1

Level acquired at the end of your studies

  • Spanish, Basque and English: C1-C2
    The fourth language will depend on the language choice
  • French or German: A2-B1
  • Chinese or Arabic: A2-B1 

Exemption from the Basque language: Students from outside the Basque Country, or those who request so for duly justified reasons, may have the Basque language ECTS credits replaced with the same number of credits in a General Introduction to that language and culture.

Languages + business management

1st and 2nd years: You will develop your language skills in Spanish, English and Basque and will start learning a second foreign language (French, German, Chinese or Arabic). You will combine foreign language skills and competences such as text production or use of several communication formats and means.

In 2nd and 3rd years: You can take part in the international programme.

In 3rd and 4th years: You will study more in depth overall business operation and areas and will learn the key aspects of foreign trade practice. In addition to the field of management, you will develop business organisation skills and techniques to improve the working environment and promote motivation or the organisation of available resources and team management. In 4th year, students apply the acquired knowledge during an internship in companies and institutions and the emphasis is on the Undergraduate Final Year Project.

 

Curriculum

Your training - Languages

A Bilingual Degree

The 240 ECTS credits envisaged in the degree studies are distributed in core, compulsory and elective courses, internships and Undergraduate Final Year Project. We combine subjects in Spanish, English, Basque and a fourth foreign language (French, German, Chinese or Arabic). In addition to the subjects for each of the languages, you can also choose subjects taught in English and Basque. You can see the language in which each subject is taught on the course syllabus.

Entry level

  • Spanish and Basque: B2
  • English: B1

Level acquired at the end of your studies

  • Spanish, Basque and English: C1-C2
    The fourth language will depend on the language choice
  • French or German: A2-B1
  • Chinese or Arabic: A2-B1 

Exemption from the Basque language: Students from outside the Basque Country, or those who request so for duly justified reasons, may have the Basque language ECTS credits replaced with the same number of credits in a General Introduction to that language and culture.

Languages + business management

1st and 2nd years: You will develop your language skills in Spanish, English and Basque and will start learning a second foreign language (French, German, Chinese or Arabic). You will combine foreign language skills and competences such as text production or use of several communication formats and means.

In 2nd and 3rd years: You can take part in the international programme.

In 3rd and 4th years: You will study more in depth overall business operation and areas and will learn the key aspects of foreign trade practice. In addition to the field of management, you will develop business organisation skills and techniques to improve the working environment and promote motivation or the organisation of available resources and team management. In 4th year, students apply the acquired knowledge during an internship in companies and institutions and the emphasis is on the Undergraduate Final Year Project.